Ok, I have a spreadsheet that I use to track the majority of my work throughout the day. I have about 10 columns that I use for my own information, and about 4 of them that my colleagues need updates on. I have one sheet "worktracking" and another sheet "printable." Printable has just the 4 columns of info that my colleagues might need, formatted in a way that prints out nicely. Each column in "printable" references a column in "work tracking" like this
Now the problem that I'm running into is that I routinely delete rows from the "worktracking" sheet, which results in a reference error on the "printable" sheet. I am wondering if there is a way to rework it, such that when I delete a row from "worktracking," then "printable" just does the same, and only retains rows that have data in them...
I have a userForm (Form1) that contains a persons name that I would like to reference in a separate UserForm (Form2). In the separate UserForm (Form2) I need to reference this persons name many times, so I was wondering if there was a was to declare this name in the separate UserForm (Form2) as a constant. Only thing is that a constant, to the best of my knowledge, must be an expression and not a variable. Mainly, I'm trying to avoid declaring the myName variable in each Sub within Form2, which it will be needed for a ton of Sub's.
Code for Form2: Const myName As String = Form1.txtName.Value
I copied the sheet and redid the format. I renamed the original dashboard sheet from count to "keep" and named the copy after the original "count" Everything still works great - until i either hide or delete the original count which is now named "keep". I get an error at the red colored line below ".publish false".
Sheet 1 = sheet with formulas/functions for data analysis Sheet 2 = sheet with table
I am trying to reference a column in the table on sheet 2 from sheet 1. Specifically, I am trying to set up Data Validation that will create a list of unique values from a column in the table. I tried:
There is a space in the header name of the column. but I was unable to get the validation to work even with columns that have just a single word name.
I need assistance referencing cells in other sheets. I have a summary tab which I would have each refenced sheet listed (named for the activity being billed). In a separate cell in the summary tab, I want to bring back the value of the total amount billed for that activity. The total value is in the same cell of each sheet, as all invoice tabs needing to be referenced are identical in layout.
There is one hitch to this, the sheets referenced have not yet been created (that would be too too easy), and the activity list in the summary sheet has place holder names that will change when the activity being billed is defined (hence prompting the biller to create the sheet to be referenced).
I am trying to reference a list of numbers in a sheet from another sheet. the problem is that whenever i try to copy and paste the formula it doesn't go to the next number in the ist it goes to the corresponding row. i.e. ='number'!H2 is in row 1 when copied down to row 32 i need it to become ='number'!H3 but instead it becomes ='number'!H33. I also need it to go across; however that was solved by making it ='number'!$H2 but i still cant figure out how to progress the row 1 at a time.
I have a quick question that'll hopefully have a quick answer. Part of my workbook requires an input box to appear. When you type the name of one of the worksheets into the box and hit enter I want a VLOOKUP formula I've written to compare to that worksheet. Heres what I mean, with some descriptions of what i would like:
I have a workbook that has a number of sheets with various project stages and dates on them. These details are arranged in small tables displayed vertically down the page. Each worksheet's name is the project code - e.g. 30033_99
I have now been asked to create an overview page that displays all these stages and dates on one page. What I'm trying to do is get Excel to look at the column with the project code and then pull information from the worksheet with that name.
I'd like for users to click in a cell in col A in a sheet named "Period7", have the cell value placed in cell C11 in a sheet named "Per7Report," and change the focus or active sheet to sheet Per7Report.
Can this be done simply by clicking in a cell, or must a command button be inserted into each cell (note - odd rows only) in col A in Period7.
on the code to do this?
Note that there is a formula in col A in sheet Period7
I have this MAXIF array function that I am trying to use but I need it to reference the Last Row and not the absolute refererence. I am a novice at VBA. The first max if array is the one with my effort to try and get the last row. It doesnt work. The second one works but references the cell.
After a formula to copy the contents of a cell in the previous sheet in a workbook, so that if I was to copy the last sheet in a workbook the formula would automatically reference the cell from the copied worksheet and so on if I copied tht one.
Hope this makes sense I have a lot of formulas referencing the previous sheet and everytime I copy this sheet to create a new sheet I have to change the sheet number in the formulas.
eg, in sheet 8 this formula get info from sheet 7 cel J30 ='7'!J30 when i copy the sheet to create a new one (Sheet 9) I would like the new formula to automatically be ='8'!J30.
I have a challenge I'm trying to surmount. I have an excel sheet in which I want to be able to select Zone codes from a drop down, click on a link "search" which takes me to a place in the document that has been named according to the Zone code i pick in the drop-down. I want to achieve this using only formulas as i'm distributing the file to a wide audience who are not versed enough with computers to know how to enable macros.
I have multiple sheets with the names Payrolldata_Companyname (the company name is different for each sheet)
On a sheet called EmailList i have a list of the company names. Part of my macro is giving the cell containing the company im working on a Named Range of CompanyName. For example i might have company in the list called ExcelForum, which is in Cell A12. Cell A12 has been named CompanyName.
I want my macro to select the Sheet called PayrollData_ExcelForum, by getting the ExcelForum part of the sheet name by referencing the Range CompanyName.
I have a simple function that pulls in a single cell value, one per row, stores it in a property of a custom type, and then does a little more processing based on the value.
The custom type is GR, the property is CGID.
Code: With Worksheets("Sheet1") GR.CGID = UCase$(Trim$(.Range("CGID")(rw).Text)) End With
It runs fine with no noticeable performance changes up to around 10,000 records, but beyond that, it gets progressively slower and slower and slower until, at about the 20,000 record mark, it's processing at about 1/10 the speed it started at! (100 recs/sec instead of 1000+)
For testing purposes, all the cell values are the same, and are a small string value.
I know that hitting the sheet from VBA is time-intensive itself, so of course it makes sense that if I had two calls to the sheet, it would take twice as long to run the function as if I have just one. But this issue where the processing speed decreases as time goes on leads me to think there's some kind of garbage collection or memory allocation problem that I hope can be solved.
I am trying to debug the above line of code (moNum is just a variable the tells me how many months to extend the range to the right inorder to get year to date sums).
I have gotten to the point that it will run error free if "Revenue" is the Active worksheet when I run the line, but if I am on any other sheet it throws an "Run=time '1004' Application-defined or object-defined error" error. And if I change the range from cell notation to Column-Row, the issue goes away as well.
I have a set of worksheets (Sheet31 through Sheet49 by codename) produced by a machine in the lab. I want to create a summary sheet that references cells in those worksheets.
Rather than go through the annoyance of doing this manually 40+ times I'm working on creating a macro to populate the summary sheet for me.
This is what I have so far
For J = 31 To 49 ResultSht = SheetJ.Name Sheet1.Activate ActiveSheet.Range("A4").End(xlDown).Offset(1, 0).Select
It hangs up on the "SheetJ.Name" however. My objective is to be using the object SheetJ, where the object SheetJ is the codename of the results sheet I'm trying to reference (for example, in the first pass through the loop it would be Sheet31). Could someone point out my mistake in this object reference?
I have a template i'm making that is full of formula references to sheets not yet in existance in the workbook. what i want to happen is this: My code imports data files, renames the tabs to 1, 2, 3, 4... The formulas i already have are set in the CONCATENATED tab.... an example of such a formula is: ='1'!$P2.
so this should work, and yet it doesn't. the sheet is imported as it should be, the tab is renamed to 1, and yet the CONCATENATED sheet still shows #REF for the cell value. if i click in the cell, click in the text bar and enter out, the formula updates. there apparently is no option that i KNOW OF (although i'm sure there is something out there that does...) that will update this without me entering into the text bar and entering out.
Question: how do i manually update all references once the sheets to those references have been imported?