I want to put an Excel workbook to pdf format and print it out at the click of a button located in the book. However, when I try to record the macro to get a feel for how to control pdf with Excel, I get a pdf file but no printout and no code to veiw!
Converting excel files into fully functional standalone and interactive web applications/dashboards? I have only worked with spreadhseetconverter before it converts excel files into interactive calculators but lacks the features which are available in the standard dashboards like gauges and widgets and the rest because it only converts the standard excel charts. I wonder if you have encountered a product which can converts excel files into fully functional interactive dashboards?
I have a notepad file that contains data. We need to convert the notepad file into excel and then segregate the data after conversion. Segregation point would be the point where in we can find keyword “Summary”. We need to create a macro that finds the occurrence of summary keyword. Then from the beginning till that summary point cut the entire data and paste in other worksheet. Name the worksheet as “Receivables” or “Payables” or “Fee Payable” depending what type of data that summary contains.
After creating different worksheets we need to format the worksheet in specific format. For example: I have attached the “Recon1” XL file attached. Under Recon1 – “RECEIVABLES 1” contains the as is data converted from notepad. Later we need to modify the same data using macro as specified in “RECEIVABLES 2” and then as per the format available in “RECEIVABLES 3”.
Every day I create many Excel reports that I manually save as PDFs for distribution to my stakeholders. I'd like to automate this process using a macro. I've seen the following code online and have attempted to use it, but receive an error in the Dim MyPDF line of code indicating that the user-defined type is not defined.
I'm using Excel 2003 and Acrobat Distiller 8. I have no problem creating PDFs manually
Code: Sub Create_PDF() Dim tempPDFFileName As String Dim tempPSFileName As String Dim tempPDFRawFileName As String
I am having a challenge at work. We have a client that emailed us an PDF file with addresses. There are over 200 pages and each page has 30 addresses (3 coloumns and 10 rows). When I try to copy and paste the addresses into excel, the addresses are all next to eachother and are pasted into excel as you would see an address on an envelope. But I need the parts of each address in a seperate column.
For example column 1: name of company; column 2: name of recipient; column 3: address, column 4: city; column 5: state; column 6: zip
I have a technician who sits a desk over, has the same brand of computer running the same Windows 7 and the same Excel 2010, but when he opens a particular file the page layout or print area seems to change so that the sheet is partially cut off. All his options appear the same. I can open this file on other computers and it seems to be fine...
I notice that the Margins under Custom Margins are different and this would explain the problem but not why it occurs. It's a file I created and saved and he opened. Why would the margins change? Is this one of the Microsoft cross platform / program deals where if he changes the print set-up or page layout in WORD for example, it changes them in EXCEL?
I need a VBA code to create a Text file which should be in the form of DML (my scenario is to get Insert Statements for the Data available in the Excel) from Excel Sheet. And this has to be done by assigning a macro to command button where by clicking on it the DML text file should be generated. Even the syntax for the scenario will do.
Since upgrading to Windows 2007 (I was already using Excel 2007) I am having issues with the content in the cells on the worksheet not appearing the same on Print Preview and when I print. On the worksheet the cell show to be at the best fit both horizontally and vertically. When I look at the contents under print preview, the contents are squashed from the top and cut off from the left. This happens whether I have the format in Top or Central align and is even worse if I use Bottom align. It is also somewhat worse if I have thickened boarders.
Using Excel 2010: I have 2 rows (A4:J4 & A5:J5) selected as print titles that I would like to be printed at the top of selected pages. Currently, my document is 3 pages long, and I would like to have the print titles only applied to the first 2 pages. More data will be added in the future on pages 1&2 but the last page (whatever page number it ends up being) should not contain the selected print titles.
I want macro which export each excel column to new text file. The data in excel file is number. The column has only 5 rows that means each new text file should contain five lines of one column. It looks simple but couldn't manage to do macro for it. I have very big data set in one excel file, and have to be splitted into text files. The file name in new text files can be any kind as long as it can be in some sort of order for each export.
how to word it but if someone understands then please help. I have two excel data files namely Book1.xls & Book2.xls. Both files have different data in it. Both files contain macros. When these macros run the files become **FINALIZED** version.
Originally, I get the above files in my email as txt. attachments. I then move these two txt files to my desktop in a folder called Folder-1. Then I open these files as an Excel and save them.
Basically, I need to know if two txt files are sitting in a folder-1 on my desktop. What can I do or what can I clik that....those two text files get converted into excel automatically, including running that macro I talked about in the above paragrah.
To put it differently, if I have two txt files Book1.txt, Book2.txt in a folder, how can I automatically create an excel **FINALIZED**version which sits right next to their txt version.
VBA coding for automatically saving an excel file as another file using the current date as part of the file name together with "32ga" as a constant add-in. I also what this macro to run at a particular time of the day let say 00:20hrs. The excel file i want to save as is always open . It has data that changes every 24-hrs.
I have this invoice spreasheet and I would like to when I excecute a macro to print, I would also like to use a PDFwritter to automaticly save/print the pdf file to a location and to ad the invoice number to the name like.
INV"current invoice here".
Bellow is the code I currently have. I am pretty sure this was done as I have some invoices saved but now it doesn't work.
Code: Sub Check_Info() If Range("AR1") = Empty Then MsgBox "No Customer selected!", vbInformation, "Customer..." Range("AR1").Select
Which created postscript files from Excel. I used to run this code while logged on as my predecessor, becuase only she had write permissions on the relevant file (C:Example). However, her account has now been deleted from the system - I have reset the permissions on the folder so that I can write to it, but the PostScript files created do not work - I get the error message that the file is corrupted and cannot be opened, or that there is a syntax error. The files used to work fine when logged in as my predecessor - could it be that? I have also tried to run the code on a different machine/on a different excel file and the problem still occurs.
I have this data below in an excel worksheet. I'm using the ws.Cells(x,x).Value command to read values from the cells an print them out to a .prn fixed width file. However when it writes it to the .prn file my numeric fields don't have are not 0.00 but 0. And also the numeric fields are left justified I would like them right justified in the .prn file.
Excel Spreadsheet values
My output to .prn file looks like below:
1.135.1 02/29/12 0 0 1.135.1 02/29/12 0 0
I would like my output to .prn file to look like the following:
Instead of me saving a blank text file in the folder where the workbook resides, I would like it incorporated in the macro if possible. The name of the text file would be the value (string?) in cell B5.
Dim txt As String, r As Range Dim Answer As String, MyNote As String MyNote = "Do you have an empty text file ready in the" & vbCrLf & _ "folder where this workbook resides?" & vbCrLf & _ "This text file needs to be named" & vbCrLf & _ "ABCD.TXT"..........................................................................
I am trying to create a macro that opens a .pdf with the name of the pdf equal to a cell value. For a simple example: Cell "A1" contains the text "distinct" and I want the file prexisting file "C:distinct.pdf" to open when the macro is ran.