I got a list of counties in Texas, but the list is in mixed case and always has a " County" after each one. I got it converting to upper case, and have tried removing the " County" but no luck. Below is the code I have:
Code: Sub TEXAS() For a = 1 To 254 R = "D" & a i = "a" & a ActiveSheet.Range(R) = UCase(ActiveSheet.Range(i)) Next a End Sub
I would like a user to be able to enter text into a cell in any case and have it be displayed in all capital letters (or as a "Proper" capitalization). Seems strange that >FORMAT doesn't seem to have a "case" selection.
Past threads show VB code to do this, but I don't want the user to have to click a button to change case. Could the VB code run automatically after the user hits >enter, or tab, or an ->? Is there a way to >FORMAT a cell to do this change? I know the "Upper" & "Proper" functions but it would be very clumsy to have the user enter data in cell A1 just to be displayed in capitals in cell A2.
Example: When user types "lax" in cell A1, I would like "LAX" to be displayed in cell A1.
I have created a text convertor which will convert any text into upper case or lowercase (not very complex but very handy!) Is there anyway way that when text is in uppercase and I convert it to lower case that it makes every character after a full stop in upper case
Example DAVID WAS NOT WELL. HE WENT HOME to David was not well. He went home
way to split a text line into seperate cells using upper case letter, or any letter for that matter, as delineator. A couple of sample lines would be as follows. It happens to be in upper case, but doesn't need to be, so any alphabetical letter would do, I think.....
Is it possible to make a spreadsheet so that everything that is typed into it is in CAPITALS? I have a need for that for a spreadsheet that I am using at work, but I remembered that in the title box above it only capitlaizes the first letter. I thought if it can do it with the first letter can Excel do it with all of the letters.
I am using the Find fuction to look for values in cells that contain text in both lower and upper case. I am comparing the values that I have stored in a lookup table. I am running into trouble when the lookup table doesn't match the text cells....
I would like to format a row of cells so that when a word is entered into the cell it automatically becomes a capital.
I need the word to be capitalized so that I can use it in a custom function. The function uses the word from this cell and goes through a bunch of cases in determing how to classify the string.
I think more than one solution is possible and I would greatly appreciate some feed back, I've tried looking into turning all the letters of a string in my VBA code to capitals, or a way to format the cells, so that the string is already capitalized when entered into the VBA code, but I'm still a novice at VBA and unsure on how certain commands work.
here is a sample of my vba code.
Function WeightI(Shape As String, sDim As String, dLenFt As Double) As Double Const pi As Double = 3.14159265358979 Const Ft2In As Double = 12 Const dDen As Double = 0.2835 ' density of steel, pounds per cubic inch
In column J of my Excel 2003 worksheet named: Sheet1, is a list of mailing addresses. A copy of the spreadsheet is attached. I need a macro to please capitalise (Upper-case) the second character only of all the Post Office addresses.
Po Box 65, ORLANDO, NSW 2697
All of my Post Office addresses are prefixed: Po
I need the Post Office addresses to be prefixed: PO
So, the above mentioned example should look like this: PO Box 65, ORLANDO, NSW 2697
For Each cel In Range("E6:AI15").Cells If IsError(cel.Value) Then Else Select Case UCase(cel.Value) Case "H" cel.Font.ColorIndex = 0 cel.Interior.ColorIndex = 3 Case "S" cel.Font.ColorIndex = 0 cel.Interior.ColorIndex = 10
but I want the cells to accept both upper and lower case values and format the cells accordingly ie. H or h, S or s
I have a column containing 8000 records, some of them are in upper case & rest are in proper case, is there any way wherein i can filter all records which are in upper case without using macros, i mean is it possible to do it using ISNA function ?
=upper("venkat") returns VENKAT =upper(a1) returns the text in A1 in upper case
similary lower proper will turn the first letter into uppercase
is this what you want;.
Terry <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com... > Win XP Pro > Office 2003 > > Using "Excel" and wish to select any text in a worksheet to ALTER the case > to either upper or lower. > When using "Word" it is easy via the menu. > Is there a menu driven option in Excel of using a function for this purpose.
I have cells that have 1 or 2 words in them. Is there a formula I can use that will make the 1st letter of each word Upper Case. The whole range started out all caps. I used =lower(a1) to make them all lower. Now I just need 1st letter of each word upper.
I am using the following code behind this sheet. In row 9 and column D if I put a lower case letter i want to convert it to uppercase automatically can you see what I am doing wrong.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) 'Debug.Print Target.Text & " " & Target.Value & " " & Target.Value2 Dim vVal 'If Target.Cells.Count > 1 Then Exit Sub If Intersect(Target, Range("C9:D28")) Is Nothing _ And Intersect(Target, Range("G9:H28")) Is Nothing _ And Intersect(Target, Range("K9:L28")) Is Nothing _ And Intersect(Target, Range("O9:P28")) Is Nothing _ And Intersect(Target, Range("S9:T28")) Is Nothing _ And Intersect(Target, Range("W9:X28")) Is Nothing _......
I have a series of input boxes and in one particular input box ("TypeScore") if the lower case is entered I want to convert it to upper case. Here is a small snippet of the series of input boxes. I have tried just about every suggestion I can find on this forum, but can't get it to work.
Is it possible to change and entire sheet to Upper case using the 'Upper' function?
We are need to change all the text to caps but can only seem to apply the function to one cell at a time and then copy it down for the column. This is going to be a fairly labour intensive process as we have many columns.