Copy/Paste Range(s) Without Activating/selecting Range(s)
Oct 2, 2008
To initialize some cells/ranges, I am copying a given range and pasting it to another given range using the. Copy and .PaseSpecial methods. However, it would seem that both methods actually select the range(s) for the operations, i.e. the given ranges(s) are activated/selected thus changing the focus on the spreadsheet. I would like to perform both operations without actually selecting the given ranges.
I know there is a simple answer for this, and I did a search but could not find what I am looking for. I am comparing two different workbooks. I loop through the first workbook (oldfile) and then find the corresponding value on the other file. I find the corresponding value using
With Worksheets(1). Range("b2:b" & blah) Set c = .Find(MyVar, LookIn:=xlValues)
I know the cell address of the value that was found by
firstAddress = c.Address
Now I need to offset a few columns and copy the data. If the cell address was in R1C1 format then I could do this easliy by ActiveCell.Offset(Row, col + Offset).Copy
(where row and col are given from the c.address function. But I don't know the RC value since the c.address provides the value in "A1" format. I do not want to actually go to the cell and then do an offset and copy, since it is a large spreadseet and would be slow. I don't want to do a bunch of string manipulations (unless it easy). Is there a way to have c.address output it's values in R1C1 format? Or is there a different command I could use?
Need a code using application.inputbox to get a range, then use that range to copy and paste the range's link and format to a different sheet? The specifics don't matter, I just can't figure out the syntax. Here is what I have currently:
I have the following code that let's the user choose and " import" data to an existing sheet. It works well up until now. The problem is that the three ranges that I am trying to copy the data from on workbook to another has changed size. In previous version of my workbooks the range was two columns by 10 rows. Now, it is 1 column by 10 rows. So, when I run this macro it doesn't work because the two ranges are different. Is there any way to: 1) Only copy over one of the rows of a range thus making the macro run?
2) Do not run that part of the macro if there is an error?
Thanks so much for reading this long-winded description but the error is a big problem
I have two columns of data (of varying length). The first column "A" has steadily increasing random values from about zero to 200. I would like to be able to automatically select/highlight the region with values between 50 and 100 as well the corresponding values in the adjacent "B" column.
I am receiving a 'subscript out of range' error on the lines of code below.
I would note that all variables are declared and all seem meaningful as regards what you would expect at that point.
Below is a snippet from the immediate window which indicates what the values are: completecashname C:CashDevelopmentMyFolderoutputCASH042706.xls cashsheetname Formatted Sheet cashcurrcolumn A cashfirstrow 2 cashlastrow 876
Also the workbooks are both closed at this point (but it makes no difference)
Set CashCopy = Workbooks(CompleteCashName).Sheets(CashSheetName). _ Range(CashCurrColumn & Cashfirstrow & ":K" & Cashlastrow).Value Set PelPaste = Workbooks(completepelname).Sheets(PELSheetName). _ Range((PELCurrColumn & PELlastrow)).Value
can somone tell me why the attached code will not work it works for the first range only but when others added it fails also how do you clear outline of copied cells, i used range ("D9").Select but no good.
[A20].End(xlUp) takes care of the 19th row .. how can I adjust the range to start at row 8 ?
Sub CopyBoldCells() Application.ScreenUpdating = False Dim rng As Range Range("A1:A10").Select For Each rng In Selection If rng.Font.Bold = True Then Rows("" & rng.Row & ":" & rng.Row & "").Copy Sheets("Sheet2").Select [A20].End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0).Select ActiveSheet.Paste Sheets("Sheet1").Select End If Next rng Application.ScreenUpdating = True End Sub
i facing another problem at here and do not know how to write the part of coding. it is pending for 2 weeks. i do not know how to explain so i attach the excel to explain. i hope can get any reply soon.
I have a code that copy and paste a productlist into one sheet.
Is it possible to do this for three sheets all in one operation? I have read about the grouping, but doesn't that affect the whole sheet, so if I write something in one sheets cell, it will be sent to the others at the same time?
Code: Sub CopyProductlists() 'Set **** = Worksheets("Sheet1") RAnge("B1").Select
Proficient in Excel, very new to VBA. Up against a deadline on a project that entails consolidating data from 30 + workbooks (each of which has 3-5 worksheets; layout is the same in all worksheets) into one consolidated "rollup" workbook. The inefficient way would be to move all the worksheets into one master workbook, and then link each cell to each worksheet, one-by-one. I found a few threads online with some vba code that has me "close" to what I need to accomplish, but not close enough. The code below will take each worksheet in the workbook and bring back the data in a range of rows and columns. That is not what I need. I only need to bring back SELECT cells of data (i.e. cells E5, H12, J19, etc.) - not everything in that range.
Sub CopyRangeFromMultiWorksheets() Dim sh As Worksheet Dim DestSh As Worksheet
I created the following code to copy the contents of b6 down. However, I need to modify the code to copy this formula =IF(M6=calculations!$E$34, N(B5)+1,N(B5)) down the range.
Sub copyformulas() 'copy and paste cells with formulas down. Select B6 throubh AH6 and copy the formulas down to the last employee ID. Dim lr As Long For Each SheetName In Array("All employees annualized", "All employee salary", "All employee hourly", "allmaleee", "allfemaleee", "cohort analysis", "minority", "nonminority") With Worksheets(SheetName) lr = .Cells.Find(What:="*", SearchDirection:=xlPrevious, SearchOrder:=xlByRows).Row .Range("b6:b").AutoFill Destination:=.Range("b6:b" & lr) End With end sub
I have a range A3:E70 where A3:E69 have the same formatting and the text in A70:E70 is bold. I want to copy-paste the entire range a number of times with a for ... next-loop. Actually, it's kind of a template system. I make the template A3:E70 and uses it a number of times.
I have a macro that allows me to copy the value of a dedicated cell (I4) and paste it at the start of a range (N4:S4) via a Form Button. When the cell (I4) value changes, I can run the Macro again and it will enter the new value in the next cell along in the range.
This works well across one row. What I would like to do is use this arrangement on more rows. The ranges would be directly underneath eachother.
Is there an easy way of doing it? Or will I have to write out a new Macro for every row?
I am trying to take a range ("a5:k23") of data in a sheet name Kelly and paste that data at range ("a1") in Sheet4 when the numbers change in cells "(K3") and "(J3") in the Kelly Sheet. When the numbers change, I want this to automatically paste and paste special. Since there are some conditional formats with color, I want to first Paste and then Paste Special the range of data.
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)
If Range("k3") = 1 And Range("j3") = 10 Then Range("A5:K23").Select Selection.Copy Sheets("Sheet4").Select Range("A1").Select ActiveSheet.Paste Range("A1").Select Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks _ :=False, Transpose:=False Sheets("KELLY ").Select Range("F2").Select
I found a macro that searches a column on each worksheet and copies the searched for value to another worksheet but. I would like to modify this to copy the searched for value and the next 10 cells in the row but I am not able to figure out how to accomplish this. I highlighted in red the piece I would like to modify.
For Each sh In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets With sh.range("c10:c10000") 'this determines where to search
For I = LBound(MyArr) To UBound(MyArr) 'If you use LookIn:=xlValues it will also work with a 'formula cell that evaluates to "@" 'Note : I use xlPart in this example and not xlWhole Set Rng = .Find(What:=MyArr(I), _ After:=.Cells(.Cells.Count), _ LookIn:=xlValues, _ LookAt:=xlWhole, _ SearchOrder:=xlByRows, _ SearchDirection:=xlNext, _ MatchCase:=False) If Not Rng Is Nothing Then FirstAddress = Rng.Address Do