I was wondering if there is any way of copying multiple, entire rows if they contain todays date from one sheet into a new one. I have a sheet (sheet1) with data such as names, reasons, and also a "next in" column, which displays the date when the person returns to work. This is column G. This sheet contains all the records ever put into the workbook. I then have a sheet (sheet2) which is for the records relevant only to 'today', it has the same layout and cell amounts as sheet1.
I'm trying to find a way to copy all of the rows from sheet1 which have 'todays' date (eg =TODAY) in their cell in column G and paste it into sheet2 to form a report of who returns to work 'today'. By 'today' I mean the day which the workbook is being used on. Ideally I'd like for the macro to be applicable to a button which can be clicked by the user, although this doesn't matter too much.
1 column in my sheet is a list of dates (affectively a calendar). I am trying to create a macro that will only display rows 1-5 and then current the current date and the next 30 days and hide all other rows.
The approach I have tried is to use ďADDRESS(MATCH(BS40,$B$1:$B$462,0),2)Ē equation to find the cell with todays date in it (Cell BS40 contains todays date). This was repeated for todays date +30. The problem I have is that although I now have the cell addressís located I cannot reference their values in a range.select
I have column B with a heading "Days Remaining" and column L with a heading "Deadline". starting with row 5, I need to be able to enter a date in L5 and see the days I have left, from that day untill today, on B5. I need to then be able to enter a date into L6 and see a result in B6 and on and on. Then I need to be able to insert or delete a column and have the formulas still work in the columns with the heading "Days Remaining" and "Deadline"
Iíve been searching the forum but am struggling to find exactly the information I need!
Iím trying to get a column of cells to update with the date that the cells contents change to ďYĒ. I had been using the formula =IF(I7="Y",TODAY(),"-") in cell J7 but this updates the date every day. I need this date to remain the same as when itís first populated.
Iíve been trying to cut and paste text from existing posts into the Visual Basic code but am new to this so am not getting the results I need. I had tried:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Excel.Range) 'will put date in column B when something is put in A If Target.Column = 9 Then Target.Offset(0, 1).Value = Date End If End Sub
But this caused all sorts of problems! I then tried messing around with:
Option Compare Text Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Excel.Range) On Error GoTo enditall Application.EnableEvents = False If Target.Column = "I" Then If Target.Value = "Y" Then Excel.Range("J").Value = Date End If End If enditall: Application.EnableEvents = True End Sub
But this doesnít work either. In fact, both these codes are probably riddled with errors as Iíve been trying to learn by trial and error!
I have a a planner made using excel. Monday to Sunday are from G3 - M3 and the months are in F3 going downwards. The months are abbreviated to 3 letters e.g. Jan, Feb, etc.
Where months cross over in the same week this is indicated as month/Next month e.g. Jan/Feb. Within these fields I have manually entered the dates, so for example todays date of 19th Feb is located on cell J11, (the coordinates of Thu (in J3) and the month of Feb (F11) (showing on week 8). To indicate todays data on the planner I have used an autoshape and simply filled the colour red, so that it stands out. However, when I open the planner the next day I have to move the autoshape to indicate the correct date.
The problem is, if I want to open the planner today, next week or next month (or whatever date in the current year) could a macro be devised that will indicate the correct day (i.e. by increasing the text size, change the font, color, etc?) using the exact headings as I have mentioned? I am assuming a macro on open would work which would look at todays date, and convert this to both a day in the week and month. Once done it could then find the exact day?
I have todays date in cell A2. I have a range of dates in a row 4 and numbers below each date in row 6. What i want is to Sum the numbers below the dates in row 6 if the date in row 4 is with in 90 days before or after the date in cell A2.
The answer i should get is 4 since only 3 dates fall 90 days before or after todays date.
I am trying to write a simple code that will take the last date in Col A and fill down until it gets to todays date.
Code: Sub Fill_down_date() Dim x As Integer lr2 = Worksheets("sheet2").Cells(Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp).Row For x = lr2 To 20 If Cells(x, 1).Value < Date Then Cells(x + 1, 1).Value = Cells(x, 1).Value + 1 If Cells(x, 1).Value
way to have the vehicle registration date compared to todays date and have it return either due next month, due or over due.
Todays date is in format month/day/year, registration is only by month/year. Todays date is in fixed location in worksheet updated by function Today()
Basically a formula that resembles =If(registration date < todays date, overdue, If( registration date = todays date, due, If(registration date = todays date+1month, next month, If( registration date > todays date + 1 month, 0))))
I have the below code that when the spreadsheet opens input boxes pop up. The first asking to put the date in, but how can i make sure that the user does not put "todays date" in at anytime! (the date put into the inputbox (cell d2) should always be less than the date in b2 = todays date). As cell b2 in the sheet "97008390" already has todays date in. (using =today()).
First id like to start by explaining that the original source of the code here was given to me by JBeaucaire, from another thread(thanks again). I adpated the last script he wrote to work on this new spreadsheet im trying to automate a little but I need some additional help. Right now as is, I plan to run the report on a weekly basis and having the reps save a new file for the end of each week. Ideally I would have an "update" macro where it would check the first sheet called ALL for any new new entries.
Right now in the dummy sheet the group numbers are all the same and the Names are all the same. In a real world scenario they would almost all be diffrent. I say almost because in some cases a Customer can be Termed, reinstated and Renewed all in the same month. So on the main work sheet where the data entry occurs could have duplicate group numbers. Group names often has dupes because of the way group #'s are attached. So what im looking for is some instruction on how I can have this update just the new days data. Heres the code I have so far for break out the data. Attached is the dummy sheet.
i am building a data base and every day, say, at 5pm a certain cell should contain a corresponding date. In my macro I simply wrote
I thought naiivly it would work, but it doesn't, as the next day the date will be changed correspondingly. So, the question is: how to record todays' date (Dec 29) so that this date stays in this cell forever? Only the date, not Excel Dates & Times
I would like to include a filter in my macro that shows orders with current date, and sometimes current date minus one (yesterday). This is a monthly recurring task. In the custom filter I tried: "equal to @Today" but that didn't work. Can someone tell me how I can solve the problem? Here's a snippet from my macro, filterne on something else Selection.AutoFilter Field:=21, Criteria1:=">=89" 'STCD_TO_TODAY
I am trying to loop through some data in Column B and I want it to report on ALL values that are < todays date. However the loop is stopping at the first date that is less and not continuing on afterwards. I know what is causing this but I am unsure how to solve it.
fMask="Post Biz Voice Installs QC Report*.TXT" varFiles = Application. GetOpenFilename("TEXT Files,"&fMask, 1, "Please select all the Post Biz Voice Installs QA Report files", , True)
I want to filter the filenames to only certain prefixes
I am then importing the files and populatin the ws
Here is my whole module so it can be seen in context
Sub GetBCDV() Dim varFiles As Variant Dim SourceBook As Workbook, TargetBook As Workbook, strAddress As String ', 1 As Integer Call Archive_WB_BCDV fMask="Post Biz Voice Installs QC Report*.TXT" varFiles = Application.GetOpenFilename("TEXT Files,"&fMask, 1, "Please select all the Post Biz Voice Installs QA Report files", , True)
What i have is a list of dates in a row. I want to set up a countif formula to count the number of date that fall with in 90 days of todays date. I'm planning on placing todays date in a cell in the upper left hand corner (cell A2) above the list of dates. This way i can just type in todays date and the spreedsheet will count the number of dates, in the list, that fall with in 90 days of the date i type into cell A2