Copy And Paste Values Without Including Dropdown List
Jul 15, 2014
The source data is collected using drop-down menus. In moving the data from one workbook to another, the drop-down lists are carried over into the destination cells. I have used both: paste special "values" and paste special "valuesandnumber formats". The code in the else statement produces the same result as the 2 step process above it.
On the attached worksheet I am selecting items from the "Description" dropdown list on the Invoice worksheet. I then would like to find a way to automatically copy and paste the "Item #" and "Unit Price" found associated with the selected item on the database worksheet "Products".
i.e. I select the product and the spreadsheet fills in the rest of the required info.
I am trying to write a simple macro to copy a drop down list I created in cell O2 and then paste in the same sheet. I need it to paste starting in cell A2 and then move to A4 and so on for every even row cell through A9778. I would also like it to keep a border around the cell. I can't find direction on how to tell it every even cell or defining x and then doing x + 1...
1. Using a formula, I am trying to to obtain a list of unique values (string) (caveat: see #2) from the range E2:E10000 (arbitrarily chose 10000 - the row number is variable)(see #3).
I currently have a formula that seems to work for this purpose but I don't know how to add the condition in #2 (below)
2. To include all unique string values except those starting with the letters "IC"
3. Is there a way to make this formula so that it can only seek values up to the last row, and not go to the 10000th row if not necessary? The E column has no empty cells until after the last row that contains data.
Here is the formula I currently use which serves #1 (above):
Any way to improve/simplfy this formula for the purpose describbed in #1? How can I add the condition in #2? Can you see a way to include #3? The most important issue here is #2.
Example of desired results:
Column A | Column B AA | AA DD | CC AA | DD CC | DD | DD | IC | IC |
I need to make several exact duplicates of an existing worksheet which includes several form controls. Basic Copy/ Paste the worksheet works well but row heights are different and hidden rows are unhidden. Is there a way to make an EXACT duplicate ?
Someone created a macro for me that creates and names worksheets based off of a list on my first worksheet "Summary". I would love to be able to then have the list of titles on Summary sheet be in cell A1 on each of the worksheets that I had created.
Here is the macro for creating all of the worksheets w/ names -
I have a drop down box in my excel sheet to show what type of product I am dealing with (emulsion, fatty acid, caustic, etc.) and I have it linking to the cell right behind it (C14).
Is there any way to copy/paste the drop down box into the cells below (C15, C16, etc.) and have it link to them without going in and manually formatting the control? I have already tried removing the $ that originally populates when first linking the cell.
I have a workbook with 4 sheets relating to areas and a summary sheet and introduction.
On the introduction sheet I have a dropdown which lists all the available products my company make.
What I want is to be able to select the product from the dropdown and then click a button which will then copy and paste the headers and any rows which relate to the selected product from each of the area sheets and paste it all onto the summary sheet.
I have two sheets that I am using. sheet 2 has a list of experiments in column C with information regarding the experiment in columns F - J. On sheet 1 I have a dropdown box with a list of all the experiments. When I select an experiment from the dropdown box I would like to populate columns K - O on sheet 1 with the information from columns F - J for the selected experiment on sheet 2.
I am trying to create an excel spreadsheet that calculates nutrition based on a dropdown menu. The values would change depending on the formula selected. How to I pull the data from sheet 1 and bring it in sheet 2 in order to calculate protein, carbohydrates and fat content. I have attached a copy of the excel spread sheet.
I created a drop down list for products my company sells. Now I am wondering how can I get Excel to display the cost of the item in another column so I do not have to type in the cost each time I bring that product up.
I have searched google and this site but of course I can't describe my search well enough to find what im looking for.
I'm sure this has been explained I just can't find the answer to my problem.
Attached is my code, pay attention to the bold part. I want the sourceSheet to be copied as a sheet and pasted in the targetSheet (the Sheet2 of "NewBook") but I want it pasted asvalues. Here is the specific part which needs to be looked at...and below is the full code.
VB: Set sourceBook = Application.Workbooks.Open(sourceFilename) Set sourceSheet = sourceBook.Sheets("Current") Set targetSheet = NewBook.Sheets("Sheet2")
I need to be able to display a list of values from a drop down window. When the value in the drop down window is selected I need to have the data populated in the rows to the right of the drop down window. I have created the Drop Down using data validation in B12, I need C12 & D12 to auto fill with the info listed in H2 & I1 according to the item picked in the drop down.
I have tried to follow an example listed on the website but i keep getting a formula error.
Is it possible to assign values to names in a list, so that when you validate it as a drop-down list, you can select a name from the drop-down and it's corresponding value will be added to separate cell? Basically, I have survey questions which have five possible responses: Excellent - Very Good - Good - Fair - Poor. We want to assign a value to each, 5 for Excellent, 4 for Very Good and so on, so that when a response is selected from a drop-down, it's value appears in a separate cell (so that we can calculate a total and average score from the selections).
see attached document - this is a stock record sheet. what i want it to do is when Bed is seleceted in column B - i want colum C to show the BedSize list which is in the lists tab. and the same with Chair i want it show ChairSize
Actually I plan to create an eRequisition Form for our branch sites. My focus would be the consumable items of Lexmark printers. I want to create cascading drop-down lists based on data table (worksheet : All) as per attached. From lots of examples I've seen in this or other similar forums, I notice that in order to allow this cascading to work is by creating column with header name identical with the input in the 1st List. But I'm thinking, if I need to do that, then there gonna be hundreds or maybe thousands columns to create as the number of branches are expanding, so I think tht should not be practical.
I found examples that shows how lookup 1 value can return multiple values but I totally cannot think of a way to allow those multiple values to be returned as dropdown list rather than displaying all in rows of the worksheet.
What I need is that, in 1st list, upon selecting the branch, it'll populate all items related to the branch and when selecting the item, it'll populate brand/model list for the particular item only. The input in the dropdown list should not have duplicates. Been trying using pivot to do this with macro that enables auto refresh once any changes made in the table.
create this cascading drop-down lists just based on the table as per attached? I really want to avoid having to create extra tables to allow this cascading to work.
I am trying to copy/extract row of data from worksheet(Detail)A:W to worksheet(1st Letter) if X=1st Letter on worksheet(Detail). I have never used VBA and i am not sure if this can be done with a formula.
I have a drop down list in one column which I have formatted to change colour when chosen. What I want to do is to copy the colour on the other two columns beside it when it change. I manged to do one row by adding a new rule using "use a formulat to determine which cells to format" with the formula =$D$29="Awaiting Approval" (This is just one option on the list.)
Now my problem is how I am going to copy the same format to other rows without doing it one bye one or manually i.e. changing $D$29 to $D$30 I did the format painter but it does not reflect the lists on their respective rows/list/cell.
I have a grade book with 17 worksheets 1 for each subject = each of the sheets are identical with the students names in col B and the data is entered manually in the corresponding cols along side the names.
What I would like is a vba solution to enter the data in a worksheet called 'datainput' = which would be identical in layout as the above subject sheets= and by the use of a drop down list with the names of the 17 subject sheets = copy the data in the 'datatinput' worksheet into the next available blank col in the worksheet selected from the drop down list=and with a command button erase the data in the 'datainput' worksheet ready to enter new data.
I'm new to excel and was trying to make a workbook that will have a drop down list populate based on a user input in two separate cells. Basically, i have columns: name, pages, and books. I would like to have the drop down list match data by first finding the amount of books read, then finding the amount of pages read. Then any name that meets the criteria will be available in the drop down list. How can I do this?
I'm using Excel 2010. I have developed a calculator (attached) to make life easier for my colleagues. It works perfectly fine. But one thing keeps bugging me.
In Cell C3 - You have the option to choose "Daily" or "Weekly" (Drop Down). This selection effects your selection for Cell C6.
If you choose Daily in Cell C3 then your options for Cell C6 are restricted to select/enter an amount between £0.00 and £6.00.
If you choose Weekly in Cell C3 then your options for Cell C6 are restricted to select/enter either £0.00 or £12.00.
This works perfect.
However, if I select "Weekly" and then select " £12.00", all my results are perfect which is exactly what I want BUT if I then go back up to C3 and change "Weekly" to "Daily", the £12.00 in C6 remains (though the data validation for "Daily" is restricted to £0.00- £6.00) and all the results are consequently wrong until C6 is changed.
The obvious thing is to delete the £12.00 from Cell C6 or introduce a "clear" button BUT I don't want my colleagues to do this as it leaves the possibility of error and since we are dealing with money, I can't have it.
So what I would love and what would complete this calculator and deem it ready is if every time Cell C3 is selected (i.e. from the drop down list you choose Weekly or Daily) it as a result resets Cell C6 to £0.00.
I want to print one sheet for each of the values in a page field drop-down. I can do this by supplying the values individually (code below) but would rather determine the list of values dynamically. Can this be done?
Private Sub pbPrintAll_Click() Dim cix As Integer Dim Ctrct As String cix = 3 While (Sheets("Database"). Range("B" + Trim(Str(cix))).Value <> "") ' Get value from database sheet Ctrct = Sheets("Database").Range("B" + Trim(Str(cix))).Value ' Set CurrentPage value Sheets("Customer P&L Pivot1"). PivotTables(1).PivotFields("Cust 1A_Name").CurrentPage = Ctrct ' Print formatted sheet Sheets("Customer P&L").PrintOut cix = cix + 1 Wend ' Reset Current Page value Sheets("Customer P&L Pivot1").PivotTables(1).PivotFields("Cust 1A_Name").CurrentPage = "(All)" MsgBox "Prints sent to printer." End Sub
I am after some VBA code that chooses each value from a drop down list (in cell A1) then copies a separate sheet 1 (sheet 1) into another workbook (can have both workbooks open at the same time or the first step will have to create a workbook) with the name of the added sheet renamed to the value chosen from the list. When the second value is chosen then sheet 1 should be copied into the newly created workbook as well.
Sheet 1 has lookups that are updated when the new value in the drop down list is chosen
There are around 85 values in the drop down list so I'm expecting a workbook with 85 tabs (copy pasted values and formats)