I need a formula for counting rows. It should achieve the following;
It should count in increments of 1 (1,2,3,4, etc.) in each cell in a column (column AW, to be prescise).
It should skip hidden rows.
It should account for the fact that a formula is able to reveal rows and when this is done, the counting formula should adjust to count the newly revealed row.
It should also be able to do the opposite - another formula/macro hides rows, and when this happens it should not count the newly hidden row.
I can imagine a formula in each cell of the column that says "Check the previous column and if it is visible, add 1. If a hidden row is encountered, do not add 1. When a non-hidden row is encountered again, continue adding 1."
I have an excel file with a table in it. It contains 2051 records (attached). This is just a sample, the original file has around 30,000 rows.
When I start using filters, I run into problems:
Step 1: Filter by Unit, condition (e.g.) Unit_23 Excel shows in the status bar the following message: 437 of 2050 records found.
Step 2: If I scroll to the bottom of the table, the row numbers are colored in blue (normal for a filtered list) however the last row is not colored and it actually should not be shown since its unit is not what I filtered for (its unit is Unit_25)
Step 3: Clear the filter of Unit
Step 4: Sometimes (depending on what I filter for), one or more of the bottom rows are hidden!!!
I have a linear count from 1 to 160 (J3:FM3) and I hide columns manually over time depending on a certain criteria. However, I would like to count how many columns I have left. I believe you need to use the subtotal function, but I do not understand how to use it.
I used Sheets(1).Cells(1, 1).Rows.End(xlUp).Count instead of UsedRange.Rows.Count in this code , but it didn't succed with me. Why and how to do that
Dim i As Long, j As Long j = 1 For i = 1 To UsedRange.Rows.Count Sheets(2).Cells(j, "a").Value = Sheets(1).Cells(i, "a").Value Sheets(2).Cells(j, "b").Value = Sheets(1).Cells(i, "b").Value Sheets(2).Cells(j, "c").Value = Sheets(1).Cells(i, "c").Value j = j + 1 Next i End Sub
I am trying to use the SUMIF function to create a formula that will read the visible cells in Column B and if any visible cells in Column B are equal to or greater than zero I want Excel to sum the corresponding values in the visible cells of Column A. Not so hard but I'm having a difficult time getting Excel to ignore data in hidden rows.
See attached file for and further explanation : Sample.xlsx
I've tried using SUMIF as well as the AGGREGATE function but no success, yet.
I have a spread sheet which has a number of protected cells so that they user can tab only on required cells to enter data. At times some of the rows are hidden however pressing "TAB" will continue to tab through on the cells within the Hidden Rows. Is it possible to only TAB through Cells which are visible?
Why do I get a "sub or function not defined" error on the first line? The problem seemed to arise out of nowhere. The sub is located in module 1. I call it with "Call DeleteHiddenRows" in sheet1 inside of a "Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)" event. Should I be adding some declaration somewhere (some "dim" line?)???
Sub DeleteHiddenRows() For j = ActiveCell.SpecialCells(xlLastCell).Row To 1 Step -1 If Rows(j).Hidden Then Rows(j).Hidden = False Row(j).Activate Selection.Delete End If Next j End Sub
I am trying to create a macro to unhide only a row at a time, from around 150 hidden rows altogether. It is basically to give the effect of adding extra rows to a "table" that a user could then input with new data (I have to do this way according to other set-up in the workbook), but this isn't very important to do with this question. When I do a Format<Row<Unhide from the Excel menu, it always unhides ALL of the hidden rows. I have fiddled around but can't seem to find a way to avoid this happening, all I want is for just one row to unhide. I thought it might depend what cell/s I had highlighted, but I haven't found a way that makes it work.
I HID 4 rows using this help section. (Format - Hide)
Then, I modified several column widths simply by placing my curser at the top of the column and pulling it smaller or larger. (I don't know if this did or did not cause my problem) which is simply that - I am now unable to find my hidden rows.
I know where they are supposed to be, but when I highlight them and click (Format - Unhide) nothing happens.
I tried (Find and Select - go to special) and no white bar shows up.
Can sombody please tell this frustrated Newby How to find the rows I just hid 1 hour ago?
If I posted in the wrong place, I appologise as I spent more time trying to figure out where and how to post than I did trying to solve my hidden row problem.
Is there a way to keep the Sum Funtion from adding in the values from Rows you have hidden? I want my total to be the result of only the visible lines, but have reasons for hiding rather than deleting rows (I may have to unhide some later depending on other factors)
Is there a way to copy and paste a sheet from one spreadsheet to another without getting the rows that have been hidden? I have a database with about 800 rows and another 150 or 200 scattered through it that are currently hidden. For what I need right now I don't want any of that hidden data. Do I have to manually delete it or is there a way to ignore it (I thought of paste special but I can't find one that works).
I was able to create a macro that allows a user to unhide rows in a protected worksheet without unprotecting the other locked fields (see below). My question is: I want to add to this command so that 1 row can not be "unhidden" if the previous row is still hidden. For example, row 25 can not be unhidden if row 24 is still hidden.
Macro command used:
Private Sub Commandbutton4_Click() Sub Hide_Rows2h() ActiveSheet.Unprotect Password:="xxx" Rows("25").Hidden = Not Rows("25").Hidden ActiveSheet.Protect Password:="xxx"
My workbook contains 10 worksheets. Some users will use all 10 worksheets; some will use only 5 worksheets. If a user is not using a worksheet, I would like to hide it but leave it in the workbook.
However, I want to keep all workbooks in sync even though a user may choose to not use a particular worksheet. When my macros encounter a hidden worksheet, they stall. Does coding exist that allows a Macro to run on a hidden worksheet without making the worksheet visible?
I have autofiltered a column to meet a certain criteria (which hides some of the rows), then I want to put a cell with the sum at the bottom of that column. When I do this, it takes the sum of all of the rows in that column, even the rows that are hidden. Is there a way to only take the sum of the rows showing?
I have a worksheet where rows 22 through 52 are allotted for invoice information. Now, not every job is going to have 30 invoices, and I'd like to be able to hide 25 of those rows and have a scrollbar for that section of the page so that when a) user needs to enter invoice info they can scroll to an empty row, and b) when reviewing the data user can scroll through and see it all. The rows above 22 and below 50 are job info/totals and need to remain visible.
Early attempts to solve this conundrum resulted in a scroll bar that was capable only of changing the date entered for the first invoice (Date is the info in A22, which was the linked cell).
I have a spreadsheet with various hidden rows and columns that I do not wish the user to have access too as it contains too much detail for their purposes.
Copy/paste and copy/paste special also copies across the hidden columns and rows so what I need to do is to copy it to a new workbook but then remove the hidden rows and columns and just delete the existing formulas in the cells which total the data and insert a new autosum.
1. find the last cell used in a column when the rows that contain the data are hidden. I tried using Range("A65536").End(xlup).Select. but when the rows are hidden it doesn't give me the last cell used.
2. I am trying to restrict my search to just one row. When I try using the cells.find function it looks for the whole sheet but I just want it to search for some particular data in just one row or a specified range.
I'm wondering if anyone has a answer to the problem of deleting all the rows that are hidden by an autofilter. We currently have a spreadsheet used within the office that catalogues all applications received, and we want to select all the applications that are relevant to a certain month with the autofilter and use a macro to delete those that are irrelevant, before emailing the spreadsheet to a client. Manually deleting all irrelevant rows would be time-consuming.
The current code I have is:
With Worksheets("Sheet1") If .AutoFilterMode Then With .AutoFilter.Filters(1) If .On Then Else: Rows.Delete End If End With Else: End If End With
The theory is that the code first selects the relevant worksheet, determines whether autofilters are on, selects data that is being covered by the autofilter, indentifies those that is being displayed and does nothing, and identifies those which are not displayed and deletes them - in theory!
In a database of names I use Filter- Advanced Filter - Unique records, to hide duplicated rows. Trouble is I don't know if there were any duplicated rows when it finishes. I would like to see the totals reflect this by not including them in the Countif function.