I have a worksheet titled "master plan" with many columns of data. I want to create many tabs based on this data.
One tab I want that just has the data from columns C, F, A, E, G and L (in that order) Starting with the header data in row 2. And titled "LOB".
Then I want a different tab for each unique item in Row C with these same columns (C, F, A, E, G and L from "master plan" tab or A, B, C, D, E and F from new "LOB" tab). The tab name should be the unique row C value.
So for example, say that there about 20 rows where 'A' is in column C, about 30 with 'B' in column 'C' etc .... There should be a tab with the name 'A' with those 20 rows of data and a tab with the name 'B' with the 30 rows with B and so on.
I also would prefer not to have to delete the existing 'A' and 'B' tabs every time before recording the macro so if it can either create a new tab or replace an existing tab with that name if it already exists.
To make things a little more difficult.. for the (in this example) 20 items with an 'A' in column C, there are (at this time) 3 different possible items in column B of 'master plan'. I'd like to create 3 separate tabs for each unique value in column B and I want the name to be dependent on the data in Column B (for example, the three unique items in column B with a column C of 'A' are Red, Green and yellow. I want three new tabs set up for each and the tab names to be: if B = Red, then tab name = 'Stop', If B = Green, then tab name = 'Go', if B = Yellow, then tab name = 'Slow'.
I have something that partially works, but I have to create the 'LOB' tab first and it doesn't work if any of the sheets already exist. And it doesn't do the Red, Green, Yellow part.
Here is what I currently have:
Dim strSrcSheet As String
Dim rngSrcStart As Range
Dim rngSrcEnd As Range
Dim rngCell As Range
Dim strLastDept As String
Dim intDestRow As Integer
On Error GoTo ErrHnd
I need to have many users press a button within the excel sheet that duplicates the form from the current page, opening a new tab (copying the form) that also prompts to input a specific name e.g. "Enter date and day or night shift" to name the tab itself.
I have just worked out how to put a Command Button in and used the above code to create the new page assigning the code to it.
I need the "my sheet" to be prompted and customisable.
I have the following code in my vb app. It creates the new worksheet, gives it the corect name, copies all of the existing data from an existing worksheet and pastes it in the new worksheet, but I can not get it to refresh the formulas. When I look at the formulas in the new sheet they reference back to the MasterSheet worksheet(which is my template I copy and paste from when making a new worksheet)
I have created an appointment schedule spreadsheet. Once I get the spreadsheet running smoothly, I would like to create a worksheet for every day of the year that we are open.
I have decided to have one main folder with 26 subfolders in it. In each of those 26 subfolders, there will be one workbook with 12 worksheets in it. That will be two weeks worth of appointments as we are open Mon-Sat. Of course I want to name the worksheet tabs at the bottom of the workbook according to the appropriate calendar date. Then there is also a cell at the top of each page that also has the date, the same as the date on the tab. Just wondering if there is a simple way to create a macro to rename all these worksheet tabs, or if I have to physically open up each workbook, and rename all the worksheet tabs according to the calendar date. Then once the worksheet tab is named, can you make it automatically put the same date into Cell A1?
I have 20 sheets in the workbook. 10 sheets are named YR1, YR2, etc. Once the user enters information on sheet "Assumptions" - names are setup and linked onto each YR page. So user enters CY10, which links to cell C5 on YR1 to show CY10.
I would like a macro that renames just the YR1, YR2, ....sheets, to CY10, CY11, .... I do not want any of the other sheets to change names.
in the WorkSheet_Activate for Sheet 3, which changes the sheet name to the ComboBox Value. Is it possible to use the default name of the Sheet, in this case Sheet 3, if the ComboBox Value = "0". I have the following codes for a ComboBox & Userform:
Private Sub ComboBox1_Change() Sheet3. Range("E1").Value = ComboBox1.Value End Sub
Private Sub Userform Initialize() ComboBox1.AddItem 0 For x = 1 To 60 Step 1 ComboBox1.AddItem Format(x, "0") Next x ComboBox1.Value = Sheet3.Range("E1").Value
is there a quick and easy way to rename the Sheets In VBA Editor (they are currently all mixed up), i.e. I have Sheet221 followed by Sheet11 etc. Is there a way to reorganise them so that I get Sheet01 followed by Sheet02 etc.
I have a workbook containing many worksheets. The worksheets are clients in my system.
I have no big problems with my VBA code, but what I really thought was simple is causing my system to take very long time processing.
Sheets("Kunde mal").Select Sheets("Kunde mal").Copy Before:=Sheets(3) Sheets("Kunde mal (2)").Select navn = Range("kundeNavn").value ID = Range("kliNr").value Sheets("Kunde mal (2)").name = navn & " - " & ID Sheets("Kunde mal").Select
I have a macro which creates 4 worksheets. Unfortunately sometimes they are named by default "Sheet5", "Sheet6", "Sheet7", and "Sheet8" when the macro is set to "Sheet1", "Sheet2", "Sheet3", "Sheet4". My question, is there a way to rename the sheets directly after creating them so that the sheet in the very first position in the spreadsheet is named "Sheet1" (the same would go for sheets 2-4). The code below wont work if the sheet decides to be a name other then "Sheet5" so how do I point to the the worksheet known as Sheet5 without using its name and tell excel I want its default to be "Sheet1"?
Notice that there is an empty cell in between.The data starts at C12 up to C21. The data is in Sheet2.There are also 8 more sheets( Sheet3 to Sheet10). I want to rename each sheet, starting from Sheet3 according to each cell. For example the Sheet3 to be renamed to 01, Sheet4 to 02.
What I can do is something like this:
And repeat this code for every block of data I got by changing everytime the i and the a. But this method is not so optimized because there are cases that the number of rows for each block is not the same and I have to change everytime the i counter. Is there any way to do 1 loop for all the sheets using maybe Worksheets.Count and another dynamic loop for the rows ? The data always start every 6 rows eg( C12, C18 etc). Also I was thinking to define an integer representing the number of rows for the loop...
Say you have a userform with 10 TextBoxes, let’s call them TxtN1…TxtN10 and your workbook has 10 sheets, say “Sheet1”…”Sheet10”. Now if one wants to code a procedure to rename those worksheets when the user hits a command button it’s simple enough.
Sub Rename_click() For i = 1 To 10 With Sheets(“Sheet” & i ) . name = TxtN & i End With Next i End Sub
But now if the user then changes the textboxes TxtN1…TxtN10 to a set of new strings it’s obvious that the following coding segment will not work:
For i = 1 To 10 With Sheets(TxtN & i) .name = TxtN & i End With Next i
It goes without saying that the program will try to select the worksheets with the new name (and they obviously don’t exist yet)…
I want to find a way to create multiple worksheets and matching data to be placed on appropriate sheets.
Here are more details (Please check the attached sheet screenshot as well):
In a workbook, there is a "Master-Sheet". This master sheet contains 8 columns.
I want to create as many new worksheets after master sheet as the values are there in column B (Column 2 i.e. Ad Group). In above attached screenshot, there are 8 values (B2:B9 or A-H). So, I would like to create 8 new worksheets after the master sheet. Also, I want to rename them based on their value from Ad Group column.
Each newly created worksheet should have same columns as the master sheet . Same 8 columns with their name intact.
Finally, I want all matching data of the Ad Group values to be placed on their respective newly created worksheet. For example, worksheet A should have A2:H2 data. Worksheet B should have A3:H3 data, and so on.
Please note that same ad group may have more than one row data. But I don't want to create multiple worksheet of same name ad group. The worksheet should be just one, but all matching data should be placed in that one sheet.
I know it is a bit complex task, but I am sure there would be a way to perform this automatically - probably a macro.
I receive a workbook each day with approx 500 tabs of call data and I would like to relabel all the tabs with the user names. The user names are in a merged range "A7:M7". I'm having difficulty getting the following script to rename the sheets. Currently the values in "A7:M7" look like "User: ADAM ENGEMANN-558".
I am trying to delete each occurrence of "User: " while naming the sheets as well as removing the merged range before doing so that the names are in A7 only. The sheet names should look like "ADAM ENGEMANN-558", or, ideally just "ADAM ENGEMANN". For some reason my code will not modify the cells. (See attached example)
This works if I manually unmerge the cells before running and remove the ":".
VB: Sub RenameSheets2() Dim ws As Worksheet
For Each ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets If ws.Range("A7").Value <> "" Then
This his how I modified it but it doesn't work on the supplied sheets. Please note that if I manually insert some blank sheets into my workbook and merge the cells etc it does work. There seems to be something odd going on with the sheets they are giving me. (they aren't protected)
VB: Sub RenameSheets2() Dim ws As Worksheet
For Each ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets If ws.Range("A7").Value <> "" Then
I tried adding the following to remove the merged ranges and remove 'User: ' from the names Range("A7:M7").Select With Selection .WrapText = False .MergeCells = False
I am working with a workbook that has data automatically entered each time a new child is enrolled to the program. The child's data is automatically entered to the sheet named "Intake". What I need to do now is rename that sheet using the child's name as the sheet name, but also keep the sheet named "Intake" for the next entry. I would then like to sort the sheets alphabetically but leaving the "Intake" sheet either as the first sheet or the last sheet. I have attached an example of the workbook I am working with.
I am currently doing an excel database of students application. I want a macro that creates a duplicate of a template sheet and renaming it based on the name of the student. Meaning once a name appears in the name cell, a sheet of that particular name is automatically created. At the same time, i want all the data regarding the applying student to appear the newly created sheet as shown in the attached file.
I run into is that many of our staff don't know there are tabs at the bottom of the page that show different worksheets. writing some VBA code that would grab the names of all the sheets and create a single sheet with the tabs listed as buttons that would hyperlink to each sheet of it's given name. Kind iof an index for the sheets.
Also bonus if 3 rows could be insterted on each of those pages with a button that links back to the index page.
I have about 100 products and each has its own sheet that I fill with data. Once I have finished with a sheet I rename it and create a copy and then hide the original and delete the entered data from before and start over.
Is there a way I can make it so when I hide a sheet it will automatically create a copy and delete a specific range?
This is more acedemic than anything, but I'm trying to create a range that refers to ranges on more than one sheet... is this possible? "Union" doesnt appear to work when the ranges are on different sheets. Netither of the Set My_Range3 statements work below.
Option Explicit Public Sub test() Dim My_Range1 As range Dim My_Range2 As range Dim My_Range3 As range Set My_Range1 = Worksheets(1).range("A1:A10") Set My_Range2 = Worksheets(2).range("B1:B10") 'Set My_Range3 = Union(My_Range1, My_Range2) 'Set My_Range3 = range(My_Range1, My_Range2) My_Range3.Interior.ColorIndex = 3 End Sub
Both Set My_Range3 statements will work if the ranges are on the same worksheet.