I´m writting a macro. It works find until a certain point. When I want to change some outputs of the macro without changing the syntax, it display an error mesage while runing the macro. It says Else without If. Which is quite disturbing because the Else was not creating any problem before. Here is my macro before I changed the conditions (this one work nicely)
Sub Copy_Sheet_Beta() Set wba = ActiveWorkbook On Error Resume Next If IsWorkbookOpened("Projekt.xls", "C:Documents and SettingsfrederikSkrivebordRedd Barna") Then Workbooks("Projekt.xls").Activate 'In case open, just activate "Projekt" Else Workbooks.Open Filename:="C:Documents and SettingsfrederikSkrivebordRedd Barnaprojekt.xls" End If Set wb = Workbooks("Projekt.xls") wb.Activate If Not SheetExists(wba.ActiveSheet. Range("C1").Value) Then MsgBox "overall doesn't exist!" Else........................................
Im having problem with If/Then/Else Statements Not sure what the problem is. I have a text box a user inputs whatever in to create two new tabs one is the tab name then the next is tab completed. It isnt liking my syntax I have here.
I have the following code that loops thru and puts the word 'TEST' in column J if column B has a TEXT value of '020'
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- With Range("J1:J" & Lastrow) .Clear Range(.Cells(2), .Cells(.Count)).Formula = "=if((b2)=""020"",""TEST"","""")" End With ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Questions 1) why do I need double quotes "" "" on every argument in the function? Is it because I'm working with TEXT data? 2)I want to use multiple ifs (ie if cell b2 equals '020' OR '030' then put the word 'TEST' in col J). How to change the syntax to do this?
I have a form and a combo box that I want ot fill the items in from cell F22.
Here is my Sheets(PowerAnalysis.xls).Cells("F22").Value = ComboBox2.Text What is the best way to get this done? I have searched here and on the web and I can't seem to find any straightforward answers.
It doesn't work any more in Excel 2003. Of course it works directly such as: "WHERE (dbase_file.field1=' N0011') but I couldn't find the way to replace the ' N0011' with the parameter.
It is not the singular issue... "FROM dbase.file dbase.file " that worked well in Excel 2000, the Excel 2003 "wants": "FROM 'drivepath'dbase_file dbase_file " and I couldn' find a way to replace the explicit 'drivepath' with a predefined variable.
I am attempting to create a macro that opens a file named "shrinkage-billing.xls", searches for a variable "PTOSH" in column A, copies the adjacent cell and pastes the data in another worksheet named "Shrinkage Report 2009.xls"
Got a wee problem with some syntax for a copy function. At the moment the code i have copies the range and pastes to another range which is defined by a cell number. But i need it to paste special (values only).
I would like to know where can I find a good resource to learn about VBA syntax. I have VBA books and there are some examples of code in there but when I'm trying to read someoneelse's code I just get into commands or syntax I don't understand. For example I would like to be able to go some site and decifer what this line (or it's parts) means: If(cnt < MAXTEST, sDigSep & String(MAXTEST - cnt, "9"), "")
I have a variable array, that is, the first cell of the array is variable and the last cell is variable. I have dimmed the first cell , "firstcell" as a range. I have dimmed the last cell , "lastcell" as a range. I'd like to sort the array but first I have to select all cells in the array. Need the proper syntax to select all cells between "firstcell" and "lastcell" in my macro.
There are plenty of other columns, but these are key. The first column is the service type, of which there are 40. I want to have another worksheet that totals all the entries in the third column that don't say 'yes', for each service. So, in this case the first line of my new workbook would say: Nephrology1
If I copy "mysum" contents to a cell and replace "lista" with a defined list, it works just fine. But whenever I run this code, it gives me syntax error.
Sub aaa()Dim i As Integer, myvar As Variant, tester As VariantDim mysum As Variant, lista As Variant, alpha As Datelista = Sheet2.[D6].ValueWith Worksheets(Range("A10").Value) Do i = i + 1mysum = Evaluate("SUMPRODUCT(((ISNUMBER(MATCH($B$8:$B$10007," & lista & ",0))) *($A$8:$A$10007>(TODAY()-180))*(($E$8:$E$10007)+($F$8:$F$10007)+($G$8:$G$10007)+($I$8:$I$10007)+($K$8:$K$10007))))) myvar = Evaluate("=TIME(10,0,0)>" & mysum) Loop Until myvarEnd Withtester = 35 - Sheet2.[c10] alpha = mysumMsgBox "VALID for [" & lista & "] after " & i & " Day(s). hours in last 180 days after " & i & " Day(s) will be (" & alpha & ")"End Sub
Always have problems getting my head round the syntax of the indirect function and am unable to find anything similar that's been asked.
I want to perform an operation on two numbers where the user selects which to use (add, subtract, multiply or divide) entered into another cell like this:
When running a Macro I am getting an error message as follows:
Run-time error '1004':SQL Syntax error
The line of code which appears to be effected is:
I dont really know what this part of the code is trying to do and why it is highlighted yellow when I try and run the code. I am basically importing data from Access to Excel and this line is the last line of the code. If I remove this line, the error does not occur and the code completes. However, the data from Access is not imported so I am assuming it is an important part of the code!
I'm trying to create a new function in Excel and for some reason the syntax is incorrect and it won't let me use it in the sheet. I do not know what I'm doing wrong so any help would be appreciated. This function will allow me to interpolate the term structure of interest rates between dates (I think) My code is
Function INTSPOT(spots, year) 'Interpolates spot rates to year Dim i As Integer, spotnum As Integer spotnum = spots.Rows.Count If Application.WorksheetFunction.Count(spots) = 1 Then 'Single rate given INTSPOT = spots Else 'Term structure given If year = spots(spotnum, 1) Then INTSPOT = spots(spotnum, 2) Else Do i = i + 1 Loop Until spots(i, 1) > year INTSPOT = spots(i - 1, 2) + (spots(i, 2) - spots(i - 1, 2)) * _ (year - spots(i - 1, 1)) / _ (spots(i, 1) - spots(i - 1, 1)) End If End If
I noted today that in the helpfile topic for the IF() worksheet function it is possible to omit both the function's 2nd and 3rd arguments.
Although to do so you have to add a comma after the logical_test, eg:
=IF(A1="hello",) When both [value_if_true] and [value_if_false] arguments are omitted the function always returns 0 if the condition is met or FALSE() if the condition is not met (unless the condition references an error value in which case an error is returned).
Note - I'm comfortable with leaving one of these arguments out, just can't think of a valid application for leaving both out. Just a feeling in the back of my mind that the fact that IF() in this format is able to return different data types (number vs logical depending on condition=TRUE vs FALSE) might mean that there could be a clever use for it?