I'm currently working on that requires me to compare and update between two different workbooks, "MyData" and "Daily".
As the names imply the first is an ongoing database the second "Daily" is upto date information that arrives each morning. In both workbooks there is a column that contains unique data/serial number.
I have written some code that compares these numbers, if they are the same the new upto date information overwrites the original information (replaces entire row), if the serial number is new it adds it as a new entry in the last row.
Well so far so good, actually I have only managed to do this on the same worksheet, but it does work.
As there is a lot of data I'm looking for the fastest way to "look" for this information should I compare between the two open workbooks line by line, should I copy all of the data from the "Daily" to a worksheet in "MyData" and work from there.
I am writing a code in VBA using getpivotdata function. It is working fine untill the value does not exist.
Dim pt As PivotTable Sheets("Pivot2").Select Set pt = ActiveSheet.PivotTables(1) Cells(2,1).Value = pt.GetPivotData("ID", "GCB", "1", "Gender", "F", "9 box Rating_2012", NBArr(k)).Value 'the code is looping through the values in an array called NBArr
I have tried to handle this as follows:
If IsError(pt.GetPivotData("ID", "GCB", GCB1, "Gender", Gen1, "9 box Rating_2012", NBArr(k)).Value) = True Then Cells(2,1).Value= "0" ElseIf IsError(pt.GetPivotData("ID", "GCB", GCB1, "Gender", Gen1, "9 box Rating_2012", NBArr(k)).Value) = False Then Cells(2,1).Value = pt.GetPivotData("ID", "GCB", GCB1, "Gender", Gen1, "9 box Rating_2012", NBArr(k)).Value End If
However, even this is not working (in case when the function finds no value).
I have been browsing here off and on, and have found many excellent answers. I use Excel to process data on time series, as an adjunct to consultancy work on statistical analysis of industrial data . Usually the data has irregular gaps, e.g., daily data might have 2-10 day gaps. If I want to take, say, 7-day averages, SKIPPING OVER gaps longer than 2 days(say), is there an easy way to do this (I don't really know VBA,and it is not worth my time to try and write long code for this, which will eventually be done by some professional programmers)!
I have a excel document that is very heavy with Data Validation List Boxes. Below is just one example. Error handling is what I am trying to figure out. Description: I have 3 List Boxes. One list box data is based on data selected in the previous list box.
1st List Box uses this formula: =Series 2nd List Box uses this formula: =INDIRECT($C$2) 3rd List Box uses this formula: =INDIRECT($C$3)
It all works! HOWEVER.... If user decides to go back and change selection in first or second list box, and forgets to change the data in the second or third box, then data will be incorrect. How do I solve this problem? Is there anyway to write something so it would give them an error message and instructing them to correct the data?
The On Error GoTo works if there is only one instance of the text not being found but crashes if there is a second.
I have tried adapting code found here http://www.excelforum.com/excel-prog...ght=cells.find but can't get it to work exactly as i would like. Here is an extract of my code. There are about 12 different cells.find in total.
The issue I'm having is with the ActiveX Spin Button (in 2007, formerly in the Control toolbox in 2003). I need the Spin Button to call a certain macro whenever it is clicked up or down. I know how to do this with one spin button, the problem is that the workbook I'm creating could potentially have dozens (or even hundreds) of these spin buttons that all need to call the same macro. It doesn't seem feasible to have to create separate Change event functions for each of these.
My company used to use the simpler form controls for this process, but a situation has come up where we need the ability to make the buttons invisible, or at least appear disabled, and that doesn't seem doable with the form controls.
So my question is, is there a way to specify in my workbook that whenever a spin button is clicked, this particular macro is to be called? Or even, whenever an ActiveX object is clicked, call the macro, because the spin buttons will be the only ActiveX objects in the workbook. I've read a bit about how to create global event handlers for worksheets and workbooks, but I can't find anything related to spin buttons specifically.
I have attached a sample spreadsheet. I'm looking for a macro that will take column one which contains Company names which are sometimes duplicated and append an incremental number based on the number of occurrences to the end of the company forcing it to be unique. Column 2 has the example of the results I would like to see. Has anyone got a macro that I could use that would allow me to select the company column, run the macro, and it update the values in that column to append the incremental number?
I'm looking for some direction with enhancing this code:
Code: Case "L18" Dim dfcust As String Dim wshgrp As Worksheet
With this code, wshmain.range("Y18") is populated with the value associated with the vlookup. However, problems exist when the vlookup fails. If the vlookup fails, I don't want to try to populate wshmain.range, just simply .protect and abandon.
I am working on a worksheet with quite a few advisors who will be using the sheet, because of this reason I am trying to cover my back with as much error handling with my VBA script as possible. Where I am struggling is the following line:
Code: Set cb = Workbooks.Open("wilm-dchome"UserName"DesktopCurrent projectPipeline Grouped.xlsm")
I want to have an error handler that says if this file cannot be found use the following line of code instead:
Code: Set cb = Workbooks.Open(Application.GetOpenFilename())
It may even be just a simple if statement instead but I cant seem to find the answer.
As part of my requirement, i'm trying to update some data into share path. While trying to access the share path, i'm being asked to key-in appropriate username & password. Windows alert will be opened when my code try to access share path, there I have to enter username & password using script.
If there are records meeting the criteria are found, they are to be copied to a 2nd worksheet. Otherwise, the remainder of the code is to be executed. I am getting an error "No Cells were found" (which is true since the autofilter doesn't net any results) with the line highted in red.
Consider this snippit of ' ' courts ' Courts: Dim lcrtcopy As Long End_RowDest = 0 wshV.Activate ActiveSheet.Unprotect With Worksheets("Crts_Temp") If .FilterMode Then .ShowAllData 'disable advanced filter of data if applicable End With..........
I've got some code that reformats a file that a supplier sends us. They seem to randomly change the structure, so I'm trying to make the code a bit more robust.
Part of the code uses MATCH to look for specific column headings, so I've got some error handling around this of the format:
On Error GoTo NoIncCol Line using MATCH On Error GoTo Exiting where Exiting is my standard error handling (Close without Save) and NoIncCol is the same, but with an error message saying that the term the code was trying to MATCH can't be found. This works well for me.
In another part of the code, I need to check for another column heading, which so far has turned up in two different forms. At the moment I'm doing this as follows:
With Sheets("Sheet1").Range("1:1") Set rFound = .Find("Term1") If Not rFound Is Nothing Then a = "Term1" Else
This feels a bit clunky, and I don't really like having what is essentially error-handling in the middle of my code. But the only other way I can think of to do it is to use a GoTo, and I believe that's not really considered good practice either.
I need to:Turn off "save" and "save as" command barsPrompt user for a unique filename Save file to a specific directory on the network common to all "p:dataprc"Requery user if filename exists and if they DON'T want to overwrite.Return to worksheet (there is only one) if the user cancels from the message box.Turn commandbars back on The macro runs from an on screen button I get bug errors on NO or CANCEL when clicked in the message box. This is my current
Private Sub Workbook_Open() Application.CommandBars("Worksheet Menu Bar").Controls("File").Controls("Save As...").Enabled = False Application.CommandBars("Worksheet Menu Bar").Controls("File").Controls("Save").Enabled = False End Sub
Sub SaveMe() ' ' Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+z ' Dim BaseDir As String Dim NewName As String BaseDir = "p:dataprc" ...........
I have a UserForm (and associated code) to locate a specific entry in Column 'A' of a spreadsheet and insert a date, initials, and hyperlink to another file.
The basic code works fine, but did not account for the user entering a Job# that was not in the system, so I added an If/Else to account for this... The additional code took the If (Job# not found) route every time... Following many hours of searching this site and variations of the error handling code, I still can not get it to work.
So I'm asking for your assistance to point out why the error handling (based on other successful code found here) is not working for me.
'Insert Link Private Sub CommandButton3_Click()
If TextBox1.Value = "" Then MsgBox "Please Insert a Job#" Exit Sub ElseIf TextBox2.Value = "" Then MsgBox "Please Insert Quoters Initials" Exit Sub ElseIf TextBox3.Value = "" Then MsgBox "Please Insert Quote Date" Exit Sub
The 'Find' part of the code is working, as the correct cell is selected after running the code... but it gives the error message, instead of executing the rest of the code...
If I remove the 'On Error Resume Next', it stops on the find block, where on inspection FindR = Nothing.
So if FindR does = Nothing, how did it manage to select the cell?
When I enter this formula I get a #VALUE! error. I think it's because cell AG46 has an IF formula that results in "blank" if 0. How do I fix this error so that it includes cell AG46 and if cell AG46 is blank it counts it as a zero?
=SUM(A12)-(AG46*8)(=40 is the answer I'm looking for) =SUM(40)-(0*8)
I am having trouble working through the examples given on other posts for this topic. I have a userform that creates a number of controls at runtime. One group of controls is a series of textboxes and a label underneath that sums the values of the textboxes. When a user changes the value in a textbox the label needs to update the sum. I have read about created class modules to define the event but it is all going over my head.
I'm trying to add a little error handling in my code. I have a macro that, when running opens a number of workbooks. At the end of the macro, my code then closes all the workbooks I've opened.
I was wanting to create an error-handling procedure that displayed a message box, and then closed any workbooks that I've opened during the course of the macro. Obviously the error could trigger at any point, so not all workbooks may have been opened at the time
My code is as follows - I've tried On Error Resume Next in the error-handling code, but Excel still returns an error that it can't find the Incidents_MTD sheet when trying to close it.
Code: On Error GoTo ReportError code code code ReportError:
what i could do to the code below so that if 2 cells are accidentally highlighted - it wont come up with a type mismatch error on the line below in red.
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)
With ThisWorkbook.Sheets("price").Range(ActiveCell.Address) If .Value = "" Then UserForm2.TextBox1.Value = "No Trade Selected" Else UserForm2.TextBox1.Value = Format$(WorksheetFunction.RoundUp(Val(Sheets("price").Range(Target.Address).Value), 2), "$ 0.00")
The following code shows the bare bones which illustrate my problem. The routine runs whenever the user enters a string which begins "Frm1=" and contains exactly three commas.
My problem is with the MsgBox which appears if the ErrorHandler is reached. With the following code the MsgBox requires two clicks on OK to dismiss it. If I change Resume to GoTo it requires only one. Is this normal? Is there any way of dismising the MsgBox with one click? ...