I have a table that lists staff according to where they are located, all adjusted using drop down lists, problem is that some locations have 5 staff and some up to 40, so when I set up a macro to print the area, those with 5 consultants look very small because the page area is so big. how can I adjust the print area dynamically so it only prints to 1 row below the last line with text?
As you can see, when I go to print preview, I will want the first and the last four to be formatted landscape and the second and third to be formatted portrait. This is all I want the macro to do. Then later when I go to print, I want to be able to print them all together. Is there a way to do this? Perhaps by letting the first printarea be on its on sheet, the second two on their own sheet, and the final four on their own sheet?
In making my label printer, I will need to set the print area for multiple sheets based on a range generated in a cell. E.g. Sheet1 might need cells A1:P1200 set as print area, Sheet2 might need cells A1:G694 set as the print area, Sheet3 might not need to be printed, etc..
I have no problem generating a formula to state what the print area for each sheet should be, respectively, but passing that info into VBA has me really stumped. (Using indirect in the Page Setup menu doesn't work after the value has changed, it changes the value to a static reference, which is bizarre). I suspect I'd want to use the Sub Workbook_BeforePrint, but I'm not 100% on that. I will generally have 3 or more specific sheets selected using a button-triggered macro that gets a cell value of sheet names and selects those sheets.
Basically I need the macro to select clusters of zeros in each of the columns with a label of 10 characters (this is an arbitrary number I chose when writing the macro), and if the values of the cells immediately above and below the cluster are the same, change the value of the zeros to the value of those cells, otherwise, the value of the custers remain as zero. So far I have the following code.
can shut off the automatic calculation of a particluar worksheet or better yet, certain areas of a workbook, leaving the remainder of the workbook as Automatic? For example, a workbook with Sheets 1,2,3 and 4. Can Excel 2007 be set for automatic calculations on the entire workbook except for Sheet3?
'Get all the sheets 'y = 3 Sheets(1).Select Worksheets.Add Sheets(1).Name = "OM Files" For J = 2 To Sheets.Count With Sheets(J).UsedRange x = Sheets(J).Name If x "xxx" Then .Resize(.Rows.Count).Copy _ Sheets(1).Range("A65536").End(xlUp)(3) End If End With Next Application.DisplayAlerts = False
I have an Excel sheet that I want to scroll up and down and I want an area in the upper right-hand corner to display static information. This information could change as more input into the sheet is performed, but it always must remain in the upper right-hand corner.
For example, let's assume the sheet has 200 rows to enter in a credit card application. There would be an area in the upper-right that would display information for some of the cells that were typed in. So as you type information, labels would display information from the form. I know that I can program the selection change event to re-position the box and labels, but if I scroll off the screen, the area does not stay there until I click on a cell on the page. I am using XL2003.
I have a userform that has two comboboxs on it. When the user clicks and selects an item in combobox 1 the code will highlight an area of cells that I set before. When the user clicks and selects an item in the combobox2 I need a piece of code that will highlight a second area of cells while still keeping the first areas of cells highlighted.
How I have it set up now if the combobox1.text = "Monday" then the cells B6:H20 are selected. But when the combox2 click event fires and selects another range of cells the first range selected by the combobox1 event is unselected. Is there a way to keep both areas selected?
I have been conducting seasonal characteristics of the availability of certain fruits and vegetables in the region I am in (Italy), now I want to compare the data from my first seasonal characteristics region (Texas). My goal is to see trends, view characteristics of climate in that given month in an easy view.
I have data for both lists containing over 50 vegetables / fruits each. Along with different side notes that show factors of each month like climate, availability, flavor profiles, and cooking techniques.
Is it possible to put it into format showing a 12 month period, (jan, feb, mar,......) and then putting the type of fruit/vegetable to see trends? along with adding the side notes...
My code is below. See how I have repeated the same code over and over for each row. Is there a shorter way to write this, perhaps a cleaner way. Im not an expert and I write what I know and most of that is long code that can be shortened.
How to do a ranking for productivity based on goals in six categories for my employees. I want to be able to rank them on these key categories and rank them based on the best average. For instance:
Employee #001 Ranked 1st in Sales per Hour, 3rd in Avg Transaction Amount, 2nd in Multiple Sales, 5th in Accessory Percentage Employee #002 Ranked 2nd in Sales per Hour, 1st in Avg Transaction Amount, 1st in Multiple Sales, 4th in Accessory Percentage
I want to factor against the goals to determine each individual rank for each category and then rank based on the combination of them all.
I haven't gotten to all the additional conditional formatting but recall how to do this with ease, but the sheet in its basic format is present in the attachment below.
I produce spreadsheets which is conditionally formatted to be both functional and aesthetically pleasing. The tables are separated by one line, and can easily be defined by VBA, I was wondering if it is be possible to export them as image files via vba? I know it can be done for graphs, but not sure about defined sections of the worksheet?
I have a situation which I hope is fixable. I have frozen panes above and to the left of cell F5, therefore all columns to the right of column E scroll left and right and all rows below row 4 scroll up and down as required. My problem is that I also need the whole top row to remain static all the time.
I have a column of the date of sales. (several hundred lines long) and each line has the name of the item sold. I need to complete a report showing how many sales of each item per date. Date of sale in one column and the name of the product in another.
I have a spreadsheet that lists values for different grid lines. On top of each set of data, I have labels each line "Line A", etc. I want to put in possibly a pull down menu at the top of the sheet that the user could use to jump to whichever line they were interested in viewing. For example, if the user needs data from Line L, they could select Line L from the drop down menu and the spreadsheet would jump down to that area.
i am making a spreadsheet for recording employee telesales activity each day. administrators will update a shared workbook each day with the information
employee names are across the top and the activities are down the side (calls, CVs sent, interviews, meetings) each day has it's own block of data. on a friday I would like to run a macro to select these blocks and paste them into the first free row on a separate worksheet.
i have something similar working elsewhere which copies one column and pastes that into the last free column of a new sheet but i have no idea how to do it for rows going down a page. I have attached a file example to clarify.
I'm just stuck on a final thing......I would like the pivot table to collapse based on the outcome of a formula. For instance I've got a project that has A, B, C, D as component parts, these parts all have a percentage work completed. If let's say A is a 100% complete I would like to automatically collapse A, so it will just show the summary for A. Obviously this can be done by hand, but since there is quite a lot of data I would like to automate the proces.
I'm trying to make a chart viewer on the first sheet of my spreadsheet and am using this website as a guideline, [URL] However instead of the 3 charts in the example, I have 12 which makes my formula for defining a name substantially longer.
By moving my charts to the same sheet and getting rid of the INDIRECT formulas, I shortened my formula to 291 characters which is too long as the limit is 255.
If Average GMV (Cell A1) is less than 75% of Average BP (Cell B1), use Average GMV, however the Average GMV or Average BP can't be less than $600 million. Multiply the result by .01*1/3. Below are two equations I've created, however each of them only solves one part of the problem.
Essentially Average BP would be used, unless Average BP was something like $900,000,000 and Average GMV was around $650,000,000. At this point Average GMV is 72% of Average BP and above the $600,000,000 minimum.
Knowing Excel adapts its formulas upon inserting a row (i.e. a sum formula will automatically include a new row inserted in the middle of its range). Is it possible to do this with a named range. I have a pivot table that serves as a table for a vlookup, but the table sometimes changes month to month with extra accounts. I need to be able to keep the formula even though the table changes, so I figured a named range would help me out but it still doesn't accomplish what I need it to do. So basically, is there a way to make the Named Range, say AGroup (A1:C5) extend to (A1:C7) if 2 new rows are added in?