From a combobox selection i filter a table for all entries containing the selected ID (from the combobox).
I first wanted to use selected columns from the resultant display (the filtered table) to populate another combobox so the user could drill down to the final selection that way, but seeing the mess i was getting involved in (I couldn't assign a range to the listfillrange of the other combobox) i think it might be best to settle for simply copying the visible cells to a new table on the selection page (the full database is on one sheet separate from the selection comboboxes and related controls), where the user can simply see the information needed on whatever line item they want - the number of filtered entries rarely exceeds five. What i can't understand is when i query the number of rows in the immediate window from the code snip below, it always comes back as "1", whether i do so on the full range or special visible cells.
To load another combobox i tired
I really would like to be able to do so for further refining, if not feasible, can work with just a display table.
Querying the reultant rows i simply tried:
In both cases, though the filtered table had 5 records displayed, the count was... 1.
1) Can the visible cells resultant table be fed into a combobox relatively easily and if so, how? 2) With the count of rows, what am i doing wrong?
I have pulled a SharePoint list into my workbook. The list object (table) is still linked to the SharePoint list, as I'd like to synchronize it later on. I have filtered it with an autofilter. I'd like to delete all of the visible rows. I have tried a billion things to no avail. I have been searching Google for hours now. None of the examples work.
In the sample worksheet, I need VB code to copy the formulas in column D, to paste them as values in the same cells (without removing autofilter by clicking on menu Data>Filter>Autofilter, then edit>copy>paste special>values).
I have a data table with all my data in it. I want to be able to filter the data, and have a column automatically calculate a running (or aggregate) sum of the filtered (visible) information in a particular column of the table.
If you glance at the attached sample spreadsheet (in 2nd post!), you will quickly see what I mean. I am searching for a formula for column L that will caculate a running sum for column K. In column T, you can see the results that I'm looking to reproduce in column L. Each cell in column T simply adds the K column value for that row to the previous value in column T (the cell above). However -- to my knowledge, and as in this case -- the formula for column T can only be copied down the column AFTER the table has been filtered.
in the sample worksheet, I need help with a VB code to copy the formulas in column D, to paste them as values in the same cells (without removing autofilter by clicking on menu Data>Filter>Autofilter, then edit>copy>paste special>values).
I'm using a named range called "VFILTER". This range is my filter range. Once the filter does it's thing, I want to set the first visible cell in column a to a variable...I can't get this right for the life of me!
.AutoFilter .AutoFilter field:=25, Criteria1:="TRUE" .Offset(1, 0).Resize(.CurrentRegion.Rows.Count - 4, 9).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).ClearContents 'set the first visible cell in column a to variable Set OutRange = .Offset(1).Resize(.CurrentRegion.Rows.Count - 4, 1).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible) End With
I would like to be able to find the largest visible area of continuous rows in a filtered table. I know one possible way would be to loop through visible cells using the "xlCellTypeVisible" property and count cells in each visible area. However, the data is consisted of tens and sometimes hundreds of thousands of rows so I was wondering if there is a faster, more efficient way to do this.
Need macro that changes the text in a particular field. Previously, the column to change was column 46 (AT), but now the column is column 1 (A). If I adjust the last line and run the macro, I get this error message: "Compile error: Invalid or unqualified reference".
I have a need to add or delete rows from a number of known sheet names using a table of variables on another sheet that tell me the start row of the sheet I need to go to and the number of rows I need to either add (ie copy rows and paste / insert these) or delete (delete rows).
There are multiple blocks of data I mey need to amend on each sheet and the values in my table of variables will change on each iteration (ie if I delete rows from the first block on a sheet, the start row for the 2nd block I need to amend will need to be updated in the table of variables before I can edit the 2nd block on that sheet).
I have been able to get the process to work for a single instance (ie one sheet and amendments to the first block of that sheet) but I can't figure out how to create the loop to elegantly move to the next set of variables and repeat the process for the 2nd, 3rd, 4th block etc on the first sheet and then move to the 2nd sheet to repeat the process etc.
Public Sub EditCurrentBlock() Dim rowcount As Integer Dim startrow As Integer Dim endrow As Integer Dim rowcountBal As Integer 'Dim selSheet As Worksheet (tried to use this to nominate the sheet variable but ' had problems so scrapped it)
'Reconfigure the GP Revenue block.................
What is required to delete the visible rows post filtering?
ActiveSheet.ListObjects("Table24").Range.AutoFilter Field:=9, Criteria1:= _ "Other" 'insert code to delete visible rows ActiveSheet.AutoFilter.Range.Offset(4).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).Cells(1, 2).Select ActiveSheet.AutoFilter.Range.Offset(4).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).Select ActiveSheet.AutoFilterMode = False Selection.Delete Shift:=xlUp 'this is where the error is occuring. End Sub
I'm trying to clean up several long worksheets by removing rows that don't contain a visable number or letter.
I want to remove all rows that only contain either empty cells, formulas that evaluate to a empty text string (""), cells that contain error values, or cells that contain zeros, or any combination of the previous.
I've stumbled onto the following, but it does not work.
I have a macro solved on another post that creates worksheets based on a Range and renames the new worksheet to the corresponding value. The range is edited on a regular basis, so to keep the file size down I need to remove any worksheets that no longer have a corresponding ID in the range.
The previous post is here
Sub CreateTimeline() Dim rng As Range Dim rCell As Range
I'm sure that I could amend the above code (also removing the copy worksheet condition) to check the worksheets and delete any that no longer have no corresponding value in the range from the worksheet name.
I am asking if it is possible to delete filtered rows? With code. What I mean is after setting a filter, then deleting all shown rows except row 1, (Titles) I did a search but nobody seams to have asked this yet, so recorded it, but that did not seam to enlighten me much either. Or is this the wrong approach, should I delete using a loop, using the filtered criteria as to say delete row, or move on to the next row?, this would be far more time consuming as when all can be deleted at once if possible of corse.
I have a table which is refreshed from a view on our SQL server. I use a part of this data further on and would like to automate the following: I would like to have a range set which I can use to loop through data. The range should hold the filtered data of table "PremiumTable", the columns "Grouping2", "Price", "Grower"
I have found a couple of posts giving the ability to create a range of visible cells and specific columns, but I wasn't able to combine this yet.
I'm trying to copy a whole bunch of tables with identical layout to a master table, so I can create a whole bunch of pivot tables that include data from ALL the various tables. The source tables MAY be filtered, and I can't work out how to copy them easily while also INCLUDING any hidden/filtered rows while at the same time leaving any filter settings on the source tables intact.
If I use something like range("Table1").Listobject.DataBodyRange.Copy then it only copies the VISIBLE rows.
But I want ALL rows to be copied to a master table.
1. I don't want to unfilter the sources tables, because users might still want the source tables to remain exactly as the user filtered them. (However, it doesn't matter if the DESTINATION list is filtered or not). I realise that I could copy the entire sheet to a temp sheet, then unfilter any tables on that sheet and THEN copy these to the master list. But wan't to know if there's a simpler way.
2. I DON'T want to use SQL to create a pivot table directly from the tables, because the tables will have further information added to them from time to time, and so if I use SQL to make a pivot directly from them, I'll have to recreate the pivot cache using that SQL query each time, which might muck up the settings in any existing pivot tables. I realise that I could use SQL to copy the data to a 'staging area', and just point the pivot table at that.
3. I can't use PowerPivot, because its not installed in this environment.