I have a huge spreadsheet that I want to be able to sort through and delete the unwanted rows. I want to do a search for anything in column C that equals 2225 including the next row after and delete the rest. Here is an example...
Need to solve my problem in the thread "Type Mismatch Error Message". Now a new problem has come up in the same code, so - according to the rules - I've started a new thread. (This one is most likely due to my poor knowledge of VBA syntax).
Sub Delete_invalid_rows() Dim i%, j% Dim Nr%, valid As Boolean, BYPdata As Boolean Dim ar1 As Variant Dim ar2 As Variant Dim ar3 As Variant Dim ar4 As Variant Nr = 20 ar1 = Array(11, 14, 19, _ 20, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, _ 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, _ .................
If I have a table (see below), is it possible to create a macro to delete rows that do not have defined data. In the example below, I would want to delete rows 4 through 7 as there is no date in Columns B through D.
A B C D 1 2008 100 200 300 2 2009 500 600 700 3 2010 800 900 1000 4 2010 5 2011 6 2012 7 2013
I have a formula that does exactly what I need , it fetches negative stocks from sheet 1 , but the formula places the data exactly on the same row where the negative is , thus there are a lot of in between data not required , Yes I can copy paste special values and remove blank rows , but the macro will do it faster
I have put together a macro that will delete rows (called DeleteUnwantedRows) in a spreadsheet that contain the phrases "no further action" and "not applicable" ... However the macro does not appear to be working.
What I need is a macro to delete a row or rows for a specific range of cells (eg. E20 to E58) when the cells in that range column E is = blank. The cells in column E is formated with a currency sign $. Deleting the row should shift up all rows below. I need to run this macro manually. Excel 2002 SP3.
I have attached a worksheet to illustrate a "Before" (raw data) and "After" (desired results).
Each row contains data on a forex trade. The variables which must be assessed in each row are:
Currency Pair (e.g. GBP/USD). Opening Time Closing Time
What I need to do is delete many rows in the raw data because they reflect a condition I do not want in my analysis, which is having multiple open trades of a single currency pair during the same time period.
To perform my analysis I need to delete all trades (rows) which meet the above condition.
The worksheet provides examples, along with a rudimentary tool I've used to help me sort/delete rows manually.
Since I am looking at thousands of trades, a manual sort/delete is impractical. (my eyes don't like this kind of work!)
The rudimentary tool I've used in manual sorts/deletes is simply to have a column which returns a "1" if a trade opens before an older trade has closed. I do this by first sorting the data by (a) currency pair then (b) date opened. Then I must manually go through multiple iterations of deleting trades until there all of the "1's" have disappeared.
I'm hoping someone can show me a macro which might do this sorting/testing/deleting automatically, at least to the point where all I have to do is repeatedly press a "macro" button until there are no "1's"
I have a daily worksheet that will always have 9 columns. The end of the data contains some rows that contain all zeros. The number of rows will vary from day to day. Is there a way to specify that "if the cells in columns A:I contain a zero, delete the entire row"?
In the sample below I need a macro that will delete the entire rows where the data is repeated in a given column---that is, that it would delete the repeat ones, leaving one of them. In this example, in the first set, all that should be left are two rows which contain ME22N and MR8M in column E. ME22N is repeated two more times and those rows need to be deleted.
If I could get a macro that would ask for the column to operate in, that would be great for other spreadsheets where it would not necessarily be column E.
ABC DE MACLEOLLynn MacLeodP0040104ME22N MACLEOLLynn MacLeodP0040104ME22N MACLEOLLynn MacLeodP0040104ME22N MACLEOLLynn MacLeodP0040104MR8M
I need a macro to delete rows that contain specific data in column A. For example, in the attached spreadsheet below,I need the macro to look for data in rows A1 - A7 (highlighted in yellow) and then delete the rows. The same data occurrs several times in the spreadsheet. The macro will need to delete all rows where this data occurs in column A.
Microsoft Excel - Book2___Running: xl2002 XP : OS = Windows XP (F)ile (E)dit (V)iew (I)nsert (O)ptions (T)ools (D)ata (W)indow (H)elp (A)boutD9= ABCDEFGHI1
I want to create a Macro to be used on the Active Sheet that FIRST deletes all the rows that contain the following values in Column E. Here are the values contained in Column E that will result in deleting the whole row: PT, JK, BH.
Here is a data sample, the real data will have thousands of rows:
ROW 1 COLUMN E ROW 2 Work Code ROW 3 BN ROW 4 KL ROW 5 PT ROW 6 JK ROW 7 AL ROW 8 BH ROW 9 PT ROW 10 JK ROW 11 TU ROW 12 PT
Second, I would like the Macro to DELETE the ENTIRE Column E Not just the values in Column E.
I am creating a macro to tidy up a large data sheet. it is a list of products as follows:
Heading1Code; Heading2date; etc 12 12 12
15 15 15
The blanks beneath each series of products need to be deleted but they are variable and a macro that i write is not flexible enough to remove a variable number of blank rows beneath a variable number of each product.
I have a large workseet that I want to Delete all rows where value in column Q is > 9.99 and < 60.00. So the only rows left would be where column Q value is < 9.99 and > 59.99. (deleting out the middle amounts) I think this might be a nested If stmt but have not figured it out so I'm not sure if there is another way.
I need to run a macro to delete all the rows (except for the first 2) in a table. The table is named "Table1". The problem is the tables size is always different. Is there a way in VBA where I can resize the table to the original size?
I can use Find to find all all my rows where there is an "X" in a cell, and delete all the rows found that way (even if they are separated by other rows) in one fell swoop -MANUALLY. I use Find after having limited the area to be searched with a named array (so other "X's" don't get involved).
But when I record a macro with all the same moves, NONE of the Find code appears in the macro AT ALL....just the delete command. Hello? Relative reference (on the record macro toolbar) seems to have no impact.
So....the mission here is to delete entire rows wherever an "X" has been entered in a certain cell to mark the row for deletion...and those X's get there either through a DV list OR by a cell below the DV copying down the X from the DV cell above.
This is so because sometimes rows are "sub" to the one above, and if the one above is marked for deletion, then so must be the rows sub to it.
I have found this seemingly simple for...next loop here on the board:
For a = 1 To 50 If Cells(a, 17) = "x" Then Rows(a).Select Selection.EntireRow.Delete Next a
But the debugger reports a "next" without a "for" which is obviously there in dark blue as I suppose it should be.
If I could make this puppy work, I would sooner have it start from A2 and then go down from there to the last row -wherever that happens to be.
Macro to delete a row if it contains a particular value in a column. Say for example I have the following:
a b c d 1 x 2 x 3 4 x
I want to be able to put into my macro code that says delete all rows that contain an X in column B. So this would leave just Row 3 remaining.
I could also sort this data so that I get: a b c d 1 x 2 x 3 x 4
That way I just have to delete all the rows less than and equal to 3. Ultimately I'm trying to get a way for the macro to copy the rows that DONT have a value in a particular column. But I figured it might be easier to find a macro which would delete.
i am in need of a macro to delete the rows with data only which then leave the sheets cleared and ready to use the next day. if i create a macro to clear say fifty rows of data and then tomorrow there could be 75 rows of data and the macro will fail clearing the sheet. if there is a solution can i just say i can create macros but never stepped into them in visual basic to change them, i guess your thinking what do i do if the macro doesn't work. and the answer is indeed yes i delete it and start it from the begining again and again till i get it right.