I'm trying to put together functionality which allows the user to remove cell content within a selected row. I've chosen to remove the cell content rather than to delete the whole row because I need to maintain the 'Input Range'.
The code below is the script which I've put together to clear the cell contents.
Code: Sub DelRow() Dim msg Sheets("Input").Protect "password", UserInterFaceOnly:=True Application.EnableCancelKey = xlDisabled Application.EnableEvents = False msg = MsgBox("Are you sure you want to delete this row?", vbYesNo)
The code works fine if the user selects one row. However, if the user selects mutliple rows, although the text values are removed from all rows, only the 'Interior Color' is removed from the first rather than all and I'm not sure why.
I have a spreadsheet with a serial number is row 1 in column A with the rest of Row 1 empty. Column A is empty in Row 2, but has the data associated with the row above in columns B through L of Row 2. Then comes 2 blank rows and the pattern repeats with a new serial number in column A of row 5 and so on. I would like to move the serial number down one row, delete the now empty first row, delete the following 2 empty rows, and then loop to do the same thing again for all 9000 rows of the spreadsheet.
I have merged two workbooks into one. What I need to do at this point is to delete all rows that have a duplicate entry, basically anytime the cell content in one cell matches the cell content in the cell right below or above it, BOTH rows should be deleted. At this point, this is above my VBA skills so I'm asking for help in how to do this. The stripped version of the workbook is attached (only 100 rows) but in reality this is a huge workbook with almost 22,000 rows.
You will notice in the attached workbook, that cell contents for A2 and A3 match. For what I need to do, I need both rows (2 and 3) to be deleted. If you go down a bit, starting in row 89 all the contents in column A are unique so those need to remain.
I have a list in Excel, and it has the company in one column, and it's information in the next x rows until there is a blank row (4-7 rows). I get that you can copy the rows under the Company, transpose next to the company, and then delete the contents of the cells that you just took the data from, but I have 6200 rows do to this to, for 500+ companies. I tried recording a macro for two entries, and this is what I have (see below), but how do I modify this so that I don't need to type in every single range, and it will do it to the whole column? The data is in column A, I am posting in column B.
Basics for Macro Requirement:
1. Find the blank cell in row A 2. Skip the next cell/row (this is the company) 3. Select all the cells beneath the company cell, until it reaches the blank cell underneath 4. Copy, transpose these cells next to the Company cell (transpose in column B) 5. Delete the contents in row A that were just transposed 6. Find the next cell with data (company) 7. Repeat Steps 2-6
I have a sequence(or a series is more proper) of dates(without the hours) for. exapmple: 10/22/2007,1025/2007,10/25/2007. What I need is to insert rows with the missing dates. I found a VBE code for a macro which does the work but now the problem is that in some rows the dates are the same and if I have two times 10/25/2007 it adds the row with the next date after the first one and all messes up.
Range("A2").Select Do Until ActiveCell.Value = Empty If ActiveCell.Value = ActiveCell.Offset(-1, 0).Value + 1 Then ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select Else ActiveCell.EntireRow.Insert ActiveCell.Value = ActiveCell.Offset(-1, 0).Value + 1 ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select End If Loop
I am looking for a code that will search the contents for every row in Column B and count the first four letters, any other letters, which come after the first four letters; I would like the code to delete them. For example. If “Sell now” were in cell B1 it would become "Sell" or if “Vend later” were in cell B2 it would become “Vend”, and so on.
Is there a way using a macro to check each row in Column D and Column F for "0", so that when both columns in the same row have "0" and only when both columns in the same row have "0" the contents "0" in that row of Column D and F will be deleted?
What I need to do is starting at cell E251 of the Cheque Logging Sheet I need the code to check the cell for any contents and if there is nothing in the cell then DELETE THE CONTENTS then move to cell E250 and do the same all the way up to E2
My ACCESS problem is that even if the cells in Column E contain nothing the only way that I can upload the spreadsheet to Access is by deleting the contents of the empty cells. Currently I am doing this manually but I would rather sit back and have VBA do it for me...
I've been pressing on with my project and figured out that I really do not know the difference between Deleting and Clear contents. I really thought they were the same but am now unsure. I guess I have 2 questions. Which is better to use? what I'm doing is removing old data and importing new data. and which is more efficient for writing code.
The excel file has industrial information arranged by sector. The sectors are represented by six digit codes that are not strictly sequential. For example, a typical example of consecutive codes is 120011,120012,120030,120040,130011. There are upwards of three hundred sectors.
The data I am using is missing certain sectors - sometimes more than 30 at a time. I would like to find a quick way to identify the missing sectors and insert rows there, preferably with the first cell in the row being the missing sectoral code.
I have a similar problems with columns as well. But I can always just transpose the data and use whatever solution works for the rows.
ive tried creating a macro/code that when you open a certain workbook it automatically deletes the contents. you see i have a workbook containing 100 sheets that i need to update each week but i have to delete all the contents first, is there a quick way to do this when i open the workbook up?
I need a formula that would scan a given column for data, get the first available data from the first available cell ( D1 ), perform computation, input result in a different cell ( A1 ) and then delete the contents of D1 and move on the D2 and so on till end of data. So far I have been able to have the result in A1 but could not achieve the deletion of D1 contents. The purpose is to prevent the formula from scanning the data column from D1 again. In this way, the datawould be made available in one column and when the data have been processed the column would be empty and the result would be in another column.
I'm trying to write a procedure which will search the contents of Column B of my worksheet for the word "Total". Whenever the word "Total" is found in a cell within Column B, the entire row should be deleted.
I am processing an infinite set of data from a meteorological station here in Alaska which gives me half hourly data reading with a time stamp 00.00, 00.30, 01.00, 01.30, 02.00, 02.30 and so on.
I am using this formula to detect every time half hour reading is skipped (=IF(TEXT(MOD(B1936-B1934,1),"[M]")="30","","missing")) and it works pretty well. Still I have to check and manually insert extra missing for every half hour missing but that's bearable.
This formula inserts a "missing" every time it finds a gap.
My question is: How can I insert a row above every cell with "missing"?
how i might create a macro to attach to a button so i can delete the contents of all VALUE! cells. Either this or have a script in the background so no cell will return VALUE! (or any other error if possible)
I know if i had all the formulae sorted they might not butit's quite a large spreadsheet. The reason for the VALUE! error is text in cells that the formal points.
I want to delete the contents of every cell without deleting any code from my module. The reason I ask is, I'm reading from a text file into excel.
I want to run my code to read text into excel one time through. Then i want to delete all the text, make some alterations to my code, and run the code again. That way each time the worksheet is fresh and clear before i run the code.
I have tried many different ways of coming up with a solution of this problem without writing a VBA program, however, Excel's date and time formatting scheme seem to be tripping me up. As a result, I am trying to figure out what direction to go.
I have seached the board up and down looking for a solution and I have found one problem that is midly similar but I do not fully understand the code. I have tried to modify it but to no avail.
Here is my problem:
I have 9 columns of data that are reported in 15 minute intervals for a little over 3 years. There are missing data in the data set and it would be infeasable for me to manually find and replace the missing data. (Over 110000 rows of data)
Example of data (Where "/" delienates column seperation):
Date / Temp 2m / Temp 10 m / Radiation / RH / WindAve / WindMax / WindMin / Rain
So what I need to do is this: 1) Find which data times are missing 2) Add the appropriate amount of rows in between where the missing data would be 3) Add the correct dates to the new rows 4) Add "N/A" to the columns that have no data
You can see that my date and time are formatted in mm/dd/yy hh:mm
I found this on the website and was trying to modify it to my needs:
I'm trying to split the contents of a cell to a new row (with data from other columns on the row copying across) below the originating cells row. Most of the split cell macro posts I've seen split the contents to a new row at the bottom of a range, however I'm looking to split the contents to a new row directly beneath the original row where data will already exist. I don't want to copy over this data I just want to push the data down depending on the number of rows created.
The contents in the cell being split can vary (1:n), so the number of rows needed to be inserted depends on the count. The majority of the contents in the cell is separated by a line feed (Alt Enter) but some may be separated by a tab or comma.
Essentially what I'm trying to achieve is something from this A B C D