Issue with array that's bolded The way it is set up is to rename the 3rd sheet to MyFileName and rename the last sheet to MyFileNameTwo. The file names will remain constant. They will always be the 3rd and last sheets, but the number in between will vary. Is there anyway to select the 3rd sheet through the last sheet to delete these? When I use the array it wants sheet names but those are based on multiple variables in other workbooks.
i have a procedure that imports data & splits it by staff name, creating a separate sheet for each person
i wanted to ensure if the code was run twice it wouldn't throw up errors trying to name sheets with names already used, so used the following code to delete all sheets apart from the 2 sheets containing my base data (sheet names for these are IDs and base data)
Dim ws As Worksheet
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
For Each ws In Worksheets If ws.Name <> "control sheet" Or ws.Name <> "IDs" Then ws.Delete Next ws
Application.DisplayAlerts = True End Sub
unfortunately, apart from a chart sheet (which i actually want deleted) this code deletes all sheets including the 2 i don't want deleted
I have two sheets. One of them has a long list of numbers and the other one has a shorter list, all of which are also on the first sheet. How can I automatically delete the second sheets numbers from the first sheet?
I'm pretty new to coding from scratch in VB, and I've got some code that should loop, but it doesn't. The idea eventually will be to download a spreadsheet, make a new sheet for every item in a range, and then filter for each of those items and put it in the right sheet. I have to code to create the sheets (lightly modified from something I got here)
Sub CreateSheets() 'Written by Barrie Davidson For Each c In Sheets("FilterList").Range("b2:b74") Sheets.Add ActiveSheet.Name = Right(c.Value, 30) Next c End Sub
That's working well, so I've tried to modify it so that it will also delete sheets based on the same range. I've gotten it to delete the first item in the range, but then it stops.
For Each c In Sheets("FilterList").Range("b2:b74") Application.DisplayAlerts = False Worksheets(c.Value).Delete ActiveSheet.Name = Right(c.Value, 30) Next c End Sub
By the way, I don't know what the ActiveSheet.Name = Right(c.Value, 30) line does, but I put it in since it was in the code I was modifying.
Is it possible for a macro to delete any sheet that within a workbook that does not match a specific list of sheets. For example a workbook will always have Sheet1, Sheet2, Sheet3, Sheet4... but it can have many other sheets added to it. The names of the sheets can be completely different however the sheets that I want to keep will always have the same name.
I've just set up a workbook full of pivot tables linked to an access database. The book will be used by several individuals interested in both the statistics presented in the tables and in the details underlying them. My concern is the accumulation of the extraneous sheets generated by drilling down to details. Is there any code I could use that would delete these sheets as soon as the user leaves them?
I've got a workbook that I'm currently designing and I've just realised that I need to delete a few sheets, paste in some new template sheets and rename them. The problem is, I've already completed my summary sheets and I don't want to have to redo the values. Essentially, I just want to (temporarily) turn off auto-updating of formulas when cells / sheets are changed/moved/deleted.
For practical purposes: I need to delete the sheet named "Jan", paste in a new sheet "MonthTemp", rename "MonthTemp" to "Jan" and have all my formulas not updated (e.g. still referencing "Jan" instead of "#REF!")
whenever you want to delete a sheet, excel would prompt you to ask you if you are sure you want to delete the sheet. im making a vba so that the sheets will delete upon workbook close, but i dont want to be prompted everytime to be sure to delete it when running the vba macro. Also, i would like to avoid being asked to save any changes to my workbook
I have a macro which creates and names worksheets. I am making a button which also deletes the latest of these created worksheets, but doesn't delete other sheets. I am getting the error: Run-time error '424': Object Required. Here is my code for deleting the sheet:
MSCount stores the highest "MS#" sheet.
The first line of the IF statement is where the error is.
I am trying to write a macro that takes the value in cell B2 from a workbook called ""numbers" in a worksheet called "summary," and creates a new worksheet in a workbook called "filestransfer" that is named the same thing as the value in cell B2 from "numbers." That part is done.
So I have a macro that creates a monthly set of reports, but some of them only relate to period 5 onwards. I wanted the macro to check whether a folder exists for periods 1 to 4, and if so, delete the folder and all the files inside it. I've used the following...
Code: If Period < 5 Then If Dir("I:AcctsCentral EngineeringEngineering Reporting Pack2012-131 April 20122-2 Reports - 4+8 Reforecast") "" Then Kill "I:AcctsCentral EngineeringEngineering Reporting Pack2012-131 April 20122-2 Reports - 4+8 Reforecast[code]....
but the macro just skips straight through the secondary IF statements without stopping.
I know this works on deleting files, and presumed it did too for folders, but it doesn;t.
I am looking to find and delete email addresses in this case *@aol.com. I have only one column which is full of email addresses, I just want to delete all of the @aol.com ones in this case. This is the macro I am trying to use, but it does not work.
For Each cell In Range(Range("a2"), Range("a65536").End(xlUp)) If cell = "*@aol" Then Range(cell, Cells(1, Rows.Count)).EntireRow.Delete Exit For End If Next cell
I have a couple of macros in the book that plug through a list of "stores", input the store number in a cell, then copy the results to a new workbook, value out the formulas, and save it, before moving onto the next store. There are also 2 types of stores, "STORES" and "CORPORATE", and the sheet toggles some things based on this input. One of those things is a "ON CHANGE" macro that hides and unhides rows appropriately. Everything works in my Master sheet, but the problem is that once I copy the page (and the macro embedded) to a new workbook, I save to a lower version of Excel and it all gets hung up on the embedded macro.
Is there a way to disable/delete the macro once it goes to the new book? I've tried "Application.EnableEvents = False" and i think this is the right route, but i think maybe i'm placing it in the wrong place(s).
I am dealing with data sets from various instruments that have different sample rates. I am deleting data points I don't need from some of the sets with higher sample rates so that all the data is on the same time scale.
The macro I have is super simple, but incredibly slow. I'm simply deleting every other cell down a column.
Sub OATcondense() Application.ScreenUpdating = False Do While ActiveCell <> "" ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Delete Shift:=xlUp ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select Loop Application.ScreenUpdating = True End Sub
I want a macro which can detect empty cell in rows and can delete whole row in which that empty cell is .and want to shift rows up. Macro should start searching empty cells from Column B meaning that It should not delete cells in Column A.
And I want this function in all sheets except parent sheet at position 1.