I've got a workbook with a sheet for every month containing clients serviced in the specific month. I've found thread to complie a search box, which is great, but it gives me the value of the search. I need the search to take me to the sheet where the adress of the result is. Please see below the code for the search box i used.
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
Dim ws As Worksheet
Dim cl As Range, rng As Range
For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets
Set rng = ws.UsedRange
Set cl = .Find(Me.TextBox1.Value, LookIn:=xlValues)
If Not cl Is Nothing Then
Label1().Caption = (cl.Offset.Value)
When I use VLOOKUP formula within a VBA routine ex: For LoopCounter = 1 to LastRow With Worksheets("0MATERIAL") .Cells(RowCounter, 5).FormulaR1C1 = "VLOOKUP(RC[-2],'0MAT_UNIT'!R1C1:R65520C12,4,FALSE)" End With RowCounter = RowCounter + 1 Next LoopCounter
How can I find out what row or cell address that the VLOOKUP found the data? The above code works perfectly but the problem is I need data from that same row in columns 4-11. I replicated the .Cells line above and made each one a VLOOKUP (for column 4, 5, 6, etc...) but this kills the performance. I have around 32,000 rows in sheet 0MATERIAL and around 50,000 rows within sheet 0MAT_UNIT
Below is the code to look in a specified sheet and find the values in the row where the combobox value is found. These values that populate into the Listbox when a Combobox value has been selected, are in the same row as the Combobox value, but offset 20 - 29 columns.
All is good in this section of code.
The Listbox has 3 coulumns. It is populated as follows: 1st column is the header in Row 1 of the the columns 2nd column is the actual numerical values(minus another value offset 80 columns) in the combobox specified row, and 3rd column is the actual numerical value address in the combobox row.
Code: Private Sub ComboBox1_Click() Application.ScreenUpdating = False If Me.ComboBox1.Value <> "" Then Me.ListBox1.Clear ' On Error Resume Next
The next code runs thwn the user double clicks a Listbox value. It basically enters the Combobox value and Listbox value to a sheet. All is good here, with the exception to placing the Listbox item address to the specified sheet cell.
For some reason i ALWAYS obtain the LAST possible address of the range of values (i = 20 - 29), instead of the actual item selected in the listbox.
Code: Private Sub ListBox1_DblClick(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean) With Sheets("DESPATCH") .Activate ActiveCell.Value = Me.ComboBox1.Value
How to rectify this to obtain the correct listbox address ?
I'm very new to excel. I need a formula to put in a column (I) that returns ONLY a five-digit zip code from the adjacent cell in column J, which is a full address. Nearly every entry is written differently, and many do not contain a zip code. I would like the cell to be blank if the cell in J contains no zip code .
I'm using the formula: =MID(J5,MATCH(TRUE,ISNUMBER(-MID(SUBSTITUTE(J5,"","#"),ROW(INDIRECT("1:"&LEN(J5)-4)),5)),0),5)
This formula sometimes returns -**** format numbers, considering them to be negative and still five-digit. It also returns #N/A if no zip code is present, and I would like this to be blank. I'm sure I can nest the formula within an IFF, but have not been able to make it work myself.
I have at the top of a table the titles and then 3 rows under it. the titles are text..whereas the rows filled with number.
What i want in a cell is to display the text(of the title) of a corresponding value in the same column!..[simply 'look for a specific number in a table,and display the title of that column).. i input all info but returns #value error!does it not work with text?
Assume the following list of addresses are all in separate cells of a single column (A1-A4). I just need the formula to extract the street addresses, and then a separate formula to extract the zip codes.
5430-44 PASCHALL AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19143 OPA/BRT#: 884350845
4010 MARPLE STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA 19136 OPA/BRT#: 651087200
2618 SOUTH HOWARD STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA 19148 OPA/BRT#: 391251216
5737 WOODCREST AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19131 OPA/BRT#: 522155600
I am struggling to find a macro which can look at a name in column 'BT' and search it in the address book of Outlook to then place the email address of that person in column 'ED'
There are 35,000+ people in the address book and there may be over 5 email addresses for one name, so is there any way a message can appear for the user to select which email address is correct if there is more than 1 contact for that name?
I have found many posts similar to what I am trying to accomplish, but nothing that I have been able to modify and make work. I need a VBA script that will find a cell with the text data "Difference" and copy the adjacent (to the right) cell's data. I then need to find a cell with text data "Ops" and paste the previous data to it's adjacent cell.
I need a macro or formula that can parse a column of data and if it finds a specific string of text ,then it changes another cell on that row to zero. It can have multiple text variables but all return the same value. For Example,
if artisan - matte - flat black artisan - matte brushed gold small - canvas - flat black
is found in a longer string of text
then it should change another cell on the same row to have a value of 0. Also i should mention that i need it to loop as it will be parsing through potentially thousands of rows.
I searched and I keep finding something that's not quite what I'm looking to do so I think I'm missing something really simple.
Let's say that I want each cell in col b to be the sum of 5 plus whatever value is in the cell adjacent to it on the left (col).
I know that you can just write a formula in each cell like...
b1 will be =sum(a1+5) b2 will be =sum(a2+5)
... but is there a shortcut so that you don't have to write out the actual cell address for each one?
Meaning - is there a predefined name or something that represents the cell to the left or right so you can just use that instead, allowing you to just copy paste the same formula all the way down the column? Something like...
b1 will be =sum(left+5) b2 will be =sum(left+5)
... where "left" represents whatever value is in the cell to the left of that particular cell?
I have a formula (AL15) to determine the address of the last column with a value greater than 1. =COUNTIF(C16:AC16,">=1")+2. I then use this column value to aquire the Absolute row "15" and the determined column=(ADDRESS(15,AL15,4)). This returns to me a Column value and row value that I need to use as a refference. How can I convert this returned value to a reference.
If a cell changes to true i want it to send an email to the address that is in another cell,
For example if F5 CHANGES to true then send email to address in G5,
From here i can add in the subject line, and body i just cant figure out how to get it to send to a specific email address based on the cell value, and also only do it once, when it changes to TRUE rather than everytime the sheet is active, so i would require a macro to constantly be running, or run of off the cell when it changes
I've a sheet that presents the profitability of sales locations in a geographic layout (similar to Tables in a restaurant), each sales location is a cell, with roughly 1,600 locations presented. Each location is colour coded based on performance / measure, in a basic thermographic way [e.g. dark blue for very poor, solid red for high performance] with users being able to change metrics and re-colour cells accordingly.
The sheet is already information rich, but I'm wanting to detect the cell address directly under the pointer and populate a text box or other cell based on the value in the cell directly below the mouse pointer.
My question is; Is there a simple way of detecting the mouse position on the XL Grid? nb. Want to avoid having to activate cell beneath pointer.
So I'm trying to merge some of the information found within two separate worksheets. I'm working with a list of ID#s that may or may not be found on both worksheets, and in a column on Worksheet1 I want to put some of the information found for the corresponding ID# on Worksheet2.
Now I've figured out how to check if an ID# on Worksheet1 exists within a column in Worksheet2 using the formula:
I want to return a result IF a certain value is found in another cell. I've attached a sample workbook, but here's a description:
On the "Inventory" worksheet, in column H, I want to lookup the quantity in column B from the "Warehouse Response" worksheet. If the Part # in column E of the response sheet is NI1088106, I want THAT value to show under the NI1088106 part number, and I want the quantities for the NI1089106 to show under that part number. Ideally, the result of the formula would show a "0" if no data is found.
Here's the formula I tried beside the NI1088106 data, but it's not giving the desired results: =IF('Warehouse Response'!E:E="NI1088106", VLOOKUP(LEFT(A3,3),data,2,0))
I need to pull data from Column C by looking at Column A. However it's not as simple as that. Under Column A, there are various fields, the first number represents a type of product and under what year it is currently in. So "300100" would represent a 3 yr product that is in it's third year, "210000" would be a 2 yr product in it's first year and so on. The problem is that when I pull data from the DB, some 3 yr products are flagged as products that are in their 4th or 5th years, which isn't possible. So I created an IF statement that takes this into account and ignores illogical combinations.
As you can see, I don't have the conditions "500010" and "500001" because it won't fit into the IF statement. Is there another way to go about doing this task? I've searched up the forums and someone recommended using the IF statement with VLOOKUP but I don't think it works in this particular case since I have 10 conditions.