I want to display a message box to user upon opening a file. When the message box is displayed I want to display two buttons.
Button 1 = “Continue”
Button 2 = “Cancel”
If the user selects button 1 (“Continue”), I want the file to remain open and the message box will close.
If the user selects button 2 (“Cancel”), I want the file to close.
There is one condition that must be met for the “Continue” button. The message contains some disclaimer information. When the message box first appears on the screen, the “Continue” button is disabled. To make the “Continue” button active, I want to add a Check Box to the Message Box with a caption that reads “I agree to the Terms and Conditions”. Once the user places a checkmark in the Check Box, the “Continue” button will become active.
I'm a novice at VBA and I want a dialog box to display a welcome message once the user opens the excel file (worksheet). I can write the code to display a MsgBox but I can't make it to display the MsgBox once the file is open. I'm learning VBA by trial and error.
I have bit of code that: (1) opens another spreadsheet (2) updates that spreadsheet (3) saves that spreadsheet (4) closes that spreadsheet
If the spreadsheet that requires updating is open by another user, I display a message indicating the file is open and no updates occured. There are about 20 persons within the organization that may have this file open? Is there away to display the username of the person who has the file open?.
how to make a MsgBox open anytime a cell in Column A was double-clicked--and the content of the MsgBox was from the cell in the same row in column Z. I've now realized the double-clicking isn't an ideal solution, as it's easy to click in another cell and mess up all the formulas.
(1) Code that deactivates the "edit directly in cell" option when the workbook is opened.
(2) Code that opens the MsgBox when a cell in Column A is clicked just once (or similarly less fool-proof than double-clicking or right-clicking).
I may be misunderstanding the point of error.type() command. I'm wanting an error message to appear once a cell goes below 0. So far, I've only managed to have the error message appear all the time, or never.
in column A of a spreadsheet a date needs to be entered manually, however i cannot have it so it can be backdated or a weekend. I have seen a message box pop up if you try and enter a date prior to today saying , Please enter todays date , then gives you an option Retry Or Cancel. But im not familiar with this function.
Is it possible to have this if a date is enter and is either a weekend or a date less than today ?
I want to sort the information that will be displayed in a message box just before it's displayed, is this possible. I can't do this in the worksheet because it would conflict with how I have the worksheet sorted already. Here's the last portion of the code that will display what I want in the message box. I want to sort by the... Requested on: " & mpNames.Cells(i, 2).Text & " this column has a date and time in it and I want the sort to use this information to sort the message box.
If .Cells(i, "A").Value = mpTestName Then
mpMessage = mpMessage & mpNames.Cells(i, 1).Value & _ " (Requested on: " & mpNames.Cells(i, 2).Text & ", Leave type: " & mpNames.Cells(i, 3).Value & _ ", Start Date on: " & mpNames.Cells(i, 4).Text & ", End Date on: " & mpNames.Cells(i, 5).Text & ")" & vbNewLine & vbNewLine
End If Next i
If mpMessage "" Then
MsgBox mpMessage, vbOKOnly + vbInformation Else
MsgBox "Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah", vbOKOnly + vbInformation End If End With End Sub
When the user enters a date (A1), that date is cross-referenced with a database to determine 1 of 3 results, in which the results are displayed in A3 as follows - Date out of range. (value="DOR"), No records exist. (Value="NRE"), Records exist. (Value="RE").
Once the date is entered and the corresponding value determined, I would like to have a ppo-up message appear with options:
Date out of Range. Message: "Date falls out of range of operating season. Please re-enter." ** I think I can use validation to take care of this. **
Message "Would you like to import data?" Yes - open external application No - default A1 to current date and await user input
Records Exist. Message " x Diamond Records; y Field Records; z Court Records " where x y z are numeric values based on lookup from the referenced database Message "Proceed to data" Yes - takes used to next new worksheep No - default A1 to current date and await user input
How / where do I code this to activate after the user enters a valid date?
I am looking for is VB code to firstly have a message box with an input box on (that bit i can do). The text and number put into the message box is then used to search the table for the information that relates to it.
The ideal would be for the code to find the data and then copy it either to the clipboard or to a section of the workbook.
The tables I am searching can be put into which ever format is easiest. Below is an example table;
I have been using the GetOpenFileName method and a message box to return the filepath of a file and saving the filepath in a variable called Filepath. This worked just fine.
What I want to be able to do is display the the file path at any time in a message box, but not sure how to do this. I tried displaying the message box in a form and was going to look for some way to call the form, but the form does not return the message.
My code for this is as follows:
Module 1 Sub getfilepath() Dim filepath As String filepath = Application.GetOpenFilename(FileFilter:="All Files (*.*), *.*", Title:="Select a file") UserForm1.Show End Sub
Userform 1 Private Sub OkButton_Click() Unload UserForm1 End Sub...........
I am just having a problem where at the end of my macro, the macro is looking for a value in a cell and there is no value at the end of the game for it to paste so I get an error. Instead of getting an error, I would like the macro to display, "You win!", if cell e1 is =1, "You lose!", if cell e1 is =2, and "tie game", if cell e1 is =0.
I have a workbook with 2 worksheets. The first sheet provides a summary showing the last date a person attended a specific course.
The second worksheet is a list of all courses, attendees, dates, and status. I need a function that will match the attendee and course from the Master and display the date from the master in the corresponding cell on the summary sheet....
I have a spreadsheet and a macro that creates a new sheet and enters some data into the sheet. The user gets to make some changes to the created sheet and then prints it out. I was wandering if there was any way to have a message coming up every 10 minutes remindnig the user about the new sheet untill it was printed out and then the warnings would stop. Could anyone sugest a good way to do that?
I have a workbook that can open a URL into IE when a project number is entered in an input box.
What I would like to happen is that if the project number entered does not have a URL against it and the value is #N/A, then the message box will display "Project does not exist". However if the number does exist, I want a different message box to be displayed which is a yes/no box.
The code below is what I have tried which works fine if the cell value is #N/A but when it is not it throws an Run-Time error 13: Type mismatch
Code: Sub SearchPidsMessageBox() Dim Answer As String Dim MyNote As String
I m trying to input values of an protected cell and an error dialog will display. my question is how to invoke that error dialog through vba? i have attached that error dialog for your perusal, see .jpg attachment
i have a routine which loops through a range looking for past dates and when it finds one display the result in a message box in my testbook i only use 25 rows but it gets annoying having to click ok for every find....is it possible to collect all results and display them in the message box at one time?
Private Sub Workbook_Open() Dim Mycell Dim Rng Set Rng = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("B1:B25") For Each Mycell In Rng If Mycell.Value < Date Then MsgBox Mycell.Offset(0, -1).Value & " Is Overdue By " & Date - Mycell.Value & " Days, Take Action Now!", vbOKOnly, "Tasks Overdue" End If Next Mycell End Sub
I'm trying to generate a message box when a lookup cell returns the #N/A error value.
The lookup formula (=VLOOKUP(O8,Prod_Lookup,6,FALSE)) is in a "helper column" and returns a value of 0 if there is no entry in the lookup source sheet, but returns a value of #N/A if a non-matching date is entered in the active worksheet.
I have the following, but need some help in getting it work correctly. At present, it doesn't trigger the message box to pop up.
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)
Dim Prod_Val As Range Dim note1 As String
Set Prod_Val = Worksheets("C_Data").Range("P8:P7000")
note1 = "Brazer PPM cannot be calculated because the Daily Production Count" & vbLf & _ "has not been entered for this date." & vbLf & vbLf & _ "The Daily Production Count must be entered prior to entering the daily leak data." & vbLf & vbLf & _ "Upon clicking the OK button you will taken to the Production Count sheet to enter the data."
I want to display a comment/note that is always visible however:
*The text in the comment should change "only when" the user of my worksheet "clicks" on a specific cell in the worksheet; *I do not want that a comment appears/disappears/ changes when the mouse moves over any of the cells *I do want that the same comment/note is used to display different text when the user clicks on another cell in the worksheet *I do want that the user can position this comment on his screen where he wants it to be.