I've created some macros in Excel 2010 which I've added to the Quick Access Toolbar and want to show them using some of my own icons rather than the ones that show when you click the 'Browse' button. There is no option to navigate to any other location.
Is it possible to access icons other than the set provided?
When adding functions to the quick access toolbars in Excel 2007 sometime they do not have an associated icon with the function. The icon shows as a green circle. How to change the icons and also to have a selection of icons like you have had in previous versions of Excel?
which of these toolbars provides the better 'controls' to paste onto worksheets (as opposed to UserForms)? For those wondering, both toolbars contain some apparently similar controls, e.g., combo box, radio button, spinner etc. but there are differences in their behaviour it would seem...
I have been using Excel for some time now but just started working back with the Macros! Finally figured out that you had to turn on the Designer tab to get to some of the functionality of the macros. I havenít been able to find ANYTHING ANYWHERE to tell me how to create buttons or Icons in the 07 Excel!
I want to transfer my Excel-icons. Some of them are custom buttons where I have added user-defined functions. Is there any way I can do this? A list of icons with their function or purpose is OK as well.
I like to mark names of persons who have done consecutively well in last two years with green circle and those who have not with red circle using Icon sets. I have created 4 columns and filled 1st with names (Text), and other 3 columns are filled with their output scores (Numbers) over last three years (2010-12). Like to highlight those names who have done well in last two years (2011-12) as compared to the third year (2010).
For example: Names Score 2012 Score 2011 Score 2010 John 168 153 144 (should mark with green circle) Steve 201 182 181 (should mark with green circle) Mary 98 102 110 (should mark with red circle)
I've just finished writing some vb code that i need to assign to a button. Trouble is I select the control toolbox and put it design mode and all of the icons with the tool box are greyed out. pic attached below
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Problem solved: I inadvertently had selected more than one worksheet tab and this was stopping me from placing a button on the worksheet.
Is there any method to change the placement of conditional formatting icons. By default, the icons appear at leftmost part of the cell. Is there any way the icons appear at the centre with percentages (see attachment).
I'm trying to create a formula where I can show the trend of two values from one month to the next that shows wheather the results went up or down in a positive or negetive value. For example:
If I have a transfer % of 18% in October and November MTD is at 17% - the arrow would then reflect downward showing in green, as the lower percentage is better. but I need the arrow to show upward in Red if say the value for November MTD was 19% instead.
I tried conditional formatting and attempted an "If" formula. I must not have all the information to create the formula as it errors out on me. I can create it if only looking to reflect one arrow...
I ran a simple macro that I created in my workbook, got a run-time error, clicked debug, clicked reset to stop the macro running, and now all of the icons in my workbook are greyed out. I can select cells, change worksheets, enter information in cells etc....just I can't save the workbook, or select any of the icons on my ribbon / in the office menu. Would really like to avoid terminating the application as I made a number of changes that I didn't save (doh doh doh).
I have been working on automating IE. Part of my task involves using explorer to download a file from a given url and save it to disk. I've figured out how to launch explorer and start the download, but then a dialogue box appears asking whether to save the file and where to save it. how do I automatically get past this and save the file to e.g "quotes.xls"?
I'm trying to use macros in order to download subs directly from the Excel sheet. The idea is put the name of the film or television series in an exce cell. When you set enter, the vba programme search the subtitles into the web site (such as Search in 6.626.100 subtitles | SubtitleSeeker.com : Seek & Find Subtitles, or Subtitulos de Series - Comunidad hispana de traduccion de Subtitulos) and then download the right sub into a local folder.
I have found information about API for windows, and I used a code to download a statical file (without searching), but how to download files after queries.
I don't know why my Sum/Offset formula is not functioning correctly. =SUM(OFFSET(Download!H2,0,MATCH($B$3,Data!A1:P1,0)))
I'm trying to attain the sum of each name from the Download sheet tab but my formula returns a 0 instead of 2,181(the correct answer). The rows on the Download sheet are varies so I thought the Offset formula would be best. Could you review my spreadsheet and formula? Can this formula accommodate an exclusion criteria? example sum all the count except for the one with the maximum time from column D?
I have the following code that I want to download everyfile at the listed ftp site to a folder on my computer. I was thinking about trying to make a key with dates in thisworkbook sheet1 starting in cell A1 and have it loop through.
Code: Private Declare Function URLDownloadToFile Lib "urlmon" Alias "URLDownloadToFileA" (ByVal pCaller As Long, ByVal szURL As String, ByVal szFileName As String, ByVal dwReserved As Long, ByVal lpfnCB As Long) As Long
I have a list of 2000 hyperlinks (http) that I need to download, I'm working on a corporate network so I can't just use a mass download client. Cany anyone give me some guidance creating a macro to save the target of the hyperlink as a file then move on to the next hyperlink until the list is exhausted.
I need to do seems quite simple, I want to grab the source of a webpage into a string (where I'll then to some fiddling about with it to strip it down to the information which I need). Currently I'm trying to do it using the webbrowser object and meddling around with the .document properties, but I can't figure it out.
I have created some code that directs me to a web page, and i use send keys to navigate my way to the input field. In this input field I am trying to put a cell value in a range use send keys to download the file, and the repeat the process for the next cell.
Here is my code so far, it does everything right up until pasting the copied cell into the input section of the web page - the issue is it is pasting nothing
how can i use VBA tp download a file from a webpage? I've found the following that would display the source code of a webpage. I need to download a zip file and save it to the desktop.What alterations do I have to make?
Sub Downloadfile() Dim objHttp As Object Set objHttp = CreateObject("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP") Call objHttp.Open("GET", "http:\yahoo.com", False) Call objHttp.Send("") Call MsgBox(objHttp.ResponseText) End Sub
I have a code which get data from finance yahoo. When I run the code , it is giving User defined type not defined.
Private Sub UserForm_Click() Dim URL2 As String: URL2 = "http://finance.yahoo.com/" ' to get data from the url we need to creat a win Http object_ ' tools > references > select Windows Win Http Services 5.1
i am downloading data from a website and one column of cells contains the date and the time. i only need the date and i am trying to delete the time from all cells in the column. i've tried formating but the time stays in the cell. i could go through the whole column and delete the date and time and enter only the date but that is cumbersome. i was wondering if there is a way to delete the time and keep the date in the cell?