the if stattement works perfectly and does exactly what i want except when it comes to the else part. if there is no error the statements are run perfectly but if there is an error (in this case the error is generated when a match cannot be found in the spreadsheet) the else statement doesnt kick in and post the msgbox. the code just crashes. and returns an error 1004 on the line i have highlighted in yellow
res = WorksheetFunction.Match(invvar, Columns(1), 0) If Not IsError(res) Then
Before I go into details I am working in one workbook with several worksheets(Tabs) in the workbook. I have three Buttons on one tab. the button I am having trouble with is the third. I want to insert a column in a separate tab that contains approximately 87,000 rows of data. I then want to do a row count and select the empty cells in the inserted column and put a formula in there. I have tried a loop VBA code and it works, but it takes about 30 minutes to run all the way through. The underlined portion is what is higlighted with error 1004: Application-defined ro object-defined error. I am not sure how to fix this. This is what I have now:
I'm using VB 6.5 and Excel 2007. I've got a workbook that has code that creates another workbook (by copying sheets out of the current workbook) and drops a button on that workbook and creates a macro for that button. Everything works except one thing which gives me
Runtime Error 1004: Unable to update the Caption Property of the Button Class.
If I run the code manually (rather than calling the subroutine from from within another subroutine) it runs without error but if I call it from within the subroutine that copies sheets from the original workbook to a new workbook I get the error. Any idea why this might be? What I might be doing wrong? The code for this subroutine is as follows:
Sub CreateButton() Dim btnMyButton As Button Set btnMyButton = ActiveSheet.Buttons.Add(460, 75, 140, 30) btnMyButton.Caption = "Delete and Update Charts and Lists" End Sub
I have a relatively complex report that I work with and a worksheet is no longer required. I have deleted the worksheet and reference to it hwoever when running the macro to pull all the data, it gets to the summary of all the data and i get the Run Time Error 1004 Application-defined or object-defined error pop up. ON reviewing it, it is on this line ActiveCell.Offset(0, 0).Range("a1:a" & Range_Height).Select of the below code...
VB: Sub GetRangeName() Sheets("TOTAL").Select
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I have a simple function below to put in different forumlas in different cells to get stock quotes. When I run this I get runtime error 1004 application-defined or object-defined error. The first formula goes through but vba chokes on the next formula: ActiveCell.Offset(I - 1, 4).Formula = username
I am trying to copy the info from one workbook to another workbook.
I keep getting the above referenced error...
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Dim filepath As String filepath = Range("A100") MsgBox ("File Appended") Workbooks.Open (filepath) Windows("CorrespondenceMaster.xls").Activate Sheets("Sheet2").Select Range("DesNo", "LocationPath").Select Selection.Copy Windows(filepath).Activate Range("A2").Select ActiveSheet.Paste End Sub
I have a sheet that will force user to enable macro before revealing the sheets and enabling them to key in data. But because I need to protect the workbook from user deleting sheets and also having some locked cells. I got the run-time error 1004 unable to set visual property of worksheet class
Is there a limit on the amout of pictures you can use with the statement me.pictures.visible? Reason being, I am trying to import 119 pictures into a spreadsheet. When the information is selected form a drop down list, it pulls up the 1 of the 119 pictures. I was able to get 54 pictures input. Everything was going great until the 55th. When it stared giving me an error... ______________________________________________ Runtime Error '1004':
Unable to set the Visible property of the Pictures class ______________________________________________
When I select Debug, it takes me to the line with Me.Pictures.Visible = False
Everything seems to work fine until I enter the 55th picture. If it is that, is there a viable work around?
I'm trying to create a macro that will take a worksheet from an Excel workbook, and save it as a text file, with the name determined from user input, and the location being the desktop of the currnet user's computer.
First I use a function, (provided by RoyUK), to get the name of the current desktop, then I try to use that name, along with my user input, so save the file. Obviously, it's not working, or I wouldn't be here. I get a "Run-time error '1004': The file could nto be accessed". I think it's just a syntax issue with the file name, because debug takes me to the "SaveAs" portion of the macro.
Im almost finished my first code where the basic idea was to make activecell.name=activecell.value in the first column for the first 3 sheets. After messing with it i figured i couldnt have spaces in the cell name...then i learned i couldnt have random '()-'/ either. So i have the code formatted to do that and then its supposed to call to rename everything as well. but after the 1 sheets column is renamed the 2nd sheet gets error 1004 when range("A3").select is hit. What gives?
This is what ill be using the code on
Here is the code
Code: Sub RemoveChars() ' Works through first 3 sheets ' Sheets(1).Select
When I run the following code it keeps giving me a runtime error 1004.
Code: Sub ImportData() Dim fNameAndPath As Variant Dim wb As Workbook Dim cNextRow As Long Dim Ans As String NextRow = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("Errors").Range("B" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row + 1 cNextRow = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("Compare").Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row + 1
When running a Macro I am getting an error message as follows:
Run-time error '1004':SQL Syntax error
The line of code which appears to be effected is:
I dont really know what this part of the code is trying to do and why it is highlighted yellow when I try and run the code. I am basically importing data from Access to Excel and this line is the last line of the code. If I remove this line, the error does not occur and the code completes. However, the data from Access is not imported so I am assuming it is an important part of the code!
why the following code would error out in line 2 on one workbook but not another? I copied the one line, then the two and then the entire code from one workbook to another. It works in one, but not in the other. (Error 1004)
Dim FirstBlank As Range Set FirstBlank = Range("A5").End(xlDown).Offset(1, 0)
I am using the below code to select some spreadsheets under a folder, open them, select the entire font, change it to Arial and close the file. I am passing the file names from Column A and calling the below procedure in a loop. Everything works fine except the below problem.
If the file name I passed doesn't exist or the file is not accessable, I am getting an error message "File cannot be accessed. The file may be read only......" with two options "Retry" and "Cancel". When I click Cancel , it takes me to my code and stops at the line marked in red with Run-Time error '1004', Method 'Open' of Object 'Workbooks' failed. When the above error occurs , I need to just pass the value "ERROR" to ErrMsg filed and proceed further with the next file name.
Sub ChangeFont(FileName As String) Dim objXL, objWb, objR ' Excel object variables Dim Title, Text, tmp, i, j, file, name Dim strPathToSaveTo As String Dim strFileName As String Dim wkb As Workbook Dim wkb2Print As Workbook strFileName = FileName Application. ScreenUpdating = False Set wkb2Print = Workbooks.Open(strFileName) Cells.Select With Selection.Font .name = "Arial" .............
I am getting a 1004 error "Paste method of range class failed"
I'm opening a workbook, copying the Detail Budget worksheet, switching to the active workbook, unprotecting the sheet in the active workbook and then pasting the copied worksheet. Both sheets are named Budget Detail. Any ideas?
Using either the pastespecial or activesheet.paste gives the error.