I have an Excel 2003 list with four columns as shown below:
Zipcode CRRT Count Bundles
85710 C004 693 14
85710 C005 867 18
85710 C006 1021 21
I want to "expand" this list to use in a Mail Merge program to produce tags for our direct mailing. Each bundle contains 50 letters, so in the first line on the above spreadsheet, there will be 13 bundles of 50 and 1 of 43. Currently, I can cut and paste to create the following table, but there has to be an easier way...
Zipcode CRRT Count bcount Bundle ibundle
85710 C004 693 50 1 14
So as I pull this into a mail merge I will get a tag that shows the zipcode, the crrt, the total pieces for that crrt, then number of the bundle for example " 1 of 14" and the quantity in that bundle, for example "50 of 693", then the next bundle tag will print, 3 to a page. I know that here has to be an easier way either in the mail merging process itself or with EXCEL? Am even open to build these with ACCESS to create the tags. The beginning database contains anywhere from 350 to 800 lines of original data, so as you can see the cut and paste is VERY time consuming.
I have a number of separate worksheets in one spreadsheet all based on the same list (eg customers); the customer's name is the first column and hence the 'key' in each worksheet; when I insert or delete a line in the main worksheet the formulae in the first (customer name) column are amended in the other worksheets BUT I ideally need more than that; when I insert a new customer in the first (main worksheet) I need a new line with that customer name inserting into the corresponding place in the other worksheets; and when I move a line (eg delete a customer and move them to the bottom of the main worksheet list) I need the corresponding lines in the other worksheets moving as well. I guess what I really need is a drill-down function; a main customer list and sub-lists all linking back to the main lists like you would get in database tables.
I some code that reduces a long list of dates from one source of data (in its own worksheet) down to a unique list of dates (on another worksheet). I need to create a new worksheet for each date in the range (named for the date), and then allocate each line item for that date in the source data into its repsective worksheet.
Intend creating a calculator that shows me how much a certain hotel room costs at different times (seasons) of the year, for example I have a One Bedroom Budget Apartment (list of room types is extensive), I also have three seasons, low, S Hols and Xmas, so I have a sheet created and inserted drop down boxes for the RoomType, Season, and Number of days, I now have to insert a formula that looks for the three variables and inserts the cost (I already have this info on a worksheet)
TotalCost RoomTypes Season Days
Also I am using Excel 2003 so no combo box option (that I can find anyway)
(EXCEL 2003)I have 6 worksheets for 6 separate ad reps that will be populated with customer info. To make my life simple I just want column A from each of the 6 worksheets to show up on a master sheet in column A. But what also needs to happen is if we add and delete customers that also needs to happen on the master. I understand the "=" and then pointing to a cell in another sheet and hitting enter. I got that to work but I just have soooo many cells to work with that would just be way too time consuming.
I have two worksheets (Sheet1 and Sheet2). Based on meeting a condition on Sheet1 AND Sheet2, I'd like to use macros to automatically hide rows on Sheet2.
Sheet1 sample: Type Selection
The conditions are: If on Sheet1, a Type has the Selection "Include", then any rows on Sheet2 which have that same Type are shown (ie. not hidden).
If on Sheet1, a Type has the Selection "Exclude",then any rows on Sheet2 which have that same Type are hidden.
So in the example tables above, if ONLY Type A = Include, then on Sheet2, the rows for Sample URL1 and Sample URL2 are shown, and the others are hidden.
Also in the example tables above, if Type A = Include AND Type B = Include (and all other Types are Exclude), then on Sheet2, the rows for Sample URL1, Sample URL2 AND Sample URL3 are shown, and the others are hidden.
I'm fine with the concept of If... And... on the same worksheet, it's trying to get it to look at two separate worksheets I'm struggling with!!
I have a workbook with two worksheets, Sheet1 and Sheet 2. Based on the data entered in the 2nd column on Sheet1, I'd like a macro which hides rows for Events which do not meet the criteria entered on Sheet1.
So in the example below, on Sheet2, I only want to see rows where the Country=Scotland, AND the Location=Glasgow, AND the Start Date is greater than (or equal) the Start Date on Sheet1.
Sample of Sheet1 Country Scotland
Start Date (dd/mm/yyyy) 30/04/2013
So in this scenario, only the FIRST row meets the 3 criteria (Scotland, Glasgow, date after 30th April), thus all the other rows should be hidden.
I'm trying to make a macro in Excel 2003 to create x amount of named worksheets that are a copy of a different worksheet.
1. I have a main worksheet that will have a number manually entered into a cell (lets say A1); 2. I have a 'template' worksheet; 3. I'll assign the macro to a button on the main worksheet
If I enter '10' into cell A1 of the main worksheet, I'd like to click the button and have Excel create 10 copies of the template worksheet. These new worksheets should all share the same name with a number after them (ex: banana 1, banana 2..... banana 10).
Is there any way that you can combine two worksheets or Excel files, for example: WORKSHEET_1 has columns and values as: firstname lastname city state
WORKSHEET_2 has coulms with NO values as: firstname lastname address city state phone
I want to take the info from WORKSHEET_1 and insert it into WORKSHEET_2 without specifying any columns since WORKSHEET_1 might sometimes have only 1 column and sometimes might have all 5 columns.
The purpose of this is to create a standardized Excel file that I need to import into a Database, however the users might have Excel files without all the columns required therefore I need to "standardize" the worksheet before being imported and have any black values import as NULL into the Database
how to merge data from all worksheets into one new in the same workbook, see example in attach. There are 5 worksheets in the test workbook. Each worksheet has name of “Sheetx”,X=number of worksheet. Number of Row in each worksheet is uncertain, but it is always less than 35 (I will say it is “safe” range to prevent from missing data). Requirement: Vertically merge data from A1:F35 (including the “blank”) to “TEST”.
I am using Excel 2007 at office. By the way, I am NOT a excel expert, while posting your answer, could you please also explain how to do it step by step?
I am trying to merge several imported worksheets into one worksheet so that I can build reports. In other words, sheets 1-3 are imported from other workbooks, then sheet 1, sheet 2, and sheet 3 (with the same header rows) will roll into sheet 4 with reports built from the merged worksheet. I understand how to import, but I need to merge the worksheets. Is there a macro to make this possible?
We receive huge Excel files and we need to validate for and delete duplicate records before they are imported to a software product called Exceed Premier. We are having a difficult time with Excel spreadsheet duplicate record validation because we have to first export the files from the Exceed database into an Excel spread, merge the thousands of other new records from multiple Excel files, then import back into Exceed.
Is there a method in Excel/VBA that can merge several worksheets and check for and delete duplicate irecords? The records will be in the 20-50K range and growing.
I am writing a database for a construction site to monitor all the goods that come in and what apartment Blocks they end up in.
I have three worksheets from different areas of the site. They are simply lists of items coming in and are getting longer everyday. They are all in the same format and have the same column headings. Two of which are date and Location. The location will be Block A to Block G. I want to merge the 3 worksheets into 1 and be organised by date order so that I can then duplicate that worksheet for each Block and filter using the Location Column. The 3worksheets have data manually inputted each day and I would like the merged worksheets to update automatically.
I am collecting data from 6 locations for the quarter and combining the information into a corp worksheet. Each quarter I need to copy information from 6 different files and paste it into the master file worksheet. The sheet I need to copy is named Substandard. The amount of information changes from each location (ie one may have 10 rows one 50 rows) so the number of the row to paste it into the master sheet changes. I would like a macro that opens the file Location1 copies the information from the substandard sheet opens the Master file pastes the information into the Substandard sheet closes the Location1 file, and repeats the process for all 6 locations. I would end up with all infomation in the Master file substandard sheet. I know how to manually record a macro to do this but the numer of the row to paste it into varies on the Master sheet depending on the amount of information from each location.
Basically I inherited a Excel Workbook which has 128 different tabs, unsurprising this is almost impossible to manage.
My requirement is to merge all of the 128 tabs into 1 tab 'Sheet1'. The macro should keep going even if there are blanks, it should move onto the next tab only when there are over 10 consecutive blanks in Column B.
I have tried searching the forum but nothing seems to cater for the specifics of this case. I would really appreciate some help. I mean really, i am in a mad panic thinking i will have to do 128 tabs manually otherwise.
I have multiple worksheets with multiple varying columns with varying rows. My one constant is the product_id. I want to merge all worksheets into 1 worksheet based on the product_id's. Here is my example:...............
It has to consolidate all of the column names from all of the worksheets into the final worksheet, then take all of the rows and put the product_id in the product_id column and put the other data under the appropriate columns. Some columns will end up blank where they may be a column in worksheet 2 but not worksheet 1.
I have a workbook that has a lot of worksheets. I want to merge all the worksheet data, skipping blank rows from each worksheet and simply appended the data on one single worksheet. The goals is to just copy the data from worksheet b and append to worksheet a>copy data from worksheet c and append to worksheet a> etc. etc.
With this spreadsheet i pull data straight from a database and place it in to 3 separate worksheets. The first worksheet which is the summary sheet then updates all the totals of certain occurrences. The above formula is the same format for all fields in the summary with a few variations. But they all have the following in common. They draw data from all 3 worksheets and total it all up, and each countifs looks at 3 different cells.
In terms of replacing it i have tried to use something like =SUMPRODUCT(--('Data Low'!AA2:AA5000="No")*('Data Low'!AB2:AB5000="0")*('Data Low'!AC2:AC5000="Non Corp")) but don't seem to be getting it right.
Row totals exceed the limit for Excel 2003, so I have split the data into different worksheets by year.
Problem is, now I can't create a useful pivot table, i.e. using 'multiple consolidation ranges' reduces the field list to "Row", "Column", and "Value".
I have 26 columns in each worksheet (all identical structures); some are multilevel factors, some are variables - and the way these relate to each other is unknown as this stage, so I literally cannot have the dimensions reduced in the way Excel proposes with multiple consolidation ranges.
I have an Excel 2003 file that contains hyperlinks to OneNote notebooks on a Sharepoint site. An Excel macro looks for these links and determines the full hyperlink address which is then assigned to a variable. An Outlook message is generated which includes the hyperlinks.
The hyperlinks work in the Excel file. I can also copy them from OneNote and manually paste them into an Outlook message and they work. However, when I obtain their full address and transfer that to the email through code, the links do not work. The hyperlink address from OneNote starts with "onenote:http" which is not recognized as a link.
If I can do this manually, there must be a way to do this with vba. Are there characters I need to include in the OneNote hyperlink address to make this work? Is there another way to transfer the working link from Excel to Outlook?
I have some people data that need to manage using in MS Excel 2010. I've 2 separate excel worksheets that have almost common data for example
Sr Name Contact location
in the first file is |10|John| (347)xxx-xxxx | Lansing, Mi. |
in the Second file it is just just have at |20|John|
I want to merge both files and no one should be double in the file file 1 have full data and file have just names and file one has complete and file 2 has just name just there are few more people that are no listed in file 2 that need to add in file 1.
I have two separate excel worksheets from which i want to merge two columns from each worksheet into a new sheet. from the first sheet column A & E and from second worksheet column B & D. The values of second worksheets need to start where the value of first sheet ends. Want a macro to run this automatically every time.
Have tried to merge and consolidate but macro does not work.