I have a excel 2003 template that loads a csv file and create a graph.What I am trying to do is remove the Workbook_open macro after it has been run so when they save the file it will not save the macro in the new file.
What i am trying to do is in 1 workbook (labled as Book1 literally), it needs to copy the sheets out of every .xls file there is in a single directory, we'll call C:MyFolderMySubFolder. There can be anywhere between 1 and 366 files in this particular folder and I need all the sheets in each file labled 'CC' copy that entire sheet, paste that sheet to Book1, go back to that file it was copied from, close it (saving changes is ok), then move on to the next file.. and the next file... and so forth
While pasting into book1, I need each WS copied from each file to paste to a new worksheet in book1 rather than combining them into 1 or overwriting, and lable each of those sheets the file name of which the sheet came from...
The names are in sequence. All files in the folder will be labled as a date such as "9-6-12" so the sheet name in book1 would be named 9-6-12. (so there may result in 366 new worksheets to book1)
I have the following code which edits an excel file and saves it in a different format, I think want the code to take this newly saved file and open it in an external application (Softplot) and then save it through this new application.
VB: Sub FormatMacro1a(ws As Worksheet) ws.Copy Rows(1).Delete Columns("D:E").Cut Destination:=Columns("J:K") Columns("F:K").Cut Destination:=Columns("D:I") Range("E1:E201").Value = "0"
As it stands I have the file saving in a new format and I can open a specific file in softplot through VBA however where I am getting stuck is opening my newly saved file and then saving it.
I have a spreadsheet that imports data, manipulates it then deletes 2 of the sheets then saves the file under a different name to the network. Is there any way to save this new worksheet without it storing the macros - so when the user open it, only the data is there and they get no prompt to enable macros?
I am setting up a "save as" macro that saves a file by replacing another file in a folder. Even though the macro has been recorded by approving the replacement (the prompt appears "the file --- already exists. Do you want to replace the existing file?"), when I run the macro, I am again prompted about replacing the file. Is it possible to avoid the prompt so the file is automatically saved by replacing the named file?
I've been left with a macro built in 2010--but I need it to run in 2003.
I've identified a Remove Duplicates function as the cause of a bug, how to translate this to a 2003-friendly macro? This will be an action in a much longer macro. What I am trying to do is check for duplicates in a particular column (Column C), and remove any duplicate row (it doesn't matter which duplicate is removed).
I have a column of text where I need to remove all the characters to the right of the last occurance of a special character.
I think a process like reading from right to left, look for the first occurance of the special character, and return the characters to the left of this position.
If I can determine the position of the last occurance of the special character, I could use the LEFT function.
The SEARCH function is close. It finds the position of the first occurance of text inside text but it reads from left to right. I need to read from right to left.
Another approach is to examine each character one by one from right to left. If the character is not the special character, delete it. When the character is the special character, delete it and stop the process.
There is no consistency in the text. The total lengths vary. The number of times the special character occurs in the text vary. The number of characters to the right or left of the last special character vary.
I much prefer not to have the solution be some VBA because I need to share it with others who are even less capable than I am. We are using Excel 2003.
I am trying to save my workbook in a specific directory with a specific filename and to incorporate a date field from within the spreadsheet. I have changed the format of the cell so it does not include / as i know this would not work. Saving it is the easy part but adding in the field from the spreadsheet is where im falling over.
How do I save the spreadsheet with the current name of the spreadsheet in a macro?
Example: I want to save the spreadsheet to a network drive using the current name of the spreadsheet (it changes every other day). But I dont know to put the name in the SAVE statement. Here is what I have now:
I tried to use prtScrn button on the keyboard to capture the screen (excel UI) and then pasted it to excel then saved it. I tried to do the same thing on my friends machine and what surprises me is that the file size of two excel is different.
We use the same OS, excel version and the same machine specs.My saved excel file is around 7.91 mb in size while his is just around 235kb. Why is this like this?
Both pasted image have bmp as a format (default for excel when a you use print screen and directly paste it on excel.).
I have a template excel file that is loaded with macros. When the file is opened, a userform opens and the user makes several different selections. Based on the selections, the excel file is populated with information and pictures. I want to make sure that the user does not accidentally save over the template file when he/she is finished with the document.
My original solution was: when the user opened the excel file, it would automatically save under a different name in a temporary location. This would stop the user from being able to overwrite the source file. The users were not happy because the excel file is very large and takes a long time to save.
on another method to stop the user from overwriting the source file? using code? or another method?
What i want is for my user to click the save button linked to a macro that saves my file as Order0000. If there is a file already called this i want it to change the name to Order00001 and so on for Order00002.
I have an Excel file that's updated monthly. when it does save its around 16mb and can take up to 12 hours to save, and sometimes just doesn't.
I have tried saving as binary, I have made sure exact size of area to be saved is required, I have tried save with no calculations.
Basically the only reason I need to save it is so that another analysis spreadsheet can pull data from it. The file is heavily formatted, charts, vlookup tables etc, none of which is needed when analysis spreadsheet links to it.
I have a macro enabled spreadsheet and I need to save one sheet into a new file that is in xls format. I can do that --- is there anyway to suppress the Compatibility Checker box to make it that much easier?
The new file will not have macros as will just be a data in rows and columns so compatibility. Interesting is the compatibility checker box says there are links to the original spreadsheet, but I can't find them in the connections menu.
This is a code that i have for having a master workbook, and saving it in different folder so my employee cant access it
Sub NextInvoice() Range("J2").Value = Range("J2").Value + 1 Range("E6:E9,H9,J9,B14:K20,H4,B28:K32,B36:B39,D36:D39,F36:F39,B42:K43,B46:K47,B50:K51,B54:K55,B58:K59,B62:K63,B66:K67,B70:K71,B 74:K75,D78:E78").ClearContents End Sub Sub SaveInvWithNewName() Dim NewFN As Variant 'Copy Invoice to a new workbook
I have found a code for mandatory cell, but it creates a second macro and i was not able to link the two.The mandatory field has drop down of employee's and it is located in the cells D78:E78.
The other day, I had posted a macro, which copies one of the sheets from a workbook, on to a blank sheet, and then saves it with a name obtained from the value of cell E7. I required certain modifications to it, before I could implement it.
You will find it here and the code looks like this:
Every day I create many Excel reports that I manually save as PDFs for distribution to my stakeholders. I'd like to automate this process using a macro. I've seen the following code online and have attempted to use it, but receive an error in the Dim MyPDF line of code indicating that the user-defined type is not defined.
I'm using Excel 2003 and Acrobat Distiller 8. I have no problem creating PDFs manually
Code: Sub Create_PDF() Dim tempPDFFileName As String Dim tempPSFileName As String Dim tempPDFRawFileName As String
I am using excel 2010 on windows 8. I load a file which has been sent to me via e-mail and save it with an upgraded name, I then do a large amount of data input and save the file again, I do this regularly and even test load it at times to check it has saved, finally I save and close the file and then on reloading I discover the version I have is the first one I saved! all the work I have done on it has disappeared! I also sometimes find random .tmp files with non-sensical names in the folder to which I have saved, but I do not have the rights to open these .tmp files.
I am currently creating a simple macro to save out files to a specific folder on one of our network drives. Since we will be doing this often I would like to amend the date the the file name saved for sorting/organizational purposes.
Unfortunately I have been running into a few issues, this is what I have tried so far but keep getting a SaveAs error:
I have a question regarding the properties of an Excel file (.xls 2003). I can change them all (as indicated on Microsoft support website) expect the name of the last person who recorded the document (File ==> Properties==>Stat.)
I have a worksheet that has a number in cell K5 - the number is generated on "file open" code and is custom formatted as "TN"0000. Thus 1 appears as TN0001, 2 as TN0002 and so on. I am trying to save a copy of the workbook based on the this cells contents i.e. TN0001.xls, TN0002.xls etc. but the files are saved as 1.xls or 2.xls. The code I am using is