In Excel 2003 the Status Bar is missing. I know to go to Tools, Options, View to view and hide the Status Bar however as i cannot see Tools (as Status Bar missing) is there another way to get the Status Bar back?
As I only have Excel 2003 at work and need to create and send PDFs of customer statements, I wrote a macro to automate the otherwise time-consuming process. It worked well for several months, but now the bottom third of the PDFs I create is missing! I didn't post here at first, because I couldn't be sure it was an Excel problem, but I have since tried a second PDF program (Bullzip - the first I used was PrimoPDF) and I get the same problem. It prints correctly to a paper printer, so the print range is correct.
I am in the process of comparing the data between 2 different sheets and the data on each sheet contains 2 columns of information. I am trying to find a way to compare one sheet to that same item on the second sheet and see if anything is missing, however the second sheet contains more information between the two columns and the rows are never the same during my comparison. I've tried Match, Lookup, Indirect, and if/then with an And functions and because the rows do not stay the same the data is not accurate. Here is a brief example of what I am working on:
SHEET 1 A B 1 Red Delicious Apple 125 Count Apple 2 Red Delicious Apple 125 Count Fresh Fruit
So in these comparisons, the names in Column A match identically, so if I try to say take the name from sheet 1 and match to that in sheet 2 and if the wording in Column B matches then put a "Yes" value. But you can see on Sheet 2 by the time it gets to rows 14, 15, 16, the Baby Food Chicken has a 3rd item in Column B in comaprison to Sheet 1, so any type of match doesn't work.
I have done the two obvious checks regarding my missing Status Bar, both in View and Options and still the Status Bar refuses to show itself. I have shut down Excel with the options unticked hoping that on restarting and ticking them the bar will re-emerge but still no joy and also done vice-versa. how to get the Status Bar to reappear?
I have some vba code that currently copies a status table out of a worksheet, into a temp file for an email. The status table in excel has a column D which can have different status. I want to select everything in the table except rows that are 'Descoped'. Currently my code looks like:
Set rng2 = Sheets("Execution Status").Range("B2:F420")
This picks up everything without looking at the status. I want to change it so it doesn't pick up the rows where Column D contains 'Descoped'.
In pseudo code I would describe it as:
Set rng2 = Sheets("Execution Status").Range("B2:F420") where value in D5:D420 is not equal to 'Descoped'.
I have tried:
Set rng2 = Sheets("Execution Status").Range("B2:F420").Value "Descoped" and nothing gets selected.
This problem has come up fairly frequently lately, and I'm not sure how to fix it, or if this is by design...but in Excel 2003 I can't seem to do a "Find and Replace" based on the value of a cell. I can do a find, based on cell value, but the moment I change to the replace tab, the "values" and "comments" are missing from the "look in" dropdown.
I've only noticed this when I'm trying to replace on a filtered list, so I'm not sure if that is part of the issue.
Perhaps an alternative way of arriving at the same goal. Basically I have a worksheet with a number of filtered columns. They are filtered just right, using custom filtering, and so I do not want to undo the filters. In some columns I have formulas that are returning #VALUE! errors. I'd like to replace all of these cells with NA.
Uses excel 2010 to track the project in the form of project status report. Basically it has to look simple yet tracking should be in the form of progress bar etc.. Our aim is to track a 3month project.
I'm working with a file from SharePoint (FileA), "FileA" goes out to Sharepoint and opens "FileB" (if not already open) then copies information from "FileA" to "FileB". However if "FileA" is left open, or someone else has it open I am unable to open "FileA". How in VBA can I check to ensure I don't have it open locally (if so swich and continue), checkout and open in SharePoint (if not already open) or Prompt with options to force checkin, checkout to copy info?
Not sure how it happened, but I lost all gridlines in Excel. I was working in a workbook this morning and something happened while in there. I have gone through options/advanced and my gridlines are colored to black. Then I have also highlighted the entire sheet and selected no fill from the Home Tab. Nothing is working.
Is there a formula I can use that if one of the requirements are not met it will tell me what is missing instead of me going back and have to look through all the data to find out D5 was missing as an example?
I'm a novice using Excel 2007 at work and some of my worksheets have vanished.
On Friday I opened up an existing single-sheet workbook; while I was working on it I renamed the original sheet and added two new sheets. Obviously, I saved everything before I shut the file.
Today I've opened up the workbook and the two new sheets have vanished. Strangely, the original sheet has reverted to its original name (also the name of the workbook), but the changes I made to the data on Friday remain. The Properties window indicates there is only one sheet in this workbook, and confirms that the last save was made at the end of Friday.
The workbook is saved as an Excel Comma Separated Values file. I don't know if this is relevent.
these numbers wont be the same every time, but in theory after i enter 12 rows there should be only 5/6 numbers left max.
i need a script so that when i copy/paste 12 rows, i can be presented with the numbers not in that field. or even if i have a field of 1-80 displayed, then i copy paste my numbers in the fields below and can somehow highlight which numbers between 1-80 aren't in my pasted fields on the 1-80 field.
btw the numbers missing here are 24-68
ps im using excel starter 10 if that makes a difference
I am currently using MS Excel 2007. Is there a way in VBA to automatically insert missing columns based on a defined series or range of values?
For example, we have a report that displays columns of: Year 2004 to Year 2012 per column (9 columns in total). Sometimes, it displays missing a year or years (thus; our report has less columns). For example, it only shows 2008 to 2012 (missing 2004 to 2007). At times, it misses some years in between. What we do is manually add those missing years by manually inserting columns then inputting the missing year as their column headers.
Is it posisble for VBA to check if the columns contain all of the defined Year range (for example, you've initially defined: Year 2004 to Year 2012)? Afterwards, all missing columns are automoatically inserted (in chronological order or based on your defined values or range).
I am using Excel 2013. I have an autofilter turned on for the columns in the spreadsheet. When I click on the filter button at the top of a column, the filter values do not have any check boxes next to them so I can't check any values. how to fix it so that it has checkboxes? I've attached a screen shot.
If seen a couple of examples but for whatever reason it doesn't work on my sheet. (Excel 2010 32 bit) I don't understand how to highlight the entire column to see this particular value is not in this list. I have two lists, I want to see what data am I missing In list 2 that I have in list one. Basically all I am trying to do is see what values are not in the second list but are in the first list so I can later add them to the second list. (Also the 2nd list is longer than the first if that makes a difference.)
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 produced several charts in Excel 2007. They display just fine when using Excel 2007, but when we try to open it in our office computers (which uses Excel 2010), the Axis and Legend Labels simply vanish.I know there's these fixes for Excel 2007, deleting a buggy MS hotfix or installing the KB2597962 fix. But the problem is, I need it to display in our Excel 2010 computers.