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).
how to Delete Duplicates in Column D with a macro. It would search all of Column D and look for Duplicates and if it finds an exact value match it will delete one of the rows containing the duplicates. This is running in between a much longer macro which is the reason why I can't do it with conditional formatting.
I'm trying to create a macro that will Delete Rows of Duplicates found in Column D. It will start with the first row it finds that is yellow and check to see if that Column D matches any other yellow Column D's. If it does then the row the match is in gets deleted. Right now it searches in between the yellow rows, but for this portion I'm looking for it to use the yellow rows only. I included a file that has the examples on sheet1 and the expected outcome on sheet2.
Hi, the code in the codebox under here, which I wrote, is supposed to delete all duplicate records in the column. Which column to uniquify is stated in cell Skin!B17. I searched the internet round, and there are different solutions everywhere. I have been unable though to find the right one - so I thought, why not ask here. If you have a solution, I'd be happy to hear it ...
I've been looking through various forums looking for a macro for a particular task, but I have not found something that works yet. Maybe someone could help me out? It's pretty straightforward situation.
I need a macro that removes an entire row when: information in column B and column C are both found in other rows ( duplicates).
I'm dealing with a worksheet with store record information ... Store Name (column B), Street Name (column C), State/Province, etc. I import new store records all the time and many are invalid because they share the same name and street address and therefore need to be removed. The ones that Iíve played with unfortunately end up deleting the cells only and not the entire row.
It's a tedious process to do manually remove entire rows (for duplicate column B&C) when dealing with thousands of rows and I would very much appreciate any assistance or insight into how simplify the process with a macro. I've attached a sample of what I'm working with.
I need a code that will go thru column C and delete the whole row if cell value is 78315, Also it needs to shift the the rows up so there is no empty rows wheneverything is done done. I used some codes but they take forever to go thru whole sheet.
I'm looking to simply delete certain words that are in cells, without having to delete rows, columns or the entire cell. I can use 'find and replace' and replace the particular word with a space, but I really want to delete the word. I'm using both Excel 2003 and 2000.
a VBA problem I have and I do not know how to solve. I use Excel 2003.
I have a workbook with a table; all cells except the table area are locked so at users cannot add any data. The table is on D2: H?. The workbook is password protected (users can only "Select unlocked cells", "Format cells" and "Sort"), and for that reason there is a "Add Rows" macro button so they can add more rows if necessary. It works well.
There is also a "Delete Rows" button, but it does not work as I want it to do. If the table is for example on D2:H4, and I select a cell on row #3 (ex. D3, or E3, or H3) and click on the button it deletes row #3, if I click on the button again it deletes row #4, and if I click on the button again it also deletes row #5 and so on, but it should not do it because all rows below row #4 are locked and should not be deleted.
I found on the Internet a code that I modified, but I do not get it to work. Below are the two macros.
My original macro (it deletes even locked rows):
Sub DeleteRows() ' ActiveSheet.Unprotect Password:="123" ' Selection.EntireRow.Delete ' ActiveSheet.Protect Password:="123", DrawingObjects:=True, Contents:=True, Scenarios:=True _ , AllowFormattingCells:=True, AllowSorting:=True End Sub
The macro found and modified (the original rows are commented):
Sub DelRows_2() Dim rngDelete As Range Do While rngDelete Is Nothing On Error Resume Next
I have a userform that has a combobox in it that also has an OK button and a Cancel Button. Need getting the combobox to pull in the correct list? The data for this list will be in cells A2 through A16. But not all 15 lines will always have data in them so I'd like to only show the ones with data. Then next issue i have is I would like the OK button on this userform to actually erase the data the user has clikced on in the combobox. It's a list of kids that the userform is asking which one needs to be deleted. So it might be the kid in cell A9. so when the user clicks on that kid in the combobox form a9 and hits ok I'd like to have all the kids below A9 move up one row.
I have a excel 2007 workbook that has 5 sheets "MASTER" , "RED" , "WHITE", "GOLD" & "BLUE". There are 7 columns in each sheet and the master has about 8,000 rows . In column D of each sheet there is a unique number (approx. 8 - 10 digits ) that I would like to at the press of a command button search through sheets "RED" "WHITE" "GOLD" & "BLUE" against the unique numbers in the "MASTER" sheet and if there any duplicates numbers delete the entire row but leave all the data in the master sheet.
I need to populate sheet 1 of the spreadsheet attached.
I have tried several formula's but don't work and am getting desperate!
I need to count Column A of sheet2, when "Adverse SEN" occurs but only when there is an "x" in Column B of sheet 2 appears next to "Adverse SEN".
So basically i need to populate Sheet1 of the spreadsheet with the data is sheet2 of the spreadsheet.
I need a formula to calculate how many time an adverse SEN was - where there is an x - resubmitted, approved at meeting, delegate approval obtained, approval outstanding, rejected or approval not required.
I am using excel 2003, so please don't provide me countif functions.
I need to remove the duplicates under column B for each item under column A and I can't seem to figure out how to do it.
I'm using Excel 2007; I would prefer a VBA solution, as I have to do this on a monthly basis. However, if a formula is the best way to go, then that's just fine. Either way, I'm preparing the data for a pivot table. I am unable to post the actual document in the interest of data protection.
Essentially, I'd like to turn this-
_ A B 1 Paris Bill 2 Paris Bill 3 Paris Mike 4 Paris Derek 5 Paris Derek 6 London Mike 7 London Bill 8 London Mike 9 London Bill 10 London Derek 11 Tokyo Derek 12 Tokyo Derek 13 Tokyo Derek
_ A B 1 Paris Bill 2 Paris Mike 3 Paris Derek 4 London Mike 5 London Bill 6 London Derek 7 Tokyo Derek
In other words, each city should have only one instance of any name that accompanies it; not all names will accompany each city.
However, there are times when I need to add a column/criteria. Thus I would have to go into conditional format and redo all the rows in the worksheet. Is there a smarter way to do this?
I was hoping to provide a list of cell address from the header or better than that look for specific numbers in the header row and if there is a number greater than zero, then highlight the entire row.
There is no specific pattern as to which columns would trigger the requirement.
Also how do you keep the ranges from moving when copying across and down. Sometimes I run into that issue. Maybe highlight the entire row and then enter the conditional format?
The following formula was, several weeks ago, very graciously offered to me from one of Excel Forum's contributors.
My request was to find a formula that would add each 6th row starting in row e8 (e8+e14+e20+e26+e32 etc. through e6782) in column "e" when the column was 6782 rows deep from top to bottom. (i am not trying to add every number in column e, just each 6th row, starting at e8 and going through row e6782).
I entered the formula into my spread sheet and, voila, I had a sum that I assumed was accurate for my spread sheet of ticket sales. I began to question the functionality of the formula when I altered the E8:E6782 parameters (which represented the gross ticket sales) to E4:E6778, in an effort to sum up the E4 values e4,e10,e16, e22,e28,etc. . . (which represents the net values after commissions were deducted). The difference in the two sums (e8 values Versus the e4 values) was incorrect and did not represent the appropriate commissions (which should have been 15%).
I wanted to know if it was possible for me to be able to copy a whole row into a different sheet based on a column value. For example, if B6 = CLOSE, the whole row would be coppied to the sheet name CLOSE. If B6 = OCCUPIED it would be copied to sheet name OCCUPIED. I also need if W7 = to a date thats passed today it would be added to the sheet name EXP PRD. An off topic question, i have this code for column "W":
It works just fine, but I also have "N/A" / "INDEF" in the blocks as well so it's not giving me the correct results. I'm using Excel 2003.
I need to calculate out the loan amount of approved loans by week (weekending on Sunday). For example for the week ending December 28th, 2013
$1,234,567,890 in total loans
I also need to have a list of sums of the loan amounts per code types of approved loans. For the week ending December 28th, 2013
$123,456.00 in total loans for Code: LTV/TLTV > Guideline max $987,654.00 in total loans for Code: FICO > 10 pts below Guideline min
I need to ignore any loan amounts and codes for any loans that have not yet had a approved date entered and also ignore all loan amounts for any loans that are denied. I have tried doing this in many different ways with Pivot Tables and I am not getting the results I need.