I've already found a TON of threads about this process but nothing that matches specifically what I'm trying to do.
I have a spreadsheet that I'm using to auto fill other tabs with data that only matches specific criteria. Here's what I'm looking to do:
Columns I, J, K, and L may be marked as either Y or N (or blank). I have different sheets that require 1, 2, 3, or 4 of those columns to match Y. For example, on sheet 2 I want to copy the entire row if there's a "Y" match on column I and J. On sheet 3 I want to match "Y" against, I, J, and K. Sheet 4 I need to match only L, etc.
I need the data copied into the existing sheets to start on row 7. I have other data on rows 1-6 that cannot be moved.
I have a folder with multiple text files. I want to import one of these files to a sheet called data in an existing Excel file. The excel file has references to this data sheet on other sheets which I want to keep. I want to save this excel file with the name the text file has and repeat this for all the text files in the folder.
I found a macro a while back which does the job nicely of importing and saving the Excel file, however all the data in the other sheets gets lost once it is saved. How to keep the data?
Sub tgr() Const txtFldrPath As String = "FOLDER WITH TEXT FILES" 'Change to folder path containing text files Const xlsFldrPath As String = "FOLDER FOR EXCEL FILES" 'Change to folder path excel files will be saved to Dim CurrentFile As String: CurrentFile = Dir(txtFldrPath & "" & "*.txt") Dim strLine() As String Dim LineIndex As Long
I have a workbook with several tabs. the first tab is a data input sheet: subtotals from this sheet get posted to cells on the other sheets. at the top of the Data sheet is a drop down validation list that the user will select the next month from. On each of the other sheets, is a grid with calendar months down the left hand side and years across the top:
I am trying to figure out a simple method to check whether there is data on any of the four other sheets in the spot corresponding to the month selected by the user on the Data tab. the format of the validation list dates are dd/mm/yyyy in cell B2 on the data tab.
Suppose there is an existing ms excel file. There are some data inside, taking 5 columns. Here is what I want to do:
I want the excel file to automatically generate a new column, the 6th, when the file is opened, say double-clicked.I want the 6th column do some summation based on the indexing/flag information int he 4th column, and the values from 5th column. For example: Suppose 4th column has binary entries (1 or 0). If the entry is 1, then pick the entry in the same row in 5th column, and do the summation for all this kind of values (values in 5th column with a 1 flag in 4th column)
I have a macro-enabled template file in Excel 2007. I would like the user to be unable to save in any format other than macro-enabled. They should be free to choose a path and filename, but not the file type.
I presume this means some VBA code in the before save event, but I don't know what.
I'd like my macro (in an Excel 2010 workbook) to copy values from three worksheet cells and append them to an existing Access or SQL database file -- without having to leave my Excel spreadsheet or open any other programs. The database file simply needs to be appended. Keeping a running list. That file isn't being used for anything else, we can set it up however is necessary to do this.
For example, Excel cells A1, A2, and A3. Representing Job Name, Job Number and Job Total.
how make VBA do this(in SIMPLE terms)? Or give me a link of where to look or what to search for? I understand VBA but not Access or SQL.
I need a macro in a workbook to look at all the files in the same folder that have "*att*.xls" in the name and determine and copy from the range A15:W515 only the rows that have data in at least columns A, C and D. Each file will vary as to how many rows there will be and there are more than the files with "*att*.xls" in the folder. The data will be on the only worksheet in each file and the worksheet is named "G2WAttendee_xls" the data from all the files need to be copied to the file called "Consolidated webinar reports.xls" (I am using Excel 2003) and to a sheet called "Attendance Data" and added to the end of the last paste.
At the start of the macro the current file "Consolidated webinar report.xls" should be saved to a sub folder of the current directory and have the date saved added to the name. The sub folder is called "Completed reports". The data in the original file on worksheet "Attendance Data" should be deleted.
At the end of the process all the files that have had data copied from them should be moved to the sub folder "Attendance reports consolidated" (This could be done as each file is closed if that is easier).
I have headings in row 1 of the "Attendance Data" worksheet that match the headings in the various files in the folder (which will always be in row 14 of the individual "*att*.xls" files).
The folder with all the files and the "Consolidated webinar report.xls" file is at path "Z:P and S MEvaluationsWebinar series 2012-13TB".
I have a workbook with a sheet per day, each sheet has a variety of 'jobs' as columns and a variety of people and kit as rows. Hours are manually input each day during the month.
Simplified version... These are two separate sheets 'M060114' and 'Tu070114'.
Monday Dig Drive
Dave 4 5
Bill 2 7
Tuesday Dig Drive
Dave 2 7
Bill 8 1
I have a Pivot Table on a separate sheet. This was created using the Wizard (ALT +D +P).
Dave 6 12
Bill 10 8
So far, lovely.
But when I double-click on a number or right-click and choose 'Show Details' I don't get the sheet names in the newly created information sheet. I get the Row label, column label and a list of the entries.
So if I clicked on 10 above...
Row Column Value
Bill Dig 2
Bill Dig 8
That's fine with just a couple of entries but with about 80 columns and 250 rows spread across a month, therefore 30ish sheets, it's difficult marrying up the 'Show Details' sheet to the actual data.
So after all that, the question. Is there a way of getting the sheet name to appear in the 'Show Details' information sheet?
I have several sheets I use for MI and most have similar amounts of data in, ie, a tab for each month with out 15-20 columns and upto 10,000 rows, then a couple of summary sheets with filtering and calculations in.
One of my sheets is currently 16Mb, when the others are about a third of that, with similar amounts of data.
Is there a way to find what is causing the extra space to be taken in this sheet?
Or does this seem about right for the amount of data?
I received a USB drive from a client with an Excel spreadsheet with hyperlinks to PDF's (not sure of the version it was originally created in but my version is 2007). The PDF's are in another folder on the USB drive.
The cells with the hyperlinks have a formula to hidden cells [i.e. =HYPERLINK(C17,B17)] - in column B is the name of the hyperlink and in column C looks to be the file trial to the PDF (please see attached picture).
When I select the link, I get an Alert Box stating, "Cannot open the specified file." How I can get these links to work?
I have files that have thousands of rows in them with company names. The rows contain the company name plus lots of other info. I'd like to be able to create files or sheets with the company name as the file or sheet name with the respective rows contained within it. Make sense?
Original file or sheet Date Company Info1 Info2 Jul Sams Expense Desk Jan Freds Expense Doughnuts Jun Sams Deposit Return Feb Sams Expense Food Dec Freds Expense TV
Sheet or File Sams Date Company Info1 Info2 Jul Sams Expense Desk Jun Sams Deposit Return Feb Sams Expense Food
Sheet or File Freds Date Company Info1 Info2 Jan Freds Expense Doughnuts Dec Freds Expense TV
I have a spreadsheet listed out with 2-3 pieces of data per row like:
Mark - abc John - def John - ghi Abby - xyz
What I need to do is create a new file for each unique string in column A. So for my brief example above, the "Mark" file would have 1 row, the "John" file would have 2 rows, etc. I also need to save the new file by the name in the first column (so "mark.xls"). (Conveniently, the table is sorted by the first column already.)
What I did was create a new worksheet for each row and then save that as my file. However I'm having problems getting my file to contain more than one row (I can get either the first or last row, but not all of them). I have about 30 spreadsheets to do this for, and each will create 80+ files... I'd really rather not do them by hand.
I'm on Excel 2007 if that matters.
I cobbled together some code I found in various places and this is what I have so far:
Sub CreateWorkbooks() Dim newSheet As Worksheet, regionSheet As Worksheet, CurSheet As Worksheet Dim cell As Object Dim regionRange As String Dim lngRows As Long Dim CurRow As Long
(note that the comments are what it is supposed to be doing, not necessarily what it is doing)
I have an excel add-in which is a ribbon which houses a great deal of financial tools that I use on a regular basis so I don't have to hunt around excel for things I use regularly. The add-in has always loaded automatically whenever I opened excel - whether I opened excel by creating a new blank document or by double clicking a previously existing file.
Starting a few days ago though, the add-in only opens when opening excel by creating a new blank file. I can't think of anything that changed recently. Using Excel 2007.
Even when opening a file by double clicking, Excel still says the add-in is active (in excel options).
I would like to create a PDF file from a RANGE Name, excel 2007, attach it to MS Outlook 2007, Once in Outlook I will select the recipient, add some remarks and hit send. I can do this now with a workbook but not a range.
One of my excel files has refused to open and i think it is corrupted. The error message is; Excel cannot open because the file format or extension is not valid .Verify that the file has not been corrupted and that the file extension matches the format of the file.
How do i repair and recover all the data in the excel file.
I have an XLS file that gets data from an imported XML file. I need to apply some filters and then export it in a new XML file. I'm trying both "Development->Export" and "Save as->XML Data" procedures, but it always saves all data in the XLS document, not only the filtered. How can I obtain a new XML file with only filtered data???
Every time I start up excel whether it's opening a new spreadsheet or an existing one it tries to open one that I had deleted a while ago. I have nothing in my xlstartup files and I have thoroughly searched all files around it, before it, after it, and all in between. I went to Excel Options>Advanced>General and there is nothing in the field where it says "At startup open all files in:"
It seems to be trying to open the file from my desktop.
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?
I'm using excel 2007 and I'm trying to import data from a .txt file into excel and analyze the data. One of the columns in the .txt file contains descriptions for each row and its in multiple rows. Is there a way to import the .txt file so that it will show a description for each row in one cell?
I imported the data into excel but the issue is the description.
I just wrote two macros that each produce separate text files (call them 'A' and 'B'). I want to open 'B' with Excel VBA, copy all of its contents, and paste that content into 'A' right after a specific location in 'A' (where I have 10 consecutive asterisks, i.e., **********).
Most topics relating to Excel VBA and .txt files have to do with either importing / exporting into Excel (not what I want), or with associating .txt files to Excel (also not what I want).