Excel 2007 :: Method OpenXML Of Object Workbooks Failed?
Jun 4, 2013
I started a new job and my new company uses Excel 2010 (64-Bit). The code below was written for use in Excel 2007. I am trying to open an XML file and simply paste the results in a spreadsheet but I am getting this error, "Method 'OpenXML' of object 'Workbooks' failed" at the "set oWX" line in the code.
Dim idate As Integer
Dim strThisBook As String
I have written a sub with the purpose of finding rows based on a critieria, copying the rows to another worksheet and deleting the original row.
Code: Sub MoveToIgangvaerende() ' ' Flytter opgaven til sheetet Igangværende projekter ' Dim i, j, Index As Integer Forfra: For i = -1 To 1000 If Sheets("Pipeline").Cells(3 + i, 20) = "Ja" Or Sheets("Pipeline").Cells(3 + i, 20) = "ja" Then
I get the error message "Method 'Delete' of object 'Range' failed" at the line "Sheets("Pipeline").Cells(3 + i, 18).EntireRow.Delete".
I need some help with this error. I have some VBA code in Outlook that runs whenever a task reminder goes off. The code is supposed to open a workbook, send email based on the info in the workbook, then close the workbook and quit excel.
The task reminders are set to go off every two hours. Sometimes this will work fine for days and then randomly (as far as I can tell) I get the error: "Method Open of Object Workbooks failed". If I press Debug and then Run without changing anything at all, it works fine.
I am using Outlook 2007 and Excel 2007. The workbook is a shared workbook on a network drive.
I can post code if needed, but will have to go to that computer.
Why do I occasionally get this error when the workbook definitely exists and has the same name and path?
What does entering debug mode do that then allows the macro to run without error?
I'm trying to get the Find and FindNext methods to work. Column C contains serial numbers and there's a chance that a serial number might appear more than once in the column. What I'm trying to do is get Excel to find the first occurance of the serial number, find what row it's on and then see if this matches the variable 'CurRowNo' (defined earlier in the code). If it doesn't I want it to look at the other occurances of the serial number, find what row they're on and see again if it matches CurRowNo.
The variable 'EngCount is the number of occurances of the serial number (also worked out earlier in the code). I've got the code below, but I get the error 'Method Range of Object Global Failed' on the FindNext line. I have no idea what this error means or why it's happening.
I am using Excel 2007 and the following code is generating an error 1004 (Method 'Range' of object '_Worksheet' failed) on the .Range select line. I am trying to select a bunch of noncontiguous ranges and then format them all at one time.
With Sheet1 .Range("B9:G9,B10:D11,E10:E11,F10:G11,A13:G13,A14:D20,E14:E20,F14:G20,A22:H22,A23:D24,E23:F24, G23:H24,A26:H26,A27:D28,E27:F28,G27:H28,B30:G30,B31:C32,D31:E32,F31:G32,B34:G34,B35:B36,E35:E36,C35:D36,F35: G36,B38,B39:C40,D39:D40,E39:F40,B42:G42,B43:D50,E43:E50,F43:G50,A52:G52,A53:C54,D53:D54,E53:G54, G61:G62,H65:H66,A56:H56,A57:H60,A61:F62,A64:H64,A65:G66").Select With Selection.Interior .Pattern = xlNone .TintAndShade = 0 .PatternTintAndShade = 0 End With End With
I've written longer lines of code, so I don't think it's a line length issue. Is there a limit to the number of ranges or cells that Excel can select at one time?
1.) I have excel 2007 and when I recorded the macro yesterday it worked just fine, but today it's coming up with the box to update values. The macro is set to open up the vendor assignment sheet and do a vlookup against the clerk and then return the information to the original sheet and then copy paste special values. 2.) Today it's also doing the calculating thing in the corner using 2 processors which it has not done before. 3.) Run-time error '1004': PasteSpecial method of Range class failed.
[code]' Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+r ' Dim OriginalSheet As Workbook Set OriginalSheet = ActiveWorkbook Columns("B:B").Cut With Columns("A:A") .Insert Shift:=xlToRight End With
I also notice that when it fails, on select method .. the button was actually added to the sheet with caption/name as "Button 65536" but then fails to select it. What makes the select to fail after adding the button? Could there be anything special with Button 65536?
Is there any better way to code the adding button and setting action and name for excel 2007?
note before entering the loop i am deleting all the shapes with myShape.Delete which name matches "btRun"
I also want to highlight that i don't have 65536 rows in my sheet. I just have 200 rows. and when this error happens it is on row 150 so firstly i wonder why it is naming the button as Button 65536. I would assume it will start with 1 and go on increments.
What makes excel to fail to select an added button in VBA?
I have a while loop in which I'm updated information in 2 separate worksheets. I'm using the With-block statements separately to update each, but after the 30th iteration (and it's always on the 30th), the VBA code halts and get the "method 'value' of object 'range' failed" error message pointing to a line with the code as follows:
With Sheet1 .Cells(lngRow, 9).Value = intMonths End With
where "intMonths" is an integer variable which I'm populated properly, and "lngRow" a long variable. When I debug both variables have proper data in them, and I have no idea why this is bombing.
I'm currently working on a fairly complex VBA project in Excel 2007. Basically though, I'm downloading information from a site, massaging it, creating a lot of graphs, saving them locally, deleting the chart from excel. I then save a copy of the workbook to a local file, clear the Spreadsheet, and then Do the same for information from another site.
When I had all of the code in one Module and ran it as a macro it ran flawlessly.
Now i've put the information into a Class. And am pretty much running the same process via a UserForm.
The problem I have though is that at any point after I execute the (and please assume that all variables have been declared, because they have)
From the current open book, I'm opening a 2nd book, then copying all worksheets from the 2nd book that meet criteria, into 1st book, (in the same order), but am getting Method 'Copy' of object '_Worksheet' failed error. What am I doing wrong? How to OVERWRITE worksheets?We'll be running the same process with new data, so also need to overwrite worksheets in 1st book.
Sub Build_Branch_File() Dim FileName As String Dim Wkb As Workbook Dim Ws As Worksheet Dim WNum As String Dim Tnum As String Dim RegionNo As Integer Dim Original_Wb As Workbook
With Application . ScreenUpdating = False .EnableEvents = False .DisplayAlerts = False End With Set Original_Wb = ThisWorkbook .........................
item = InputBox("Please Select Row Number of Child to be Removed") myString1 = Range("$a" & item & ":$c" & item, "$e" & item & ":$j" & item).Select
I copied this code from a prior worksheet and the range was not split (i.e. just "$a" & item & ":$c" & item). When I try to make the range selection grab two separate areas, I get the above listed error. Do I not have the quotations right? I have tried them several different ways. Not sure what else to try.
If IsEmpty( Range("D67")) Then Range("D67").Value = Application.UserName ElseIf IsEmpty(Range("E67")) Then Range("E67").Value = Application.UserName Else: Range("F67").Value = Application.UserName End If
I am clicking on a an approve button which executes this code. But when I click the button the error reads: Run-Time error 1004, Method 'route'object'_workbook'failed.
I'm trying to set the print area on two sheets in the same workbook and it is returning Method 'Range' of object' _Global failed error every time and I can't figure out what code to change to make this error stop happening. here is my
I start in my "Action Plan for For Single Market" worksheet and if I click on the Command Button I then want to read in a couple of variables, and jump to a second worksheet (called "Market Action Plans") where I then want to copy a range, and then paste it in another area in that same sheet.
I thought I had worked out what to do, but when I execute I get a "run-time error 1004" when the macro gets to the "Range("Updated_Results").Copy" line. Excel describes the error as "Method 'Range' of object '_Worksheet' failed'" - which might as well be a foreign language as far as I am concerned!
End Sub I am an occasional macro-creator and every now and again, I come across this type of problem where I can't get variables to be reconized, etc. I think it's because I don't understand enough about Private versus Public, and how to declare variables.
Error 1004 on the 5th "With Selection" Chunk, .LineStyle part.
What I did is recorded the formatting I wanted on a selected region, then changed the major references to the defined region in my code called rngATotals.
At first I got errors with the "Select" method of the "Range" class with my rngATotals line (the first one). But then I clarified public variables and now its in the formatting chunk that was recorded.
I've tried: --Changing security/protection settings --Clarifying my rngATotals references --Making the sheet containing rngATotals visible (still in my code snippet) --And not using rngATotals to define my range but more specific, clunky references like Range ("A3":"B7") or Range(Cells...,Cells...) or Range ("RAnge'sName")
What further could I clarify? And why does it have a problem with the 5th borders/linestyle reference and not the previous ones?
I hate to have to ask another question about this error because there are so many... Is there anything beyond what I've tried that is a usual way to approach this problem?
Anyway heres the
Sub FormatTotalsTables() ' ' FormatTotalsTables Macro ' Macro recorded 7/22/2007 by AEB
SumSheet.Visible = True
rngATotals.Borders(xlDiagonalDown).LineStyle = xlNone Selection.Borders(xlDiagonalUp).LineStyle = xlNone With Selection.Borders(xlEdgeLeft)
I have a cet of CommandButtons on sheet 1. The code for these buttons is in the code section of the sheet. A named range is referenced in this code. This named range is on sheet 2. Every time I try to reference this or any named range (from any other sheet), I get this "Run-time error '1004': Method 'Range' of object '_Worksheet' failed"
The last time I had this error I was able to fix it by moving the code to Module1. I tried that here, but it did not work (I can't figure out how to call it from the sheet). CommandButton. Here is the code from the sheet for one of the buttons:
Private Sub TBEnterUp_Click() iLast = Range("WBDate_DayLast").Value '<<<<<<< iItem = TBEnter.Value If iItem = iLast Then TBEnterUp.Visible = False Exit Sub End If TBEnter.Value = iItem + 1 If iItem > 0 Then TBEnterDown.Visible = True End Sub
It is a simple number advancer. It is working in the UserForm I took it from. I have included a sample file of the problem. Feel free to look at it and borrow anything in it that you might like.
i get this error on the line in bold Method Add' of object 'CommandBarControls' failed (run-time error '-2147467259'). im not sure why its giving that problem, but im not very fluent in custom toolbars.
'//The following two procedures add a custom menu to the workbook programmatically//' '//and then delete it//' Public currentMonth As String Sub CreateMenu() Dim mybar As CommandBar Dim myControl As CommandBarControl Set mybar = Application.CommandBars.Add( Name:="CustomButtons", _ Position:=msoBarBottom, Temporary:=True) mybar.Visible = True Set myControl = mybar.Controls _ .Add(Type:=msoControlButton, ID:=1) With myControl...........................
I am trying to build a macro which will format the columns of a spreadsheet - basically it inserts some columns, writes formulas and highlights them. Here is a code I have got so far...
When I try to run this I get a run time error 1004 - Method 'Range' of 'Object'_Global' failed. The part of the code Range("N2:N").FormulaR1C1 = "=(RC[-7]/RC[-2])"
is highlighted in the debugger.
Can anyone tell me why this is happening, also it would be great if you could suggest better ways of writing this code - as I am new to vba programming and most of my macros are built using the recorder and then 'working' on them.