Excel 2007 :: OFFSET Formula With Defined Name Not Selecting Complete Column
Jun 2, 2014
I've created a search box for a price list, but some of the values come up with #REF. After many attempts I noticed that each of the formulas I created on the price list page came up with a different result for the values highlighted in each column. The formula is the same for each column, the column numbers being the
only difference - for instance:
Column A = code - the formula is =OFFSET(Pricelist!$A$3,0,0,COUNTA(Pricelist!$A:$A)-1).
Column D = colour - the formula is the same, but reads $D$3 and $D:$D.
When I go to Name Manager and check this formula, it only selects the first 105 entries in the column. There are about 380 entries and more may be added at various stages.
I have formulas for five other columns and they do exactly the same thing, but each column stops at a different entry. I'm working in Excel 2007, but it's a 2003 document.
Trying to insert a row and window popped out -Large Operation. " The operation you are about to perform effects a large number of cells and may take a significant amount of time to complete. Are you sure you want to continue?" I pressed ok , then, says "Excel cannot complete thsi task with available resources. Choose less data or close other applications. "
This works fine on small data sets, but on larger data sets it gives me the error message, "Excel cannot complete this task with available resources". This happens even when I try to do the deletion manually (without VBA code). Clearly, the code itself is not the problem.
My document has about 250,000 rows and 2,500 columns. While this is big, it is significantly smaller than Excel's documented limit of 1,048,576 rows and 16,384 columns.
I am using Excel 2007. My computer has 2GB of RAM but even when I try it on a computer which has 8GB of RAM it gives me the same error. If I "ClearContents" instead of "Delete" it works fine. For my purposes, however, deletion is entirely necessary.
I'm working with Excel 2007 and all of a sudden its selecting two cells. I've tried what others suggested of the F8, I even shut it down and opened it again. I took my template and saved it as a normal book, opened that one and again same thing.
I have a NAMED RANGE of data consisting of 4 columns and as many rows as is selected. Name it CompTable1.
I loop through all of the 4 columns of data to format it (as shown below). This snippet is for column 1 of CompTable1 (a public variable as string) and I basically have the same situation for each column of 4 but replacing each respective x in cells.(n,X) & offset(0,-x) to take into account of where I wish the data to go as I loop through. Ultimately 4 (For Next) loops.
The new range with 5 columns is as follows: Column 1 from CompTable1 = Column 1 of new range Column 2 of new range is blank for something later Column 2 from CompTable1 = Column 3 of new range Column 3 from CompTable1 = Column 4 of new range Column 4 from CompTable1 is not used in the new range but is formatted Column 5 of new range is blank for something later
This certainly works very well and with my amateur VBA status am quite proud of how far I have come in a few months. Is it efficient? Is it free of possible errors? Likely not. I wish to rid myself of the "Select" each cell plaque though maybe using a resize, offset or copy destination operation but can't seem to get it working. Once I do get the data in the new range, I format everything without selecting quite well with my methods described above.
I created a data validation formula for an Excel 2010 workbook that would only display client names who were assigned to the manager that they selected. The formula works fine in Excel 2010. However, when I open the same workbook in Excel 2007, the data validation type is reset to "Any value" and the formula is missing.
OFFSET is an available command in both 2007 and 2010. When I try to add the formula as a data validation list in 2007, an error indicates that Offset cannot access data in a different table. I have not been able to find any documentation which restricts the OFFSET command in Excel 2007 but there seems to be some incompatibility between the two Excel versions.
"Clients" is a sheet which lists all clients under each manager."Summary" is a separate sheet which contains the manager's name. Only clients matching this name will be available in the employee's client list.There are 50 "employee" sheets, each which should use this formula for data validation in the client column.
The error we received seemed to indicate that the above command could not access data on another worksheet. It is not an option for me to copy the client list onto each sheet that uses this formula. Are there any other options?
Now, whenever I type in any country it should show me the most recent figure available for that country.
Suppose, if I type Country A in, say cell A14, then it should give me output 2% in cell, say A15. When I change that same cell to country C, it should give me output 10%, country B should give me output 5%.
Currently I have used IF and multiple/nested VLOOKUPs to arrive at this output. Is there any better way to do this with VLOOKUP and OFFSET?
I'm new to Excel 2007... whilst I'm managing to find most things I'm used to using in 2003, I have an issue in one workbook that I can't figure out.
When I click in some single cells (not all), that cell and several below it automatically highlight as a range... left-clicking initially highlights the cell, but as you release the mouse button, the others below it also highlight.
I use Excel mainly for creating & updating simple logs, and the problem I keep running into is that when I click in a cell, it will automically select & highlight multiple cells below the one I am trying to work in. It will select anywhere from 4-5 cells up to 13. I don't know what this function is, and I don't know how to fix it. But it makes it very difficult to navigate and cut/paste or change a formula.
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?
Trying to convert an Excel 2003 macro to work in Excel 2007.
The problem line is
Dim MyDataObject As DataObject
I suspect the problem is a Missing Reference, but I cannot figure out which one. I have the same ones (in 2007) as 2003 except for one which is not showing
Microsoft Forms 2.0 Object Library
Is this the one it needs? It is called something else in 2007?
The ones I do have ticked are
Visual Basic For Applications Microsoft Excel 12.0 Object Library OLE Automation Microsoft Office 12.0 Object Library Microsoft ADO Ext. 2.8 for DDL and Security Microsoft DAO 3.6 Object Library Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects 2.8 Library Microsoft Scripting Runtime Microsoft XML v2.6
I am using Microsoft Excel 2010 and Microsoft VBA 7.0 on my system. I would like to eventually create a PowerPoint and insert charts generated in the Excel workbook. In the meantime, I cannot get the basic PowerPoint created.
The line in red is highlighted blue when the compile error "User-defined type not defined" message box appears.
Public Sub TryAgain() Dim myPowerPoint As PowerPoint.Application ' ' do nothing for now 'End Sub
I have set the references such that Microsoft Project 14.0 Object Library is indeed checked. The Excel file only contains this code in a module. All sheets are blank. Nothing else is written yet.
I have months listed in this format in columns/rows 01/01/06, 02/01/06 and so on in (J9 to L9). I have a reference cell A5 = Month in the same format. This value changes every month. I want to use the SUM Formula of YTD in column/row W9. If the month is 05/01/6 then the sum should be C9 to G9 and so on.
I'm trying to enter a series of formulas into a worksheet using vba. However, this code is giving me Run time error '1004', along with the description in the title. This is the first formula (they're all relatively similar).
In my worksheet, I know the last line of my report AND I know how many "reporting segments" (all equidistant and identical) there are in the report based on the last row using the below (which I tested in several reports in messages):
VB: Dim vListEnd As Variant Dim vTaskCount As Double vListEnd = ActiveSheet.Range("A1").Offset(Sheet1.Rows.Count - 1, 0).End(xlUp).Row vTaskCount = ((vListEnd - 5) / 22)
My "reporting segments" are ALWAYS 22 rows each and the first one always starts in row 5. Example: A document where the last row (containing an End of Report special character) is 247 would have 11 reporting segments.
Within each reporting segment, there are two different formulas needed.
For the first reporting segment located in rows A5 thru J27:
I need FORMULA1 in all cells of the range (D5:D15 dragged out to H5:H10(not 15) and D18) and FORMULA2 in cells (F20:F22,J20:J22).
Then I need to repeat that vTaskCount number of times (number of segments) and at intervals of 22 (segment repeater offset). Some reports may have 2 segments, some might have 50, but the structure is always identical.
My formulas are all pretty simple if it makes a difference (originally using FormulaR1C1 = "=RC[-1]+RC[-3]" --- but because I now know solid cell locations I suppose I don't need to make them relative, too.)
I am having some difficulties using a combination of IF and the OFFSET function to display a range of cell values from another column based on a simple condition. The values I need to display at the destination cells should be offset by 8 columns to the right and "X" rows down from the reference column. The value "X" is to be determined via the IF function to check for the row index number.
For example, if Index value "X" = 8, then display the value of B2 in cell I9. IF X = "9", display B2 in cell I10 etc.
I have attached a sample worksheet that provides some examples.
I am trying to work out how to nest offset in a code using search replace. The goal is to find a value from cell A1 (example) and replace the values in the cells next to the cell containing samuel and the cell containing samuel.
A sort of search and remove data tool if you like So for example:
[QUOTE]A1: "samuel" (the search criteria) Search range is: B1:D400 (for example) Cell B40 = samuel C40 = Driver D40 = year
So, the macro is activated and finds "samuel" in B40 and I would like C40 & D40 replaced with "" The code I'm using is below: (this is just replacing the cell containing the search criteria with "test". I would like to nest offset(0,2) & offset(0,3).Value = ""
Sub Macro1() Range("B1:D400").Select Selection.Replace What:=Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A1").Value, Replacement:="test", LookAt:=xlPart, _ SearchOrder:=xlByRows, MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False, _ ReplaceFormat:=False End Sub
Autofill column B with sequential values based on whether value in column A changes its value.
I would like to autofill column 'B' with sequential values (i.e. GenoMap1, Genomap2, Genomap3,... GenoMap10, GenoMap11, GenoMap12,... GenoMap104, GenoMap105, etc...), but changing to the sequential GenoMap# only when the value in column A changes.