Excel 2007 :: VBA Code Doesn't Work In Outlook 2010
Jun 23, 2014
My company recently upgraded everyone to Microsoft 2010 from 2007 version. I have no substantial VBA skill and left with a VBA code which is supposed to extract a list of outlook emails sitting in a shared mailbox into Excel.
I was using that VBA code in Outlook 2007 and it worked fine but shows the following error when run in Outlook 2010: 'Run-time error '-2147221233 (8004010f)': The attempted operation failed. An object could not be found. Here is part of the code:
It worked after one of the members suggested to "click on any line of this code and press F8 repeatedly until the yellow focus moves to the error line, don't press F8 anymore. Now in immediate window, copy paste each of below lines, press enter after each line. Let us know where the error occur." However, it stop working the next day.
i have a macro which i have created to send outlook notification email through excel 2010 when the excel file is saved. I would like to attach the same excel file as an attachment in the outlook email so that everyone in the mailing list can view the attachment. however the macro which i created does not work. i would like to know what is the problem with the macro below. there's an error which says "file path does not exist" when i try running the macro but i have verified my filename is correct & the drive i have saved the excel file is in Z: drive. My file name is 'Tracking File.xls'
'Save Workbook ActiveWorkbook.Save 'Criteria to send Email
I have created a macro that a couple of us can run at the end of the day that looks in a preset folder and has whatever .xlsx files in that append to each other creating one .txt file. It then saves that .txt file and runs a batch file that strips off the .txt file extension. This is the format we need the ending file to be in so we can FTP it to another agency.
Myself and another coworker can run it without any problem and it asks us if we want to save the .txt file before it closes it and runs the batch file stripping off the .txt extension. We say yes and it executes as designed. Another coworker runs it and it looks like the files are appending then the window closes. Never prompts him if he wants to save and the file is nowhere to be found. From what I have researched all his excel settings match ours. We are all running the same OS (XP) and version of MS Office (2007). The part of the macro that seems to just be ignored is below:
Then the following batch file runs stripping the .txt file extension:
FOR /R "T:Cash ManagementUnsecured\_Team - DisbursAUTOMATIONInput" %%f IN (*.txt) DO REN "%%f" *.
I have tired removing the ActiveWorkbook.Save command thinking it would default to prompt him to save it but it doesn't.
First I made some contents and drew a border from Home > Font > all Borders on an Excel 2010 file. So it became like below image (capture1). After that I wanted to print it so went to File > Print to see its preview. But the problem is that the lines between tue and wed and also between mon and tue are not shown neither in preview nor when printing. The height of row 7 until 17 is 24 (that is 32 pixel) but heights of the rest of the rows are normal (20 pixel).
I am using office 2007 and here is the problem I am facing. I am using a formula and it is based on two columns data. The formula result is at C20:C2400, while the two data columns are at A20:A2400 and B20:B2400. I add one more row of data at A2401 and B2401, I expect the formula result would auto extend to C2401 but it doesn't, nothing happen.
I check that I need to turn on the auto extend check box in option, I check and it is already on.
I'm using Excel 2007. When I try to scroll with the mouse wheel, it doesn't do anything. If I hold down the control key and scroll with the mouse, it zooms in and out. So that works fine, but I can't do the basic scrolling up and down the document with the mouse wheel. There is no "Tools, Options" menu in 2007 so I don't even know where to find this type of option. The options available from the Office button are completely different.
Using Excel 2010, I set up a simple workbook with a spreadsheet on one page and the ranges for data validation on another. I successfully linked the fields in the "Category" and "Tender" columns with the data on the second sheet, making nice drop down menus. Everything works fine on my computer. However, when we open the workbook on a different station, the drop down menus disappear. If you highlight any of the "Category" or "Tender" fields, the little drop down prompt is missing; they behave like regular, un-formatted fields. It appears that the data validation became un-linked.
We tried opening versions with certain fields locked (Mainly the Total, Breakdown, and Summary areas, but the fields with data validation were still editable), and also completely unlocked documents. Every time, the drop down lists were lost when opened on different stations.
I've attached the completely unlocked version : 00_FLEX TRAVEL EXPENSE REPORT_v3.xlsx
Forget to check a box or something? This seems way harder for me to figure out that it should be!
VB: Sub openfiles()Dim Path As String Dim ExcelFile As String ' Path = GetFolder("C:UsersKinteshDesktop") Path = "C:UsersKinteshDesktopVBA programmingMaps" ExcelFile = Dir(Path & "*.xls")
NextCode: GetFolder = sitem Set fldr = Nothing End Function
My problem is that the code all actually works (including the function and when I use the commented part), but pointing to this one specific directory (the one I'm using right now), literally nothing happens.
I just upgraded to Excel 2007 and my macro from Excel 2003 for inserting a picture doesn't work correctly in 2007. I have a command button that states insert picture and when you click it, it will let you insert a picture into the cell and hide the command button. In 2007 it will let you insert the picture, but it isn't centered and expands into other cells and the command button is still visible. The picture appears to be the correct size it just doesn't center itself in the cell and the command button is still visible. Below is the
I had to remove a lot of pictures in the xls file in order to attach it, (since the original is about 5.3mb) but it worked out. When you move your arrow over the titles in column A a picture shows up thanks to a code. When you change the status in column G, the color changes together with the title in column A, as it should.
I asked for a macro to delete the whole row if a duplicate customer number was found in column B. Sometimes, though, my column numbers change. So, logically thinking, I simply changed the criteria, but the macro ONLY seems to work if duplicate customer numbers are in column B only.
This code below won't work if the Customer Number is in column D instead of B even if the reference of B:B is changed to D:D, it doesn't carry the macro over.?
I am trying to send bulk emails from my excel 2010 - however I am getting a POP UP. find the screen shot in the enclosed word document So every time a new mail is sent from excel we need to press the button allow Is there a way where I can turn off this warning.
I am having difficulty with a Vlookup in Excel 2003. Basically I have converted both fields to Text using the text function =TEXT(A2,"0") and have tried matching the values but just get an #N/A error and I have also converted both back to number format but still get the #N/A error....when I do a "=" operator function it returns a FALSE value but I cannot see why as both cell are just 4 or 5 digit number.
Dim FName As String Dim VBComp As VBComponent Dim wbnew As Workbook Dim x As String
Set wbnew = Workbooks.Add
Set dest1 = ActiveWorkbook
dest2.Activate With ActiveWorkbook FName = .Path & "code.txt" If Dir(FName) "" Then Kill FName End If For Each VBComp In .VBProject.VBComponents If VBComp.Type vbext_ct_Document Then VBComp.Export FName wbnew.VBProject.VBComponents.Import FName Kill FName ElseIf VBComp.Name = "ThisWorkbook" Then If VBComp.CodeModule.CountOfLines > 0 Then wbnew.VBProject.VBComponents
The complete code in this workbook sends the entire workbook to one person and it creates a new workbook and pastes a range and the VB code needed to run the button it copies and sends this to another person.
The codes runs excellent in 2003. In 2007 I can get the entire workbook to send to the first person, but
The email to the second person will send, but they can not open the workbook. I get the error "File Format or file extension is not valid. Please verify file is not corrput and that extension matches file.
I know trust access to visual basic has to be enabled in 2003 for this code to run, so in 2007 I went to the Excel options trust center and clicked the box which says Trust access to the VBA project object model.
When I step through this code everything looks great. The worksheet area is correct, the button is copied, the code can be seen in the properties window, but then I get the email and it will not open.
There is even a line of code that kills the file after the mail is sent (temporary saving location is the desktop). So, I used a ' and made it a comment line so I could try to open the file from my desktop. It will not open there either. File extension being used is .xlsm
I run excel 2010 on a windows 8.1 machine. In excel I have email address that I need to mail from however when I click the hyperlink it automatically directs me to Hotmail. Is there a way to change that to automatically load Outlook instead?
I have my data in column A as Reminder Description and in column B as Due Date.
I was wishing to send an email using excel 2007 with outlook using excel vba... I want to send email 2 days before due dates and also i want excel to type in when the email was sent... Is this possible....???
A B C D E Reminder Description Due Date Send Email1 Send Email2 Send Email3 Insurance due date is 06/08/14 06/08/14 04/08/14 05/08/14 06/08/14
Also can this vba code be executed whenever workbook opens....???
I got the following script from another site. What it is intended to do is that it has three columns in a sheet.
Column A = Folder Name Column B = Sender Name or Mail Subject Column C = Values for Column B
Based on what values are in Column C (sender name or email subject), it will then look at the mails in outlook within the 'inbox' folder and look for the matching criteria and if it finds a match, move it to the folder named in column A (if folder does not exist, create folder)
Running the script, I get runtime error '438' object does not know property or method - on the line highlighted in red. I am using office 2007 and looking at the code, it is using late binding so no reference library is needed?
Code: Option Explicit Const olFolderInbox = 6 Sub moveOutlookMails() Dim wkb As Workbook Dim wks As Worksheet Dim rng As Range
I am working on a spreadsheet that keeps track of upcoming contract and service renewals. Within the spreadsheet there is a column named "Status"; using a formula based on the renewal and engagement dates this column will automatically state one of the following -
"Contract Status OK" "Up for Renewal" "Renewal Due"
When I open the the file I would like excel to email 2 specific email addresses. The email should only contain data from the rows that state "up for renewal"; this email will act as trigger for my team to engage with the suppliers in question.
I have an excel workbook (Excel 2010) consisting on 30 sheets, I would like to add a command button to one (1) of the sheets that would attach just that sheet and not the whole workbook to my Outlook 2010 email, is this possible. What would the code look like.
what is the proper terminology for the Outlook "Thing" that opens up in excel (shown below)? Is it simply a toolbar? Add-in?
Second question, I have a excel file that automatically loads the outlook "Toolbar" each time it is opened.
The file was made in 2010 and password protected and locked, sent to a worker who edited the appropriate fields and saved, and then they sent the file back to me (2003 Format). Now this file automatically loads the outlook toolbar. I am trying to trouble shoot so what would cause this behavior?
I am looking for a macro that will convert the active sheet in an Excel 2010 file to a PDF, attach the PDF to an Outlook 2010 email message, and fill in the subject line and recipient address which are the same each time.
I currently have a spreadsheet setup on a Macro to send & distribute a message from an 2007 Excel file to multiple users through Microsoft Outlook 2007. It is currently setup to send as an attachment. I need to find a way to have this file be sent as a PDF file. I know you can save Excel as PDF's so there must be a way to send them & attach them to as a PDF.
My chart data range is: ='Summary Data'!$A$2:$BF$8.
Since it expands a few times a week to BG, BH, BI etc., it seemed to make sense to use the standard OFFSET and COUNTA formula to expand it. The every time I typed the Offset formula in, it worked but each time I save it, it changes to an updated (correct) fixed reference. i.e. back to the format above.
Many threads I've read seem to say that you should be able to use an expanding range in charting.
I am using Excel 2007 and have to send monthly payslips to respective email ids. I have the Name and Email ids in Sheet 2 Range B1:C59 , and employee codes in A1:A59. And in Sheet 1 i have the Payslip format which was automatically displayed when i select the employee code from drop down list in the cell E7 in sheet 1.
Every time i manually save the files as PDF and send to their Emails. I want the out put as whenever i select the employee code from drop down list , it should automatically save as PDF with Name of that employee ( Name of the employee is located in B1:B59 in Sheet 2 ) and attachment should automatically go to that employee's email Id.
I have some VBA code that in one portion of it an Outlook e-mail is created and the active workbook is attached and sent. This code used to work on Excel & Outlook 2003, but now in Excel & Outlook 2007 I'm getting the error: