I have a table in columns C:J, starting in row 7. I have a macro that selects and copies the whole table (after I filter the table) and pastes to another sheet. Recently I've realized that I can only copy/paste C:I or it will mess up my formulas during the process.
This is the code I have right now, which works beautifully for the whole table:
What I need is to know how to copy everything in the table except column J. I can't just copy a certain range cells because the number of rows is variable. There has to be a way to modify the ActiveSheet.ListObjects("Table36") right?
I have a spreadsheet with two date/time columns 'Date1' & 'Date2'. Each date/time column has its own column with corresponding values ('Var1' & 'Var2'). These dates cover the same time period, however values for 'Var2' were collected less frequently than 'Var1'. I want ONLY the values in 'Var1' that correspond to the dates in 'Date2'
I am trying to select values from one column 'Var1' which have correlating date/time in column 'Date1' that match the dates specified in 'Date2'. Basically I need the values from 'Var1' that match the same date/time as 'Var2'
I am trying to copy one worksheet using the "move/copy" function that is available when you right click a tab name and want to copy the worksheet in the same workbook
The steps I'm using are:
1. Right click the tab name 2. Select Move or Copy, 3. Select Create a Copy 4. Click OK
Doing all of the above does not work. When the new worksheet opens, all columns are the same width. It seems to be stuck on "autofit column width" setting of 8.5. The original worksheet is several columns wide all with different width settings.
I've also used Copy, Paste Special and selected column widths and that does not work either.
The workbook contains 5 worksheets, 4 of which will unhidden just fine; the remaining worksheet ("AnnualBudget" refuses to unhide columns AD to IV. Of course, this is the sheet that contains data in those hidden cells and I cannot get to the data. The sheet is unprotected and all freeze panes removed.
I have copied this sheet to a new sheet in the same workbook:
If I copy only formulas and number formats, the new sheet has all columns unhidden. If I copy formats, I have the same issue with the new worksheet. It’s like these columns are forever locked from view.
FYI I am using Excel 2007 with a 2003 compatability worksheet
A copy of the workbook is attached. Any idea what’s happening?
I need a VBA code that will when used with a Form Control "Check Box" will unhide / hide a row. To be more exact, I'm needind the code to "Hide" row 34 when unchecked and "Unhide" the same row when checked. I'm using Excel 2010.
I am using Excel 2010. I have a pivot table where I want to highlight the ENTIRE row where a certain cell value equals something.
In essence I want all the Material Subtotal Rows highlighted "Orange" But as you can tell from the picture below I am having issues with the Body of the Pivot table. I have the formula checking to find whenever it finds the word total to highlight it.
The example below is showing how I need the row to be formatted. I can get the Data (Units) section formatted no problem. It is just the other part of the pivot table that I cannot format.
For the columns from Material to SAP # I have been trying to use Dynamic Name ranges using the Offset function. However, excel turns that Name range to a range and if I filter the pivot table, it adds extra ranges to the Applies to box and starts to really mess it up.
In Excel 2013 x64 (EN; CZ locale) I have this funny bug. I work on a large vba project and sometimes when I open it, every cell in every workbook that had default formatting now has this numberformat (shown as "Accounting")
its seems that this formatting is assigned to styles --> Normal and it just messes up everything (pivots, slicers...) and cannot(!) be undone.
I have made some routines to check for this error on workbook.open and workbook.close and I also have file versioning. I check for the error regularly on every worksheet change, but it never comes up, nor does it whenever I close the workbook, so Im having hard time detecting when it occurs.
Sometimes when I try to open the workbook its just all messed up. When I go trough the versions, couple of them back still has the error which means it was already saved with it.
All I could figure out so far is that it sometimes happens when I try to copy some cell and paste it elsewhere (but later it works fine)
I'm 99.9% sure that my code is not causing it by accident or purpose. Now I just found the problem on different workbook that might have been opened at the same time. If you're interested, have a look here [URL] ......
Sub Test() For Each Cell In Sheets(1).Range("J:J") If Cell.Value = "131125" Then
This works great except that it pastes formulas. I would like to paste values only. I've tried " PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks _ :=False, Transpose:=False" and it gives me an error.
I have a large set of data regarding the activities going on in particular rooms. The data contains activity name, start time, day, duration, room and size.
I would like to select all rows that contain a cell in the activity name column which contain the words 'VideoConference'.
I have tried to Search, Select All then index the remaining data using =iferror(index(etc. However some activities occur in more than one room and all variables apart from 'Room' are the same. Thus when I have tried to index the room column I get the same room for both rows.
ps the raw data set consists of +28000 rows so I can not simply look through and copy.
I would like to take the data from worksheet1 and put into worksheet2 but limit the length of a list (the real spread sheet has over 100 rows and i would like them in 4 sets of 25 versus the example I provided). Is there an array or macro that would make this work (keeping the formatting)..
I have some code that imports a csv file into a workbook. This works fine when i use a file named .csv. I was hoping to use a random file name (in this case .bmhs) so that we can determine which files we need to import.
The problem i have is when importing a '.bmhs' file the data comes in column A and is a comma seperated list. If i use .csv then the commas are used as the column seperators (which i need).
I am using lesson 33 of Excel VBA and Macros with Mr Excel as my guideline. The coding is as follows:
Dim WBO As Workbook 'original workbook Dim WBN As Workbook 'individual data workbooks Dim WSL As Worksheet 'List of files worksheet Dim WSN As Worksheet
Set WBO = ThisWorkbook Set WSL = WBO.Worksheets("List") Set WSD = WBO.Worksheets("Data")
I have indicated above with ( ) the beginning of my problem.
From the workbook with the list of workbooks to open, in each case I want to refer to a worksheet in each workbook named "Report" and grab all the rows with data exept heading (rows 1 & 2) and 9 columns.
How do I get WSN in the code above to include the worksheet named "Report" or do I need different coding. Using Windows 7 & Excel 2010.