Excel 2010 :: Runtime Error When Using Like In SQL Statement
Feb 5, 2014
Excel 2010. Windows 7
Run-time error '-2147467259 (80004005)':
An unexpected token ""20*"" was found following "1' AND
PERIOD = LIKE*. Expected tokens may include: "". SQLSTATE=42601
code died at RS.Open SQL, CN
Dim sn as String, osi as string, saposi As String
I am writing macros for a pop up calender in excel 2010. I followed instructions in the link below but at the testing step # 7 it returned; 'run time eror 424 object required'. It's my first time writing macros.
Trying to be slick with my macro I have 2 sheets collecting data in a workbook. I am attempting to send as attachments only those 2 sheets. I am getting an error at the following space within the code. How do I get around this?
Code: Sub Send_to_Me()
' Send_to_Me Macro Dim objTemp As Object Dim FileExt As String Dim TempFileName As String Dim FileFullPath As String Dim FileFormat As Variant
This is the line that I get with the message above. It is only 2 sheets. Excel 2010 Windows 2007
I am using this code (below) to hide certain rows or columns depending on what number is entered. Everything is working fine and I am at the point where I would like to share this excel sheet with others but I would like to lock certain cells so that others cannot alter the formulas. As soon as I lock the cells and then enter values into the unlocked cells, I get the "run-time error '1004': Unable to set the Hidden property of the Range class".
I am using excel 2010 x64.
Code: Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)If Not Intersect(Target, Range("B3")) Is Nothing Then If Range("B3").Value = 0 Then Columns("G:P").EntireColumn.Hidden = True Else If Range("B3").Value = 1 Then Columns("H:P").EntireColumn.Hidden = True
The macro I'm writing (Excel 2010) is a loop that inserts a column based on a variable location, enters in a formula in the first cell, enters another formula in cell 2, then should fill that second formula to the last row, then keep going until the loop ends. There is always a chance that there will be blank cells to the left and right so I didn't use xldown. I've tried writing in multiple ways, but I keep getting the error.
Code: Sub colfrmadd() Range("A1").CurrentRegion.Select colcnt2 = Selection.Columns.Count
I've been using a macro successfully for the last couple of years, but this morning when I went to use it, it decided to fail. I have a workbook which contains various spreadsheets. The macro that has failed performs the following tasks:
1. It copies a list of email addresss from an external workbook to a sheet in the current workbook (still works) 2. It copies the referral sheet I want to send to a new file, and saves it with an appropriate filename to an appropriate folder (still works) 3. The macro then creates an email with a standard subject line, attaches the new worksheet and emails it to each of the addresses as above (broken)
The error message is from Microsoft Visual Basic. "Run-time error '1004': Mail system failure. Check your mail installation."
I'm guessing there is a setting somewhere in Excel that has changed as part of an update.
I've been through a number of the options in the developer menu to remove any obvious restrictions (& reopened excel afterwards), but so far it hasn't resolved the problem.
For what it's worth, here is the macro code.
With Application .EnableEvents = False .ScreenUpdating = False End With Run "PullInSheet1" Dim oldbook As String
In case you're wondering about the pullinsheet code, I'll add it below - but I probably grabbed it from this forum a couple of years ago (like some of the above) & just made some changes.
Code: Sub PullInSheet1() Dim AreaAddress As String '''''' Sheet11.UsedRange.Clear Dim ClRange As String ClRange = "= 'L:ADMINEMPLOY SERVICES" _
There are a couple of things I've wanted to do to improve the macro, but I couldn't justify the need to spend time working it out (since writing spreadsheets isn't really my job). Since it's broken at the moment, I can...
1. I'd like to create a subject line that reflects the name of the person being referred. For some reason though, anything other than text in the cell reference caused an error for me. eg, I tried using concatenate to create my subject line, but it didn't work.
2. I'd like the copied sheet to contain all of the formatting of the original sheet. Presumably there is a paste option that will do this and I just picked the wrong one.
The mailsystem we use is Groupwise 8. I couldn't find any settings in that program that have been changed, or that I could change.
I should change the extension from xls to xlsx in the code since I'm using Excel 2010 (but changing it doesn't fix the problem).
Why am I getting a runtime error on the following code:
Code: If Target.Address = "$E$5" And Target.Value "" Then Range("E5:G5").Copy If Sheets("Sheet5").Range("F5").Value = "" Then Sheets("Sheet5").Range("F5").PasteSpecial xlPasteValues Else Sheets("Sheet5").Cells(Rows.Count, "F").End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0).PasteSpecial xlPasteValues End If End If
When I select only one cell it's ok but when I select multiple cell to delete it sends me a run-time error '13'.
I am attempting to use a previously Set variable as part of the next Set statement, pretty unsuccessfully at present.
My purpose is trying to look up
from a userform in Col Z then look across the row to Cols D,I,N,S & W (different types of work) to see if
matches the year selected then insert a formula in the row to the left. Then loop down to the FinalRow.
Currently my Set Found1 statement does not recognise my Found10 value. I know it will be my syntax as it always is. I have cut down the following code to display where the problem areas are, Found1 thru 5.
Sub CmdGo3_Click() Dim Row As Range Dim FinalRow As Long Dim Found1, Found2, Found3, Found4, Found5, Found10 As Range Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Code: Private Sub Workbook_Open() Form1.Show End Sub
It has worked perfectly for about 2 weeks, well now when I go to open the workbook it gives me the debug error of Run Time error 424 Object Required. I last ran this today at about 8 a.m. no errors, but now about 4 hours later, it is bugging out. What is causing this?
I am running excel 2007 thin client. in attempting to refresh a query, I have encountered this error message: "run time error 1004 Incomplete datasource". The four line macro is as follows:
Code: Sub RefreshFamily() Sheets("Family").QueryTables("Family_refresh").EnableRefresh = True Sheets("Family").QueryTables("Family_refresh").Refresh BackgroundQuery:=True Sheets("Family").QueryTables("Family_refresh").EnableRefresh = False End Sub
Where the named range "Family refresh" is defined as :
The following script runs fine the first time I click the command button on an Access form but after I close the Excel workbook and click the command button again to edit a new spreadsheet, I get the follow error message:
Run-time error '1004': Method "Columns' of object'_Global failed.
It fails here:
The script is being run from Access 2007 and is opening a spreadsheet in Excel 2007 (but using xls extension)
Code: Private Sub IdahotoExcel_Click() Dim dlg As FileDialog Dim idahofile As String
I have been given a macro recorded on a mac and it works fine with Mac Excel 2011. Unfortunately, I need to make it to work on a windows machine, but it comes up with an error message "macro unable to set width property of the window class. Run-time error 1004". When I press debug it takes me to the line .Width = 1456.
Below is the chunk of the code that becomes highlighted when pressing debug.
With ActiveWindow .Width = 1456 .Height = 795 End With
I have a VBA excel file that pulls data from a CSV file downloaded from a link. I format this data into a table through excel and then copy it over to Outlook. This is where the problem is. I get a runtime error 4065 for "file is locked for editing".
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 need some different columns within a row to calculate based on a statement found in an earlier column in the row. something similar to below. there will only be two statements total which are noted on the table below.
A B C D E
1 0 0 20 5%
So basically If column A = disposition calculate D and E in column B but if Column A = Receipt calculate in column C
The formula for D and E is not exactly as shown just using that as a quick example. I'm using office 2010.
I am using MS Excel 2010 want what to change a number of cells if a value is true e.g.
Row one has the headings Prz, Stat, Val, andPts Row two has the following values :- (Prz) a2 =2, (Stat) b2=1, (Val) c2=$30, (Pts) d2=10 How do I do the following in Excel :- IF B2=1 THEN A2+1 AND C2+30 AND D2+5 so that the above cells are changed to (Prz) a2 =3, (Val) c2=$30, (Pts) d2=10