Excel 2010 :: Unhiding Specific Number Of Worksheets Based On Cell Value
Jun 26, 2013
I have been attempting to cobble together code from different forums for the past several hours to make a macro to unhide a specific number of worksheets based on a cell value, and have failed miserably thus far. Here are the specifics of what I have going on:
Microsoft Excel 2010
Workbook Name: TASERR Model - 06-26-13.xlsm
In this workbook, I have a worksheet called "Input". In cell C21 of that worksheet, workbook users will fill in a number between 1 and 50 (I have the value for that cell limited to those numbers through data validation). Based on the value in that cell (C21), I want to make a macro to unhide that specific number of hidden worksheets. I have 50 hidden worksheets which are named "Route (1)", "Route (2)", "Route (3)", etc.. If the value in cell C21 is 7, I want the worksheets named "Route (1)", "Route (2)", "Route (3)", "Route (4)", "Route (5)", "Route (6)", and "Route (7)" to unhide. If the value in cell C21 is 3, I want the worksheets named "Route (1)", "Route (2)", and "Route (3)" to unhide. I'm sure y'all can see the functionality I'm going for at this point.
how to run some VBA code (written by someone else, unfortunately) only when clicking once in cell A1, and not run in any other cell. This is being run in Excel 2010. The code I would like to run in this manner is below, and currently will run when the user clicks on any cell in the worksheet it is applied.
[ Option Explicit_________________________________________ Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean) 'If IsDate(Target.Cells(1, 1).Value) Then Set DatePickerForm.Target = Target.Cells(1, 1) DatePickerForm.Show vbModal Cancel = True 'End If End Sub ]
What I'm trying to do is, create a formula that works like vlookup, except I want to return the value of the cell that is a specified number of cells below the looked-up data in a single column array. So, let's say cell A1 reads "Bacon". In B1, I'd like to put a formula which searches the array for the cell that contains "Bacon" and then returns the value of the cell underneath, let's say the value is "Eggs". Then in C1, I'd like to put another formula which also looks up "Bacon" in the array, then returns the value of the cell that is down two cells from the cell that contains "Bacon", let's say the value is "Milk". And then in D1, a formula that returns the value 3 cells below "Bacon", and so on. All the values here will be text, and not sorted in any specific order. I'll be using Excel 2010.
Please take a look at the attached sheet if it clarifies things.
I am trying to work out a macro to hide and unhide rows in worksheet 6 based on a cell input (cell I6) in worksheet 1 based on the following:
>> If I6 in Worksheet 1 = 1 or 5 or 6 then Hide Rows 19 to 24 in Worksheet 6 >> If I6 in Worksheet 1 = 2 then Hide Rows 21 to 24 in Worksheet 6 >> If I6 in Worksheet 1 = 3 or 4 or 7 then Hide Rows 17 to 20 in Worksheet 6 >> If I6 in Worksheet 1 = 8 or 9 then Hide Rows 17 to 20 and Rows 23 to 24 in Worksheet 6
My Workbook has 72 worksheets split into two. The first 36 include all the data, but the second 36 have one element removed.
I am very grateful to RoyUK and others who have steered me towards some code that allows me to hide and unhide the first 36 sheets exactly as I want, but when I add the second 36 the code comes up with an error saying the Procedure is too large.
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So for example:
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Number of variable entered: 5
q9001 q9002 q9003 q9004 q9005 q9006 etc.
Should give me: "q9001 q9002 q9003 q9004 q9005"
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