Excel Copies Cell From One Worksheet To All Worksheets In Workbook?
Mar 27, 2014
I have a table that lists names, eligibility and # of people. That is just one worksheet. I have a total of 30 worksheets in that workbook. The column with the names is completely filled out. I entered a number in the eligibility and # of people columns and Excel copied all three cells (name, eligibility and # of people) to the same cells on all of the worksheets. I have no formula in any of the cells, nor do I have anything linked.
I have an excel workbook that serves as a master workbook. I have to create 30 copies of this workbook, 1 for each site. Each workbook will have small differences in the data held. This is because I will refresh the sheet before saving it. There is a dropdown list on the 1st tab of the workbook that contains the names of the sites. The sequense, I suppose would be like: select the next name on the dropdown list"calculate" the spreadsheet to enable the refreshsome sort of "save-as" with the name from the dropdown list forming the name of the file. The Master file must be kept intact.select the next name from the dropdown listcalculate the sheet ........and so on I have a few other things I will add to the script like Protect Sheet etc.
I have several worksheets( Named 1, 2, 3,4,5) in a book containing data , the amount of rows for every sheet is variable depending on the job. I would like a macro that copies the data from the first of the worksheets and paste it in a blank one(lets call it Results), then copy the data from the worksheet two immediately below and do the same with data contained in worksheets 3,4,5.
the following code filters data and copies to worksheets specified in code, can this code be shortened to make the macro run faster. Also in my second criteria how can I put "Contains "PT2" in the criteria as nothing happens when i run the macro, is *PT2?
With shtRec .AutoFilterMode = False .Range("A7").AutoFilter Field:=8, Criteria1:="LEHMAN", Operator:=xlAnd With .AutoFilter.Range On Error Resume Next Set rng = .Resize(.Rows.Count - 1).Offset(1).SpecialCells(12) On Error GoTo 0 End With If rng Is Nothing Then MsgBox "No data to copy" Else rng.Copy shtLehman.Range("A6") End If .AutoFilterMode = False End With
I have a function that counts my worksheets and I reference that to a cell so another macro that creates a new worksheet will be named +1 numerically. My problem is I need it to anchor on "MISLC" and count to the end of the workbook. Or start on the last sheet and count back to "MISLC"
VB: Function Sheets() Sheets = Worksheets("MISLC").Index - 1 End Function
i created a sheet and called it "Original" (which somehow is a template), in another sheet i created a big Button named "Create account" ,then i created a macro which copies that "Original" sheet and by default it names it "Original 2 " now that i need a new account each time i click that button to create a new sheet and rename it by the client name i need, in order to keep the "Original" intact as a template. It happens sometimes by mistake that i rename the "Original" one ( The template one) which therefore returns an error when i click the button!
Is there anyway to add to that macro a code which rename that "Original 2" something else lets say "Account" to differentiate it from the Template one?
Or to Protect only the "Original" sheet from being renamed out of the whole sheets i have , in order not to rename it accidentally?
I have had some problems closing down a workbook that I have. During a save and close.
A duplicate file appears and causes considerable time delay...sometimes even causes a windows crash. I can't find the source of the problem, but I have noticed that in the Windows Task Manager, the file is there as well, yet not visible on the screen.
I have to input information into a master worksheet which contains data (employee names, location, start date and client) that then needs to be repeated in several other sheets. I want to input the data into a master worksheet and then automatically populate the other sheets with the data. If the data could then be filterable on each sheet that would be good.
I am trying to quickly transfer all worksheets in a directory into one worksheet listing all worksheet names in the tabs in number order.
The formula have so far is below. But it does not name the individual tabs as the worksheet names in no order.
Sub GetSheets () Path = "Y: Filename = Dir(Path & "*.xls") Do While filename "" Workbooks.Open Filename:=Path & Filename, ReadOnly:=True Sheet.Copy After:=ThisWorkbook.Sheets (1) Next Sheet Workbooks (Filename) . Close Filename = Dir () Loop End Sub
The worksheets appear as follows 1982-001, 1982-003 up to 1982-250 ( I want them in single workbook but as multiple tabs in number order)
I have a list of references in a range (A5:A98) in a worksheet called "Architectural". What I am trying to do is create a seperate worksheet based on each cell value in the range. However, rather than blank worksheets, I would like each new worksheet to be a copy of a worksheet called "Template". If possible, I would like to have the name of each worksheet also put into cell B2 of each copy.
I'm looking for information on building a macro that will automate making copies of a spreadsheet into another workbook that contains very particular information. My master sheet has lists of my customers and the rep's that service them. What I need to do is have macro buttons for each rep. that will pull all the shops that they service and all information for these shops into another spreadsheet.
I wanted to know if there is any way possible to get vba to insert a formula in a cell to each worksheet in each workbook in a folder and then using loop to extract all the info from each worksheet of each workbook in same folder into a master workbook?
I'm looking to automate the process of repeating an excel worksheet (which is set up with various tables and formulas) for various countries.
I have a referenced list of countries set up in worksheet 1. So for example: in worksheet 2 I have a sheet set up for Albania - and I want to repeat this for another 100 countries. . Can I use the reference list of countries to auto-repeat worksheet 2 for worksheets 3 - 102 and auto-title the worksheet tabs? (E.g. Brazil, Canada, Chile..............)
Code that will autofilter my sheet for rows that contain either a 1,2,3, or 4 in Column "Z". Then, create a new workbook for each unique value in column "O" and save that to a folder on my desktop named "Contracts". Next, while still filtered by by "Z" and for every unique value in column "O", filter and name a sheet in the new workbook for each unique value in column "B". Finally, while the main sheet is filtered I need to copy and paste the visible cells (minus header row) from columns C,D,E,F,G,H,S, and U to consecutive columns in the newly created worksheet beginning in cell "A9".
I am using excel to create some contracts for a few partners. Each partner could work with several of my clients and I need to give each partner a personalized contract for each of my clients with which they work.
I hope my description of the problem is not too confusing. If so, let me know and I will try to clarify exactly what I am trying to say.
I have tried to combine some code that I already have but, being a newb with loops, I can't seem to get it to do everything.
This is probably a VBA thing, but there might be a simpler solution. Either would be grand!
Basically, I have a four sheet workbook that needs to be printed out in its entirety (no problem doing that ); however, I would like the final sheet (called "Room Data") to be printed, let's say ten times.
So basically I'd get a single print of the first three sheets and ten of the "Room Data".
Any ideas on how to do this without having to manually print the final sheet multiple times or creating ten identical sheets in the workbook?
I have what is probably a simple request to all the VBA experts out there, and simply want to take a template sheet in a workbook and copy it across to 100 sheets numbered/named 101 -200, and add the name of each sheet as a text reference, e.g. sheet name 101 will have a cell within the worksheet that refers to sheet 101.
I have attached a simplified spreadsheet which indicates what i'm trying to achieve.
Consider two instances of Excel - one with a workbook containing a chart and some VBA code, the other containing a blank workbook. When I paste a chart from the first instance of Excel to the other, all the VBA code from the original workbook is also pasted into a new third hidden workbook in the second instance of Excel! If that weren't weird enough ON WINDOWS XP (but not Windows 2000) if the VBA code included WorkbookOpen or AutoOpen this code is executed in the second instance of Excel, which of course fails if it references sheets that only existed in the workbook open in the first instance of Excel! This is the first time I've seen the same version of Excel do different things on different versions of Windows! Example attached - What's going on!? Auto Merged Post Until 24 Hrs Passes;...note: this does not happen when pasting charts between workbooks open in the SAME instance of Excel
Over a period of time I entered dozens of worksheets into a very important workbook. Finally, I decided to put them in alphabetical order. I found a method/formula to perform the task on line. I made the suggested entry and it ran for some time. After it finished: the worksheets were in order. but since then Excel has been slow and many times unresponsive.
I have five excel separate excel files containing values covering more than 500,000 rows each. I want to put then in a single excel workbook without tedious work of copy/paste to sheets of this workbook.
I am looking for a Macro, which would first ask me to input the member notation in a new tab (Say M1 in the example). After I give the input as M1 or M2 or M2 or so on, it would display only rows for Section 1 (min and max values) and section 4 (min and Max values)(highlighted in Red). I know it is petty simple, but I am still an amateur with regards to Macros.
I want to write a macro that will copy data from all worksheets of a specified workbook and copy them into a new workbook.
To give some detail, I receive a report each morning containing failed deliveries. I also export a list of failed deliveries from a system (SAP). These reports rarely match so I must compare the two daily. I do this using INDEX and MATCH functions but now my boss wants all the data in a single report so I would like to harness the might of vba to consolodate all the data in one workbook.
The lists of failed deliveries are contained in worksheets marked mon, tue, wed... so I need to search all worksheets for all delivery numbers and copy all of the data into a new book. This becomes complicated because on Monday there is only one tab marked mon, on tuesday there are two (mon & tue), one wednesday there are three and so on.
I have started on some code but I am getting nowhere fast. I have managed to muster an input box which asks for a date (this will be used to search the file path for a file named "failed deliveries & "mm/mm/yyy")
I've got some code which some one posted me a link to on here which set up a pivot table on more that 1 sheets (using excel 2002).
I inserted this code into a rountine I do daily which works fine.
The problem Im having is that Im getting more and more info which I need to pivot over more than one sheet. So I was going to amend the rountine so It picked what ever sheets are in the work book to pivot.
At the moment I have to go into the code and name the sheets to pivot. Is there some code which can work out how many sheets that need pivoting and just do it with out naming them? and also just add a new sheet with the pivot on rather than having to name the destination?
I've posted the code i got given below and have highlighted the bit where I have to name the sheets.
I used VBA codes to apply different passwords for different worksheets in a single excel workbook. They worked fine. Then i applied a password to the VBA code itself through the VBA project properties. Also worked.
But my problem is that, if any one enters a wrong password to open any of the worksheets, the VBA will open an error message window and when "end" option is clicked, the VBA code will open without any prompt for the password.Thus the entire purpose is defeated.