Export Specific Columns In Different Order Without Header To CSV
Jun 24, 2014
I want to export some columns of my worksheet to a csv-file. But i don't want to export all of them, i just need for example: Columns B, D and G and inside the csv-file they should be in an different order like G, B, D .
I already thought about using "union" to select the specific columns, but i can't get this to work.
I will admit I am a neophyte when it comes to VBA - I am JUST opening the book (never had to program before). I am trying to figure out how to create a VBA macro that will, with the click of the button, save the data in my worksheet (minus the header line) into a CSV file.
I can export the data I have into a CSV file the normal way, but I DONT want the header line included. And instead of manually removing it each time, Id like to just be able to export it, then send it to the DBA for integration.
I need a way to re-order an excel worksheets columns based on another worksheet.
Data is extracted from a database into excel however users can configure the columns in the initial system. to how they like This causes problems when the data is copied into an excel spreadsheet I have created as the data copied will not be in the same column order as is required.
How can i reorder the columns without physically having to cut and paste the columns to match?
I have attached a sample spreadsheet.
You will see on the spreadsheet that 'fixed columns' is the order that i require the data however 'variable columns' is not in the same order.
I work for an environmental company and we do emission testing. We specifically use the analysis software CEMsoft and ProRATA. After each test/run we get a text file (.txt) that we print out which then has to put into a specific pre-made excel data file.
I am wondering if there is a way to export the data from the .txt file and into the specific fields within the excel sheet. Can I encode the .txt or excel file to do it for me? Trying to eliminate the need to manually put in the data from the printed out sheet.
Have a set of dates as column headers across a worksheet. Rows are product names. When a product is delivered, the cell is marked "delivered" for the date (in the column header) it was delivered. Need a formula that will look across each row (product), and return the date of the first cell with the value "delivered". I have: =INDEX(F19:AS19,1,MATCH("delivered",F19:AS19,0)) <for row 19. right now, but its just giving me "delivered" as the value and I cant figure out why.
I need to populated a specific range of cells based on a value of any kind in a header cell. Attached is a sample of the end results. Please remember each header cells needs to determine what happens the range of cells below the header cells.
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I have a table like the one below, only it has a few hundreds of rows and columns and I need a solution in order to fill in the blank spaces with 0 and 1 in order to get the total by row and by column. Is there any way to do this with a formula/macro ?
I am looking for a better solution working with columns in VBA.
Currently, I refer to columns by their letter or # in my VBA code.
Columns("AW:AW").FormulaR1C1 = "=+RC[-8]" I have a scenario where I have to work with a dynamic data source that scrambles columns around (column is not always in the same position on the spreadsheet). Currenct...Also, there may be missing columns or new columns that need to be recognized.
What I would like to do is refer to my columns by header name.
For example (PSUEDO CODE):
If column ("MTD BUD") or ("MTD REV") do not exist Then Goto ErrorHandler Else Columns("MTD REV").FormulaR1C1 = "=+RC[MTD BUD]" End if Would the best way to go about something like this be to create an array with column header names that I can run things against? How would this look?
I was wondering if their is a simple macro to transpose data from rows to columns so I can export to a tab delimited file. This particular list is 5 lines underneath each other and then the next entry.
Have developed a form for my associates and want them to be able to move to the cellls I want them to fill data in to by merely hitting the TAB or ENTER key vs. having to move the cursor to each cell requiring them to input data.
Want cursor to move in a specific cell order. You would think you could merely say 1M, 2C, etc.
I have a VBA method that goes thru and calculates a bunch of stuff and puts this calculated info into a static data structure. This method is called 'setProjectInfo()'. This method is reliant on values on my worksheets, So as the user makes changes to the worksheet, I want setProjectInfo() to get called so it refreshes the data structure with updated information. I then have a bunch of helper methods to access different parts of this data structure. These helper methods are used in the formulae of a bunch of cells on a worksheet (ie '=getPercentComplete(period)', etc, etc).
This is all working well except for one thing. Sometimes the helper methods get called BEFORE setProjectInfo() gets called.. So, the helper methods return stale information. I can only get around this by manually recalculating the spreadsheet again. setProjectInfo() does enough stuff and takes a long enough time that I don't want to have to call it at the top of each helper method.
I've put the call to setProjectInfo() in a cell formula at the top of the my spreadsheet in hopes that Excel would know enough to call it first.. But that does not seem to work. Net, how can I get VBA to always call setProjectInfo() BEFORE it calls any other VBA methods?
So I want to add some VBA Code that deletes specified columns and then insert Bolded Column headers to the remaining columns. The columns I want deleted are D,F,I,J,K. For simplicity purposes, the column headers would be A,B,C,D,E,F,G.
I tried using Columns("D,F,I,J,K").delete but I kept on getting 13 error.
I have the following code that sorts each column sperately and it works, but believe this is a long way round and not the best way. I need the columns sorting alphabetically seperately and each has a header row.
I am trying to find min value for a row (product price) within two columns (price lists) and return row one (company name) in third column ( see the attachmet). My first idea was to use “min” and “if” but a problem occur when there are text or zero or none values in the price list. I tried with conditional formatting, offset function, match-index and other methods without success
Can I create a PivotTable with two columns of data for the same Column header?
I have created a PivotTable in Excel 2003 with months for rows and cities for columns. I would like to have TWO columns of data for each city. The two data columns are: Average House Selling Price, and Number of Houses Sold. When I put both of these data fields into the PivotTable Wizard, they are listed below each other so that each Month occupies two rows, but each city occupies one column. I want the two data fields beside each other so that each month only occupies one row, but there are two data columns for each City.