I have some buttons in different sheets in an excel file, each button has its own code, that is the reason I can not move the code related to each object to another location (sheet or module).
And I have one piece of code in Module1 (Auto_load) in order to execute automatically this routine every time file is opened. Inside "auto_load" routine I initialize some values of some check buttons,options buttons and positions of some objects in diferent sheets, but I can not pass the value of variables between Module and Sheet's code even when I declare as public variables and/or function.
One of the several ws is a form; when the user saves it, all other ws are deleted and the wb is saved as a new file name. (Need to retain other macros for future functionality, seems easiest to just delete the unneeded sheets).
Is their a way to modify the sheet reference from "menu" to "sheet-name" (will be a constant). Because it is likely that additional sheets will be added in the future to this new wb, I'd like for it to open to a specific ws.
As my VBA skills are "in development" (basement level, just now), please provide a complete answer (assuming this can be done).
I have a workbook which I regularly upload that cannot have macros within it; however, to update and process the data, I must utilize VBA Code.
I tried to work around this by storing my macros in a module in another workbook. My process is to have the VBA Code Module from the other workbook open and have the active workbook be the one I want to change, then I run the VBA Code from the other workbook.
This used to work. However, I am recently getting problems with the Code not running correctly. Sometimes it only runs the code if the affected cells are not hidden; other times it will not run the code at all!
How is code or functions kept unique to a workbook? for instance i create a few toolbars that are relevant to "work book 1", however when i open another workbook "2" the toolbars do not function properly or are removed by the opening/closing of the work book, similarly other macros seem to struggle with more than one workbbok open at a time.
I have been able to export data from a Crystal Report into an Excel file. After exporting to the Excel file I copy a Macro that I wrote into the workbook that deletes blank lines. My question is: Is it possible to export into a workbook that contains macros without overwritting the entire workbook which wipes out the macros?
In a workbook with several worksheets i would like (as part of a backup function) make a copy of one of the worksheets.
The code of the complete project is distributed over a module (module1) and several Microsoft excel objects ("thisWorkbook", but also in a number of the worksheets (e.g. in "sheet3 (Risk Management Plan)").
The backup copy of the worksheet (in this example also containing e.g. the Microsoft excel object "sheet6 (Backup of Risk Management Plan)" should be free of any macro code. this to avoid unintended problems by inexperienced users, but also to keep the file size limited.
Probably it would be possible to copy the worksheet without of copying also the code. Or it would be possible to strip the code only from this particular worksheet without influencing any other code, forms, ... . Or, perhaps, there would even a totally different approach.
I prtected several sheets with the xlVeryHidden command I got from you. But when the user does not allow Macros to be executed, also these protections are not executed. Does there exist any solution to this problem? Something like "when macros are not allowed do NOT open file"?
I've used excel for awhile now but never really tapped into the tough stuff. I'm trying to create a workbook for work for Purchase Orders. I figured excel would be workable. The big thing I need is that for each worksheet that is created, I need it to automatically have the next P.O. number on the sheet. I have no idea if that is possible though. Each worksheet will be the same style but the P.O. would automatically change from say 105 to 106 when the new sheet is made. I was hoping maybe the date could automatically be entered as well. That doesn't have to happen but it could be helpful. Working with Excel 2003.
I'm trying to find a way to save a single sheet of an excel workbook and in the same process delete all vba code and shapes from the new single sheet workbook. I was looking around and found this code which does save only the single sheet to a new one sheet workbook but doesn't delete the vba and shape that I have used to assign macros to in the original.
Code: Sub SaveSheetAsNewBook() Dim wb As Workbook Dim InitFileName As String Dim fileSaveName As String Dim wshape As Shape InitFileName = ThisWorkbook.Path & Format(Date, "mm.dd.yy")
I expect this may have been done before, I have a workbook with 6 sheets. Each sheet lists a register, each register has between say 12 & 25 column, 1 column in each sheet denotes a "y" for exporting to another spreadsheet (not the same column in each sheet though)
what I would like is some code that will open a new workbook, and copy each of the sheets (all the fields/columns etc) into the new book, but only the lines that have the "y" next to them.
I have codes that export one sheet , but its not really relevant to what i need to do.
I do environmental testing for multiple hospitals and surgery centers. I've created a master workbook in excel 2007 that includes about 7 sheets. Each sheet is for account info, testing areas, billing, and reports. In the testing areas sheet, I've used a formula to compute in column F a return date for each row based on when the area in that row was tested AND based on that area's yearly schedule (quarterly, semi-annually or annually). The date tested info is in column E of each row and the yearly schedule is in column H of each row.
Every client has their own workbook created from the master workbook template. I would like to export the return dates data in column F of each workbook into a single workbook that would tell me what testing I have to do for each client in any given month so I don't have to go to each workbook and make a list manually. So, not only the date would have to show, but also all the other info in that row (acct number, location, charge, etc). BTW, the data in this testing areas sheet I want info from is not in a "table"...just in cells.
I've been using a script I found on the web to export a book of 15 worksheets so that they are saved into a folder as 15 separate .csv files - these are to then be imported into Adobe InDesign at a later date.
Currently, the code looks like this:
VB: Sub SheetsToCSV() 'Jerry Beaucaire (1/25/2010) 'Save each sheet to an individual CSV file Dim ws As Worksheet, OldDir As String
If possible, I would like the sheets to be exported as consecutively numbered files, so that they can be set into the order they are exported in Windows Explorer, rather than alphabetically.
I have a a matrix table with Rows (A1:A65) and column (B1:F1) as headers containing events and the dates filling up the matrix.
So suppose A10 has "#1015" and D1 has "Tax" then D10 has the due date of Tax payment of #1015
How can i export this table to google calenders to let it remind me of all the coming due dates? All of these events/dates need to be recurring every year.
Want it to be specifically for google calender because i need to be able to forward those reminders to concerned people to take care of it. I only know google lets us import csv files of icalender but i dont have the format or the structure of the csv file...
I've been recently doing a sales competition analysis for work. My basic tool of doing this is an excel sheet which contains product names, their price and amount in our stock. I am wondering whether I can export into a separate sheet only those whose number in the "amount" field is bigger than, lets say, 20.
I need the name of the name of the txt file to use the values in cell AE1 & Q1 from a sheet titled Project Report. eg cell AE1 contains 1783 and Q1 contains Ore Vally so the file name needs to be 1783 Ore Valley.txt
In the sheet TI, under column A, there are cells that contain the number 0. I want the export to ignore any rows which have a 0 under column A
The data from each colum in the sheet TI needs to be separated by TABs and not commas, ful stops, semi colons, colons etc etc.
Once all of this works, i need to be able to just click on cell J1 in sheet Project Report so that with this single click the txt file is produced.
I will shortly be running a project over a twenty four hour period, where a group of people will be inputting data into a workbook (one worksheet per hour), and what I would like to know is if it is possible, to input some coding into a thisWorkbook module to action a save on the workbook every time an entry is placed in column A (of each worksheet) which is divisable by 10 (a10, a20, a30 etc).
I have made a macro that displays a textbox containing the contents of a cell once the cell is clicked. The macro is written in the 'ThisWorkbook' module in the Sub 'Worksheet_SelectionChange'.
Now I want to convert this macro into an add-in so that it works on all the Excel workbooks I open. Is it possible to do this? Or is there a way in which we can automatically put the code in the 'ThisWorkbook' module of any open worksheet (doesn't seem feasible).
I have a spreadsheet with two modules. In an effort to reduce the file size of an archive, I’d like to remove some of the code (i.e., Module1). I have a macro that attempts to do this.
There are three parts to the operation. The first removes Module1; the second Quits the application; the third saves the changes. If I run each of these operations separately, it works fine. However, I’d like to do this with only one macro (SKK4). For some reason, it does not remove the Module. Here is my test Sub skk1() ThisWorkbook.VBProject.VBComponents.Remove_ ThisWorkbook.VBProject.VBComponents("Module1") End Sub
Sub skk2() Application.Quit End Sub
Sub skk3() ThisWorkbook.Close SaveChanges:=True End Sub