Im looking for a macro that hide empty rows. I found some simple macro but that are long to execute. While looking for a faster code, I found two codes that work pretty fast. But as I don't understand VBA I am not able to adjust them to my situation.
First macro: I am able to specify my range (B6:B77), but the macro applies to blank cells and I need to apply to "" cells.
Second macro: very fast as well. Here, it applies to "" cells, but I am unable to specify a range. So the rows 1 to 4, which are empty, are hidden but should not.
I am getting values for my excel sheet from another department excel sheet . everything works fine. If there is no values in the rows in the Department sheet, then i need to hide the rows in my sheet. How to code this in VBA. When they add values to the rows then i should make the rows visble here. Kindy give me a sample of vba code to this or suggest me to solve.
We have created a macro that basically looks for rows that contain an "H" and hides the row if it does.
Users can add new rows throughtout the year to this spreadsheet. and based on certain criteria, an H or U will be placed in a hidden column which the macro looks at and hides any row it finds an H.
The user has to click on the button that has the macro assigned to it once they have finished working on the spreadsheet.
The problem we're finding is that for users who insert/delete rows, once they click the button it takes up to 15 seconds to run through macro (which is ok). However, users who haven't added or deleted any rows and who click the button, they have to wait upto 5 minutes (which isn't ok) for the macro ro run.
We can't figure out why the macro takes longer to run when no changes have been made?
I have read other posts about this but I am still a little confused as most macros that have been made are tweaked to suite the users individual needs.
What I want is something like this to work in the active sheet:
If cells D2:D55 = "" Then Hide.EntireRow
If cells D2:D55 = "has any value" Then Show.EntireRow
The values in D2:D55 are populated by a VLOOKUP depending on what someone chooses in a drop down validation list, however not all the rows are always required so I would like to hide them to save some space on my form.
I am trying to run a macro that will hide rows when one cell is empty and another is not. Example: hide row when cell g is empty, but cell b is not. Or something to that effect. So far I've only used this code, but I would like to know how I can modify the code to fit the parameters I need:
Sub HideRows() On Error Resume Next With Range("B1:B300") .EntireRow.Hidden = False For i = 1 To .Rows.Count If WorksheetFunction. Sum(.Rows(i)) = 0 Then .Rows(i).EntireRow.Hidden = True End If Next i End With End Sub
My company has a canned template for some of the work we do and to avoid wasting too much paper I wanted to insert some extra code into an already programmed macro button (which sets the page breaks) to hide forms (both as individual worksheets and rows within separate worksheets) if the field that ought to auto-fill them is left empty.
I have a workbook with over 70 tabs whose position shouldn't be changed. Some of these tabs are colored in yellow (sorting by tab color is not allowed). I need to select these yellow tabs first and loop through them (only yellow tabs) and hide empty rows in the range of A1: G 50 on each of them. Grouping sheets wwon't work because each tab has different last row with data within that range.
I need to select all yellow tabs (color code 6) in a workbook with over 70 tabs and hide all empty rows within A1:I36 on each of these yellow tabs. the position of the tabs needs to be unchanged (sorting by tab color not allowed). I got this code from another excel forum but somehow it only works when i select one yellow tab and run it and the code only works on the one yellow tab i selected. can fix this code so that it can loop through all tabs (yellow and non color) and do what i mentioned above for each yellow tab?
Sub HideMT() Dim Ws As Worksheet Dim wsColor As Long
I am developing a spreadsheet that, once all the code is run has numerous sheets added. On these sheets I have a significant number of rows that contain no data and could be hidden (I dont want to remove them, because later I need to re- import all these rows back to my master sheet). I tried code I found in the forum to hide a row if it is empty but this doesnt work as some of the cells contain formulaes referencing back to another sheet that is hidden.
I am trying, and failing, to write code to hide a row that contains no actual data, but still has formulas in some of the cells.
I would like to rows based on multiple column conditions criteria. ie., if the columns N, O, P values are "", then hide the particular row. The logic given in the website here, i tried But, it is not 100% working. It works for a few rows at the start of the database & it works for the rows at the end of the database. In between, for a few rows, even if the column values are "" it does not hide those rows.
I want to create a macro that will cut and paste a worksheet out of an existing workbook and tidy up the table by removing all rows where there is no value in one of the fields (product or part number for example).
I have a formula that does exactly what I need , it fetches negative stocks from sheet 1 , but the formula places the data exactly on the same row where the negative is , thus there are a lot of in between data not required , Yes I can copy paste special values and remove blank rows , but the macro will do it faster
need to create a macro that inserts 3 rows below each existing row of data and simply copies and pastes that data into each of the empty rows before moving on to the next unique row and doing the same thing again.
This is what I have so far, but I can't seem to get the loop right.
I have a series of worksheets in a single workbook. The problem is there are many rows that contain zeros across. The problem is that there is text in that row in case a number does show up there. I need a macro that will hide all of the rows containing zeros or no values.
I'm trying to create a macro to delete all empty rows but only if they are a certain row height. I currently have a macro that looks to the first cell and if it's empty, then it deletes the entire row. The only problem is that I would like to keep the shorter, empty rows to maintain my desired formatting. I will post the code I have if I can figure out how to do it properly and not violate the forum rules.
[code] Sub DeleteEmptyRows()
'Cell A above and below each header contains white and gray text to maintain formatting when deleting empty rows'
Dim i As Long, LastRow As Long LastRow = ActiveSheet.Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row[code]......
I created a macro that analyzes some datasets and according to different parameters it puts an X at the side of every cell that goes out of parameters. These Xs are all in columns named the same way for it to be easier to find. What I want to do is to write some macro that will hide every row where the data did not go out of parameters to be able to easily see where it did. In the following example it would need to hide the second row since there are no Xs in that row. One of the problems I'm having is that the amount of columns and rows is variable.
Data Data Functional Upset Data Data Functional Upset
# # X # #
Below is the piece of code that I created to try to do this (G has the value for the amount of rows). I think it is working but it is either taking too long since it has to sometimes go through over 20k lines as much times as it needs to to cover all the rows that contain Xs or its getting stuck for some reason.
Code: Worksheets(2).Range("I3:I" & G).EntireRow.Hidden = True K = 0 Do Until Worksheets(2).Range("I1").Offset(0, K) = "" If Worksheets(2).Range("I1").Offset(0, K) = "Functional Upset" Then
I'm having a problem with my macro .However, if i use the following script:
If i am correct all the rows with a value less than 1 should be hidden right? However, some rows are hidden when they shouldn't be.
Im working on a quotation with different products in it. And the rows with a 0 in it should be hidden and that's pretty much working. But it also hides some of the subtotals(which i dont want) and some stay unhidden.
I am now trying to hide rows when the data in a column matches that of a cell with a data validation list. Ideally i would like only the rows with matching data to show. When the cell is changed then the visible rows change and when the the entry "total" is selected all the rows are shown. There are several small tables of data on a page so I can't use auto filter. The data areas will also change in size as new entries are added. So the last row in the data tables will increase over time. I will copy and apply the macro to each separate table of data.
As an example cell c19 contains "lwsf"
The data table is in the range c24:q47. the column with matching data is column D so all rows of entries with "lwsf" in column D should be visible and the rest hidden. When c19 is changed to "TF" then the rows visible become those with TF in column D and the rest hidden.
I want a code to Hide the row if "sum of numbers in columns three thru last column" = 0. Following is a code I use to delete a row if that is blank. The difference here is that I dont want to to check first two columns and I want to hide them rather than deleting.
I Have Values in Cells A29 thru F45. I want to hide the entire row if the value in Column C is the same as the value in Column C in the row directly above, i.e, if the value in C30 is the same as C29, Row 30 should be hidden.
Based upon the logic built into the table values. if the value in C30 matched C29, all of the values from C30 thru C45 would match C29 with a need to hide all rows starting at Row 30 and then thru row 45. The values could begin repeating at Cell C31 with the value in C31 matching C30 with a need to hide from row 31 thru 45.
I am thinkin a Selection.AutoFilter type of macro?
I call the code into a Worksheet_Change module on a particular sheet (Sheet1). It hides rows between 11 to 1503, but if I innocently select these rows, the spreadsheet freezes on me & I have to kill Excel. I'm guessing I need to add code to counter these do nothing events?
Im trying to use the following code to hide rows on my sheet however its just crashes my sheet:
Private Sub CommandButton2_Click() Dim Ws As Worksheet BeginRow = 1 ChkCol = 6
For Each Ws In Worksheets EndRow = Ws.Range("AW" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row For RowCnt = BeginRow To EndRow Ws.Cells(RowCnt, ChkCol).EntireRow.Hidden = Ws.Cells(RowCnt, ChkCol).Value = "Open" Next RowCnt Next Ws End Sub Basically, from row 3 onwards I want to hide rows where AW does not contain 'Open'.