Dim wb As Workbook
Dim newWB As Workbook
Dim i As Long
On Error Resume Next
.LookIn = "C:Budget"
Set wb = Workbooks.Open(.FoundFiles(1))
Set newWB = ActiveWorkbook
For i = 2 To .FoundFiles.Count
Set wb = Workbooks.Open(.FoundFiles(i))
I have a macro that searches through a certain location for Excel files. The program and files were made in Office 2003. When another user runs the macro in Office 2007, the files are not recognized or the macro does not search, I'm not sure. Either way, the files are never located in their folder location. Any thoughts or ways around this?? The top part of the code is posted below,
Do With Application.FileSearch .NewSearch 'Change path to suit .LookIn = "C:Documents" .FileType = msoFileTypeExcelWorkbooks '.Filename = " Book*.xls"
If .Execute > 0 Then 'Workbooks in folder For lCount = 1 To .FoundFiles.Count ' Loop through all. 'Open Workbook x and Set a Workbook variable to it Set wbResults = Workbooks.Open(Filename:=.FoundFiles(lCount), UpdateLinks:=0)
When I noticed that FileSearch was missing after I updated to Office 2007, I decided to recreate the class and save it as a file to import anytime I needed to use it. I tried to use as little code as possible, so if there is some property you would need to add then you may have to add it yourself, but this will at least give you most of the funcitonality of the original Class without having to update your existing code too much.
You have to just reference the class and then it can still be used in a with block or however you are accustomed. Here are the two class files that I have, the first I named FileSearch (go figure):
Dim pLookIn As String Dim pSearchSubFolders As Boolean Dim pFileName As String Public FoundFiles As New Collection
Public Property Get LookIn() As String LookIn = pLookIn End Property Public Property Let LookIn(value As String) pLookIn = value End Property Public Property Get SearchSubFolders() As Boolean LookIn = pSearchSubFolders...................................
Before upgrade to Microsoft 2007 this code worked well (for 3 years). I marked it well with big space & comment where it gets hung up. The line says: With Application.Filesearch. All is well up to that point. I have another program that seems to have a problem when it comes to "With Application" as well. It must have to do with the upgrade, because my programs have been used daily, and it was right after the upgrade that it got buggy. All of the users were upgraded to Microsoft 2007 at the same time.
Sub Rpitracking() 'Collects data from records Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Dim MyCandidate Sheets("PI Tracking").Activate Set Level = Range("I5:I100") Sheets("PI Tracking").Range("J5:Z100").Select Selection.ClearContents 'Clears info pulled from records Sheets("PI Tracking").Range("5:100").Font.ColorIndex = 0 'Colors all rows black Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.Calculation = xlCalculationAutomatic Range("ID").Offset(1, 0).Select Selection.QueryTable.Refresh BackgroundQuery:=False 'Application.Calculation = xlAutomatic For Each Cell In Level Cell.Select If Cell.Value <> "" Then 'Checks to see if Application date us there If Cells(Cell.Row, 9).Formula <> "" Then 'Checks to see if app date is there MyCandidate = Cells(Cell.Row, 2) & " " & Cells(Cell.Row, 1)
I am trying to search a folder that is selected by the user for all .jpg files, and then place all those pictures onto a certain spreadsheet within the excel file. It also formats the pictures. Following is the Private Sub BatchProcessThumb2x3() Msg = "Select a file containing the photos you want to insert." Directory = GetDirectory(Msg) If Directory = "" Then Exit Sub If Right(Directory, 1) "" Then Directory = Directory & ""
On Error Resume Next With Application.FileSearch .NewSearch .LookIn = Directory .Filename = "*.jpg" .SearchSubFolders = False .Execute
' Select begining range Worksheets("Thumbnail (2x3)").Select Range("B4").Select ' Loop through all files and process them
I have a macro running in Excel 2003 that uses application.filesearch. I discovered through another post that this is not included in Excel 2007. A replacement was suggested and I cannot get it to work. Can someone show me how to replace application.filesearch in my macro with the replacement code? I'm a real novice and can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. Or if you have a better solution I'm open for that as well.
Here's the original that works in 2003, the suggested replacement code will follow.
Sub GoGetData() Dim lCount As Long Dim wbResults As Workbook Dim wbCodeBook As Workbook
I have a piece of code that was written by someone else (namely Phil_V, from these very forums) that only works in versions of Excel before 2007. I was just hoping that someone could update the code for me?
I know it's a lot to ask, but I simply don't have the expertise to do it myself I really appreciate any help received.
I wrote a macro to list all the excel files from a directory and its sub-directories to an excel sheet. It is working in excel 2003 but shows error (object does not support this action) in 2007. Actually I have copied almost this entire macro from excel 2007 help only. Can somebody modify this to use in both the versions of excel?
In the following thread, richphillips wonders about Application.Filesearch Application.filesearch In Office 2007
Is there a replacement for this? I have several macros that use Application.Filesearch and I would like it to work not only with Excel 2003 but also with Excel 2007. This is the function
Function CreateFileList(FileFilter As String, _ IncludeSubFolder As Boolean) As Variant ' returns the full filename for files matching ' the filter criteria in the current folder Dim FileList() As String, FileCount As Long CreateFileList = "" Erase FileList If FileFilter = "" Then FileFilter = "*.*" ' all files Debug.Print CurDir strFolder = BrowseForFolderShell(, , , 0) If strFolder = "" Then MsgBox "You Cancelled" Exit Function End If............
Found code to find files and return results.. edited to my liking(barely.. i have no VBA knowledge).. it works on the PC I use. This is intended to be on a shared folder across a network for others to use, and it is not returning any results on the other PCs. This computer has Office 2003.. the rest have 2000. I can NOT figure out the problem. I have read in searches that Application.Filesearch is not reliable, but I do not know how to change it to any other type of coding Attachment 26214
Sub SrchForMSDS() Dim i As Long, z As Long, Rw As Long Dim ws As Worksheet Dim y As Variant Dim Fil As String, FPath As String y = Application.InputBox("Search for file(s) named:", "MSDS Search") If y = False And Not TypeName(y) = "String" Then Exit Sub Application. ScreenUpdating = False With Application.FileSearch .NewSearch .LookIn = "\My-SbscompanyMSDS Database" ' \#.#.#.#companyMSDS Databse or My-Sbs .SearchSubFolders = True .Filename = y................
I was using the following macro on Excel 2000, 2002 & 2003 for many years without a fuss. Recently, I upgraded to Excel 2007. When I run the macro now, I get the following error message:- Run-time error 445 Object doesn't support this action.
Sub test() With Application.FileSearch .NewSearch .LookIn = "C:Documents and SettingsDesktopCommercial Database" .SearchSubFolders = True .Filename = "*.*" .TextOrProperty = "BANK" .MatchAllWordForms = True .FileType = msoFileTypeAllFiles If .Execute() > 0 Then MsgBox "There were " & .FoundFiles.Count & _ " file(s) found." End If End With End Sub
Additional info:- The 1st line of my code which is With Application.FileSearch is highlighted in yellow when I run this macro.
It seems to me that Application.FileSearch is not working with XP SP3.
I have a code that used Application.FileSearch and it works perfectly at home. But when I use in the office, it does not work. When I click on HELP menu, the one in the office has a Microsoft Excel 2003 SP3 whereas the one at my home does not have the SP3.
I have been trying to process Excel files in a directory with the following
Sub FindExcelFiles() Dim foldername As String Dim FSO As Object Dim fldr As Object Dim file As Object Dim cnt As Long foldername = "c:usersseagreendesktopTuesdayFeb102009week ending feb 7 2009 esting2" Set FSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FilesystemObject") Set fldr = FSO.GetFolder(foldername) For Each file In fldr.Files If file.Type Like "*Microsoft Office Excel*" Then cnt = cnt + 1 End If Application.StatusBar = "Now working on " & ActiveWorkbook.FullName DoSomething ActiveWorkbook Next file Set file = Nothing Set fldr = Nothing Set FSO = Nothing Range("A1").Value = cnt End Sub Here's the stub for the subroutine that's being called:
Sub DoSomething(inBook As Workbook) 'Massage each workbook 'Debug.Print "Hello" Debug.Print ActiveWorkbook.FullName End Sub I am using Excel 2007. I found out I cannot use Application.Filesearch as Microsoft has dropped this method for 2007. My problem now is that I just see "Now working on c:usersseagreendesktopTuesdayFeb102009week ending feb 7 2009 esting2file1.xls written six times in the immediate window.
I have an existing code that runs almost flawlessly but I am running in to formatting cells error (or at least I think that is the problem).
For example, here is a line of code where my error lies:
If Worksheets(FirstSheet).Cells(Counter, ColtoMove) = MoveIf Then 'DO SOME ACTION
If I put my cursor on MoveIf it shows the expect number of 4500016239…….BUT it errors!
When I step through the code and go to the worksheet (or go to the left side of the = in the above code the data in the cell is “4.5E+09“.
I’ve attempted to change the formatting of this cell range to “Text” by the following With statement:
With Worksheets("CreateOrderFormsData") .Range("AC:AC").NumberFormat = "Text" End With
Note: if I verify the cells formatting after the above code is ran by rt click on the cell, format cells the Number field is set to “CUSTOM” and the Type: field is set to “TEXT”. Is this the problem? Please read on.
But that did not seem to do the trick…..actually if I now go to the left of the = again (which is now set to text) the data is “###########” in the cell, in the formula bar the number is the expected 4500016239 though but the CODE STILL FAILS!
Am I on the right track…..can anyone assist with this error please?
My code works well if the worksheet name is Sheet1. It will change constantly. I have alot of other similar workbooks that are not affected and cannot figure this out. Here is the code that I get the error at: ....
I have a workbook which includes a simple set of options on closing such as selecting the front sheet, restoring scrollbars and saving the workbook. To avoid problems with subscripts out of range I am using the ThisWorkbook statement to close the workbook.
This works fine and causes the workbook to close when close is clicked on any excel window. The problem is that excel falls over when it tries to resume closing the other workbooks. I am given (ironically) an error saying "excel has encountered a problem and needs to close". Does anyone know how to work around this?
My code is below:
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeClose(Cancel As Boolean)
Call Toolbars9(True) With ActiveWindow .DisplayHorizontalScrollBar = True .DisplayWorkbookTabs = True End With
i would like an if macro to pick up if cell dest (i have used a case to define this cell) contains an error or more imoprtantly #REF! then change the offending cells to 0 and put up a message box to put "Check XTA". i have found some that i think may work but i didnt understand them (they had function in them :smask so i couldnt put them in.is there a way to put them in with out functions or could someone point me in the right direction.
how to supress the continue,end,debug, message when there is a vba error. The idea being that if there is a bug in my system that I have no realised, I don't want my end user seeing that message! I would preferrable design my own error message to appear instead.
I have a rather large workbook (30 sheets, 10MB) that has one worksheet with many INDIRECT functions in it (pulling data from the same file, different tabs). I am working to put simple code into the workbook to protect and/or unprotect all worksheets. I have gotten code to work to both protect and unprotect all the sheets, but when I run the unprotect code (see below), and then I go to edit the workbook, data from the sheet with many "indirect" functions temporarily "overwrites" the data on the active sheet (this is fixed when I scroll my mouse over the effected cells). I am developing this workbook for other users, so I'd like to fix this before sending it off to them.
This problem does not happen until after I run the following .....
I used the code below for Conditional Formatting. This works fine but the VBA-code crashes when I delete more than one selected cell. Is there a simple modification possible to prevent this from happening?
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Dim icolor As Integer If Not Intersect(Target, Range("A1:C250")) Is Nothing Then Select Case Target Case 1 icolor = 6 Case 2 icolor = 12 Case 3 icolor = 7 Case 4 icolor = 53 Case 5 icolor = 15 Case 6 icolor = 42 Case Else 'Whatever End Select
Target.Interior.ColorIndex = icolor End If End Sub
I copied the sheet and redid the format. I renamed the original dashboard sheet from count to "keep" and named the copy after the original "count" Everything still works great - until i either hide or delete the original count which is now named "keep". I get an error at the red colored line below ".publish false".
I'm using a CALL Macro to split up a HUGE macro into different pieces:
Code: Sub RSLDASHBOARDV2() 'Macro recorded 12/14/2010 by Ryan R. Koleno, Pharm.D. 'Last Updated 7/10/12 by Ryan R. Koleno, Pharm.D. 'Do Not Modify Code Unless Given Proper Privileges to do so. Dim APPSPD As Worksheet With Application .ScreenUpdating = False .Calculation = xlCalculationManual
The first few macros dealing with page setup and what not work fine but when it hits the Pivot table code for the STATSPIVOT macro it errors out stating: "Run-time error '1004': Unable to get the PivotItems property of PivotField class' at this point in the code:
Code: objField2.PivotItems( _ "TRC").Position = 1 objField.PivotItems( _ "MEDCO MAIL OR AOB").Position = 2
When this macro is not split up it worked fine as written. Am I overlooking something in the Call Macro's code or is there a variable I'm not aware of. I have included the Pivot Table code that errors out as well.
Code: Sub STATSPIVOT() 'STATS PAGE BASED ON STATS DATA TAB Sheets("STATS DATA").Select Dim objTable As PivotTable, objField As PivotField ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("STATS DATA").Select Range("A1").Select
I am trying to use a sub to count files that some one has helpd me out with in the past. It was working but for some reason now it is not. I always have 0 returned as the number of files in the selected location (SourcePath), which is a filthy lie as there are files in there. The idea is that all .xls and all .xml files are deleted, and then if the folder is empty, that is also deleted, but as the Count_Files sub is always returning 0 the code is trying to delete the folder, which causes an error as it has files in it.
I can't seem to find Zip Files with FileSearch..I'm trying to search for and copy specific zip files from my temporary internet files folder to another folder. But it doesn't find them. It works with any other type of file. But it just won't find Zip files. And it's not because it's the temporary internet files folder, because it finds OTHER typs of files in the same folder, just not zip files.
I Have also tried using "*.zip" - Does not find any files, when I know they are there. And Have tried "*.*" DOES find hundreds of files... I have also tried serching in a Standard Non Sytem Non Hidden Type of folder. DOES NOT find zip files.
Even more maddening, It worked yesterday.....I already tried system restore.
Sub testing2() Call GetFromTemp("Filename.zip") End Sub
Public Function GetFromTemp(Fname As Variant) Dim i 'Copies Downloaded Zip file from Temporary Internet Files to Downloaded Database FilesTemp 'Fname is Filename.zip you want to search for in Temporary Internet Files
I understand that Microsoft left Filesearch out of VBA for Office 2007 because it was buggy. Sadly, however, I still need it. It would help if they placed a comment in VBA help that stated that it was discontinued. As it is, they make it look as if Filesearch is still available for use. OK, I'll stop ranting now.
After reading several earlier posts, apparently I have to use the Dir function. I learn visually and cannot figure out how to use the function from the VBA help file since there are no examples. Does anyone have an example of code using the Dir function to insert filenames in an array? Once I see the code, I'm sure I can adapt it to suit my needs.