Fill Range Of Cells With Text When Listbox Option Selected - Clear When Not Selected
Jul 25, 2014
I am using this code to hide or unhide rows of text on another sheet:
Sub ProcessSheet1ChangeOnCellJ7(ByVal Target As Range)
Dim sAddress As String
Dim sValue As String
'Get the address of the cell that changed without '$' signs
sAddress = Target.Address(False, False)
When the "Not Pursuing" list box option is selected (in cell "J7" or "J8" in Sheet 1) I need to add (or over-write) "Not Pursuing" to the range of cells in column "B" (in the "Tasks" sheet), but only for that particular Goal, meaning a limited range of cells in column "B". If the "Pursuing - Show All Tasks" option is selected for a Goal then these same cells need to be blank so that the appropriate person can enter their name into the cell.
The purpose for adding "Not Pursuing" automatically to these yellow highlighted cells is that it will facilitate filtering of tasks by individual in the "Tasks" sheet..
Again I have tried several times to upload a sample file and am unable to, which I know makes it more difficult to solve. (Is there some common mistake people make? I know it's an allowed format and is very small in file size....)
Code solution can be entered directly beneath:
If Target.Value = "Not Pursuing" Then
ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Tasks").Rows("29:29").EntireRow.Hidden = False
ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Tasks").Rows("30:48").EntireRow.Hidden = True
Using macro's on Excel 2010. What I'm trying to do is create a macro that will copy a range of cells from one sheet to another depending on a option being selected from a drop down box. I've tried to use formulas but without success. sheet 1 contains a list of approx 20 people with rows containing sales figures per week.
Is it possible to have a macro that will copy the rows to sheet2 depending on the dropdown? The drop down has already been setup with people's names
E.g. if sheet 1, cell a1 (with data validation setup) dropdown contains "mr smith", copy sheet2 row A1:A9 to sheet 1 cell a2 or if sheet 1, cell a1 dropdown contains "mr cooper", copy sheet2 row B1:B9 to sheet1 cell a2 etc... for each name in the dropdown
The idea is so that i select a dropdown and it copies the sales figures that match the dropdown name, if i then select another dropdown, the corresponding figures are copied to the same place.
I have a listbox that is automatically filled with data in two columns through a lookup function from a worksheet. That works fine. But now I want to fill the third column with data through a text box, but only in the rows I have selected in the listbox.
My code so far is:
The number I want to insert into the listbox appears, but not in column 3 in the selected row(s).
Arised from my earlier posting in Populate ComboBox With Specific Sheet Column Range. I have the following working code below, but am having trouble finding coding examples to select specific cells from the selected row (that was found by selecting a ComboBox value)and update TextBoxes with those individual values after the UserForm has been initialized (the bold "GREEN" comment in the code below). I have been able to find plenty of references to update TextBox values to Cells, but that doesn't do me much good in this application since the User needs to verify the old data in these cells before updating them using the UserForm TextBoxes.
I was toying around with several different variations of code (none of which worked properly), so I left it out for clarity of my working code. I'll post up this non-working code as needed, because I really wanted a fresh answer...not what I was trying to do. The attached file should be sufficient to see what's going on
Private Sub UserForm_Initialize() With Sheets("SR Information") .Range("A2", .Cells(Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp)).Name = "MyRange" End With SRnumber.RowSource = "MyRange" End Sub
Private Sub SRnumber_Change() Dim ServiceRequestNumber As String Dim c As Range Dim rngG As Range Sheets("SR Information").Select With Selection ServiceRequestNumber = SRnumber.Value For Each c In Intersect(ActiveSheet.UsedRange, Columns("a")) If c = ServiceRequestNumber Then..................
i'm having a problem with a script I have (script is below). What i'm doing is running a script that displays files in a certain folder, those files are then displayed on sheet1 column O and are linked so when they are clicked upon, the file will open. I also have a combo box with a input range of $O$O. That puts the values in column O in the combo box. Now here is a problem and request.
Problem first, when I select the file names from the combo box, they don't open the file, all it does is display the file name in combo box and that's it. how to I get it to open up the file? Now for a request, I have another sheet that is almost exactly as the one i described above. The only thing different I want is when someone clicks on a file name from the combo box, instead of it automatically linking to the file, I want them to click on a button to display the file.
Sub HyperlinkXLSFiles() ActiveSheet.Unprotect Dim lCount As Long Application. ScreenUpdating = False Application.DisplayAlerts = False Application.EnableEvents = False On Error Resume Next With Application.FileSearch .NewSearch 'Change path to suit .LookIn = "c:Sec" .FileType = msoFileTypeExcelWorkbooks ' .Filename = " Book*.xls"..................
I have a listbox that has row and columns. The rows are combinations of options and the columns are Additives.
After selecting a row in Listbox1, (first column are names) i would like the value of the second column to goto a specific area.... find that value and in the cell to the right of it place a "Y". The "Y" would indicate that "yes" it was part of the selection row of the listbox. Same for third column, forth, fifth and sixth. The result from the listbox is a number of Y's and N's in the result page. Then making all that were not part of selected line and equal to "N" to hide row (height = to zero).
Listbox and expected result are in attached example worksheet.
The attached does show the need much better then I can explain it.
I have a spreadsheet with names of students, year groups, subjects and others. My VBA code will analyse student's results, but before I get there I would like the user to be able to select groups of students using listboxes.
Now I have a tonne of variables that I won't bore you with but the main thing I would like to do is to scan through each cell in a range on my spreadsheet and determine if the value of that cell is equal to a selected option in the listbox. This will let me, for example, filter by only Year 10 students, or select to display only Year 9 and 11 students.
I already have the code to scan through each cell:
VB: 'Run through each student and check they match the criteria For N = 1 To StudentList.ListCount
'Split the first and second names StudentName = Split(StudentList.List(N - 1))
Essentially, I would like to take the cell "A" & N2 and check to see if it matches one of the selected options in a listbox called "YearList"
I have a dropdownmanu in sheet1 with different countries taken from Column A in Sheet3. I need a macro to run when i select a country example Denmark. It will fill out transmittal code and also country code in named cells for it in sheet1. Info taken from Sheet3
Transmittal code is in below testsheet in Sheet1 cell E12.
Country code is in Sheet1 cell.
But this have to be possible to change. Also the range for the country have to be possible to change.
This vba code i need to run as soon as i select a country in the dropdown manu.
But one thing i would like to solve also is. When i select a country it will create a dropdownlist in I13 taken from the info in column, i have in Sheet3 column F. So if i select example Denmark, it will show a dropdown menu in sheet1 I13, with the ledger codes 10 and 6x. I have tried to make this work but cant make it work good.
I use excel 2003. Please have a look and upload the testsheet back.
I have a group box with 5 little round option buttons in, what i wanna do is connect the options to an image and when an option is selected the image that corresponds to it shows, then when a different option is picked another image relating to that option shows.
What I am trying to accomplish is the ability to insert a value into a cell if an option button is selected. If the option button is not selected I want there to be a different value in the cell. This is what I have so far:
Sub OptionButton2_Click() Range("F8").Value = "$299" End Sub
What I am having issues with is the "else" clause. I want the value to show $0 if the option button is not selected. I attached a screen shot for reference.
I'm creating an excel spreadsheet that will be sent out to a few users to enter data into. In this spreadsheet, multiple columns contain drop down lists created using the Data Validation tool. The lists are referencing named ranges on a second worksheet.
In these drop down lists are terms that consists of one or two words. What I'm trying to do is when a user goes to select an option from the drop down list, I want the matching one letter code to be entered into the cell instead. For example, Column AK has drop down list with following options:
Good Moderate Poor
When a user selects one of the options, I want one the following respective letter to appear instead......
I have set up a combolist box, and wish to run different VBA subroutines depending on what the user has selected from the combolist. How do I do this? Apologies in advance if this sounds like a silly question.
I am working on some code to copy data from one sheet to another, but I'm not sure if I'm going about defining the copy range correctly. I would like it so that the user can highlight a range of cells on the sheet between A3 and F last row (last row based on col C). However the user should be able to highlight rows in any column between A and F, and they could highly the records with just one column or multiple columns. It should take the row numbers of the highlighted range and use the that as the row number to extract the data from.
Im currently getting runtime error 13 on 'CopyRange = Selection.Rows'
'CopyRange = Selection.Row' returns the single row number for the first cell in the selection, but i need the range of all the rows in the selection.
The VBA code (in the code window) runs nicely on the range B10:B1000, but I'd prefer that it only run on a range I define by the cells that are currently highlighted/selected on the active sheet. How should the line of Set SHOPS = Range("B10:B1000")
I have a survey with different groups of Control Toolbox options buttons on it. I want to ensure that each question has an option button selected before the survey can be exited and emailed onwards. The grouped button names are: GroupA, Group1 through to Group6.
On worksheet 1 I have Column A with a list of names, which we shall call John, Paul, George and Ringo, listed randomly within 100 cells (A1 - A100). I have Cells B1 - J100 with 3 options in each cell; Blank, C and NYC.
I need a list on worksheet 2 for each individual person showing;
(1) total number of cells marked C (2) total number of cells marked C & NYC combined.
I have a worksheet with ever expanding data - rows at the bottom of the data are continually added. I have a simple macro that sorts all of the data according to preset parameters and selects the next blank cell in column A, ready for more data:
Sub Macro5() Range("SortRange").Select Selection.Sort Key1:=Range("SortRange"), Order1:=xlAscending, Header:= _ xlGuess, OrderCustom:=1, MatchCase:=False, Orientation:= _ xlTopToBottom Do Until ActiveCell.Value = IsEmpty(True) ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Activate Loop End Sub
When running the Macro, this leaves all of the cells in the range 'selected' (ie; coloured-over). What do I need to add to the Macro to just select the cell in Column A and remove the highlighting from all the other cells?
I often find myself in the following situation - I will highlight a range of numbers to see what the sum is in the bottom right hand corner (the cells which I select areoften not all within the same column or are not consecutively listed under each other) .Depending on the circumstances I will then type out a SUM formula with the range to put that value somewhere in the spreadsheet - the problem being that I have to deselect the cells and then re-select these within the formula. When I have selected many numbers, it is not always easy to remember every number which I included.
As a way to remember the numbers, I format those cells in a certain colour before I do the SUM formula and would then include only those coloured cells in the formula. I would like to avoid this extra bit of work.
I am new to VBA but would like some form of code that allows me sum the contents of a selected range and paste that formula beneath the last value in the range - the range would have been selected before running the maco.
I have a data that is split into multiple cells and needs to concatenated. Unfortunately, the number of columns wherein lies the data varies throughout the workbook. As such, I wanted to select a range of cells, define this range as the reference point for the macro, run the macro, then move on (selecting a different number of columns on the next try).
For example, I have this:
A B C D E
No Not Very Far
I want to select cells A1:B1, run a macro concatenated the two columns, then select cells C1:E and run the same macro to get this: