I am trying to Find a cell containing a string ("derf" in this case). Then bold the entire row and continue to loop till it hits the end of the row and column.
Here is what I have.
Range("B65536").End(xlUp).Select 'Finds the bottom in column B and sets it to endhere
ActiveCell.Value = "endhere"
Range("A1").Select 'goto the top
Do Until ActiveCell.Value = "endhere" 'The Do Loop Starts
Set rfoundcell = Selection.Find(What:="derf", After:=ActiveCell, LookIn:=xlFormulas, _
LookAt:=xlPart, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlNext, _
rfoundcell.EntireRow.Font.Bold = True
Loop 'Keep looping till it hits the bottom of the columns row!
I am merging columns. Col B has all text in bold. Col C has all text in regular font. When I use ASAP to merge, the merged column comes out all bold. When I use a formula to merge the merged column comes out all regular. What I want is for the merged column to contain the bold text from Col B in bold, and the regular text from Col C in regular.
What I want is...
This is for service plan B: Take all data and transer to new server.
What I am getting is...
This is for service plan B:Take all data and transer to new server.
This is for service plan B:Take all data and transer to new server.
I have an Excel workbook that i need to loop through all rows searching for a certain string we can call "Totals". There are more than one, and i need to grab the values from each at an offset in the same row, different column, to total at the bottom. I have tried a few things unsuccessfully. The code below is just my first step to try to find the row, i know there are problems as i am unfamiliar with the different properties of a given variable.
Function FindRow(szName) As Integer
nFoundRow = 0 For nRow = 0 To Worksheets("Totals").Columns(nCol).Rows.Count If StrComp(Worksheets("Totals").Cells(1, nRow), szName) = 0 Then nFoundRow = nRow End If Next nRow FindRow = nFoundRow End Function
In the code below I find rows containing "$$ #" at the far left and process it. For all the remaining rows I want to delete the entire row, my macro only deletes some rows. Obviously I am not grasping something about looping throught the rows to delete unwanted data.
There are groups of similar ID numbers in Column J. For a group of similar ID numbers in consecutive rows there is only one row that has a number greater than 0 in its Column L cell and the rest of the cells of Column L for that set of similar IDs is filled with 0s.
First for that unique ID group I need to find out which row is it that has a value greater than zero in its Column L cell.
Then I need to use that value to fill the rest of the 0s in Column L corresponding to that set of Unique IDs.
The process continues with identifying similar IDs in Column J and this time doing the same thing for their Column M. I have attached a sample file that shows the data and how the results need to look like.
I need to create a loop within a loop. First loop works fine as follows: -------------------------------
x = 0 Dim DirArray(0 To 80) As String Dim intI As Integer For intI = 0 To 80 DirArray(intI) = Range("start").Offset(intI, 0).Value Next
For x = 0 To 80 lob = DirArray(x) Range("lob") = lob Calculate Sheets("WBB LOB Summary").Select ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.PrintOut Copies:=1, Collate:=True Next
---------------------------- At the 'start' point, first loop works downward through rows. Second loop would work across columns in each row within the first loop. I will have to use a variable for 'y' (the across value) b/c the number of cells containing data can vary between 3 & 9, but I have a COUNTA in each row setup to use as the variable.
So spreadsheet data would look like this with A being the 'start' cell: A 1 2 3 B 1 2 3 4 5 6 C 1 2 3 4
I need to pickoff A1, A2, A3, B1, etc, picking up every sub-category on the sheet.
Instead of bolding only the cells with an asterick in them it will bold every cell with text in it. I also would like to adapt this code to only search through column A but have not been able to figure it out.
Sub FindIt() Dim c As Range, firstaddress As String, ws As Worksheet, FindMe As String FindMe = "*" For Each ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets With ws.UsedRange Set c = .Find(FindMe, LookIn:=xlValues) If Not c Is Nothing Then firstaddress = c.Address Do c.Font.bold = True Set c = .FindNext(c) Loop While Not c Is Nothing And c.Address <> firstaddress End If End With Next ws End Sub
What I want to do is delete a row if the middle column is less than 1.
However my loop seems to skip a row if the column data is like the below
a b c
1 1 1
1 0 1
1 0 1
1 1 1
1 0 1
Code: Range("A2").Select Do If ActiveCell.Offset(0, 1) < 1 Then Range(ActiveCell, ActiveCell.Offset(0, 2)).Select Selection.Delete Shift:=xlUp End If ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select Loop Until ActiveCell.Value = "End"
I have one column of names in excel. The column may contain more than one row with the same name but these rows with the same name will all be grouped together. This is an exampe (each name represents a row in column A):
What I want to do is copy the rows with the same information, e,g, the rows with 'julie' above, paste them into a new spreadsheet and email this spreadsheet to specific email addresses and then do the same for 'jonathan'.
I can work out how to send an email using VBA but I am really stuck as to how to go through the rows and send the email in discrete 'chunks'. I have tried using a for next loop, looping through the rows and copying/pasting rows that are the same as the previous one into a new spreadsheet but this does it one row at a time. If I include the instruction to email the spreadsheet within the loop this would also email the new spreadsheet one row of information at a time, i.e. three emails for 'julie' each containing a spreadsheet with one row of information on it, rather than one email containing one spreadsheet with all three rows on it.
I have a worksheet on which the data is already grouped. At the top of each group is a row that contains only the group name. Since the rest of that row is blank, I want to use a blank cell on that row as a reference, then copy the group name to a newly created column, then fill that column down to the next group.
The goal is to create a column that contains the group name, rather than just having the group name as a " header" at the top of each group.
I need to create a macro that will examine a range of cells, for example D12:T12, find the cell with the largest number value in that range then set the font for that cell to bold (or red, or change the cell background color).
I need to combine rows that have the same value in column a and column b to the same row by offsetting column c to the next available column. For example, I would like the first 6 rows of the provided sample to appear like this.
0014B22<@44>Soil Properties and Qualities<@44>Soil Properties and Qualities<@44>Soil Properties and Qualities 0014B23<@28>Coursey<@28>Ogles<@28>Shelocta
Sometimes the values are the same in column c, sometimes they are different. I do not want to delete duplicate rows where they are the same. Sometimes there are 2 rows that have the same values in column a and column b, other times there may be 3 or even 4 rows with the same values in column a and column b. Regardless, I would like the values in column c combined on the same row in the next available column. It would be nice if the duplicate column a and column b rows (with a null column c cell) were then removed, but I could do that in the next step.
0014B22<@44>Soil Properties and Qualities 0014B22<@44>Soil Properties and Qualities 0014B22<@44>Soil Properties and Qualities 0014B23<@28>Coursey 0014B23<@28>Ogles 0014B23<@28>Shelocta 0014B24<@33><i>Available water capacity:<p> High (about 11.5 inches) 0014B24<@33><i>Available water capacity:<p> Very low (about 2.9 inches) 0014B24<@33><i>Available water capacity:<p> High (about 9.0 inches) 0014B25<@33><i>Slowest saturated hydraulic conductivity:<p> Moderately high (about 0.57 in/hr) 0014B25<@33><i>Slowest saturated hydraulic conductivity:<p> High (about 1.98 in/hr) 0014B25<@33><i>Slowest saturated hydraulic conductivity:<p> Moderately high (about 0.57 in/hr) 0014B26<@33><i>Depth class:<p> Very deep (more than 60 inches) 0014B26<@33><i>Depth class:<p> Very deep (more than 60 inches) 0014B26<@33><i>Depth class:<p> Very deep (more than 60 inches) 0014B27<@33><i>Depth to root-restrictive feature:<p> More than 60 inches 0014B27<@33><i>Depth to root-restrictive feature:<p> More than 60 inches..............
Every week I have a worksheet compiled with large range of data, being input after many meetings done. The action-owner Names in open/close brackets are among the long text input in one Column (there are not more than 50 rows of data).
My problem is that in the Column every time I have to manually Bold-face the owner names in the cells that have their names, pressing F2 and Bold. Examples: ...(Wilfred)... or ...(Jacky/Joseph)... Can someone please help me with a code, say I can list out a fixed list of selected text and such code will be able to have these selected text (which is names in this case) in the cells bold-faced.
I have working code that returns a row number within a for loop based on parameters I set.
Each time the for loop runs I would like to store this row number, then after the loop has finished, delete all stored rows.
Code: for rowNum = 1 to x (some variable end row number which I already have worked out using End(xlUp).Row) if x = y then *storedRow = rowNum end if next rowNum *
Lines with a * are the bits I can't work out. I've been trying to understand arrays by reading posts on what other people have done, but I can't fit (or fully understand) the reDims, or reDim preserves into my code. I've seen what appear to be quite complex ways involving uBounds and LBounds, but unfortunately I can't see how to use them.
All I want is to simply keep adding a row numbers to a variable, (i.e. row 2, 5, 20, 33, 120, etc) and then delete those specific rows.
I have a file with many different row sizes and after calculating the figure, we will need to add up the total for a particular job. Due to the irregular data on each job (some with only 1 line item where sometimes the job have few line items).
The cell to sum already has a formula for the data.
For example, I already have a formula on Column L to get the figures. After few line items, I will need to add a total to the lines item, also on Column L. I think we can uses 2 sets of data from 2 different column as "pointers", Column D and the formula column itself (but I don't know how to). The columns that I need a sum function will be from Column L to X. After doing the sum, can we at the same time draw a sum line? (single top line and double bottom line).
Am I being "too greedy" ? Imagine if we have more than thousands lines of such data to be added manually and to draw these lines manually.
I have searched high and low for a more efficient macro than the current loop i have. I have a range that varies in size but always follows the same format. After i reach a certain value output from a formula, "4", I want to delete all lines below that line. So I want to find value "4" then move one row down and delete all lines to line 2004. I have attached the macro that i compiled but it takes a couple of minutes to run.
Sub manual() Dim Firstrow As Long Dim Lastrow As Long Dim Lrow As Long Dim CalcMode As Long Dim ViewMode As Long With Application CalcMode = .Calculation .Calculation = xlCalculationManual . ScreenUpdating = False End With With ActiveSheet .Select ViewMode = ActiveWindow.View ActiveWindow.View = xlNormalView.................
I'm experimenting with a For Loop, and I don't know how to "tell it when to stop at the end of the column", because the columns have an empty row and then more data.. then an empty row and more data etc So the end of the column would be where there are two empty rows.
Sub eighteenrowsdown() ' ' eighteenrowsdown Macro ' ' Dim rng As Range Set rng = Sheets("Sheet3").Range("I3", "AE3") Dim i As Integer
I know the code is bad but as long as I can get it to stop at the end of the column I'll be happy
Hi, I'm very new to writing Excel Macro's and wanted to know if I could do the following. Conceptually, I understand what I need done and think it should be fairly straightforward.
There's 2 main events in this loop (I hope that's the correct terminology):
Input 1) User defines the beginning cell to start the loop. In this case, A2.
Input 2) User defines the range of columns/rows to display. The formula for rows that I've thought of is 4r. So if a user wants 20 rows below cells A2, they simply input 5 for r. The number of columns is a constant 5. So if r=5, then I'd want the range to be A2:E22......
I'm trying to use this Find Method and combine it with a countif or loop. Something that will count a number of occurences of a unique type of character. I'm looking to find all "F" characters in Bold, Italic and Size 16. Here's my find code that I'm trying to use. I can get it to work by itself but not along with a countif or loop.
Sub count_4() Dim r As Range Set r = Range("A1:A6") With Application.FindFormat.Font .Bold = True .Italic = True .Size = 16 End With r.Find(What:="F", LookIn:=xlValues, LookAt:=xlWhole, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, _ SearchDirection:=xlNext, searchformat:=True, MatchCase:=True).Activate End Sub