'The following code creates a new commandbar name Visual Basic Editor, which on event delete the VBE module1. How can I tie the built in visual basic editor commandbar to this.
Sub bar() Set mybar = CommandBars("Tools").Controls("Macro") Set mycontrol = mybar.Controls _ .Add(Type:=msoControlButton) With mycontrol .Caption = "Visual Basic Editor" .FaceId = 1 .OnAction = "MySub" End With mycontrol.Visible = True End Sub
Function mysub() With ThisWorkbook.VBProject.VBComponents("ThisWorkbook").CodeModule .DeleteLines 1, .CountOfLines End With End Function
I have a problem with my VBA Editor. I have the Projects Window at the top left of the screen, the Properties underneath it and, normally, the Userform/Code window fillint the rest. However, The userform/code window is not behaving as before. When you try to get one or the other they open in another window whereas I'm pretty sure that they just opened in the same window.
I realize that this is very long, but the VB editor does not see it all as the same line, and therefore I get a Compile error: Expected: list separator or ). Is there a way to have this all on the same line?
I have created macros before, but it was a step by step, easy to follow, guide from out textbook. Now I have to create one on my own from these directions.
So my first task was to create a macro that went to a specific worksheet, and made A1 the active cell. I created that macro.
Now it comes to where I have to open the macro in Visual Basic Editor and I am completely lost. I know absolutely nothing about this. This is what it looks like now:
Sub Show_Report() ' ' Show_Report Macro ' Macro recorded 4/25/2007 by ******* ' ' Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+w ' Sheets("Jeff").Select Range("A1").Select End Sub
So now these are the next directions. "Edit the Show_Report macro in the VBE so that the macro prompts the user for the name of the report to view (indicating that the user should enter "Jeff", "Sally", "Jane", "Jim", and "Harry") and then displays that worksheet. (HINT: You should run the edited macro to make sure that it runs correctly.) Include an If-Then-Else control structure to detect an error if the user enters an incorrect report name. If an error occurs, the macro should display a message box informing the user of the error.
So what Im thinking is I need a code so what when I hit my macro hotkey, it opens up a pop-up box and then I get to type in a worksheet name and it takes me to that worksheet.
I only want to change some Visual Basic Editor (VBE) font settings on the active workbook, but whenever I do so within the Editor tab of the Options dialog it changes the VBE font settings for all workbooks.
Is it possible to change just the active workbook VBE font settings or do these settings reside in some *.ini file that once changed, globally changes the setting(s).
I am Generating Excel file with Macro using my asp.net (c#) application.
I am able to generate Excel file in development environment, but in Production it gives following error: "Programmatic access to Visual Basic Project is not trusted Line: Microsoft Office Excel"
I did googling a bit and found that I have to open Excel file physically make few security related changes in macro as below.
1. Open the Office application in question. On the Tools menu, click Macro, and then click Security to open the Macro Security dialog box. 2. On the Trusted Sources tab, click to select the Trust access to Visual Basic Project check box to turn on access. 3. Click OK to apply the setting. You may need to restart the application for the code to run properly if you automate from a Component Object Model (COM) add-in or template.
Can i do above changes at runtime (using some code)?
I would like to do is develop a stand alone program in Visual Basic ( not in Excel VBA) to update the price file in our Portfolio system automatically using the downloaded Excel format file csv extention file from the BigCharts. But before that, I need to export the *.pri file from our Portfolio system in to Excel which still saves as *.pri extention. Then once it updates, I import the updated *.pri file back in our Portfolio program. I understand that the Excel VBA code can be incorporated in Visual Basic code provided there is an object declaration for Excel file (In this case eventhough the both files are in Excel format, they don't have xls extention). how to use external files and Excel VBA code in Visual Basic?
Below is the code that I currently have in Visual Basic. What I'm trying to accomplish is using the ticker (eg. msft) as a keyword search to look up in the price file. If found , the price of that ticker from the test.csv file will be copied in to the price file which is test.pri. I haven't ran it yet.
Sub UpdatePrice(BigChartPath As String, BigChartName As String, AxysPricePath As String, AxysPriceName As String) 'Below are Excel VBA codes 'Uses the test.csv to look up tickers in test.pri and update the price in it Dim PriceFile As Workbook, BigChartFile As Workbook Dim PriceFileSheet As Worksheet, BigChartSheet As Worksheet Dim MaxRows As Long Dim PriceFileRow As Long Dim BigChartRow As Long Dim BigChartFound As Boolean Call CheckBookOpen(BigChartPath & BigChartName) Call CheckBookOpen(AxysPricePath & AxysPriceName) Set BigChartFile = Workbooks(BigChartName) 'Big Chart website imported CSV file saved as test.csv...............
Is there a code you can type in to VBA to allow a picture in a spreadsheet to change when a parameter is specified. For example i have a picture of a timber beam i drew in excel. and i wondered if i could set it up so that when the user inputs the length of beam they are using, the diagram alters to show the length specified.
My company "makes widgets". Each "type of widget" is associated in our internal database with a record locator (five alpha characters). Our company website can also use that record locator to pull up a webpage specifically dedicated to that widget. In addition to the webpage itself, the website also creates an expanded URL which contains additional information about that widget.
I'd like my macro to take a list of record locators, open up the company website related to each specific widget, pull back the expanded URL, and do some text management with the URL to populate other parts of the spreadsheet.
For example, if my record locator is "ABCDE", my macro would go to the website, "http://www.widgets.com/ABCDE". The site then redirects to an expanded URL: "http://www.widgets.com/whole-bunch-of-data-about-the-ABCDE-widget". I'd hope to write a macro which pulls back the expanded URL and does some magic with the "whole bunch of data" part. I've been told that the MSHTML library would be useful for a project of this type. I've been able to connect my spreadsheet to that library, but then I'm not sure what to do with it.
Have a project going and have had a disturbing trend develop. I'm working in Excel 2003. Upon opening the file and enabling macros, I started receiving File/Path errors, at which point it would shut down the application. When opened, I have a splash that would come up, but it wouldn't go to the next userform. At this point I would get the error message and the file would be closed. If I then reopened the file, disabled macros, saved under a different file name, and then reopened with macros enabled, everything worked fine, until I shut it down and then tried to reopen, at which point the same error would occur.
Lately I have simply been getting the Microsoft Excel dialogue box telling me an unexpected error occurred and it had to be shut down. I'm at a loss for what is causing this. The last time this happened, when Excel recovered the file, it told me a repair had been done, and the repair was to basically delete all of the VBA code from the file.
I am encountering a situation wherein each line of VBA code is essentially compiled as I type on that line, instead of when I move to a different line. For example, if the code I entered is incorrect, the compiler waits about half a second and then turns it red. Also, if I enter a space, it deletes it immediately.
I'm sure this is something I've accidently pressed while using VB. My text cursor has changed from the usual 'I' shape to a black box shape. Now instead of adding text where I'm typing it now types over previous work. Is there an easy fix for this.
If Range("CustInfo") = False Then Range("ICompany, IPhone, IFax, IContact, ICell, IEmail, IAddress, IPOBox, ICity, IState, IZip").Select Selection.ClearContents Else Range("IJobDescription").Select Selection.ClearContents End If
For I = 1 To 5 Range("Qty" & I).Select Selection.ClearContents Next End Sub
keeps giving me an error 400. I have reinstalled xl just to see if it was related toan error I recieved earlier relating to VBE6.dll. This still works in another workbook but it doesn't work in this one. All I did was change the Range names and cleaned it up a bit.
Whenever I run a macro on excel the Microsoft VB editor opens and shows me what the macro looks like. It also runs the macro. Now, I would very much like it to keep running macros, but I really don't need to see my code every time. It gets really annoying, and I need to run about 40 or 50 different macros on one sheet. How can I make it go away?
PS! It's Excel 2007 for students, Norwegian version.
I have four columns in my worksheet. In column C, I need to find the no. of times word "Alarm" is occuring. Further, with each "Alarm" entry in col C, there is a alarm type given in column D. I need to find the no. of alarms for each type and then display a bar chart for the alarm type vs. frequency of its occurence.
Now, the xlBook.Add() line is something I just added. I am not sure if it works but i dont think it does. Everytime i try to use Workbooks.Open it tells me that i need to decalre Workbooks, which i thought i did with xlBook. Anyway, I cant get it to work, something is throwing it out of whack.
I have a cell that I do no want anyone to enter any information into unless a previous cell has "U" inside of it.
Okay so so I have a column of cells named "Fringe Benefit Type" you can choose different letters to corropand to different types. Now I have set the letter "U" to be the one I want and that works. Now the next cell is called "Hire Season". Now (stay with me here) IF "Fringe Benefit Type" is equal to "U", I don't want the user to be able to enter anything into "Hire Season".
I am using the visual basic thing, which already has some code, but I am not understanding it too well.