How can I get the message to display in the center of the display box?
If i < 3 Then If MsgBox(Tries - i & " Tries Remaining." & vbLf & vbLf & " Try Again?", vbYesNo) = vbNo Then Exit For
As you can see the "try again?" & the text "Tries Remaining"works fine by entering spaces, but the number that is suppose to display with "Tries Remaining" does NOT center. How can I get the number to display in the center along with the text?
This is the complete code.
Private Sub Workbook_Open() Dim i As Integer, Tries As Integer Dim PassTry As String Const Pass As String = "Password" Dim storedPath As String On Error Resume Next storedPath = ThisWorkbook.CustomDocumentProperties("PathCertString").Value On Error GoTo 0..................
We can center horizontally with TextAlign (Left, right or center). Can we center text in a textbox on a userform vertically? I am working with multiple fonts, when a user selects a font I attempt to format a textbox as a display to show what is being created (Best WYSIWYG as I can). I have this particular font that is just ugly but is required. My textbox is set for a 12 point font but the displayed characters partially appear below the lower portion of the textbox. Think of cutting off about 1/3 of the bottom of all text in the textbox.
In my textbox it seems like the text could be moved up (some type of top margin?). All other fonts appear to display in the textbox vertically central, so I believe its the particular font selected causing the as displayed anomaly.
Is it possible to vertically center the text in a userform label? For example: I have a label that's 22px high, but the text is only 10pt -- at the moment it just hangs out at the top of label looking bad.... I'd like to place it the middle if possible.
My current spreadsheet shows text that's aligning just slightly to the left of center. In the Format Cells menu under Alignment, I have selected Center for both Horizontal and Vertical. There is no indent. Orientation is 0 degrees. Text is set to wrap. Merge cells is unchecked. Text direction is Context.
When I double click a cell to change the text, it centers correctly as the cursor blinks. But when I click somewhere else and it stops blinking and allowing me to type in the cell, it aligns slightly to the left of center.
I have used conditional formatting, by which cells in a column (Column D) would either have "Text1" or "Text2" or "Text3". VB code so that macro runs a check on 'Column D' and if any cell contains "Text3", a pop-up appears with message "Text3 is there"
I can't seem to make user-defined format that puts a text in front of a number and/or a text.
Let's say I have A1: 13, A2: texttext A3: text7 and I want to format a lot of cells to "Ilike 13" / "Ilike texttext" / "Ilike text7"... ie add the same text in the front of the cell, no matter what the content is.
I did manage it seperately, with "texttext" @ for text and "texttext" # for numbers, but what's the general one?
I have a few tasks which I have been doing manually because I do not know if there is a way to accomplish these tasks automatically via some excel formulas.
My first task requires me to take an address, for example: 1234 CAMBIE STREET, and format it such that it is properly capitalized (only capital letters in the front of words) like this: 1234 Cambie Street
My second task involves taking an address, for example: 1234 1st Avenue W, and rearranging it such that the direction is in front of the street name like so: 1234 W 1st Avenue. What makes this task potentially even more complicated is that not all the addresses I am working with require the rearrangement, so I can't simply have a formula that puts the last group of characters in front of the first group of characters because that may screw up addresses that don't require this formatting.
My third task demands that 2 columns of names are combined into one column, while also simultaneously placing a "&" between the names. For example: Jonathan Parkinson | Sarah Parkinson turns into Jonathan Parkinson & Sarah Parkinson. Now I do understand how to use a simple combining formula (=a1&" & "&b1) but it isn't that simple. The columns are not all filled with names. Some pairs may have no names, whereas others may have only one name. Because of this, the formula I used as an example will result in many instances where all I see is a "&", and other instances where I see the first name, followed by an unnecessary "&".
So far, for the majority of these problems, I've been using a combination of manual data input, and the replace function, but I really do hope there is a faster and better way to go about these tasks.
I believe this would be a very simple query for some but I am a complete novice in VBa and am using a msgbox in one of my file but I need to split the message text into multiple lines but I do not know how to do the same.
How can I break this onto 3 lines in Visual Basic Editior to make it more readable:
MsgBox "Only enter data in white cells." & vbNewLine & "Yellow cells contain formulas or dates entered automatically", & vbNewLine & "Do not insert blank rows. Copy row(s) and Insert/Paste" , vbInformation, "Spreadsheet by GJF"
In order to export an excel table into another program I first need to save the excel file as .txt. The .txt file can then be imported by the other program.
First I however need to make excel understand that the value should be a text and not a value. I therefore format the number as text (0000150235) by adding "0000150235". After saving the file as .txt the format changes from "0000150235" to """0000150235""". I do however need the format in the .txt file to be "0000150235". Can anyone tell me how I can save "0000150235" as .txt and get the value "0000150235" in the .txt file.
I have an excel sheet full of dates in text format and want to convert them into regular format. For instance, one of the dates listed is in text as "60801". I'd like it to show in regular date format of mm/dd/yyyy, so that 60801 becomes 8/1/2006.
I have searched the 'net and read MSDN msgbox but I cant find what I am looking for. Maybe msgbox is not the correct function to be focusing on?? I want a message box to ask a question, and the answer is dumped into a variable, much like you can do with yes/no/cancel, but (much like a pop-up textbox) I want to be able to respond with text in a textbox. [This of course is part of my Excel spreadsheet] (I think with C++ it was something like "msgbox = ?$-" or something like that, but I don't know what to look for with VB.)
In D2 I have: =B2 In D3 I have manually input: (space)3-08
As you can see the CONCATENATE puts the "39569" date in A2 But the second line puts the text date as I prefer. What I would like to do is put in a formula or macro in D2 and down that will change the "Mar-08" to "3-08" so it CONCATENATEs correctly to column A. Simply: I'm trying to avoid manually inputing the text version "3-08" (or whatever M-Y) into D2 down a hundred or so rows!
Need to create a set of aligned text amts from various cells...Tried Format but unable to get right combination...I've looked at many threads and most seem related to getting amt from text instead of reverse.
Cell may contain nothing or a monetary amt, negative or positive. Output needs to be in format of "$9,999.99-" or similar...with leading zeros suppressed but a min of "$ 0.00" showing, so that above/below amts with be decimal point aligned in a fixed font situation.
I've almost gotten my routine finsihed but this is last remaining obstacle.
I'll get straight to the point: How can I change this text format from 474556788 to 0-47455678-8 (dash added after 0 and before the last number). I need to apply this to around 5000 rows (can't do that manualy). I want it to be int his format:
474556788 to 047-455678-8
Tks Auto Merged Post;474556788 to 047-455678-8 (This is the wanted format)
This stems from an earlier thread but I didn't want to raise a new question on a previous thread. So, Wigi had kindly shown me some code for seeing how long a macro takes to run. I've been trying to adjust the format so that when it's complete it shows as "This macro took 00:01.23 seconds to complete" Or, mm:ss.ss, if that's possible. Here's what was shown to me earlier:
Dim t t = Timer '-------rest of the code here------- MsgBox "This macro took " & Round(Timer - t, 2) & " seconds to run."
I've been trying some variations like: MsgBox "This macro took " & Format(Timer - t, 2, "h:mm:ss.0") & " seconds to run."