I have a summary page that includes the titles for each tab within the excel 2003 workbook. I want to use the names of the tabs in the summary page and create it into a formula to lookup fixed cells within the various tabs. Sorry for not uploading an excel doc but I was at work earlier and the thread did not load for some reason, so I am reposting it.
I am creating a workbook and need the user to stay on a single page of the workbook until certain circumstances have been met, specifically, a macro has been activated, thus confirming that certain data is now in place. Is there a code of function that I can introduce into the workbook so that clicking on the other tabs of the other sheets will not allow the user to leave the page they are on until that circumstance is met?
I am interested in printing an entire workbook in one shot with multiple tabs, where each tab is one page. I would like to print the tabs such that the first tab has the number '1' in the footer, the second tab has '2' etc. And I don't want to go into each tab and type the number in the footer.
I have a spreadsheet with many tabs in it (over 100 I believe) and I just want a macro that will adjust the page breaks so it will print one page per tab. Somewhere along the way, the page breaks have auto-adjusted themselves to print 4 or more pages on one tab. I do not want that.
In trying to figure this out on my own, I recorded a macro on one of the tabs and it returned the following Sub Macro1()
ActiveWindow.View = xlPageBreakPreview ActiveSheet.VPageBreaks(1).DragOff Direction:=xlToRight, RegionIndex:=1 ActiveWindow.View = xlNormalView End Sub How can I add to or adjust this to make it adjust the pagebreaks in all available tabs?
I have a workbook that is now up to 40+ sheets. I'm adding a contents sheet to aid navigation around the workbook.
Every detail page now has a hyperlink inserted called "Home" that simply refers back to the contents sheet and takes me to the contents sheet when I click the link. So far so good.
On the contents sheet, I'll have 40 hyperlinks, each referring to a sheet in the workbook. I want each one to have the name of the sheet displayed, so if my sheets are called sheet1, sheet2, sheet3, etc. then the text displayed on the hyperlinks on the contents sheet are also sheet1, sheet2, sheet3, etc. That's easy as I can just type the sheet name in the "text to display" field in the Insert Hyperlink dialog.
Here's the tough bit. The names of my sheets change regularly; I want the text displayed for the hyperlink to change automatically so that if sheet3 is renamed to sheet33, the text displayed for the hyperlink also changes to sheet33. Is there a formula that just returns the name of a referenced sheet?
As I mentioned in my other thread, I have a spreadsheet with 9 worksheets and 200+ charts in individual tabs. As you can imagine, searching back and forth across 200+ tabs is a bear. While I have used Tab Colors to help, it's still way too annoying.
Sadly, each chart must be in its own tab in order to ensure that the links to PowerPoint and Word continue to work. Unless I'm missing something, individual tabs are the only thing that have worked for me.
I recently found a macro that creates a TOC for worksheets, but it didn't include chart tabs. Is there such a thing, or is there a way to creat such a TOC manually?
I am trying to build a sheet that contains a table of contents at the top, followed by tables as one scrolls down in the same sheet. What I would like to have to the side of each line in the table of contents is the page number of the table that line is referring to. Is there a formula or a function I can use that will dynamically retrieve the page number of a particular table?
I would like to be able to display all of the sheets in a workbook as a list on the front sheet.
I have a front "Contents" Sheet (attached at the bottom of my post)
In the "Ticket No." column I wanted to have the sheet name, in the "Date" and "Description" column I wanted to display cell values from each sheet; which would be the date and description of that sheet/"Ticket". The "Resolved?" column I will be able to do after I have this part figured out.
What I want to do, is to populate the Lois, Beth, Kelly and Shelley pages with the rows from the Que page when they get assigned to one of them. I tried to program then off of a different example in the forum. It didn't work. Will include the copy.
I searched but didn't find exactly what I needed. I have a workbook with 31 sheets. It is a price guide with each category on a separate worksheet. I figured out how to list the sheets on a separate tab. What my client wants is the ability to:
1. select certain categories for printing, the ToC, Cover and backcover pages have to print in every case
2. the ToC has to change depending on the sheets selected.
I'd rather write some code and give him an an easy command button rather then teaching him how to select non-concurrent sheets and printing only active sheets.
What I'm really stuck on is the updating of the ToC with active sheets only (category and starting page which changes depending on pages selected).
I have 2 inventory reports: what my store has and what my supplier has. I need to copy Tab1:K# to Tab2:T# provided that Tab1:A#'s contents match Tab2:A#'s contents. The A column represents the SKU of the item, but there is a difference in the amount of SKU's in each (my store sells ~6,000 items, supplier has ~10,000 items), so it's not as simple as sort by column A and copy pasting column K to column T.
For instance: On Tab 1, A2's value is , K2's value is [9.38]. On Tab 2, A70's value is , K70's value is blank, but I need it to be [9.38], to match Tab 1's respective SKU.
I almost thought I had it figured out with VLOOKUP, but I cant seem to get it right... It doesn't reference the correct number.
Screenshots for reference
First tab, from the wholesaler: [URL] Second tab, store's stock: [URL]
I have 3 workbooks with multiple spreadsheets (tabs) in each workbook. I want to open a blank workbook and copy various sheet tabs from the other workbooks into my new workbook. I need to keep the formatting etc when these are copied over. There are text boxes in some of the existing workbooks and macro's.
When I view a sheet under Page Break Preview, it shows the Page numbers in the centre of the Page. While I am aware that it would not print the page number I was wondering if there is an option to remove/hide the page numbers.
I have a workbook that pulls in data from other sources and contains 15 linked sheets. The data changes when different criteria is selected in the first sheet. The first 2 sheets are summary sheets and the tabs are named correctly.
I would like to be able to rename the remaining 13 tabs using labels found in the cells in the first sheet. These tabs should update or change when the first sheet is manually recalculated (F9).
I have used ActiveSheet.Name=Range("A1") but it doesn't apply in this case. Is there a macro that could run with something like Sheet1.Name=Range("A1"), Sheet2.Name=Range("A2"), Sheet3.Name=Range("A3"), etc.... or maybe something in each sheet that would change the name of the tab to a specific name off sheet 1 when the whole workbook is recalculated?
I have to prepare files of over 100 tabs in each. I have a list of numbers on a spreadsheet that must be entered on each tab. Am I making myself clear because I tried to do it manually and it's no joke?
I have a program that takes a templete, copies it, fills in some information and then renames the tab based on text in a cell on that sheet. The code loops so I end up with about ten tabs that are created from the Template.
I want to move these newly created tabs to a new Workbook.
is there a way (code) that will move all the tabs except ones delineated in the code - like the tab named "Template"?
Is there any way to arrange the tab easily instead of move back and forth and drag? I have a work book with 50 tabs and if I like to arrange it, I have to move the cursor pointer zillions time and than find and drag the right tab at the right place. Is there any easir way? Like you do in power point?
I have a workbook with a list of names of up to 15 people in each of 5 rows. Each row then populates a row in a separate workbook with those names. Each person is identified by a number and each person then has their own worksheet in that workbook.
Is it possible in some way to auto-name the tab for each worksheet from the number in the name cell?