I would like to have a VBA macro that would look over my entire spreadsheet and hide the individual row if any cell in Column A contains the text "xyzzy". The "xyzzy" can be anywhere in the cell....beginning, middle or end.
Code: Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Address(False, False) = Sheets("Sheet2").Range("A3") Then 'A3 is the cell where your Yes/no choice is Select Case Target.Value Case "Yes": Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A7:A22").EntireRow.Hidden = True Case "No": Sheets("Sheet1").Rows("A7:A22").EntireRow.Hidden = False End Select End If End Sub
I have numerous tabs in this file, but all of the tabs all summarize to the first tab called "Annual Record".
So after "Annual Record", tabs follow as "WO1", "WO2", etc...
On the tab called "WO1", I have cell AJ5, which can have 3 status selected (Data Validation List), which is either Inactive, Open, or Completed. If cell AJ5 on "WO1" says "Inactive", then I want a named range on "Annual Record" to be hidden. Right now I have the range named "WorkOrder1". This named range is essentially rows 4-7. So if it's easier to hide rows vs. a named range, then so be it. I also would like it to happen automatically (perhaps what you would refer to as a change event). When cell AJ5 is change to either "Open" or "Completed", then the rows would unhide. I'm thinking that this would be repeated for tab "WO2". If cell AJ5 says "Inactive", then rows 8-11 on the tab "Annual Record" or the named range "WorkOrder2" would be hidden. And again, if the cell AJ5 is change to anything other than "Inactive", then the rows or range would unhide.
I have a cell with today's date on it. i.e., cell A1 = today()
Then, I have rows of data with one of the columns with a date on it. I've put in an object (button), where when the user presses this button, I want all the rows of data that do not have the date on cell A1 to be hidden.
Then on the second button, when the user presses the button, to unhide all the rows that were previously hidden. To make it easier, I can simply state it to unhide all the previously hidden rows (but NOT columns - there are still hidden columns which I want it to stay hidden).
So in sum, using table below. If I have on cell A1 - today's date is 2 Mar 2013, pressing first button would hide the row with Jane Y's record. Then pressing second button would then unhide all previously hidden rows.
I've tried several approaches on how to code this, but can't figure out how to work it. I have a large spreadsheet; which dynamically changes in both column and row counts. So, I have an array of values. If any cell has a negative value, that cell text needs to be changed to red AND that row needs to remain displayed. If ALL values in that row are >=0 then the row can be hidden.
The array is actually a pivot table named QTD
For Example: If cell D5 = 5 and F5 = -3 then Row 5 should remain displayed.
If Cell D6 = 5 and F6=0 then row 6 should be hidden because all values are > 0
Then I was thinking of using the case statement to hide the rows but can't figure the syntax. I'm open to any other means of performing the taks as long as the initial array dynamically to encompass all the data.
I have a macro that I am trying to add a feature to at the end of the code that hides blank rows. I have tried numerous methods based upon other forums, but my code does not seem to work and does not hide blank rows. In red is the section of code that I am having trouble with.
Dim c As Object Dim rngA As Range Dim cc As Object Dim AA As Range
'Check every cell in the range for matching criteria.
I am trying to work out a macro to hide and unhide rows in worksheet 6 based on a cell input (cell I6) in worksheet 1 based on the following:
>> If I6 in Worksheet 1 = 1 or 5 or 6 then Hide Rows 19 to 24 in Worksheet 6 >> If I6 in Worksheet 1 = 2 then Hide Rows 21 to 24 in Worksheet 6 >> If I6 in Worksheet 1 = 3 or 4 or 7 then Hide Rows 17 to 20 in Worksheet 6 >> If I6 in Worksheet 1 = 8 or 9 then Hide Rows 17 to 20 and Rows 23 to 24 in Worksheet 6
When I hide a column in this spreadsheet, text appears in some of the cells that shouldn't be there. When I highlight and try to delete, it won't delete and it doesn't even show up in the function bar. I was able to get it to delete when I do clear, all from the edit menu but as soon as I try formating the cell, it puts it right back. Same text, same formatting. I can't get rid of it.
I have created a spreadsheet from a master using vlookup. I want to be able to hide rows which contain a null value (NA) in column B (sample attached). Is there a formula I can use which won't interfere with the vlookup or do I need to hide the rows individually? I tried filtering but that only filtered the cell and not the whole row.
I have two worksheets (Sheet1 and Sheet2). Based on meeting a condition on Sheet1 AND Sheet2, I'd like to use macros to automatically hide rows on Sheet2.
Sheet1 sample: Type Selection
The conditions are: If on Sheet1, a Type has the Selection "Include", then any rows on Sheet2 which have that same Type are shown (ie. not hidden).
If on Sheet1, a Type has the Selection "Exclude",then any rows on Sheet2 which have that same Type are hidden.
So in the example tables above, if ONLY Type A = Include, then on Sheet2, the rows for Sample URL1 and Sample URL2 are shown, and the others are hidden.
Also in the example tables above, if Type A = Include AND Type B = Include (and all other Types are Exclude), then on Sheet2, the rows for Sample URL1, Sample URL2 AND Sample URL3 are shown, and the others are hidden.
I'm fine with the concept of If... And... on the same worksheet, it's trying to get it to look at two separate worksheets I'm struggling with!!
I have a workbook with two worksheets, Sheet1 and Sheet 2. Based on the data entered in the 2nd column on Sheet1, I'd like a macro which hides rows for Events which do not meet the criteria entered on Sheet1.
So in the example below, on Sheet2, I only want to see rows where the Country=Scotland, AND the Location=Glasgow, AND the Start Date is greater than (or equal) the Start Date on Sheet1.
Sample of Sheet1 Country Scotland
Start Date (dd/mm/yyyy) 30/04/2013
So in this scenario, only the FIRST row meets the 3 criteria (Scotland, Glasgow, date after 30th April), thus all the other rows should be hidden.
I am trying to have rows moved from (Schedule) to (Complete) in the attached workbook. The criteria to have the row moved would be the user-selected "Status" list changing to "COMPLETE" in Column G.
I would like to have the row cut and deleted from Sheet4 (Schedule) once "COMPLETE" is selected from the list in Column G with rows below moving up. The row would then be inserted into Sheet2 (Complete) at the top of the list (Row 7) and rows would move down below the new entry. I would also like to have the formatting remain uniform (every other row fill)
I'm trying to hide columns based on information in another column. If that column contains "A" or "B", hide columns "U" through "W". If it contains "A", "B", "C", or "D", hide columns "V" through "W". Etc, etc., so on and so forth...
I've snipped the code I found earlier and modified it to (what I thought) was correct for my application, but it doesn't seem to do anything. (btw, should I get an error if it doesn't run correctly?)
Here is the code as modified:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
If Target.Address = "P:P" Then
If LCase(Target.Value) = "A" Or LCase(Target.Value) = "B" Then
Columns("U:W").EntireColumn.Hidden = True
ElseIf LCase(Target.Value) = "A" Or LCase(Target.Value) = "B" Or LCase(Target.Value) = "C" Or LCase(Target.Value) = "D" Then
I'm trying to write macro for hiding columns based on a drop down answer. The drop down would be in cell B7 on Sheet 1. The colums affected would be in each worksheet in the workbook. The data validation would have a drop down selection choice of 1 through 16. The columns affected range would be H through W. For example, in the drop down if 1 was selected, only column H would show. If two, H and I would show...etc. This macro should affect all worksheets in the workbook EXCEPT sheet 1.
The first code hides everything just fine based on the date in A1. When I change it to the second code to delete instead of hide it is leaving a bunch of rows that the 1st code hides. Both codes have the same search criteria.
Code: For Each cell In Range("B8:B5000") If cell.Value Range("A1").Value Then cell.EntireRow.Hidden = True Next cell
Code: For Each cell In Range("B8:B5000") If cell.Value Range("A1").Value Then cell.EntireRow.Delete Next cell
I am building a real estate model. What I am trying to do is the following:
If I enter the number of tenants in a cell (let's say the number of tenants is 6 and the cell I enter this number in is cell J11), I would like 6 of 15 rows to be shown below (rows 46-60). Therefore, the 9 unused rows (rows 52-60) would be hidden from sight. Furthermore, if I entered the number 3 for the tenant count, excel would hide 12 rows (rows 49-60). I am sure that this is a VBA code.
I am in need of restructuring a spreadsheet of addresses for mailing purposes. (I tried to find something similar answered previously, but nothing seemed to work for me.)
I have attached a small example spreadsheet below, but our spreadsheets can be hundreds or thousands of rows in length.
I need a macro that will look for the "PO Box" addresses under the column headers named "ADDRESS2" and "ADDRESS3".
The PO Box addresses will need to be moved under the column header "ADDRESS1" within the same row.
It will need to overwrite the text that is already under "ADDRESS1" and delete the text from the "ADDRESS2" and "ADDRESS3" columns - UNLESS the text in 'ADDRESS2" is a PO Box AND "ADDRESS1" begins with "c/o".
If the data in "ADDRESS2" or "ADDRESS3" is anything other than a PO Box it will remain the same. As will "ADDRESS 1".
Basically if there is a PO Box it needs to be in the column named "ADDRESS1" and overwrite anything else that was there. The exception will be for PO Boxes that are in c/o someone else, the PO Box will then need to be listed in the column directly after the column that has c/o.
If the c/o exception will be too difficult the code could just highlight those scenarios and we could fix them manually. We usually do not have a lot of them, but enough that we need to be mindful of them.
The different scenarios are listed in my sample spreadsheet.Also, the code will have to use the column header names in row 1 because those headers are not always in the same column.
I have a problem with hiding and unhiding columns. Is there a way wherein I can automatically hide the row(s) if the cell = "N/A" and will unhide if it's not equal to "NA". see the attachment Im using excel 2003 btw. You can see in Sheet2 to that it contains the table for the student grades. "N/A" means that they are not enrolled on that subject. While in sheet1, What I want to happen is that you will select a student name and below, it will automatically display the grades of the student on their enrolled subjects only. So, those fields with "N/A" will hide and when I update the value of N/A it will unhide.
I have had great success using this code to hide and unhide unused space, but for some reason this morning it broke. Most likely it is my error so I am looking for another solution to resolve the issue. What i would like to be able to do it hide an entire row based on a specific cell being blank. maybe that is what this code is supposed to do but like i said it broke this morning. the cell in ref in the code is unchanged, but i did add formulas to some other cells in the same row. this is why i am looking for a way to do the same thing but based on a specific cell being blank vs what is occuring now.