I am trying to derive the EMI for a Loan Amount and also chart a PIE graph for the same..
Instead of Manually feeding the values such as :
Variable 1 : Loan Amount : Min : Rs 50,000/- Max :Rs 5000000/-
Each Spin (1 Unit) -Rs 25000/-
Variable 2 : Interest Rate : Min : 5% Max : 30%
Each Spin (1 Unit) -0.25%
Variable 3 : Tenure/Duration : Min : 6 months Max : 30 years
Each Spin (1 Unit) - 6 months
I want to have a Scroll-Bar where the values can change Automatically but am not aware of using the same...
Can someone please help me with a small attachment with the above variables attached to it..The values drawn should be displayed as well above the Scroll-Bar and maybe can make the Min and Max more dynamic by storing it somewhere in the Sheet..
I am looking for Non-VBA solution to do the same..
In the menu via TOOLS-->OPTIONS-->VIEW I am trying to remove the scroll bars from just one worksheet but when unticked, this option affects all of the worksheets in my workbook. Is there a way to just nail this selection down to one sheet via properties?
What I need to do is add a scroll bar to my text box in my form. I used the properties of the text box to add a scroll bar but when you preview it you can't see it. When you click somewhere inside the form it appears and is workable but not when it hasn't been clicked on. How do I make the scroll bar appear from the start. this is a vertical one ad is on a text box within the form
I am trying to make a spreadsheet that contains numbers in columns D to P. My end user wants to be able to adjust these with scroll bars so I could make ActiveX scroll bars under each number in each column but this would be a lot of scroll bars (one in each row and columns)!!!!
Is there are way where I have have scroll bars in column D to P that only effect the active rows and always sits below the active row?
I was working on an Excel 2003 workbook with 3 worksheets. The first sheet is the 'Menu' sheet on which I placed buttons to take me to the other two sheets and back. I wanted to hide the Excel menus, toolbars, scrollbars, etc. on the 'Menu' sheet so that no user can alter that 'Menu' sheet. The 'hiding' code was not meant to affect the other two sheets.
The code worked fine. However, when I closed the workbook and tried to open a NEW workbook so that I could do some other work, I realised that the new workbook and its accompanying sheets had the menus, toolbars, scroll bars, etc. hidden. I closed the workbook and tried opening a new workbook. It was the same experience.
I called up the file with the code, deleted all the codes attached to that file, and re-saved the file. It did not solve the problem. And when I tried many more new workbooks and got the same problem, I deleted my entire Office 2003 installation and re-installed Office 2003. It still did not solve the problem.
I have never written or used a macro before and I have a simple macro task to complete:
I have Column L (L4:L10) of seven scroll bars that move according to number changes in column F (F4:F10). I want to create a form control command button that resets the changes on the scroll bars according to static column of numbers in Column E (E4:E10).
I don't know if it matters, but I'll add that I plan to add a second button that does the same thing with a different column of data. I assume I'll simply replicate whatever procedure I use in the first button - is this okay?
I have a bar chart which compares two columns of data. the data in one column is fixed to 100. the data in the other column varies. a third column states whether each entry is "A" or "M". Is there a way to include the A or M on the bar chart? Perhaps by having a set colour whether the data is A or M?
I have some code that creates multiple new menu bars for a user which each have there own controls. I need to know which control is selected by the user for onaction. The example below is where there are up to 20 new menu bars with names Tract 1, Tract 2, etc. For each Tract, there is a controlbutton titled Absoprtion and I need to know which "Absoprtion" button was selected to run the "ViewAbsorption". I need to use th For next function because the number of menu bars could vary.
Dim objMenu As Object Dim objViewMenu As Object
For y = x To 39 Name = "Tract" & y - 19 With Application.CommandBars("Worksheet Menu Bar").Controls Set objMenu = .Add(Type:=msoControlPopup, temporary:=True) objMenu.Caption = "&" & Name End With
With Application.CommandBars("Worksheet Menu Bar").Controls(Name).Controls Set objMenu = .Add(Type:=msoControlButton, temporary:=True) objMenu.Caption = "&Absorption Schedule" objMenu.OnAction = "ViewAbsorption" Next Y
Each quarter should have the bars standing next to each other, i.e. Q1 2013 should stand right beside Q1 2012. Between these pairs of quarter there should be a small space and the the next pair, Q2 2013 and Q2 2012, should be. So how do I do this?
When I use data without stacking several info in the same bar, this isnt a problem but when I have this "aaa, bbb,ccc,ddd" in every bar, this gets messed up.
The graph would be a bar graph with 2 bars next to each other per month. each bar would be stacked by division. The goal is to compare for example sales in 08 with sales in 09 showing 2 bars next to each other split by division.
I am using the simple conditional format "Data Bar" to make a progress bar, going from 0-1 (0-100%), works fine .5 is halfway...ect. but what i would like it to do is to change to a different colour only when it reaches the 100% or 1 in this case so you can see quickly that this progress is complete.
I created a bar chart with horizontal (category) labels: winter, spring, summer, fall. Y-axis label is percent. For each category there is data for blk rats, Norway rats, Mice. For each species and category the standard error is different because it is based on several years of data for a given season.
When I try to display the std. error (using custom, fixed value) it treats each species as a series and only lets me choose one value. in other words the std. error would be the same for blk rats in winter, spring, etc. How can I use the individual values?
how to control either the X or Y axis error bars for a scatter chart.
I'm building something like a gantt chart and I only want to use the X axis error bars and delete the Y axis bars. I've been able to add error bars by using "ActiveChart.SeriesCollection(1).HasErrorBars = True" but when i select the error bars using "ActiveChart.SeriesCollection(1).ErrorBars.Select" the Y axis (Vertical Error Bars) are automatically selected and any formatting I apply is added to the Y axis and left off of the X axis.
Does anyone know how to delete the Y axis error bars and/or choose only the X axis error bars?
i need to prepare a bar chart from some data. what i want to do is that i want bar size to be fixed (larger than what automatically comes) and then excel changes the size of chart based on no of x-axis values keeping the bar size fix.
(currently chart size is fixed and bar size changes accordingly, i just want the reverse that bar size is fixed and chart size changes according to no of values in axis)
I have a list of salesmen and their performance to date (on a percentage basis) which is sorted lowest percentage down to highest. What I would like to do is to graph this as a bar graph (no problem there) but for the bars to be replaced by the names themselves! So, I have data like this:........
Is it possible to display all of the bars from a floating bar chart on the same line. The effect would be a single horizontal bar that turns "On" and "Off" from left to right. I'm not sure of the application, but it might represent when a room is occupied over time. I think one can create this effect using Andy Pope's "Column Chart with Varying Width Bars" charting technique (provided on his web site http://www.andypope.info/charts.htm ), but is there a more direct approach?
This is the code I use to temporarily remove menu barsfor a spreadsheet that is managed by user forms. I have code at the close of the program to replace the menu bars. The code work well although and it places a list of enabled bars in the range C1:C50 on the sheet "Bars". The range C1:C50 is not locked before the sub routine 'Hide Menus' runs. However after the sub routine 'Hide Menus' runs, the range C1:C50 is always locked and I don't understand why this is so, I would prefer it not to be.
Sub HideMenus() Application. ScreenUpdating = False i = 0 Worksheets("bars").Range("c1:c50").Clear On Error Resume Next For Each Allbars In Application. CommandBars If Allbars.Visible = True Then i = i + 1 With Worksheets("bars") .Cells(i, 3) = Allbars.Name If Allbars.Name = "Worksheet Menu Bar" Then Allbars.Enabled = False Else Allbars.Visible = False End If End With End If Next Application.DisplayFormulaBar = False On Error Goto 0 Application.ScreenUpdating = True Opening.Show End Sub