After all the awesome macros I've obtained with the help of all of you, I now have over 30 macros, each in its own module. I have tried without success to re-name the modules with no luck. How is everyone organizing these?
When a file is open, if cell A1 has a text "Hello there", then I want to make this cell add a blank space as "Hello there ". Let's save this file and close. So now if I re-open it, I want cell A1 to remove the added blank space and revert to be "Hello there". This take turns to change back and forward.
I'm working on MS Excel 2010 and trying to have a macro duplicating a sheet(and it's associated macro "Update") in another workbook.
I manage to do almost everything except to import the required module "Update" from a precise and static folder ("Ressource" located in the same folder as all the workbooks) into my active workbook, which is surely possible.
Moreover if you know a way to check if a module already exists and in that case overwrite it, I'd be even more grateful. Presently I just skip the error if it exists.
Here is my actual code:
Code: On Error GoTo ErrImport ErrImport: If Err.Number = 1004 Then MsgBox ("Already there")
I found a macro on this forum that I think will work for the first part of such a module (If I modified it correctly). It should give me the ten second timer part of my problem. What I need is the second part of this module to add one to the value of A1. I'm sure it's something simple, but I don't know where to start.
I am using Excel 2010 and late binding to generate reports. The sheets are blank and unused. I have the UserForm being opened on Workbook_Open and the actual VBA for doing the work in a separate macro in the workbook. All the posts I have found are dealing with accessing cells from the UserForm and I haven't found any dealing with connecting a macro to the UserForm output.
My question is this: I want to return from the UserForm the flags of which reports to run to the (unopened) macro containing the code to do so. How do I open the macro and pass the variables to it?
The UserForm is creatively called "SelectionForm" and the macro is called "DailyFTP" with a Main sub as the entry. I know I can use the code under to capture the radio button and checkbox choices. I have other variables like the names of files set as global variables in the DailyFTP macro. The macro doesn't exist until SelectionForm opens it, so they must be set after the macro is in memory.
What i have at the moment is a module that contains code where i call a different module that i use as a procedure.
Code: If Sheet1.Range("C4").Value < Sheet1.Range("A2").Value Then If Sheet1.Range("K4") = "" Then MsgBox "Please check 06:00 tasks not done yet!" Cell = "Range(" & Chr(34) & "F4" & Chr(34) & ")" If Sheet1.Range("C4") + 0.042 < Sheet1.Range("A2") Then Run "EmailProSheet" End If End If End If
EmailProSheet is what i call but now i want to use the variable "Cell" in the procedure as well?
Code: MsgBox Cell Set OutApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application") Set OutMail = OutApp.CreateItem(0) On Error Resume Next
As it is now everything is working fine but does not return a value in "Cell" if the procedure is called. Is there another way?
I have a workbook that has 2 similar worksheets. One called "Wood Shafts" and the other called "Iron Shafts" I have the macros worked out for the sheet called "Wood Shafts" and I just realised I need to apply similar Macros to the sheet called "Iron Shafts" (same functions but different values from different columns). Some how I need the code to be able to tell the difference between the two sheets. I am at a loss.
When in a ThisWorkbook macro, I want to call a sub/macro in a Module. Usually you can just do a CALL MACRO1, and it will find it. But my MACRO1 is Private as I don't the users to be able to do a Tools, Macro, Macros and see it. So I don't want to make it a Public macro. So how do I call the private sub/macro from within ThisWorkbook?
Can I proceed the sub/macro's name with the name of the module, kind of like CALL MODULE1.MACRO1? Or do I have to make it public?
The attached file contains a simplified version of a more complex macro in which a sub routine will be called a number of times to change the colours of cells in different ranges. However, an error is triggered because the a variable and range are not defined in the subroutine although they are in the main part of the macro.
I know I am missing something obvious here, but I'd appreciate any help in knowing how I can define the ranges in the main procedure and then call the subroutine to change values in the different ranges.
I have a sheet that has a macro on it, I would like to run that macro programaticaly but Im not able to call it using Call mymacro type of code. The code that calls the macro resides in a module and the macro is in a sheet. Obviously they are not talking, is there a way to run it remotely without moving the macro into the module?
Can Active-X control button macro be placed in a regular module, or does it always have to reside in the sheet module? Or is the only way to accomplish this is to have the macro in the regular module being called from the button macro in the sheet module?
I somehow seem to remember a way to move/assign an Active-X ControlButton macro to a regular module, but maybe I'm wrong?
I'm having trouble calling a defined range within a VLOOKUP function in VBA. If the named range is located on the same sheet within which you are running the macro, everything runs fine and all is well in the world.
However, after I relocated the range to a separate sheet (a 'SourceData' sheet to tidy up the user interface sheet), I was getting the following error message:
Method 'Range' of object '_Worksheet' failed
The name is correctly defined - Range("DaysInYear").Select still picks up the correct selection - it's just the VLOOKUP will no longer function correctly.
Here is part of the macro's For I = 1 To NumberOfDays Range("A1").Value = DateAdd("d", -(I - 1), EndDate) If Application.VLookup(Range("A1"), Range("DaysInYear"), 3, False) = 1 Then If Application.VLookup(Range("A1"), Range("DaysInYear"), 4, False) = 0 Then ActualNumber = ActualNumber + 1 End If End If Next I
I have a macro that copies data from several workbooks saved in a particular folder to a master workbook.
The problem is that this macro only works when it is included as a module in the master workbook. Unfortunately, I cannot ask the users of this macro to insert a module, copy the code and run it each time they want to consolidate the master workbook. Therefore, I wanted to use this code by including it in a Add-In that I already prepared. The problem is that this consolidation macro does not run when it is in an add-in. Create a code that I can include in a macro add in that would insert a module in the master file, include the code that I already have, run it and then delete the module? The add-in would be password protected.
I inserted a second module into a project. Now I want to delete it. Only i can't figure out how to do this. I highlite it and right click or click edit from the toolbar but i'm provided no options. I can't drag it to the trash either.
I have a Form that when the 'SUBMIT' button is clicked, I would like to validate the information and then write it to a 'MASTER SHEET'. However, the validation has gotten lengthy and I have opted to put the validation code in a separate Module to keep my general code a little cleaner.
The original code would kick you back to the form if something was wrong via a 'END SUB', but as now the SUB is on a different Module, it isn't working.
Here is the pertinent code on the general code sheet: ....