I want to delete all macros from my workbook (so it will work well in Mac 2008). I went to Alt-F11 and deleted all Macros there and check every sheet and found no references. I did all that and when I try to open it in Excel for Mac it says there are still Macros.
I want to delete names, formulas, macros of another workbook. For example, A.xls is my codes workbook. From this file, I want to delete the names, formulas, macros (but to keep the values & formatting in tact) of another workbook (there must be a prompt for which .xls file, the names etc. to be deleted). All files are in a same folder.
I have an Excel 2003 program that contains macros. One of the macros hides certain command bars and disables the worksheet menu bar. On close the opposite is true. The problem is, if a user uses the disable macros when opening then the worksheet menu bar and other command bars are still available. I would like to hide all of the data sheets and display another sheet that would normally be hidden displaying a message that the macros have to be enabled for the program to work correctly if disable macros is chosen. When the enable macros are used I would like the Error page to be hidden.
I have a user that keeps a maintenance log in an Excel worksheet and sends an updated copy once a week to a board member. Two weeks ago, the board member started complaining that he was prompted to enable/disable macros on opening and became worried when my user stated that no macros were used in the book. He is now concerned that we have sent him a virus.
I know the file is clean because I've scanned it, and when I look at the file in VB, there are no modules or classes present just the Sheets 1-3 and the ThisWorkbook file. None of these objects have any code in them. My user does have some macros in PERSONAL.XLS but they are not used in the workbook in question.
No one else gets the prompt for enabling/disabling macros. Even if I set my security to prompt for any macros, I get no message. I'm convinced that there must be some setting in his Excel that is causing this individual to get this message. Is there anything else other than a macro that would cause this?
It's simple enough to delete all macros. I have a form that starts as a landing area for a bunch of data then it gets renamed. I want to delete both of my command buttons from the sheet and remove all of my macros. How am I going to pull this off, how can i save it to the sheet the first time?
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeClose(Cancel As Boolean) 'cut command buttons ActiveSheet.Shapes("CommandButton1").Select Selection.Cut ActiveSheet.Shapes("CommandButton2").Select Selection.Cut
Is there a way to hide a macro from the list where you choose which to run, but not in the VBA editor? The userbox I just created calls upon 2 different macros, and has a macro to bring up the userbox. I need a way to hide the macros in Module3 from selection, but keep the macros in Module4 available to choose to run.
I need to copy several macros from the Personal Macro workbook to a new workbook that I need to take to another computer. I need to be able to run the macros on that computer. I can only record macros and make minor changes in the VB editor. I do not know VB code.
How is code or functions kept unique to a workbook? for instance i create a few toolbars that are relevant to "work book 1", however when i open another workbook "2" the toolbars do not function properly or are removed by the opening/closing of the work book, similarly other macros seem to struggle with more than one workbbok open at a time.
So I'm trying my hand at creating VBA buttons and functions that do the following.
Button 1 : to add a column with every click. The button will create one extra column. So by design there will be at least 1 column. Example if the button is clicked twice it will create 3 columns. I just need a buffer col. (contains no data)
Button 2 : to delete empty columns leaving only one empty buffer column. That is this button will purge empty columns except the buffer column. OR if ALL the columns are filled, Button2 will create the buffer column.
Eg. I click Button 1 three times. It creates four columns. I only fill two columns. When Button 2 is clicked it will delete all the empty colums except the buffer column. OR I fill in all four columns, there is no buffer column, when I click Button2 it will insert the buffer col.
Button 3 : to add a row with every click. The button will create one extra row. So by design there will be at least 1 row. Example if the button is clicked twice it will create 3 rows. I just need a buffer row. (contains no data)
Button 4 : to delete empty row leaving only one empty buffer row. That is this button will purge empty row except the buffer row. OR if ALL the columns are filled, Button4 will create the buffer column.
Eg. I click Button 3 three times. It creates four rows. I only fill two rows. When Button 4 is clicked it will delete all the empty rows except the buffer rows. OR I fill in all four rows, there is no buffer rows, when I click Button4 it will insert the buffer row.
In the sample file there are six columns filled with data. The 7th col is empty(the buffer column). The column after that calculates the average of data in filled columns. There are eight rows with data and the ninth row is the empty buffer row.
The "add" buttons must be able copy the format/formula of the column/rows BEFORE the buffer colums/rows and insert it before the buffer column/row.
I have made 7 macros for inserting a blank row above certain text, which are located in single column but in different row. 3 macros are for one sheet and 4 are for other. I am able to run them at once but the changes are getting done in only one sheet (which is active when I run macro)
Below is the code of macro: Sub Space1() Dim c As Range For Each c In Range("D1:D60")
In addition to the code below that hides data if macros not enabled, prevents copy and cut (I know its still possible) I would like to as well as protect the sheets (which works fine) also protect the workbook to prevent moves etc. Unfortunately while the protection may be easily applied, the veryhidden bit to ensure macros are selected then conks out. Does anyone out there know of a way where say the workbook protection may remain and at the same time allow the veryhidden etc bits do their stuff as normal as if the workbook protection was off?
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeSave _ (ByVal SaveAsUI As Boolean, Cancel As Boolean) If Cancel = True Or bIsClosing = False Then Run "HideAll" If SaveAsUI = True Then Cancel = True
End Sub Private Sub Workbook_Activate() Dim oCtrl As Office.CommandBarControl 'Disable all Cut menus For Each oCtrl In Application. CommandBars.FindControls(ID:=21) oCtrl.Enabled = False 'oCtrl.Enabled = True Next oCtrl...................
Each week I run a report that produces over 2,000 rows. I have to manually go through and delete things, by the time I am done, there may only be 320 rows left. I would apply a recorded macro, but the report is not consistent each week. There may be more or fewer rows depending on the week.
I would like to be able to run a macro that looks in column B for a specific value and if it contains that specific value, I would like the cells to the right of it to have their contents cleared.
Next, in column C, I have...
Employee2's Name Employee2's Number SPACE
I would like to be able to delete the rows, starting from Employee 2 to just before the second SUB TOTAL.
Our department receives weekly and fortnighly updated workbooks from a number of different departments. Each workbook contains 10s of worksheets. Our department analyzes the data and generates reports from those worksheets.
I have developed a few macros to automate the report generation for making the computing of my colleagues easier.
Now, the problem is that all the macros are developed behind individual sheets and some modules. For this reason, my colleagues have to copy each updated sheet and paste over the older ones individually, each and every time. It is really quite time-consuming task - deleting older data from all the worksheets and then copying fresh data on each of them, one by one.
They want to make their life easier by just replacing the entire workbooks with the new ones and still want the macros functioning, as usual.
My concern is how I can put all the code in a separate workbook and how to reference data from the other workbook.
I have created an Excel Workbook and this Workbook has a VBA code that enforces an expiry date of the workbook (TimeBomb from cpearson.com). So, if the expiry date has passed, the workbook will not open. But since it is VBA related, the expiry date will work only if one has enabled macros. If macros are disabled, the workbook will open regardless of the date.
So, is there a way for Excel to check if macros are enabled? and is there a way for Excel not to open the workbook, if the macros are disabled?
I've used excel for awhile now but never really tapped into the tough stuff. I'm trying to create a workbook for work for Purchase Orders. I figured excel would be workable. The big thing I need is that for each worksheet that is created, I need it to automatically have the next P.O. number on the sheet. I have no idea if that is possible though. Each worksheet will be the same style but the P.O. would automatically change from say 105 to 106 when the new sheet is made. I was hoping maybe the date could automatically be entered as well. That doesn't have to happen but it could be helpful. Working with Excel 2003.
First of I have a workbook, that runs several macros. All works fine. However I need to better secure the workbook. I realize that there is no guarantee on the security with excel but am hoping for something to solve the problem stated below.
When a user (with high security settings) opens the workbook in question, I would like the workbook to CLOSE out if the user chooses to disable macros when the asked by excel.
I have a "template" that runs a few processes and then saves the results in a new workbook...is there any way that I can have my vba code save the workbook without saving any of the vba code in the new workbook?
I would also like to exclude one of the worksheets from the new workbook if possible (but the first part is more important).