I've been pressing on with my project and figured out that I really do not know the difference between Deleting and Clear contents. I really thought they were the same but am now unsure. I guess I have 2 questions. Which is better to use? what I'm doing is removing old data and importing new data. and which is more efficient for writing code.
I am working on some code that I would like the user to be able to re-run should the underlying data in the adjacent tabs change. My existing code is shown below
Code: Option Explicit Dim wb As Workbook Dim ws As Worksheet
I'd like to be able to remove all data on the ALL tab so that when the UsedRange.Rows.Count is run again on that page it will only see the header row. In the past I've deleted or cleared data from the sheet and the Rows.Count still counts the rows which have no content in them.
how i might create a macro to attach to a button so i can delete the contents of all VALUE! cells. Either this or have a script in the background so no cell will return VALUE! (or any other error if possible)
I know if i had all the formulae sorted they might not butit's quite a large spreadsheet. The reason for the VALUE! error is text in cells that the formal points.
I found this code for a button, so I can collapse and expand a set number of rows within that sheet. It works exactly the way i want it to, however, now I have a second sheet in my workbook, and I used the same button. Problem here is that when I activate the button, it opens the same rows in EVERY sheet in the workbook. "For each ws in Worksheets" so my question is what is the term for it to only work on a certain worksheet?
Code: Private Sub ToggleButton1_Change()Application.ScreenUpdating = False Dim ws As Worksheet With ToggleButton1 If ToggleButton1.Value = True Then For Each ws In Worksheets
Other questions is about the ability to send an MS Outlook email from inside of excel.
I've been trying to find something that does the following:
Click button, Form pops up, has drop downs to select recipient, has field for subject, has field for message body, sends email.
I'm trying to put together functionality which allows the user to remove cell content within a selected row. I've chosen to remove the cell content rather than to delete the whole row because I need to maintain the 'Input Range'.
The code below is the script which I've put together to clear the cell contents.
Code: Sub DelRow() Dim msg Sheets("Input").Protect "password", UserInterFaceOnly:=True Application.EnableCancelKey = xlDisabled Application.EnableEvents = False msg = MsgBox("Are you sure you want to delete this row?", vbYesNo)
The code works fine if the user selects one row. However, if the user selects mutliple rows, although the text values are removed from all rows, only the 'Interior Color' is removed from the first rather than all and I'm not sure why.
I have a spreadsheet with a serial number is row 1 in column A with the rest of Row 1 empty. Column A is empty in Row 2, but has the data associated with the row above in columns B through L of Row 2. Then comes 2 blank rows and the pattern repeats with a new serial number in column A of row 5 and so on. I would like to move the serial number down one row, delete the now empty first row, delete the following 2 empty rows, and then loop to do the same thing again for all 9000 rows of the spreadsheet.
I have merged two workbooks into one. What I need to do at this point is to delete all rows that have a duplicate entry, basically anytime the cell content in one cell matches the cell content in the cell right below or above it, BOTH rows should be deleted. At this point, this is above my VBA skills so I'm asking for help in how to do this. The stripped version of the workbook is attached (only 100 rows) but in reality this is a huge workbook with almost 22,000 rows.
You will notice in the attached workbook, that cell contents for A2 and A3 match. For what I need to do, I need both rows (2 and 3) to be deleted. If you go down a bit, starting in row 89 all the contents in column A are unique so those need to remain.
I have a list in Excel, and it has the company in one column, and it's information in the next x rows until there is a blank row (4-7 rows). I get that you can copy the rows under the Company, transpose next to the company, and then delete the contents of the cells that you just took the data from, but I have 6200 rows do to this to, for 500+ companies. I tried recording a macro for two entries, and this is what I have (see below), but how do I modify this so that I don't need to type in every single range, and it will do it to the whole column? The data is in column A, I am posting in column B.
Basics for Macro Requirement:
1. Find the blank cell in row A 2. Skip the next cell/row (this is the company) 3. Select all the cells beneath the company cell, until it reaches the blank cell underneath 4. Copy, transpose these cells next to the Company cell (transpose in column B) 5. Delete the contents in row A that were just transposed 6. Find the next cell with data (company) 7. Repeat Steps 2-6
I have a command button that upon its click I would like to delete a specific row. I am using a vlookup which is giving me the row of the number I would like to delete. How do i go about deleting out this row?
this is also a radiobutton within the row that I would like to delete out as well. It is not named but it linked to column B within the row that I will be deleting.
I've been piecing a macro together from different sites and have run into a couple issues I can't find resolutions to. I have a excel doc for tracking paint emissions per week. I would like to have a button on my master tab that will add a row and fill the formatting from the line above across all 60 some sheets. Ideally I would like the same button to first prompt if you want to add or delete rows. When adding rows I would like it to add it above the button (there's 3 buttons and for 3 different sections) and if deleting ask which row to delete. If it can't be done in one button that's fine, I can live with that. The big thing I need is for it to replicate across all of the excel sheets. I've attached a copy of the document
i am trying to use clearcontents with the below code but i get an error,
With Sheets(1) With .Range("J7") .ClearContents Range("J7:J" & .Range("A" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row) .Formula = "=H7-I7" .AutoFill Range("J7:J" & .Range("A" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row) End With End With
I want the function of clear contents to work based on the value of B4. If I run the code with clear content part excel crushes.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Range("B4") = "Basic" Then ''*** B4 is adropdown ***'' ActiveSheet.Unprotect 'Range("B10,F10,H10").ClearContents ''*** if I run this part the excel crushes ***''' Range("B10,F10,H10").Locked = True
I am looking for a way to remove text from a cell if it is 2 characters or less but do nothing if the text is longer than that. Is there a way to do this with either a function or an advanced find?
For more detail, I have a list of middle initials and last names. The cells are either a middle initial by itself like "D." or they are a last name like Jones. I want to go through and delete the cells that have the middle initial and leave the ones with the last name. So if there is a function that will evaluate the cell, and if it is 2 characters or less, then delete the contents. If greater than 3, leave it alone.
I have a range of cell content to be clear (Value only) but no formula in those cell.
The range is populated in cell H106. Example cell if cell H106 = D5:E102 then clear the value value only in cell range D5:E102 if cell C106 = G5:H102 then clear the value value only in cell range G5:H102.
I think I've had enough of using excel generated macro's as an excuse for decent code. I need to turn this:
Small procedure, function, what have you that will continue this pattern until I hit some kind of indicator to tell it to stop. This just clears the contents from 7 rows, hops down 9 rows and does it again.
I am trying to have a macro clear out the contents of a cell before it quits, the cell contains validation data in the form of a list. My goal is to force the user to choose an option every time before exporting a file, the cell contains what will become a part of the filename. I want to make sure the user, usually me, remembers to change it each time rather than accidentally saving over another filename. I had the following code and kept getting a 400 error (nice and specific)
The only way my macro will run without a 400 error is if that line is commented out. Is there any way to clear out the cell and retain the validation data dropdown list?
I'm trying to figure out code to have only the contents of cell 'a2' cleared when the contents of cell 'a1' is changed. The issue is that both cells are derived from lists and I don't want the formats cleared.