I want to do in VBA is to be able to read and place in a variable the image Width and Height of an image in a folder. I can (with help from here) read the filenames in folder. But is there a way in Excel to read the above attibutes?
In Excel, I have a sheet for each team that I manage. Each sheet lists the team members and displays their picture below their names. Some people are on multiple teams/sheets.
I have a master list with everybody's name and picture that I copy and paste the pictures from when putting a team together. This has become a very tedious process.
Is there a way I can type the person's name on a team sheet and have their picture automatically appear below their name? I don't know if this can be done with some kind of lookup or if it will involve VB. I tried making the picture the background of an Autoshape or comment, but I could not figure out how to dynamically change the picture based on the name in a cell.
I am trying to open a website, then for excel to download the csv file, then for it to save it in a specific folder under a specific name and file format (excel).
I am successful at opening the website with the following code, but how to do the rest.
Sub Searchez() Dim IE As Object Set IE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application") IE.Navigate "http://quote.morningstar.ca/Quicktakes/stock/keyratios.aspx?t=clwr®ion=USA&culture=en-CA&ops=clear" 'load web page google.com IE.Visible = True While IE.Busy DoEvents Wend
I have a column on a spreadsheet containing the last four (XXXX) or in some cases six (XX-XXXX) if there are duplicates of the last four SSN. I manually enter these as needed. I also create a folder that will be named the last four or six in the same format that is in the excel spreadsheet. Is there a simple way to automate the linking of these cells to the external folders?
I have a macro which saves file to a specific folder. Problem is I can save the file only in my local drive C: but not on a server for some reason. Here is the At home in my home computer this code worked when C: was selected.
ChDir ("c:") Title = Application.GetSaveAsFilename(Name, "Excel files (*.xls), *.xls") ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Name Save the file in specific place
But when I substituted C: path with my server path it doesnt work! Have a look. Its the exact same code except my path is different.
ChDir ("\Lnf001Lnf1vol1SharedOP_ENGWork Order") Title = Application.GetSaveAsFilename(Name, "Excel files (*.xls), *.xls") ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Name
I have a list of items in an excel sheet... 500 of them... and there are images for them in an other folder... The problem is those images are in 1000's and I only need those 500 images.. Images are saved as "SKU.jpg eg NS2354.jpg and we have an SKU column in excel as well .. SKU and their images have same name...
Is there any solution to pick up only those 500 images from those thousands of images?
Is it possible to save those 500 images in an other folder?
I recorded a macro to save a workbook to a specific folder using the current file name. However, I've tried to remove the absolute reference to a specific filename but it is not working for me. Am I close?
ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:= _ "H:Files and DocumentsPROJECTSSR 2 SS Phase Two Component ReliabilityWinTrac Files xt_conversionsexcel_version" & SheetName _ , FileFormat:=xlOpenXMLWorkbook, CreateBackup:=False
I have a requirement to search workbooks in a particular folder with specific string in file name. For example, let us assume I need to find a file which contains the name 'RR' in it. The position of 'RR' will vary with files i.e. 'RR' might be present either in the beginning, middle or at the end of file name. All I wanted is to search for file with 'RR' and do some activity and close the file and then goto next file. Similarly, the next search has to be performed with the files containing the name 'BB' in it.
I have a variable list. Each column will be 250 digits and numbers of rows will be variable. I want a macro to import a text file from a specific folder into a sheet without split it to columns. So we will work only in column A
Then macro will find B1002 wording in A1. if it is exist, it will copy the next 36 digits after B1002 wording if not then it will search A2 row. The next step will be to search and find another wording "B1001" if it finds it will replace copied 36 digits text. If it can not find B1001 wording it will go to upper row and search B1001 wording here and paste the text. This will go on till row shows #END. This means it reached the end of the list. And then macro will save this file as text file to another folder.
So macro will go to beginning to open other file in the folder and this will go on till last file in the folder.
This is the logic of the macro. Here is the sample of what I want.
Is there any way I can make it so an image is hyperlinked to a cell with specific text entered. After clicking on the image, the cell where the image is hyperlinked to changes text.
An image of a strawberry is hyperlinked to a cell which contains the word "strawberry". After clicking on the strawberry image, the cell which contained the word "strawberry" now contains the word "strawberry1".
I am looking for a formula to allow an image file to show when a cell equals a certain text string. If it can be done can it be achieved with multiple images? I am making a database that will calculate from many variables my required glass sizes, given the size and window type and I was hoping to go one step further by making it raise a purchase order from a series of images and other related data.
I have around 50 items in my combobox list where i would like to attach an image on each item and show up on the userform when a certain item is picked. Kindly assist on what code is best for this operation.
Split from Open Image Using A String & Cell For File Name. what it looks like, but maybe I am not using the FollowHyperlink correctly?
Sub testFloodMap() Application. ScreenUpdating = False Sheets("FloodMap").Select 'Picture = ActiveSheet. Range("W4").Value This works manually with the path in "W4" 'Now I tried to use the FollowHyperlink next Application.FollowHyperlink "C:Documents and Settingsjim hutchMy DocumentsNarrative1My Appraisals2009-" & Sheets("Base").Range("B2") & "floodmap.jpg" Sheets("FloodMap").Select ActiveSheet.Pictures.Insert(Picture).Select Exists = Dir(Picture, vbNormal).....................
This time I need to be able to reference a specific cell in the preceeding row of a GETPIVOTDATA formula. This is shortened example but it shows what I am trying to achieve:
A B C NAME ID FRQ Spellbound 1234 W Spellbound 1234 W Spellbound 1234 W
The GETPIVOTDATA formula is located in C6 in this example and needs to reference B5 i.e. the last ID cell reference. I need to work the formula this way as it will be placed at varying intervals in column C and the preceeding data for each NAME will vary as to how many rows each NAME contains.
i have an excel file with hundreds of rows of product codes which i need to download images for. is there a way this can be done directly from excel? basically if cell A1 has product name and Cell B1 have product code, id like Cell C1 to generate a link that will use the contents of B1 as the basis of my google image search. can this be created using a macro?
I am able to work out a code to upload pictures from my files using this:
Private Sub cmdfind_Click() Application. ScreenUpdating = False Dim strfind As String Dim rsearch As Range Dim strfolder As String Dim strname As String Dim strpic As String Dim b As Range Set rsearch = Worksheets("m").Range("ap3", Range("ap65536").End(xlUp)) 'define path to images strfolder = "F:SEC FILESMAC2PIC" 'get data from userform strname = frmsearch.txt201.Value 'check if pic exists strpic = strfolder & strname & ".jpg".......................
How do i avoid the 'File Not Found' error if the picture is not available in my file folder?
I'm trying to use the code below to paste special my first sheet to remove the formulas, then delete all other worksheets then save as a reference number (which is linked to the worksheet im saving) but I also need it to save in a specific folder.