I need to create an statement for my clients. Book A has all of the account balances. Still in book A, the account number is in column A, and balance is in column H. I just need to import from Book A into Book B, based on account number. Now on Book B, the account# is in column A and the balance needs to go to column B.
I have created a workbook that imports data from another workbook which is used frequently on a network drive. After I import the data to my new workbook, it locks the original workbook for editing. Is there a property that will allow me to disable this 'locked for editing' read only mode or any other way to get around this?
Due to some cutbacks the company I work for has taken away the database system we used to use to record debts owed to us, so I'm building one in excel (no access or sql otherwise I'd use those). We have all the debt in seperate workbooks by financial period and I'm creating a new workbook that will upon entering of a specific financial period will pull information from the pertaining workbook and report on the information.
I have a Formula
=INDIRECT.EXT(CONCATENATE("'C:Documents and Settingshughel13My Documents[",Reports!$C$11,".xls]Sheet1'!R2:R138"))
Among others which pull other ranges
Which as I understand should work just fine on a closed workbook, however it only works when the target workbook is open. When the workbook is closed the formula only pulls the first value in the range.
On a related note the above formula and it's counterparts are autofilled down the page from 2 to 1000 as some of the workbooks have 1000 records to pull, however the ones that dont have that many, cause errors when the data is pulled, is there a way to make it so that if the cell it's pulling from is empty it doesn't pull from it or pulls a value of 0?
I am importing external data to "Workbook A" from the source workbook, "Workbook B." Workbook A is set up to refresh every 15 minutes. Workbook B is shared. I am recieving an error saying either, the 'file is in use', or 'the file is locked,' depending on the senario.
Scenario 1: 1. I open A and enable data connections. 2. I try to open B, but receive the message: '(File location...) is in use. Try again later.
Scenario 2: 1. I open B. 2. I open A. 3. I go back to B to edit information. 4. When I try saving the information I get the following message: 'File is locked. Try the command again later.'
I need to be able to have A open and periodically refreshing. I also need to allow users unhindered access to B at the same time.
I have a Excel workbook (wb1) where the columns are showing the months and the rows are showing different actions/activities. If an action takes place in a specified month the cell corresponding to both the action and the month is marked yellow.
In another workbook (wb2) I want to be able to retrive data from wb1. What I want is that when wb2 is opened it should do a search in wb1 to find the first action/activity that takes place in the current month. The activity/action text should be imported to a textbox or cell in wb2.
I have a workbook that contains over 100 worksheets with stock data and price information. It uses a screenscraper to update the workbook each day with the latest day's price, and then exports each of these .csv files into a local directory. The macro for this is working. In effect it is generating a price history file automatically in my absence for me that can be read by charting software.
What I would like though is a macro to loopthrough and backfill missing price histories on each worksheet. I have a source of .csv price histories already, but would like to avoid having to cut and paste each of the 105 files manually, as it may become a regular occurence.
Each worksheet that requires backfilling has the stock code in the cell "A2", so that can be used to search for the filename Range("A2") & ".csv"
This is as far as I have got - however it results in a runtime error (91) Object variable or With block variable not set, pointing to this line:-
I am troubleshooting my macro that seems to cause a data shift with the Letter "F" when I import multiple CSV files into one spreadsheet. When I go outside of the macro and record a macro and import the CSV into a workbook it works perfectly fine. But there must be something in this code that is causing the shift:
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I have attached an excel workbook that shows how the macro imports vs. a regular import. Why "F" is causing a shift in the data.
I have a workbook called summary with a sheet called "detail" I have 4 workbooks Called week 1, week 2, week 3 and week 4. All the week workbooks have a sheet called Summary. I need to import the summary sheets from each week workbook into the the detail sheet. All workbooks are in the same folder. I need to only copy columns A,D,F,G.
If someone can post code or point me towards a thread I can figure what changes need to be made. I am getting better but slowly!
I am using excel 2003. I have more than 500 text file which are result of some numerical analysis. I have another bunches of the same file number. I can record and play around with macro.
What I want to do is -copy selected cells from imported text file in excel and paste in new or in first opened excel file. I have recorded macro for one file including importing from text to excell, copy and paste the selected file (look the macro below). But I have more than 500 files and I want to do the macro the same thing for each file in one excell file. Do i have to make one macro for each file??, that takes much more time than manual import and copy paste. The cell position and range to copy is the same, but have to be pasted in new row (in one excel summery file). The file name of each text file is different and all are in the same folder.
i have a script to import a workbook which works fine, but when the data is imported i would like to have all the data in the cells aligned to the left of the cells, as im new to vba i can work this out.
Below is the script i'm using to import.
I would like this to aligned all cells to the left and centered when imported.
Sub tst() With workbooks.open("C:example.xls") with .sheets(1).usedrange thisworkbook.sheets(1).cells(rows.count,1).end(xlup).offset(1).resize(.rows.count,columns.count)=.value end with .close False End with End Sub
I want to import data from the web into Excel, but the data I want come from the result of a query - I have to enter a few parameters and get the results. I would like to import these results into Excel but although I can enter the website for Excel to look at I cannot figure out how I can enter the parameters to generate the results.
I am having a little trouble with this piece of simple code that just seems to be not working the way i want to. I can't figure why it won't work.
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Sheets("Global").Select Range("B5:F19").Copy Range("B25").PasteSpecial (xlPasteAll) Range("B5:E5").ClearContents Range("B7:E7").ClearContents Range("B11:E11").ClearContents Range("B13:F13").ClearContents Range("B17:D17").ClearContents Range("B19:D19").ClearContents End Sub
for some reason if i try to do Range("B5:F19").Select and then do Selection.Copy, I get an application error message. This has never happened before and for some reason it just started to act up. If you want to know what it does when I run this macro.. it actually doesn't go to Sheet "Global" it stays in the same sheet and does all the copying/pasting/clearing in the same sheet as the button is. I made sure that the tab is "Global" and i have confirmed caps. spaces everything.
I have been asked to develop a dashboard for my company. The data source for my dashboard is Tally ERP 9.The problem is I am not getting how to access this data into excel. I have tried MS Query but the imported data was not what I was expecting.
I have 5 or 6 macros set up to import stats from the internet to specific sheets. I want all of my imported data to be pasted starting at A1. However when i run these macros, the data IS pasted at A1, but when i run it a second time (or the next day after the pages have been updated), it pastes the data BESIDE the previously pasted stuff. here's what i mean..
say my imported data spans columns A to S.. everything's fine. but tomorrow i want to update the data so i run the macro again. well, it pastes the new data to A1 and again it spans from A to S like it's supposed to, but now it also tacks on the same paste job from S to, AG for instance.here's the code... There are currently 5 macros that have this problem. I thought by selecting A1 as the starting point, i could alleviate all of this but apparently not.
I have the following code that I cobbled together from various recordings of data imports and queries. The problem seems to be in my WHERE statment. I get a "Run-time error '1004': Data type mismatch in criteria expression."
I am using Microsoft Excel 2003 and I am trying to import data from one worksheet to another. I found out how to import the data, but I can not find out how to get the data that I am importing to go into the labelled cells that I want them to go into. Is there any way that I can get Excel to do this, or am I searching for something that can't even happen?
have been trying to work out how to copy data from a website into a worksheet. For some reason the Data > Import External Data > New Web Query route does not work so I have tried the code below but cannot get this to work either.
What I am trying to achieve is to copy each of the various tables on the page into Excel.
Dim WebCopy As Object Dim WebtitleCopy As Object Set WebCopy = Sheets("Sheet2") WebCopy.Cells.Clear
I need to import data from an Access table (which is straightforward enough), but there's a snag. All the rows are dated (10 rows per day) and I want to start from a specific date and get everything after that date.
Anyone any ideas if this is possible and, if so, how to do it?
I'm trying to import a data from a website using Microsoft Excel however the link is too long & when I do import data from web & I past the link in there, it says that it's too long and it won't let me.
I am writing this code as a user prompt when importing data but getting an error when it goes to add the text to the worksheet.
Sub CheckForUndetermines() Dim Und As Range Dim Inp As String For Each Und In Range("E1:E200") If Und.Value Like "*Undetermined*" Then Und.Interior.ColorIndex = 6 If Und = "Undetermined" Then Inp = Application.InputBox("Invalid or Negative", "Undetermined Value", "Negative") If Inp = "False" Then Exit Sub If Inp "" Then Cells(Und, 3).Value = Inp Und.Interior.ColorIndex = 0 Next Und End Sub