The original file has multiple sheets and multiple Tables on each sheet. No naming convension was used in naming the sheets or Tables.
Can I cycle through all the Tables on a sheet and rename each of them? For example, find the first Table on the sheet closest to cell A1 and rename it Table 1, find the next Table and rename it Table 2, etc.
Is there a way to reference Tables based on an index (similar to sheets)? Is there a Table(1) and Table(2) referencing system? Is it on a per sheet basis or across the entire workbook? That is, can there be more than one Table(1) in a file?
Can I start in cell A1 and find the first instance of a Table and return the name or index of that Table?
I am trying to insert three columns within a large amount of data. I am using Excel 2003 edition. The three columns need to measure max, min, and standard deviation of month long ranges and the data goes all the way back to 1993.
Currently, I have a column that has the correct ranges but finds the average for each month
And many more ranges as it dates back all the way to '93. Is there a possible way to insert these three columns with their respective commands (=MAX... =MIN... etc.) while keeping all the ranges from the AVERAGE column.
In effect, I am looking to solely switch the begining of the column command
(=AVERAGE($H7214:$H7243)) to (=MIN($H7214:$H7243) etc...
While keeping all of the specified ranges from the AVERAGE column.
Hello, I have a task that would take me hours to complete and I'm sure there's got to be a way to do it in Excel 2007. I need to get part numbers from one master cross reference spreadsheet to individual spreadsheets. The master cross reference spreadsheet has our company 7-digit number AND the manufacturer part number, while the individual spreadsheets only have the manufacturer part number. I need to have the individual spreadsheets match manufacturer part numbers and then insert our company's 7-digit number line-by-line.
I have 2 workbooks each with last name columns. One book has a column of a few hundred names and the other has a column of over a thousand. I need to compare the last names and pull out the employeeID (which is in a seperate column) to a specific column for the ones that match.
There are many columns in Sheet1 and more will be added for titles of the columns remains unchanged. One of the Col. in Sheet1 is 'Part Number'. Part Numbers are defined as 'Configurations', and each Configurations has additional parts and peices which are broken down in Sheet2. Back in Sheet1, I also have a Col. for QTY. So, if Sheeet1 has a part number that matches in Sheet2, then I would like Excel to copy all 'parts and pieces' and QTY from Sheet2 to Sheet1. Please make sure that I want the QTY to be multiplied if applies. Please see below for an example:
I'm currently trying to insert the copy range of one worksheet to another. Let's say I have 3 worksheets, one main and two additional info sheet. I want to search column C in main worksheet for blank cell and use column F in the same row as the worksheet name which I want to copy from, then use column E from main worksheet as the keyword for the range I want to copy(range from column E to column Z). But when inserting, I want the keyword in main worksheet such as 'G' in the same row as blank cell to match the 'G' in copied worksheet. Because the 'G' in main worksheet is not in the same column for each row, I try to search the forum but can't find the inserting part. I also attach the example workbook.
I have another little VBA macro problem that appears to be beyond my coding knowledge.
I have attached a small excel spreadsheet, with a macro recorded (CTRL-P) of what I'm trying to accomplish. Basically, If the data in column A matches a single entry in column F, I need to copy and insert the row (columns F-L) that matches.
I'm wondering if it's possible to use a lookup formula to populate cell comments? In other words, I'd like to put a lookup table into a cell, and if the value is not FALSE, have that Lookup table then pull in certain information into the cell's comments.
I'm trying to insert an IF function in a cell with VBA. But it keeps giving me an error and I don't understand why.
Here's the code:
Sub IFinsert_test() Dim C_IndexKol As String C_IndexKol = "Q" Dim C_DebnrKol As String C_DebnrKol = "A" Worksheets("blad1").Range(C_IndexKol & "9").Formula = _ "=if(Worksheets("blad1").Range (C_debnrKol & "9")"""","testA","testB")" End Sub
attempting to accomplish the following in Excel and I believe that I need to use VBA to do it. I am an intermediate Excel user, so you might need to "bring it down to my level" a bit :-)
maintain a master list of tasks (in rows) in a file (File1). In another file (File2), I will keep the task list and related hours charged by our staff (in columns). What I want the macro to do is to compare each row of File2 to File 1 and if they are different (which will happen if I add a new task to the master list in File1), to insert a row. It should do this for each row in the file until it reaches the end (there may be blank rows though).
I am trying to concatenate the text of a few cells in a specific worksheet. I'm not wanting to use the STRING & STRING type code because I already had a Concatenate formula nested with an index formula and needed to have this formula copied to a certain RANGE, Where the RANGE was specified by a Variable. T
he Code below does what I need if the CONCATENATE/INDEX formula is in the cell that im copying already. (BELOW) The Formula in the cell, for example, on row 19 of worksheet "COMMISSION", that needs to be copied and incremented down the VARIABLE RANGE is
VB: Dim iInput_Rows As Integer iInput_Rows = Worksheets("Workspace").Range("D3").Value Dim iOutput_Rows As Integer iOutput_Rows = Worksheets("Workspace").Range("D1").Value Dim iAnalog_Rows As Integer
My problem is when I use the following code to insert that concatenate/index formula, through vba, then I get errors because it evidently doesnt like the " " for the space i needed between texts. (The Formula is concatenating text in those cells but every other Row) Can I do this in VBA?
I have a data set, with 20-30 columns and 3500 ish rows - in here I have to get different kind of information on each column.
One of them is Missing Values, that is cells that are blank in the specific columns, I know I can just use the countblank function and then just put in the number - but how do I do it if I want the formula to appear "inside" my pivot table, so that I have this range of data, and I want to calculate how many blank cells this specific column have.So my question is: Is possible to add the formula to my pivot table/data and get it to show next to the other information that I require on the different columns?
I've been trying to solve this for days. In Excel 2007 there is a 'Insert copied cells' function after copying cells and right-clicking on a cell which basically just inserts all copied cells to your desired location.
My question is, how do you call this function in VB, I've used F1 extensively and searched the net and haven't come up with an answer.
I am using VB to insert a function into a cell on an excell worksheet. The relative references work fine. For the absolute reference, I want to use a named range (LowTotal). If I simply put the name into the function, then I just get the name as text in the function. The second insert formula is were the named range is intended to go. Here is the code so far...
I need to know how to use the varriable name in the .formulaR1C1, so that VB knows it is a variable and not just text....
I have to create a spreasheet monthly that has perhaps 60 transactions. The data is in columns A - G, with columns E and F having the costs figures. I need to sum the value in column E and also in Column F every few rows. The problem is that sometimes there are two rows per transaction and other times it could be 30 rows per transaction. Where I will be lucky is that there are two rows between transactions, and the sum goes in the first empty row.
Basically what I would need it to do, from a macro point of view is to go down column E, and every time it finds the first empty row, insert an auto sum. It would then need to ignore the next row, because it too, is empty.
Just Column E - I need an autosum in the "empty row 1's)
I have a spreadsheet with 27 Columns and 439 rows of data. I need to copy each row of data that has a certain criteria and paste the same data 141 times below it and then manipulate the data. In the same spreadsheet I need to copy a row of data that has other criteria in it and past it 30 times below it, and then manipulate the data.
I have been using the copy and insert copied cells function, but I have to scroll down 141 or 30 rows each time to ensure I add in the correct amount of rows. Is there a more productive way to do this? I have about 10 workbooks with approximately 47 tabs/worksheets each that I will need to update in a similar fashion.