I have a form with several combo boxes, and they function just the way I like as far as being able to pick from the list, or typing in them and having it show you the next available item in the list as you add letters. Whats happening that I would like to know how to deal with is... as soon as you type a letter that is not in my lookup range it generates an error. "Could not get the list property - Invalid property array index". I don't want people to be able to add to the list, but I would like a msgbox to pop up. Then allow them to go back to the box and try again.
I am trying to get a combo box to work, but keep encountering the error "Invalid Property Value."
When the combobox entry is deleted and the user moves to the next text box in the userform, this error pops up which is very annoying. It also pops up when the word entered doesn't match, like it is supposed to.
I have MatchRequired set to True, because I want an error message to come up, but with my own error message like " That name doesn't exist, please try again ".
I can't figure out a way to ignore the "Invalid Property Value." error message, and show my own customized message.
I have got a UserForm which pulls data from Excel sheet and show it on UserForm.
UserForm1 has One ListBox name "ListBox1" and Thirteen TextBox's.
TextBoxBatch...... Showing Batch number TextBox1 ........... Showing Year 1 data TextBox2.............Showing Year 2 data TextBox3...............Showing Year 3 data . . . . TextBox12...........Showing Year 12 data
It shows data correctly in UserForm1 for TextBoxBatch and TextBox1 to TextBox9 but when it reaches TextBox10 it give error "Could not get Column property, Invalid argument"
And it does not show data in TextBox10 (Year 10), TextBox11 (Year 11), and TextBox12 (Year 12).
I'm trying to create a userform with a combobox wherein items that will be provided in it will be based on the worksheet named NA. When i try to change the Rowsource on the properties of the combobox i'm getting an error "could not set the rowsource property. Invalid property value". Do I need to declare the name of the worksheet before changing the rowsource?
I created a form that my employees could use to log their work. When I toggle between the combobox and the qtytextbox I get an "invalid property value" error that debugs to the line of code that opens the userform. I have no idea how to fix this. The spreadsheet has a button that shows the userform. This code is:
Private Sub rectangle1_click() If frmLCWork.Visible = False Then frmLCWork.Show Exit Sub End Sub
The userform has a combobox for employees to select the completed "task", a quantity textbox and then an "add to log" button. The form code is:
Option Explicit Private Sub cmdAdd_Click() Dim sStep As String Dim Row As Long 'check for a task If Trim(Me.cbxTask.Value) = "" Then Me.cbxTask.SetFocus MsgBox "Please specify which task you completed." Exit Sub End If....................
When I try to populate a worksheet with the data from a multicolumn listbox on a userform.
I have references which list index is to go to which cell on the worksheet, however if there is no entry in this list index it is giving me this error.
As the listbox could have 1 line or up to 10 lines populated, I think I need to put an error handling on so that if the entry in listbox index is "" then resume next, or something like that. However everything I have tried doesn't work and I keep getting this error.
Here is the code I have to populate the worksheet from the listbox. There are 7 columns and 10 rows.
How to handle this error?
[CODE] Private Sub cbPrint_click() Call Error_Handling_VBA_On_Error_Resume_Next Dim ws As Worksheet Set ws = Worksheets("Invoice Copy") With ws .Range("B11") = CusName.Value
Having problems with trying to get my vba code to access the SpecialCells property. Receiving the following error.... Unable to get the SpecialCells property of the Range class. The section of my code is below that is causing the error. Keeps stopping on the "Selection.SpecialCells(xlsCellTypeVisible).Select" line.
Sheets(" Book Query").Range("A6:I6").Select Sheets("Book Query").Range(Selection, Selection.End(xlDown)).Select Selection.SpecialCells(xlsCellTypeVisible).Select Selection.Copy Sheets("Inventories and Variances").Select Sheets("Inventories and Variances").Range("A7").Select
I have a error with this code Row Invalid Qualifier how can I qualifier Row
Private Sub CommandButton2_Click() Dim Row As Double Dim addItem As Integer Dim count As Integer count = 0 UserForm1.ListBox1.List(count, 0).Value = "" ActiveCell.Value = "" Sheets("Sheet2").Cells(1, 1)(Row.count, "A").End(xlUp).Offset(1).Value = ""
I've used a VBA procedure to pull stock price historical data from Yahoo. Something has changed something and now the procedure will not work. With a worksheet named 'Web Data', I execute the following procedure. I now get an error from Excel (2003) stating that "The file could not be accessed. Try one of the following: ...", and then "Invalid Web Query". Here is the code that I am using:
'e.g. pull Dow Jones data for Feb 14 thru Feb 15. smo = 2 ' Feb sda = 14 ' 14 syr = 7 ' 2007 emo = 2 ' Feb eda = 15 ' 15 eyr = 7 ' 2007 fund = "^DJI" Sheets("Web Data").Activate Range("a1").Select Selection.Clear With Selection.QueryTable .Connection = _ "URL;http:// finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?&a=" & smo - 1 & "&b=" & sda & "&c=" & syr _ & "&d=" & emo - 1 & "&e=" & eda & "&f=" & eyr & "&g=d&s=" & fund .Refresh End With
Running a worksheet with vba, at the start of the code I turn warnings off and at the very end of the code I turn them back on.When the routines complete a warning is raised:
A formula in this worksheet contains one or more invalid references.
Verify that your formulas contain a valid path, workbook, range name, and cell reference.
When I run Error Checking everything comes up clean.
Clicking on "Show Formulas" shows no formulas for there are no formulas on the sheet to show, just a chart, and clicking "Show Formulas" just turns my dates into serial numbers and screws up the display of the two comboboxes, messing the fonts and drop-down arrows, and since closing and reopening didn't revert the comboboxes back to normal I will now have to blow them away and resurrect them. I also see Show Formulas also messed up my command buttons. nice...
The only way I find to avoid the error is to turn Warnings OFF at the start of the charting routine and NEVER turn it back on.
I made certain that none of my names had any errors in them. Everything looks proper. So what next?
I fear something will create an error for me now along the lines of Murphy's Law
What is the best way for my UDF to return an error to the calling worksheet if it detects an invalid parameter?
In the past, I have usually set a breakpoint so I could check the the values and the logic. Other times, I return an invalid result, like 0 or -1.
I am working on a UDF now that is called hundreds of times. The workbook is a work in progress so I am constantly making changes to the UDF and the calling cells. Periodically, I screw up and do something that causes every call to get an error (like divide by zero).
I am getting an invalid procedure call when the portion of the code that has the ASC function runs. The only change I made to the workbook was to increase the available rows that this macro is totaling from 150 to 300. If I don't increase the rows I do not get the error.
What this code is doing is grouping information from 20 different sheets and totaling them and placing the total in the correct group. Most of the totals will begin with a number, however there will be a small amount that will begin with a letter. The items with letters need to be grouped in the 17000 category.
Dim c As Range Dim rng As Range Set rng = Range(Cells(3, "R"), Cells(lastrow, "R")) For Each c In rng
If c < 20 Then c.Offset(0, 1) = "01000" If (c > 19) * (c < 26) Then c.Offset(0, 1) = "02000" If (c > 25) * (c < 161) Then c.Offset(0, 1) = "02600" If c > 159 Then c.Offset(0, 1) = WorksheetFunction.Text(c, "000") & "00" If Asc(Left(c, 1)) > 58 Then c.Offset(0, 1) = "17000" If c > 170 Then c.Offset(0, 1) = "18000" Next c
I am trying to create a macro to search through a workbook and delete "empty" cells, leaving just the range of cells with valid data. So far i've come up empty handed. I have attached a sample workbook with a spreadsheet on it that has the empty cells I speak of. Press CTRL+END to see where it takes you in the sheet and it will be well beyond the range of data I have inserted. The reason I need to do this is because I gets spreadsheets back from clients that need to be imported into SQL and it is very time consuming to have to go through each workbook.
My goal to checkup/analyze our contact details database, to do that i have to manually tag the invalid entries ( blanks, 0, wrong cellphone format, x, NONE etc. ) for cellular phone field as " INVALID " and if the cellular phone format is correct we'll tag it as " VALID " ( please refer to my attach file ) i have to get this task as fast as i could and our database comprises of 200,000 imagine if i have to manually tag it even in batches i have to figure out how to automate this..but the filter function of excel seems to be lacking for me. if there's a way how to automate this with this function:
- define field to be filtered out as for this case ill define cellphone # format and tag it as " VALID " - define field to be filtered out as invalid entries ( blanks, x , 0, numbers less than 10 digits, entries that are telephone format, NONE, /// , XX, aa, @ ) or any sort of entries that are not cellphone format
I have a userform that has validations in it. One of the validations is to ensure the user has entered in a correct date. Right now if the user has the correct date in the form, but decides they no longer want to add any data into the spreadsheet using the userform, they can simply click the Close Form button at the bottom of the form and the form will close out.
I just discovered however that if the user inadvertently put in an incorrect date and then attempted to close the form, the validations will not allow the user to close the form until they have corrected the date. I would like to set up my close form button to close the form no matter what data has been entered into the form. Basically have it so the close form button overrides any validations within the userform coding. Currently I only have unload me within the cmdClose_Click() sub routine, It looks like this:
Could I use something to the effect of clearing all fields when the close form button is clicked...
I am combining the information from multiple files--one per state, for several states--into a single large table so it's more easily reviewed. Each file has multiple worksheets, named for categories. The category/worksheet names are standardized, but not all worksheets are found in every file.
There is some overlap of items from state to state, so my macro copies key fields from each worksheet and pastes them into the new table and adds a column on the left with the name of the category/worksheet each item came from. It then removes any duplicates to create a list of unique items. Across to the right, the table has two columns for each state, one to show if the item exists there, and the other the date it was added.
In the final step I am using lookup formulas to populate the states columns, using the category/worksheet name from the left-hand column to identify which worksheet to pull from. When a worksheet doesn't exist in a source file, however, this creates an invalid reference.
Is there any way to use VBA to identify which worksheets are in a file so I can use the results in an IF/THEN statement to bypass any lines that would create the invalid references?