Join Text & Wrap: Add A Figure To The First Part Of The Cell
Jan 11, 2007
This is not related to macro - it's an excel question regarding wrapped-around text within a cell (i.e.: text brought onto next line by <Alt>+<Enter>)...
SayI have the following in a cell :
and say I want to add a figure (in this example 1A) to the first part of the cell and then another to the second line of wrapped text and so on. How can I split the cell (or lookup the first 'wrapped' line) so that I can then perform changes (using formulas with '&' to combine etc or whatever) so that in the end cell have the following:
I am trying to reference text and another document. The text I want is " stock option expense negatively impacted 1Q:07 by:" and the number i want it to bring back is currently in the model as a percentage. However I would like to bring it back in basis points which would be the percentage times 10,000. So if its in the model as 0.4%, I'd like to bring it back as 40 bps. Here is the formula I am using that is insufficient.
how I can get the text that is reflected in the Edit bar for cell A1 of the attachment to display fully within the cell boundriesof A1? I've reseached Qzgrid and found no previous answers. Is it an Excel 2003 bug that I just have to live with? You will see I've set the Text Control under Format Cells > Alignment to "Wrap text".
I have a sheet that copies text info (merged and centered cell)from a cell in another sheet (text alt+enter to create more line), the text wrap is on, however i have to manually expand the cell to see all of the text
Currently working on an excel worksheet. I merged 5 rows to a single cell. Want to be able to auto fit all the textl. Enabled auto wrap but when the contect surpass the 5 rows, only portion of the text are appearing. Any way to force the cell to autofit whatever text is within?
Is there a way to specify if there are 46 characters in a cell, to apply text wrap, indent the second line, and resize the row height to 25.5?
For example, I always will have text on merged cells B7:C7. I'd like to have a macro that determines if the text goes over C7 (I figured that it would take 46 characters to do this), that the merged cells will be text wrapped, then row 7 will be resized to 25.5.
I know how to record a macro that will text wrap and resize the row height but am not sure how to do the "if" condition.
I need to count the number of Carriage returns in a string of text in a group of merged cells also I need to add a carriage return after the 1024 character because I have the wrap text on. My overall goal is have copy text fit into a group of merged cells without any being cut off by excel.
I learnt that " " & can combine the text and figure. However, when it comes to a negative numbers, i dont know how to maneouver it. Eg, Cell A1 is USD(50,000.00) and the comment in Cell B1 is Cost is USD(50,000.00). So the function in B1 = "Cost is "& what to put here?
I am trying to change the value in a cell by referenceing it to another sheet. My cell is: Today it is 33F, have a nice day. Now, 33F should be called from another cell and should be inserted in this new cell. If I change the 33F in the other cell this change should be reflected in my text file.
I've got a spreadsheet with several rows and the numbers within those rows are totalled up at the bottom. Is there a way where i can highlight the cell within the spreadsheet and it takes it off the accumulative total at the bottom? or something similar to this effect? I just don't want to have to remove figures from this spreadsheet and highlighting will be a good way of seeing what has been done
I have two cells. In cell A1 there is a text "(fi) = " and in A2 a number, for example 30. (fi) means a symbol for diameter (letter "f", using Symbol font). Is it possible to joint those two cells in third cell using formula "=A1&A2", maintaining original fonts? What i get is "f = 30", not "(fi) = 30".
Looking for formula with if then statement that involves a nested formula or concatenation. I need a formula that says: If cell A reads exactly ABCD then concatenate cell A with cell C. Very basic to most of you gurus but I'm fairly new with formulas.
I have been trying to use the concatenate function to join some text strings to a cell on a different sheet - From an input sheet -Sheet 1 named Input, to a Notification Form (Sheet 2). Although the Function Argument display tells me that it will display the result I want it actually displays just the formula. It's a very simple thing
Address 1 10 Downing Street Address 2 Westminster Address 3 London Postcode SW1A 1AA
I want displayed as: 10 Downing Street, Westminster, London, SW1A 1AA in a single merged cell. All I am getting on the Form is =concatenate(Input!c25," ",Input!c26," "Input!c27," "Input!c28). I feel sure that it is a very easy solution but I can't arrive at it!!
I have a worksheet where i need three columns at fixed widths and in one of these columns i need the text to wrap. I have a macro and have included a wrap text function in it but it doesn't seem to wrap text!! No cells are merged and the row height has not been altered from the default height. I would very much appreciate if one of you could look at the macro(pasted below) and tell me why the text won't wrap. I have looked through forums and found answers to this question, but none of the solutions I have come across seem to work
I have a column of data with letters in each cell, no numerical, only alpha. Now, some of those cells contain the letters "adj sub" as part of the text string in each cell. "Adj sub" is always at the beginning of the text string. As an example, a cell will look like this - "adj sub mhm". I want to delete rows whose cell description does not contain "adj sub" as part of the text in the cell.
I added a shortcut Button using a Macro on the Menu Bar on Word Wrap (Format > Cells > Alignment > Tick Wrap Text). However, that button is working only on the Workbook I created. When I created the macro, I did not have the option of putting it in "Personal Macro Workbook"? How can I make that button work on all Worksheet I operate in Excel from now?
Text Wrap in TextBox within an Excel form. I can’t get text to wrap within a textbox even though the “Wrap” option is selected for “True” in the textbox properties. The textbox value is from a cell that has text within it. The textbox code is: Me.txtC1 = Format(Worksheets("Data").Range("T46"), "0")
The form code is: Me.txtC1.Value = Worksheets("Data").Range("T46").Value
I have been working on this worksheet part of which is attached herewith. I would like excel to automatically enter Updated/Inserted in column B against Individuals' names as per the instructions given in column A. For example: As per instruction in A9, B13:B16 should show Updated. I have tried to use the nested if function, but it does not work as I want it to. Also as I am not used to macros or VBA codes, could this problem be solved with formulas?
This is my current code to unwrap text for a given range
I would like to build in a IF function to say if the given range is unwrapped (Cells.WrapTEXT = False) THEN wrap the range (Cells.WrapTEXT = True) i.e. everytime the macro button is clicked it will wrap and unwrap the data range
I'm trying to execute something like this: [URL] ......
but without changing the cell value... I basically want a button that will wrap/unwrap all of the cells in the "B" column with one click. If i have to do the cell range for every individual cell in column B that's fine, but I can't seem to make the above example work while keeping the cell contents the same.
I have several columns "A" thru "J" with simple contents, part#, qty, date, etc. and in column "K" descriptive text which can run several sentences long.
I'm trying to record a macro to insert a row, merge "A" thru "J" in that new row, cut the text from the "K" cell in the row above and select wrap text so it shows up below those headings so my user can read it.
Would look like:
I can get it to look like that if I grab the row borders and drag it to fit, but can I get it to increase row height and wrap to fit the text length automatically with the macro?
Code looks like this so far:
Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+M
Dialog box pops up "This operation will cause some merged cells to unmerge.
I'm going to have a shortcut key in the macro to do this one row at a time, as the data isn't that extensive, but I don't want to have to drag all the row heights.
A user inputs a string into a message box. A particular cell on a worksheet is then given the value of this string. I would like to have this cell automatically format to Wrap Text if the string is longer than 100 characters and skip to the next line after each 100 characters. However, if 101th character is part of a word, then that word would be on the next line. If the string is less than 100 characters then the cell is simply given the value of the inputted string ( I know how to do this )