When I Step through (Using the f8 Key) the below code -- Comments Explain my problem/Question
Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual ' Without entering this line the Macro in the next line or two), jumps to and begins running a UDF in a VBE ADDIN
'Module marked as Volitile
For TheYear = 1 To 5
Cells(1, TheYear + 1).Value = 1990 + TheYear
I have a macro that copies data from several workbooks saved in a particular folder to a master workbook.
The problem is that this macro only works when it is included as a module in the master workbook. Unfortunately, I cannot ask the users of this macro to insert a module, copy the code and run it each time they want to consolidate the master workbook. Therefore, I wanted to use this code by including it in a Add-In that I already prepared. The problem is that this consolidation macro does not run when it is in an add-in. Create a code that I can include in a macro add in that would insert a module in the master file, include the code that I already have, run it and then delete the module? The add-in would be password protected.
I have an addin in a shared folder which was created by someone else. (it is a user form). I need to create a macro which will go to its existing folder and then save it in the users personal addin folder also picking up their user id. There will be about 100 users so easier this way than going round doing it for them.
So I suppose the query is three fold.
1, pick up the addin and save it in a personal addin folder. 2, Find the username as part of the path file. For instance my personal would be:
"C:Documents and SettingsO033116Application DataMicrosoftAddIns"
The "O033116" is where I will need a search completed to obtain the user id.
The addin is called ServiceCredt.xla
3, Activate the installed addin.
The reason I want it this way is so the user is unable to access any of the code and we are in control.
I have an Excel Addin that I deploy as a read-only addin on a server share. I instruct my co-workers to add the Add-In as they would any other Add-In, but I tell the to answer NO to the Windows question "Copy 'AddinName' to the Addins folder for John Doe?".
That way, everyone will be working with the server version of the addin, and any time I want to roll out an updated version I just place a new addin file on the server. The next time the users restart Excel, the new version is loaded.
Except users never follow directions and some of them click the default 'Yes' when asked and get a local copy of the addin and never receive updated versions of the addin.
How do I disable the "Copy Addin" question completely? I don't want to depend on the user. I know this is possible because I have this 3rd party addin that we use that is installed from c:Program Files and it just stays there and you're never asked to copy the addin when you install it in Excel.
Although I'm able to write UDFs and distribute addins, one thing I've found is that if you use a UDF formula on a sheet on one machine, save it, then open it on another, Excel doesn't automatically look in the local .xla for the formula. In fact it tries to find it on the network (expecting to locate the originating user's machine, I suspect) and then throw a strop....
I know this is a mess - I am just learning how to create UDFs. I am trying to extract first and last name from an email address is this format - John.Smith@abc.com. This is what I have and of course it does not respond . .
I have a column J that is named Premium. If I use the function =INT(Premium) in K4 then it returns the integer for the value in J4. If I do the same thing with a UDF then the function argument receives all the values in column J. The author of the function says this is how UDFs work by design. Is there a way to use defined names with UDFs and have it work the way it does with built in functions?
I have a addin that contains user defined functions. I am using the MacroOptions command to assign the functions to categories. The addin loads without any problem in Excel 2003. In Excel 2002 and Excel 2007 Beta, if I open Excel and load the addin using the menu the addin loads OK. But when I try to open Excel with the addin already installed I get the following error message: Run-time error '1004': Method 'MacroOptions' of object'_Application' failed. how to aviod this error message in Excel 2002 and Excel 2007 Beta?
After all the awesome macros I've obtained with the help of all of you, I now have over 30 macros, each in its own module. I have tried without success to re-name the modules with no luck. How is everyone organizing these?
Where Param is the address of an array with argument descriptions, as text (like "A1:A4").
If I run the xlsm file, it works fine.
But if I load the xlam file in the add-ins dialog, the path to the Help file seems to be lost; I get directed to Excel's general online Help. The explanation of the arguments still work. Probably because they are already in the registry. But shouldn't the Help path be held in the registry as well?
I have been asked to look at moving a very large set of pricing sheets from Excel 2000 to Excel 2003. In the progress of this I have found that the functionality for a UDF in a cell to change/recalculate any other cells has been removed in Excel XP, whereas it was available in Excel 2000. The amount of work required to refactor the code is very large, and before starting on it it would be good to find out if there is a workaround.
The Sheet works in the following way:-User enters values, clicks a button to run a Macro,-Macro calculates all the ranges required to return a price-In many of the cells it is calculating are Functions which go and look at a large number of cells to calculate the price, sometimes writing to other Cells and sometimes having to recalculate other cells-As it is such a large sheet we can't simply calculate all cells before we tell it to price, as they are not all needed and so aren't calculated unless needed for performance reasons.It would be a lot of work to move the functionality from the Functions to the initial macro call, though this would solve the problem. Is there any other workaround?Macro security is set to low.The Errors I receive are the following:The UDF will hit a line like Range("DataRange").Calculate and this will raise a "Calculate method of Range class Failed" error. If it hits a line like Range("DataRange").Value = 1 this will raise a "Application-defined or object-defined error"If it hits a line like ActiveWorkbook.Names.Add Name:="This_Name", RefersToR1C1:="=Sheet1!R8C2" then it also raise a "Application-defined or object-defined error".Any of these run from a UDF in Excel 2000 works.I have a sample workbook if this isn't clear
In column A in sheet 1 I have a list of ID (starting in cell A2), the Id's are repeated and a new Id first appears in cell A30, repaeting the pattern the next new Id is in cell A58. This goes on in the pattern to around cell 44,000. All I want to do is write a formula in another sheet that enables me to have the cell value of A2 on the new sheet and in the next row of the new sheet to have the value of A30 and so on, until I have all the id's individually displayed on the new sheet.
After that I have data from the rest of the row (A2,B2,C2 etc) of sheet 1 in the following cells of the new sheet. After that I'm transposing data from column H of sheet 1 so it appears in the row of the new sheet against the ID's.
(H)Result Row 2 columns A to F repeate to Row 29 then next patient details list. These I want as Row 2 columns A to F in new sheet then the results transpose from column H sheet 1 to new sheet row 2 columns H to AI. (the results I have working with transpose)
The spread sheet I have written reaches a point, where I want the "ENTER key depress" to jump to a cell to the right instead of the cells in the same column lower in the sheet, is there a way to do this?
I have a system running Windows 7 Professional (32 bit) and MS Office 2010.
In Excel 2010, I have a spreadsheet that contains several hundred rows of data. When I cut and paste a section of data, Excel jumps to the top of the spreadsheet. This does not happen when I copy/paste, just cut/paste.
I have a macro that calls 3 other procedures during its run. I have the positon set in the UpdateIndicator sub
With ProgressIndicator .Top = Application.Top + 300 .Left = Application.Left + 400 end with
and the Userform StartUpPosition property set to 0 - Manual (though I did experiment with the other settings as well.
The issue is that when the series of subs are running, the Indicator jumps and shifts (by 10 or so pixels down and right) and sometimes blinks off completely as each new sub is being called and subsequently returns to the initial macro.
It is accurate and does what it's supposed to do, I just find it annoying and that it probably looks a bit unprofessional (and unstable) to the eyes of some coworkers who use the macro as well.
I have 2 sheets in a workbook where i would like cell G8 on sheet 1 to equal the value on A11 sheet 2 & G9 to equal A12 and so on down the sheet. The problem is that G8 are 3 merged cell so every time I try to use autofill the reference number jumps by 3. The formula in cell G8 is
I'm trying to double-click a cell to edit the contents, and I am off a few pixels, it treats the double-click as a double-click on the cell border, not the cell contents, and the focus jumps to another cell in the direction of the border instead of going into edit mode. The effect is as if I had pressed Ctrl and the arrow in the direction of the border I clicked on.
The only way I've found to disable this is to turn off the option "Enable fill handle and cell drag-and-drop", but unchecking that also disables actually useful things, like dragging the corner of a formula call to copy it down, etc.
Is there a good way to disable this cell jumping when I accidentally double-click a cell border?
What i have at the moment is a module that contains code where i call a different module that i use as a procedure.
Code: If Sheet1.Range("C4").Value < Sheet1.Range("A2").Value Then If Sheet1.Range("K4") = "" Then MsgBox "Please check 06:00 tasks not done yet!" Cell = "Range(" & Chr(34) & "F4" & Chr(34) & ")" If Sheet1.Range("C4") + 0.042 < Sheet1.Range("A2") Then Run "EmailProSheet" End If End If End If
EmailProSheet is what i call but now i want to use the variable "Cell" in the procedure as well?
Code: MsgBox Cell Set OutApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application") Set OutMail = OutApp.CreateItem(0) On Error Resume Next
As it is now everything is working fine but does not return a value in "Cell" if the procedure is called. Is there another way?
I have written a class that can be used as a replacement for Application.FileSearch in Excel 2007, that will take the same parameters etc. with no, or minimal code adjustments.
How do I now alter this so that it can be used as an AddIn by others?
I think that I have to remove all the sheets apart from 1 from the document, and save it as an .xla, but I am struggling with making this an addin, and then being able to use the addin from other code.
Does anyone have some instructions or a link to a website that could direct me? I have done a google search, but search for Excel, VBA, and classes (as well as AddIns), just gives lots of links to classes (as in teaching).
I did modify some codes inside my addin, then did save the modified addin file by pressing the save icon from the VBA window..........but i found that the addin file was saved without the modification made to it. so i lost all modification did to the file. i donot know what i did wrong ?
I'm stuyding the book "Professional Excel Development" which has a Project Template and an addin with several modules and a worksheet. I can view the addin's modules but not it's worksheet - is this normal for addin's? I haven't worked with them much before.
I have found an addin (http://www.quantdec.com/Excel/smoothing.htm) that adds a worksheet function smoothing data. It operates with 2 arguments: - a range for the input data to smooth - a parameter detailing how to do the smoothing.
It outputs a matrix of smoothed results, and therefore requires the Ctrl-Shift-Enter on a spreadsheet. Until there no problem, the function works properly. However I need to repeat the process about 100 times. Therefore I extended my ranges to duplicate the calculations, and that also worked fine. But because I don't need the intermediate data (100 columns by 1000+ rows) and I don't like to wait 2 minutes for the calculations to finish each time I open the saved file again, I thought I could just use VBA and only output the final results.
This is how the working syntax is in a cell: =SMOOTH(B3:B1032, "5RSSH,5RSSH,>,5RSSH")
And there the nightmare starts : - I cannot apply it even once: I get a type mismatch whatever I do to calculate the range and put it as an argument of the function. I used a string to store the range name and use it as is (B3:B1032 or even "B3:B1032") or with the Range function Range("B3:B1032"). I even tried to put manually "B3:B1032" with the same result. First major issue
- Because the worksheet function requires a range, I cannot use an array, or at least I tried without success. Therefore I need to output the result on the worksheet each time it is processed, and reread it through the formula, for n times the loop is running for... Kind of inconvenient... So I tried to modify the original smooth() function to create a new one that would accept an array as argument instead of range, but with the same consequence: Type mismatch when I feed the new function with an array (which I checked contains the data to process).
I have tried an example I found somewhere using a built-in Excel Worksheet function MMult and it worked with ranges:
Dim xArray As Variant, yArray As Variant, zArray As Variant Dim Fn As Object Set Fn = Application.WorksheetFunction