I'm trying to lock the cells of my work book both vertically and horizonatlly. There are "header criteria" on both colums and rows that I want to lock so when you scroll down or over the title bars stay. When I've done it in the past it won't let me lock both correctly.
Basically I want to see more dates, as you can see I've dropped down Cell B1 (31-Mar) to the B28 (27-Apr) Obviously if I wanted to see past 27-Apr I would just continue the drop down but I want to keep it within 28 rows and carry the dates onto cell C1-C28, D1-D28 etc, is there any way to do this using the drop down function or will I have to drop down each column individually then look date in the last row of that column and type the next date myself on the next column and drop it down?
In the attached spreadsheet, I have the original data display horizontally (sheet2). Col A is Patient #. The header in row 1 are the test codes. Each patient took only 1 test and have result reported either neg, pos, pending or not eval. How do I transpose the header and have the test results consolidated in 1 column accordingly as display in sheet 3.
For what reason would a table not extend vertically on it's own when an entry is made in the next row directly beneath it? On all of my sheets I could swear the table will automatically extend vertically, but on one workbook that has 10 duplicated and then modified sheets with tables (I mention that for it might have been something from the original that was copied that is the problem), the table easily expands horizontally when a value is placed in a column next in line, but not the same for the next row!
I am working on a pivot table just like the one on the picture here [URL] .......
Ideally I wanted the sums by date to be displayed horizontally and not vertically as shown in the picture, but was unable to do so. Anyways, I want to be able to filter those dates, so I can display data just from an specific date, and then change this date whenever I want and the new data will show up.
I tried doing by the checkbox that appears under the "data" dropdown on top of the column; However, when I uncheck a specific date, it dissapears and I have to add it again if I want to see it. Is there a way to keep the values on the dropdown even after I uncheck them? Or even another way to filter the information? Below is the pic of the dropdown I get when trying to sort the data, But as I said If I uncheck one of the values, it dissapears from the list.
I have been assigned the task of creating our new integrated time and leave sheet in Excel 2007, previously we had 2 sheets, one for times and one for leave.
The problem I have is that I need to protect the authorisaton columns therre are 2 one for AM and one for PM, so that only Managers can authorise leave by inputting a password and then initialing the leave.
What I then need to do a the end of each month is for the manager to be able to click a Button with a Macro which will then lock the whole worksheet so that employees cannot change their times after the manager has checked the sheet.
I can lock the authorisation columns and password protect but I have to enable protection on the sheet, when I do this I cannot then figure out a way of running a macro which will then protect the whole sheet and assign a password to it so it cannot be changed after being checked and signed off.
I have tried to create a macro (button) to remove the protection on the 2 columns and then reapply protection to the whole sheet with another button but to no avail.....
If anyone has any suggestions I would be eternaly greatful.
Passwords on the sheet for the different buttons are abc or cobra.
I recently posted a thread on locking one cell if another had a value in it, and vice versa for the other cell. I got this great response (thanks se1429!) and it works GREAT, but I failed to mention that the worksheet is password protected. It asks for a password when I enter a value in one of the cells. I just need help adjusting this code so I can put my password in the code and allow the worksheet to unlock and lock at will by using this password.
I'm trying to get one of my macros to freeze panes in several worksheets. For some reason though, sometimes it freezes the panes in the wrong place. What could be causing this? My code basically looks like this:
Is there a way to freeze specific panes? I know that you can use freeze panes to freeze cells to the left and above a specified cell but I am trying to freeze specific cells. For instance I want to freeze cells A1 through K25 so that when I scroll up everything else scrolls up and when I scroll right everything else scrolls right?
I'm looking for a solution to freeze panes twice. That is I want to freeze row 1-15 and row 200-203. And then the rows 16-199 to be movable. In the first 15 rows I have column info so I need that visable all the time and in row 200-203 I have " Sum" of the lines 16-199 so that's why I want that to also be visible at all time. The ordinary freeze pane in excel just freezes at one certain horizontol point and I need 2. Can it be done with VBA maybe? Is it possible to insert an up/down arrow (the one you have at the right side of the screen, don't now what it's called) for the lines 16-199?
I have a sheet in which I am using freeze panes to keep the header section always visible. I would like to be able to add a toggle button with a macro to the sheet to allow the user to turn the existing freeze panes on/off at will, without the need to navigate the menu bar itself. So far I have not been able to find any info on if/how this may be possible. If anyone has any experience controlling freeze panes via macros, etc.
If is possible to create any info about freezing panes. I mean, when is pan freezed, and rows are scrolled in lower part of table (upper data are not vissible) if is possible display/show any text about this (e.g. "The first line of table are not visible")...but only if is not the upper part of data visible..not always.
I know you can't delete columns permanently in a worksheet so I am hiding them. Attached is an image of how many I want. My issue is that the dividing line that is used to freeze a top row pane is still extending across the entire worksheet (which has whitespace on the right side).
I suppose I could always extend my formatted worksheet to be the size of the screen.
I would like to freeze the bottom part of my spreadsheet, such that the user can scroll through the upper part but still be able to see the bottom part. The freeze command freezes what is above the line, I want to freeze what is below the line.