I am trying to have this loop go through colums of data and compare columns 3 and 4. Where there are differences, parts of the row are copied and pasted in a summary table.
My problem is the output to the summary table.
How do I control which cells in the row are copied? (I only want to copy columns 1, 3 & 4) How do I control where the copied cells are pasted to?
Sub Change() Dim r As Long
'Loop to Compare Values For r = 4 To Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row 'Looks For Funds That Upgraded If Cells(r, 4) < Cells(r, 3) Then 'Highlights the row Cells(r, 1).Resize(1, 5).Interior.ColorIndex = 34 'Copies The Applicable Cell Over Into Column 7 Cells(Rows.Count, 7).End(xlUp).Offset(1) = Cells(r, 1) 'Places a note into column 5 Cells(r, 5) = "UPGRADE" End If If Cells(r, 4) > Cells(r, 3) Then Cells(r, 1).Resize(1, 5).Interior.ColorIndex = 36 Cells(Rows.Count, 7).End(xlUp).Offset(1) = Cells(r, 1) Cells(r, 5) = "DOWNGRADE" End If Next r Columns("G:G").EntireColumn.AutoFit End Sub
If I select a group of non-contiguous cells with control shift is there any way that I can shift the same selection over to the next column. For example, I have A4 and A8 selected. When I press shift and right arrow it doesn't work.
I have a spreadsheet named PRODUCTS and in row A there are a bunch of product codes. I would like for the user to be able to use the CTRL and mouse to select all the products that they want and then once they push that button I would like it to paste the user selected cells into a sheet called Quote starting at A7.
I need to make the data in cells f4:f7 skip a row as shown in column D. How can I do this without doing a long and tedious cut and paste as I have over two years of data to reformat. Is there a code or some type of auto-format setting I could use?
I'd like to count non blank cells in 16 separate ranges (each range consists of 6 consecutive cells). The first range in the series is C9:H9. 3 cells are then skipped and the process is repeated with the next range, ie L9:Q9 then skip 3. The last range in the series of 16 is therefore EK9:EP9.
If the value of non blank cells = 2 in any of these 16 ranges then copy the contents of this range to C24:D24 in sheet " Record Form Games 3583". If C24:D24 is not empty copy these values to C25:C26.
If the value of non blank cells = 6 in any of these 16 ranges then copy the contents of this range to C22:H22 in sheet "Record Form Games 3583". If C22 is not empty copy these values to C23:H23.
The ranges colored yellow in the example workbook are the ones that need to be copied to the sheet Record Form Games 3583.
I have a non-contiguous range of cells that contains Values, Formulas, Text or Dates. In some cases a field containing a value could instead contain a formula depending on who is filling out the form and/or what information is known. For example, a cell might contain a value, i.e. Utilities, and I might either know the total ($76,310), or I might need to perform a calculation right in the cell to obtain the total (=54236+9587+12487).
My goal is to be able to copy the information contained in this non-contiguous range to the right some 52 columns (this is a safe temporary storage location) and then be able to copy it back should I need to.
One other problem may be that the source cell might be a merged cell.
Since I cannot determine whether the information is going to be a value or a formula, and I have some text and date formats to copy as well, is there some way to copy this range and keep the data regardless of format?
My Range might look like: (F4, C5, D6:D7, D9, D13:D15, D17:D18, D22:D25, D27:D30)
F4 is a date field, C5 is a merged cell holding text, D6 is the Utilities field described above. The other fields are all formatted as dollars or percentages.
Is there a way to prevent a workbook from closing or being submitted until information has been entered into the following cells? B78, B80, B82, B84, B86, B88, B90, B92, B94, B96, B98, B100, B102, B104, and B106?
The application reads in a file, whcih can have various formats. To check which format it's in, I plan to look for certain empty fields/ cells. I can successfully detect a group of empty cells by explicitly testing each one, but when I put them all in a range and test that, the check fails. So far I've reduced the problem to the following example code.
Sub check_clear() Range("g1:g8").clear If IsEmpty(Range("a1")) Then Range("g2") = "A1 empty" End If If IsEmpty(Range("b1")) Then Range("g3") = "B1 empty" End If If IsEmpty(Range("c1")) Then Range("g4") = "C1 empty" End If If IsEmpty(Range("d1")) Then Range("g5") = "D1 empty" End If..............
The result is that each individual cell check results in the relevant "XX empty" message. However, the test that the range of multiple cells is empty never produces a result. I'd really like to understand the underlying reason - as well as find out how to perform an isEmpty test on a range. I'm looking more for guidance and insight than a canned solution
I have recorded a macro code for which is as follows. This Macro goes into a worksheet and gives percentile value for a range of data. But this is becoming cubersome as this sheet is 65531 rows and can span multiple spread sheets. Can this be put in a loop of some sort to go through the whole worksheet? ....
I am trying to clear the contents of a range of contiguous cells (containing formula) in Excel 2010 64bit. But it is taking a LONG time (read >30min to clear a range 288 x 100). Originally was doing it in VBA but it was taking too long so I started stepping through the macro and identified that the slow down was occurring on a particular sheet only. So the problem is in Excel....not VBA because it is still very slow when deleting the same range in Excel without using VBA.
I've tried all the usual suspects including: Application.EnableEvents = False (run from the VBA Immediate window when using Excel without VBA), Setting to Example of slow clear contents5.xlsxExample of slow clear contents5.xlsxManual Calculation, Turning off screen updating, deleting all the conditional formatting on the sheet, removing any data validation from the sheet (yes all these at the same time). There are no links to external workbooks. I've even tried in VBA changing from .ClearContents to .Value = vbNullString. All to NO AVAIL! By way of background the file is about 72Mb #.xlsm.
If I try to clear contents of larger ranges on other sheets in the same workbook it is instantaneous. If I copy the problem worksheet off to a new workbook, I can delete the problem range almost instantly. Why deleting a range of cells should take so long! Again to clarify, I am using the terms "delete" and "clear contents" interchangeably, but they both mean "clear contents" (not delete and move up cells). P.S I've also looked into the reported conflict between Excel and Google Desktop Office Add-in (Office Button->Excel Options->Addins->Com Addins and deselect Google Desktop Office Addin) but I didn't have Google Desktop Office Add-in so it isn't that.
I have a worksheet with 35,136 rows of data. I want to calculate the average of every 4th cell in the same column. Is there a way to create a macro to select every 4th cell in the average formula? If so, can I then substitute min and max for average?
Each of my data sets spans roughly 75 columns by 250 rows at present, but this could expand. The first 7 rows contain metadata. Columns 2-25 or so contain the raw data, from which everything to the right is calculated. The data sets have most columns in common, but not necessarily all.
In order to tease out the most meaningful information from my data, I frequently sort all or part of it based on varying criteria. When I find a useful sorting criterion, I create a new column with a header that describes the criterion and populate it with a formula that returns a 1 if the condition of interest is met for that row, or a 0 if it is not. For example, if I am doing this in column AA, I might enter
and copy it down to the end of the data. The resulting vector of 1s and 0s quickly re-identify data that meets that criterion even after subsequent resorting. It also makes locating data that meets multiple sorting criteria extremely simple. Essentially, I create a truth table.
Cell $AA$4 in the above example contains a "comparator" value I might wish to change at some point, which would change the subset of data the condition selects for.
Here's the first hard part:
For each data set, I need the ability to generate meaningful plots that includes separate series based on the criteria I have described. However, I also need to retain the ability to resort the data or change the comparator value without disrupting these plots. In other words, the plots must NOT change when the order of the data is changed, but MUST change to display the appropriate data when the comparator changes.
Here's the 2nd hard part:
Once I have this working for one data set, I need to be able to port it to other data sets (which are contained in other workbooks), so that I can compare equivalent plots from each. I also need to minimize the number of manual steps involved in doing so, to avoid human errors and excessive time consumption.
The only other possible complication I can think of at the moment is that, to this point, I have been inserting blank rows to isolate subsets that I do not wish to perform further sorting on from each other.
Right now I am angling toward VBA code that loops through the entire data set to generate base dynamic ranges using the column header row (row 1) as the names, and the entire column of data for the rangeloops through the truth table columns to generate "branch" row ranges for each of the sorting conditions,loops through the entire data set one more time to create "branch" ranges for each of the base ranges.
I could generate some code to accomplish a one-off solution for a given configuration of a single data set (provided there is not a list length limit in a chart series that I'd be violating)...but without a dynamic named range, I don't know how to get to something that would update appropriately. So in essence, I am still stuck at the dynamic range part of this.
I have trying to develop the following macro (see below) which bases adds a column on another worksheet based on a cell value, this part works. I then want to copy the formulas from the column to the left of the inserted column, and this where I am struggling.
I found a question posed by 'TBW MK' and tried to adapt that. I can't work out how to express which needs to be copied - currently shown as Range(), given that it is a variable
Sub New_World5() Sheets("Process").Activate Dim ColNo As Integer ColNo = Worksheets("Input").Range("H2").Value With Sheets("Process")
first time posting. Need some help. I have a workbook with two sheets - (say sheet A and sheet B) that I need to copy a range from and paste (concatonated) into a new workbook. The thing is I want to copy the "non-empty" cells in columns d and e of each sheet - another words - I dont want to specify a specific cell range because users will be periodically adding new rows. Then I want to paste the "combined" from both sheets into a new sheet in a new workbook.
Because of this, I can recieve non-sequential column numbers, simply based on where "X", "Y" or "Z" are in the sheet, which can be anywhere. I would like to select X_Column, Y_Column, and Z_Column and copy/paste to another sheet, hopefully without having to loop. I have a feeling that an answer refering to Named Ranges is coming, but I'm very green on the subject.
I would like to be able to count the amount of entries in column C and depending on the amount group them in either groups of 3 or 4, all names would be unique...so if there are 14 names in the list they would need to be grouped in to two groups of 4 and two groups of 3, if there were 19 then 4 groups of 4 and 1 group of 3 etc to a maximum 50 people, the results could appearon a seperate worksheet say pasted on to the worksheet starting with the groups of 3 (so paste a group of 3 then skip 3 rows then paste groups of 4 skip 2 rows, the row skipping is to allow seperation and manual entry of extra data). There will never be groups of 5 or more and never less than 3
Is it possible to re-size a non-contiguous range? I'm guessing "no", and a Google trawl hasn't provided me with anything.
Here's what I'm trying to do:
dim mult_rng as range dim rng2 as range
set mult_rng = range("A1:B1,D1:E1") set rng2 = mult_rng.resize(rowsize:=10) That is, my original range is comprised of non-contiguous cells in the same row. When re-sizing, I'm trying to increase the number of rows, but leave the columns the same.
Like I said, my gut instinct says that this isn't possible using the 'resize' property. Can anyone think of another method to use? My constraints are that the original mult_rng isn't always the same (and isn't always non-contiguous).
I want data to columns A, C and E, while I have important data in columns B and D. Should I make three queries? Should I make query and save the results to temporary place and then move all the results to those columns A, C and E?
Right now the copying happens like this:
If Not rsData.EOF Then rngTarget.CopyFromRecordset rsData Else MsgBox "No records returned.", vbCritical End If
So should I do 1) One query and move everything in the right places 2) Multiple queries 3) Something else
Does this depend a lot about how many results I expect? I'd say likely about 100, maybe less than 1500, never more than 10000
I use to have a macro that could copy formulas from non contiguous ranges and paste the values in the same cells. So for example, I could select a non contiguous range like B5:B10, E10:F12, and G1:G10. The macro would then copy and paste the values in those 3 ranges, so those 3 ranges would be values instead of formulas.
I think it worked by storing each range and then looping through each range to copy and paste special values.
Need code that will search non-contiguous range for first empty cell, paste data into found cell and data into offset cells and end search. If not empty, move to next cell in non-contiguous range. If NO empties are found in entire range, a msgbox.
I am trying to create a large range composed of smaller ranges. Some of these ranges may overlap so I want to make sure when I add cells to the range they don't already exist. I know how to make sure the same value doesn't exist in a range, but not the same cell.