I experimented with a simple macro in a worksheet template, but decided not to keep it and deleted the macro. However whenever I add the template to the workbook, it still asks about the macro and whether or not I want to enable it. When I go back to tools/macro to delete it, there is NO macro that shows up in the dialog box. Why is the workbook still asking me to enable a macro I deleted?
I have tried to record this but I cannot get it to work? On the tab “Add & Delete” cell “L17” I have a drop down list that is a list of the policy numbers from the “Data” tab.
What I am trying to do is assign a macro that searches column “J” on the “Data” tab based on the “L17” content on the Tab “Add & Delete” when it finds the data it then clears the contents of that entire row.
I'm using following code to delete some image called "Dev_Graph"
Sub Del_Graph() ' ' Del_Graph Macro Sheets("Report").Unprotect Password:="1234" ActiveSheet.Shapes.Range(Array("Dev_Graph")).Select Selection.Delete Range("B11").Select Sheets("Report").Protect Password:="1234" End Sub
the problem is, If i run this macro when there is no Image, i got a error msg.
I have a large file of data and the data looks like this repetitively, however, there are also useless data. But I figure out that the repeat data looks the same compare to the useless data. I need to extract the data that I only need. Is there a way to set a macro to search for a String from the beginning of the excel file, when the string is found, it will keep the 2 rows above and 56 row below it, then loop.
Here is an example of it:
A1 USELESS DATA A2 USELESS DATA A3 USELESS DATA A4 USELESS DATA A5 GOOD DATA
The macro will start from A1 then go down till find STRING, then will keep 2 row above it which is A5+56 row below it which is A63.
Then continue at A64, then find STRING at A66 and do the same which is copy A64 (2 row above)+till A122 (which is 56 row below), then continue.
Since A123 to A155 does have any STRING, they will all be deleted..
I have a huge spreadsheet that I want to be able to sort through and delete the unwanted rows. I want to do a search for anything in column C that equals 2225 including the next row after and delete the rest. Here is an example...
Attached is a sample data set. If all the positive and matching negative entries are located and removed, there are 4 remaining entries. The only pertinent columns are A through J, the columns after that are where my fiddling is occurring.
First you have to highlight all the data (including the control columns to the right). Then, my macro sorts the data by the absolute value (found in column O), allowing the formulas in N to then properly mark all negative entries with an "X and all the ones that now have a matching positive entry directly below it with an "X".
Then my macro hides all the fields with an "X" in column N. There is a macro called "CLEANSE" that does this, but only hides the rows. I keep messing up when I try to delete them entirely.
Can someone correct my macro so it will properly delete the rows with an "X" in the N column, or suggest a better macro that will scan the E column and flag matching positive/negative numbers and delete them without my control columns N and O?
I have 2 command buttons on a sheet, one of which I would like to upgrade to delete the other, as well as itself, upon completing the rest of its functions. That's right, normal VBA isn't fun enough anymore, I want kamikaze suicidal code that wipes itself off the face of the earth.
My colleagues are... less than comfortable with VBA. I use it to produce some of the forms which I send to them, and if I could delete the code automatically after running, I'd save myself some time and/or save them some confusion.
I am trying to find a macro that deletes a row that does not contain a given word or string.
For example, if a row does not contain the string -> then delete it or even better select and move all such rows to another worksheet so that the main worksheet is left only with rows containing the string.
I have recorded a macro to copy a worksheet, perform some operations on the copy then delete the copied worksheet. My problem is that when running the macro I get a dialog box asking me if I am sure that I want to delete the sheet and I need to press OK. How can I get the macro to say it is OK to delete the sheet?
The last line of my macro is ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.Delete. I have tried things like:- ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.Delete = TRUE