I'm adding a new macro and getting the error message Compile Error:Invalid outside procedure. I'm using the following code
Dim wSheet As Worksheet
On Error Resume Next
For Each wSheet In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets
Set Tble_Array = .Range(Tble_Array.Address)
vFound = WorksheetFunction.VLookup _
(Look_Value, Tble_Array, _
If Not IsEmpty(vFound) Then Exit For
Set Tble_Array = Nothing
VLOOKAllSheets = vFound
I have Compile error coming up when I try to run Sub DeleteRecord on Sheet 2. It brings me to the VBE with sheet 1 code brought up and the Compile Error showing, with the xlup portion of the code highlighted. I okay the error and it highlights the Sub DeleteRecord on Sheet 2 with a yellow arrow.
Sheet 1 code as follows:
Dim y As Long y = Range("A65536").End(xlUp).Row Range("A1").AutoFill Destination:=Range("A1:A" & y), Type:=xlFillDefault Range("J1").AutoFill Destination:=Range("J1:J" & y), Type:=xlFillDefault Range("K1").AutoFill Destination:=Range("K1:K" & y), Type:=xlFillDefault Range("L1").AutoFill Destination:=Range("L1:L" & y), Type:=xlFillDefault Range("M1").AutoFill Destination:=Range("M1:M" & y), Type:=xlFillDefault Range("N1").AutoFill Destination:=Range("N1:N" & y), Type:=xlFillDefault Range("O1").AutoFill Destination:=Range("O1:O" & y), Type:=xlFillDefault Range("P1").AutoFill Destination:=Range("P1:P" & y), Type:=xlFillDefault
I create and load a commandbar, prior to loading it I attempt to check if it exists, then delete it, and recreate.
I dont understand why this seemed to work for months and now creates an error. It appears that every now and then the created commandbar is not created when I open a file. Thats when the error pops up. I can manually run the Create_Bar sub and it will be fine, for a while.
Run-time error '5': Invalid procedure call or argument
This section is in my personal.xls file in "ThisWorkBook" of personal.xls.
I am getting an invalid procedure call when the portion of the code that has the ASC function runs. The only change I made to the workbook was to increase the available rows that this macro is totaling from 150 to 300. If I don't increase the rows I do not get the error.
What this code is doing is grouping information from 20 different sheets and totaling them and placing the total in the correct group. Most of the totals will begin with a number, however there will be a small amount that will begin with a letter. The items with letters need to be grouped in the 17000 category.
Dim c As Range Dim rng As Range Set rng = Range(Cells(3, "R"), Cells(lastrow, "R")) For Each c In rng
If c < 20 Then c.Offset(0, 1) = "01000" If (c > 19) * (c < 26) Then c.Offset(0, 1) = "02000" If (c > 25) * (c < 161) Then c.Offset(0, 1) = "02600" If c > 159 Then c.Offset(0, 1) = WorksheetFunction.Text(c, "000") & "00" If Asc(Left(c, 1)) > 58 Then c.Offset(0, 1) = "17000" If c > 170 Then c.Offset(0, 1) = "18000" Next c
The only way my code currently works is if Excel has just been launched. The VBA creates, saves and modify's files so I imagine it has something to do with the ThisWorkbook object when a file is being saved or closed. I have googled the error but didn't really get anywhere as it is pretty generic and seems to be returned for a number of Excel products.
When I step-through my code below, it always opens the first file in the directory "C:Pyramid Files", but when it comes back to the Pyramid Files sub after fully processing the first file via various other subs, the VB Editor apparently doesn't like something about this line: StrFile = Dir(), since it quits after "snapping-back" to the previous sub Initialize(). I have also tried StrFile = Dir, but that doesn't work either. I did Dim Strfile in the General Declarations. When I set Watches for Dir and Dir(), I get the value "Invalid procedure call or argument" for both, as if the directory function lost the value. I can't determine why this is happening.
VB: Dim WSM As Worksheet, WSB As Worksheet, WS1 As Worksheet, [U]StrFile As String[/U], StrDirectory As String, ClientCode As String Dim Filename As String, LastRowb As Long, LastColB As Integer, LastRow1 As Integer, NextRowC As Integer, x As Integer, y As Integer
Code: Function fn1(ByVal a, ByVal i, ByVal e, ByVal N, ByVal w, ByVal ta) Pi = Application.WorksheetFunction.Pi mhu = 398600 vpp = (mhu / Math.Sqr(mhu * a * (1 - e ^ 2))) * (-Math.Sin(ta * Pi / 180)) fn1 = 2 * vpp End Function
Is it something to do with the mypath syntax? Recently our drives have been reorganised. I used to just use "G:Surveys..." which always worked. Does anyone have any thoughts? I hope I've explained properly - you can probably tell I don't know much about this sort of thing.
I am running into a Procedure too large error when running my macro. My macro is designed to replace a cell value with another cell value in a list. When the cell value is replaced a vlookup brings in new data to my workboook. Then the macro refreshes all the pivot tables and saves the workbork. I want my macro to repeat the above 60 times, so I have copied the code 60 times and changed the ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 to point to the next value in my list. (Is there another way to select the next value from the list without changing the Row and Column number?) This is where my macro fails.
Below is my code.
VB: Sheets("Data").Select Range("B2").Select [COLOR=#FF0000] ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "=RC" ' AGC GRP_ID[/COLOR] Sheets("Ship pivot and cum triangle").Select ActiveSheet.PivotTables("PivotTable4").RefreshTable Application.DisplayAlerts = False
I am looking for a more efficient way to write a macro (a sample from the macro is below). This is just the first part of the macro. I need to repeat these same steps (seen for row 5 below) for rows 5 to 50. My script worked until I hit row 35 and then I got the "compile error.." message. There must be a way to use "loop" to write this more efficiently, no?
I am trying to get a combo box to work, but keep encountering the error "Invalid Property Value."
When the combobox entry is deleted and the user moves to the next text box in the userform, this error pops up which is very annoying. It also pops up when the word entered doesn't match, like it is supposed to.
I have MatchRequired set to True, because I want an error message to come up, but with my own error message like " That name doesn't exist, please try again ".
I can't figure out a way to ignore the "Invalid Property Value." error message, and show my own customized message.
I have a code for userform login. The users will enter their user name, password, and role and then click on submit. The user names, password and roles are given in the sheet "user access".
Now the problem is if a user enters a wrong user name which is not on the sheet "user access", it gives a msg stating invalid username. And if I click ok it is showing a run time error. Is there a way to stop showing this run time error and just show the invalid username msg box alone.
I have got a UserForm which pulls data from Excel sheet and show it on UserForm.
UserForm1 has One ListBox name "ListBox1" and Thirteen TextBox's.
TextBoxBatch...... Showing Batch number TextBox1 ........... Showing Year 1 data TextBox2.............Showing Year 2 data TextBox3...............Showing Year 3 data . . . . TextBox12...........Showing Year 12 data
It shows data correctly in UserForm1 for TextBoxBatch and TextBox1 to TextBox9 but when it reaches TextBox10 it give error "Could not get Column property, Invalid argument"
And it does not show data in TextBox10 (Year 10), TextBox11 (Year 11), and TextBox12 (Year 12).
I'm trying to create a userform with a combobox wherein items that will be provided in it will be based on the worksheet named NA. When i try to change the Rowsource on the properties of the combobox i'm getting an error "could not set the rowsource property. Invalid property value". Do I need to declare the name of the worksheet before changing the rowsource?
I created a form that my employees could use to log their work. When I toggle between the combobox and the qtytextbox I get an "invalid property value" error that debugs to the line of code that opens the userform. I have no idea how to fix this. The spreadsheet has a button that shows the userform. This code is:
Private Sub rectangle1_click() If frmLCWork.Visible = False Then frmLCWork.Show Exit Sub End Sub
The userform has a combobox for employees to select the completed "task", a quantity textbox and then an "add to log" button. The form code is:
Option Explicit Private Sub cmdAdd_Click() Dim sStep As String Dim Row As Long 'check for a task If Trim(Me.cbxTask.Value) = "" Then Me.cbxTask.SetFocus MsgBox "Please specify which task you completed." Exit Sub End If....................
I've written an Excel (using 2007, compatibility mode to 2003) app for our stock control. Basically it's a protected stock sheet which the user adds/removes stock via a form.
When the user runs the form the following code loops through the stock list header adding item names to a combo box. Problem is I get a run-time error if there's more than 60+ items but while the error always occurs, it happens at different places in additems.
I have written the following VBA Script but am getting an error message saying -> "Compile Error. Invalid Next control variable reference".
Sub Form1() 'Change Yes/No Dim bottomT1 As Integer bottomT1 = Sheets("Data Sheet").Range("T" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row Dim bottomP2 As Integer bottomP2 = Sheets("Follow-Up").Range("P" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row Dim bottomO2 As Integer bottomO2 = Sheets("Follow-Up").Range("O" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row