I'm having a problem with getting a result from another workbook. The purpose is to extract information from a closed workbook representing data from a country (ie US.xlsm, UK.xlsm) into the open one (summary). I want to count the number of results in a column which are above a certain amount (in this case 100).
Which works no problem for getting the number of results in the E column above 100. my issue is that I want to be able to change the name of the country in a cell, and then get the results automatically from the relevant workbook. I've been using CONCATENATE for these purposes and EVAL (from MOREFUNC)... and I get #REF!
So if I split up the above coding into two cells "=" and "SUMPRODUCT(--(('C:address[US.xlsm]Worksheet name'!$E$2:$E$30000)>100))" (just to keep it simple) and then use CONCATENATE to combine them in a cell. Using EVAL on that cell gives me #REF!
I've tested SUMPRODUCT with EVAL and CONCATENATE on formulae like the one above which do not link to other workbooks, and they seem fine. and SUMPRODUCT and linking to a workbook also works fine in the first example.
So the problem is somehow coming from the combination of SUMPRODUCT, EVAL and accessing an external sheet.
I'm having concerning pulling data from a closed workbook by using a macro. I have tried Google to resolve the issue, but am only getting very basic results which do not apply to the situation I have (or, rather, I perhaps don't know how to edit this code in order to work in the way which I would like it to).
The above image is the main workbook, which I would like to insert the macro into. In cell A1 you can see that there is a filename location - this is the location of the closed secondary workbook which I would like to pull the data from. I would like the macro to take the location which is present in cell A1, copy cells A1:J5000 in the closed workbook, and then paste these into this workbook starting in A7 (i.e. A7:J5007). The reason that the filename location is present in A1 is due to the fact that this will be changing; however I would like the macro always to take the location which is shown in A1 (e.g. if A1 were to change from '... est00218_data.csv' to '... est00001_data.csv' then I would like the macro to take the data from the new location, test00001).
Following syntax is incorrect, what is wrong? This should happen: Select op a specific worksheet (named DATA) in the workbook Report.xls and I empty the contents
Then I try with a 'With' statement to read the contents of a file named "sourcedata.xls' with helds a worksheet named "source". The values in this sheet should be tranfered to the sheet DATA in the workbook "Report.xls"
Sub FetchDataFromClosedWorkbook() Dim FileName As String Dim SheetName As String Dim cellRange As String Const ReportPath = "C:ExcelReports" Windows("Report.xls").Activate Sheets("DATA").Select Cells.Select....................
I have a macro code which gets the file list from a folder i specify and puts it in to an excel sheet as a column. I have then made a drop down list from this so the user can select the file they want.
From this file i wish to copy the data on a sheet that i specify. For example the sheet "dump" from file FR7_19.11.2009.xls (which will be a closed workbook) and paste its content in to the sheet "dump" in Summary.xls
I have a macro which opens up the closed workbook FR7_19.11.2009.xls and copies the sheet "dump" and then creates a new sheet of the same name and content in my current workbook (Summary.xls). However when i wish to select a different file to load in to Summary.xls "dump" the formulas i have been calculating information from this sheet all come up with #!Ref errors. I know this is because the macro i use deletes the old dump sheet before re adding a new one containing new data.
I am therefore looking for a macro which will simply just copy and paste the data from any file i select in to a sheet named "dump" as the data is always set out the same in every file but the values are different. I assume this will then mean that any formulas i use relating to this "dump" sheet in Summary.xls will work because the sheet is no longer being deleted and re-added the data within it has just simply been copied over.
I tried using Dave Hawley's code, but I can't get it to work. It works if the source workbook is open, but I get all "#REF" results if the source workbook is closed. Sales Order Import is the target worksheet for the data, inside the open workbook where this code is located.
Set wks = Worksheets("Sales Order Import") With wks. Range("A56:Z100") .FormulaR1C1 = "=IF('C:DdriveMy DocumentsProjectManagementManagementReport[AU0009099.xls]Sheet1'!RC="""",NA(),'C:DdriveMy DocumentsProjectManagementManagementReport[AU0009099.xls]Sheet1'!RC)" 'Delete all Error cells On Error Resume Next '.SpecialCells(xlCellTypeFormulas, xlErrors).Clear On Error Goto 0 'Change all formulas to Values only .Value = .Value End With
The .SpecialCells line is commented out, because it error messages (that's my next problem to tackle).
I have a program that calls the regress function multiple times (sometimes more than 1,000) per run. With each call to the regress function, a new workbook is automatically opened. For each new workbook opened, I am storing the contents in a workbook array called Models so I can later sort the workbooks based on the value of R squared. The program often has to open and store hundreds of workbooks before the sorting can take place so as to consider every possibility. Once the sorting has completed, I close all of the open workbooks except for the two containing the largest value of R squared. Due to the massive amounts of workbooks getting opened and then later closed, it takes about 30-40 minutes to run my program.
I want to know if after a new workbook has been opened and its value stored in the Models array, can I immediately close it and then later open only the 20-30 workbooks I really need to speed up run time? This way I wouldn't have hundreds of workbooks open at one time. Here's some code to help:
'This function will run regression stats for all possible combinations of models 'with choose variables Private Sub Run_Stats( Combos, ByVal Size, R_Squared, Adj_R_Squared, Std_Dev, Cp_Stat, ByVal Dep_Var, ByVal NumIndepVar, ByVal Observations, ByVal Choose, Reg_Labels, ByVal Residual_Sum, Models)
I've been using the following code to bring in individual cell values from one closed workbook to an active one. I would like to modify this is possible to bring in multiple cells at once and also pull them into a different worksheet in the active workbook. Basically, my command button is on Sheet1 but I'd like the data to pull into a cell on Sheet2.
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() With Range("Q9") .Formula = "='C:Users[Workbook Name.xlsm]Worksheet Name'! N27" .Value = .Value End With
I have some vba that opens a closed workbook, copies data from a named range and then pastes it to the active workbook.
However, what is happening is that the closed workbook is opened and only part of the data is pasted. What I would prefer to happen is this:
Open the closed workbook-->copy the named range-->paste(append) to next empty cell in column B.
Heres the code that I have got.
Sub Workbook_test()Dim wb As Workbook Application.ScreenUpdating = False ' turn off the screen updating Set wb = Workbooks.Open("G:WAREHOUSEPlanningSmartNew Training Plan raining plan.xls", True, True)
I'm trying to Access data from an XL file without actually opening the file. In an XL spreadsheet I type in a cell: =VLOOKUP("A", 'C:[Book2.xls]Sheet1'!$A$1:$B$10,1) and get an answer without a problem. In VBA, I try the line of
Current = Application.VLookup("A", Range("'C:[Book2.xls]Sheet1'!$A$1:$B$10"), 1)
and get an error that says Method 'Range' of object '_Global' failed
Is there code that will take certain data from one Excel sheet to another named file in a different place on the network? Example Copy cell aa47 from "Recent Faxes.xls" that sits in "correspondence" folder. Then paste into cell B25 "Current Documentation.xls" in the "Sales Contacts" folder
I have a file which is having name as "Team data-11/23/2012" actually i have to create a file on daily basis except Saturday and Sunday. I need a macro which automatically runs from one file and saves the excel file on daily basis. and the file name should "team data - (today's date)". this file also should be created automatically. it means that macro should run automatically for every 24 hours.
I am trying to use this code to pull data from a closed workbook. The code will be in workbook Book1 and I will be pulling information from closed workbook Book3. I need to pull data from cells A1:A4 from Book3 and place it into Book1 on Sheet2 in cells A1:A4. I receive an "Subscript out of range error" on this line of code
I'm trying to retrieve data from a workbook that is currently closed. The formula below works only if the workbook containing the data is open. Is there a way to use the following formula to retrieve the data from a closed workbook?
I have created a excel program with two workbook. Workbook1 holds all the userform to add data Workbook2 is the database Basically I store all data to WorkBook2 through userforms in WorkBook1. So far to add data to database(WorkBook2) I open the workBook2 along with WorkBook1 and close it when I close the WorkBook1. and working perfectly.
Is there any way to put data into WorkBook2 without opening it. Application.Screenupdating is not not my choice.
I am looking for vba code to copy data from closed workbook. I searched below VBA code on google , but it copies all row from closed workbook. I need small modification in it. I want to copy only I,A,B,C,N,O,R,P,Q column from closed workbook to A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I column of active workbook respectively.
i get an excel file with dynamic data everyday. is there away i can use a macro on this file to store this dynamic data to a specfic closed workbook and add the data onto the old data in that workbook?
I am using the following code to import data from a closed workbook;
Code: Dim SaveDriveDir As String, MyPath As String Dim FName As Variant SaveDriveDir = CurDir MyPath = Application.DefaultFilePath 'or use "C:Data"
I'd like to modify it slightly so that it only imports data according to the following criteria;
The used range from A3 onwards but only if the row in column G shows 'Never' or the figure is 30 or more. If column G passes, (so neither of the criteria apply), then column J is checked for the same criteria and if so imported.
I want to add a button to my excel workbook that when pressed allows the user to browse to an excel file, once selected, the macro then looks for a specific sheet with a specific name and then copies some data (not entire sheet) into a sheet in the doc where the button was pressed.
I have 7 workbooks I would like to copy data from. The data in question is a sheet called "Accident Book" in each of the 7 workbooks.
I know how to copy the data, but how do I reference these 7 closed workbooks ? They are all in the same directory, but these are other files in there that I dont need, so I dont just want to point to the directory.
I have this code from Nimrod but can't get it working.
Sub GetValuesFromAClosedWorkbook(fPath As String, fName As String, sName, cellRange As String) With ActiveSheet.Range("A65536").End(xlUp) .FormulaArray = "='" & "\Bls36dc10WorkH&S" & "[" & Central 2004.xls & "]" _ & "Accident Book" & "'!" & range("A6") .Value = .Value End With End Sub
I actually want to copy data from A6:N6 down to the last row entry, then paste this into the next available row in the activesheet. I need to do this from 7 different workbooks.
I'm currently facing problem with double for loop in the previous vba ,extracting data from closed book. however, it uses only one for loop to extract all data. I need to extract lots of data from the book and thats why i double looped it to extract more data. however, i can only get the first line of data i can't extract any more data from then on.
Sub RunCodeOnAllXLSFiles() Dim lCount As Long Dim wbResults As Workbook Dim wbCodeBook As Workbook Dim rCell As Range Dim lCount2 As Long