I'm looking for a macro or VBA code that can copy the header/footer and apply them to other worksheets. I have found code to copy to all worksheets but I only want the next two worksheets to have the copied header/footer and not copy to all the worksheets.
I have 6 worksheets the first 3 are schedules, the only thing that will be changed in the header/footer will be work periods. example 12/20/09-01/20/10, all other info will be the same. Is there another way to change the dates without having to open each one and manually changing the date.
I want to write a macro code for header and footer in MSEXCEL so that when printing command is given, it prints the header and footer already given in macro. No one print should come without header & Footer already given in macro.I tried but not working properly.
Sub InsertHeaderFooter() ' inserts the same header/footer in all worksheets Dim ws As Worksheet
All I want is to generate a word document with built in word header and footer (header and footer style name is "alphabet") based on the values which i mention in excel(path,word file name and header content.
Is there any way in excel 2007 to define a standard header and footer on the first sheet and use the same header and footer for all the remaining sheets within the workbook (same font and style as in first page).
Since I have around 25 sheets within the workbook i cannot do formatting and copy paste all the time. This will save my time alot.
I have this fairly extensive code that puts a person's address in the footer when printed. It works fine except that if their zip code starts with a 0 it is dropped. I thought I could easily add some formatting code to fix it. I guess not. The code in red below is what I tried, but instead of fixing it, I now get a "False" in my footer.
With ActiveSheet .PageSetup.CenterFooter = "&""Times New Roman,regular""&12 " _ & Format(Workbooks("Reports to Go....xlsm").Worksheets("Office Information").Range("d10").Text) _ & " - " & Format(Workbooks("Reports to Go....xlsm").Worksheets("Office Information").Range("d11").Text) _
I should mention, the referenced cells are in a different workbook than the one this code is in.
Ive created a simple VBA code thats suppose to insert a header and footer. The header works but the footer doesn't. Does it matter that my footer is in "Quotes"? I would like for it to say Page of Page so the footer will say 1 of 4! I feel like its something simple just not sure...
Code: With ActiveSheet.PageSetup .CenterHeader = "HSIS Phone Bill" .CenterFooter = "Page &[Page] of &[Pages]"
I would like to reference Cell values in my header/footer. I currently have the following code:
The problem im having is that i would like to have multiple lines in my header/footer. Eg. i would like cell A1 to be displayed on the top left, and A2 displayed on the top left, but below the A1 value.
This may seem like an odd request for help, and there may be other options that I am unaware of but....
I am looking to maintain a top header row and a bottom footer row. The sheet is 300 rows deep and If I put a freeze pane or split, the header or footer ends up scrolling off of the viewable screen.
The header range is A1:G6 The footer range is A301:G304. I am looking for 2 sub()'s. The first will check the DATA range A7:G300 and hide all empty rows between the header and footer ranges. The worksheet will display lets say 23 rows of data if the user needs to enter data in a new row I would like them to be able to run a macro that will hide the first data row and unhide the first empty data row below the last row that is not empty (in the data range), and a second macro that would do just the reverse. If there were any hidden rows at the top of the data range, the first hidden row above the first unhidden row would be unhidden, and the last row of the data range would then become a hidden row.
In essence it would allow the user to scroll through the data range and never loose sight of the header range & footer range.
I have a workbook that is setup with headers and footers. To the right, left, and below the worksheet there are other pages greyed out pages that are not being used. Is there a way to change the view and potentially remove these "other sheets?"
I'm trying to append a date variable to the end of headers for let's say 3 worksheets in a workbook. Each worksheet has a different string value, and I want to add a date variable at the end.
For example, sheet1, sheet2, and sheet3 says "Country Analysis", "Regional Analysis", and "State Analysis", respectively. I want to add the month and date to that so it would say something like "Country Analysis December 2007" for Sheet1, without hard coding it. Essentially, loop through however many worksheets and add a date variable at the end of each header on the left side.
I know how to get the date variable (format(date, "MMMM YYYY")) and the code behind the headers.
Before printing ANY workbook, I want the user to have the option of adding a footer.
To start out with, here is the code I have:
Sub Workbook_BeforePrint(Cancel As Boolean) 'When you click 'Print', this module asks if you want to add a footer. 'The one it adds by default is: Path & filename, worksheet name, date. 'Unfortunately custom button text is not available, so Yes means add to 'current sheet, No means no, and Cancel means add to all sheets in workbook.
Dim answer$ Dim sheet As Worksheet
If ActiveSheet.PageSetup.LeftFooter = "" Then 'if there isn't a footer already answer = MsgBox("Do you want to add a footer?" & vbCrLf & "Yes - this sheet only, Cancel - all sheets", vbYesNoCancel)
This works just fine if I put it in the ThisWorkbook section of a workbook. The problem is I can't get to work for any old workbook. If I put it in personal.xls, nothing happens when the user clicks print.
I need to create a dynamic range based on cell between a header and footer cell. The header cell ( A8 ) will remain static, however, the footer cell starts at A10 and then will move down as rows are added.
This sounds like a daft question I know but I have searched the forum but not found an answer despite finding a lot about footers. How do I include a formatted variable value in my printed footer? I have a function that gives me the file creation date and I need that in the footer but formatted 8pt Arial Bold. I have no problem inserting a formatted fixed string.
I have a workbook with many sheets of similar but not identical data. I need to extract columns from each sheet based on 5 header criteria and paste them to a single sheet. Each worksheet contains these 5 criteria.
I've been working with the VBA script I've pasted below. It's grabbing the 5 column criteria that I have in sheet 12, and comparing them to sheet 1 in the workbook, then copying them to sheet 12. This much is good, but I need the script to also return the data from the other worksheets as well. I've tried modifying the script based on other loop functions in other scripts I've found, but I'm not having any luck.
I'm trying to get my macro to paste the header row along with the data it's pulling. The code works without the ActiveSheet.Paste portion, but i want to be able to add that in somewhere. Here's the Sub DataCreate() Dim lstrw As Long, x As Long, y As Long, c As Range, fnd As String Dim nxtrw As Long, dest As Worksheet, ws As Integer, caddress As String Dim destwb As Workbook, srcwb As Workbook, src As Worksheet, src2 As Worksheet
Set srcwb = ActiveWorkbook Set src = srcwb.Sheets("CUSTOMER ID") 'Change sheet name ot fit the sheet that has your list of unique ids
Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual lstrw = src.Cells(Rows.Count, "a").End(xlUp).Row For x = lstrw To 2 Step -1 fnd = src.Cells(x, 1) Workbooks.Add.SaveAs fnd & ".xls" Set destwb = Workbooks(fnd & ".xls") Set dest = destwb.Sheets("sheet1") For ws = 1 To 1 Set src2 = srcwb.Sheets(ws) If WorksheetFunction.CountIf(src2.Range("b:b"), fnd) Then With src2 With .Range("b:b") Set c = .Find(what:=fnd, after:=.Cells(1, 1),
I've got a basic handle on the application/use of macros, & personally use them for cleaning up data exported from a very very old as400esq application.
My problem is that i have managed to clean up all the blank data & piffle, but Im stupped by the header part of the text dump.
Heres an example; A B C D E F -------------------Header A------------- 1 3 john 50 piano 4 1 Bill 25 horn 6 5 Ted 60 trumpet -------------------Header B------------- 3 3 Phil 71 Cello 1 1 James 83 Viola 3 2 Earnie 62 Violin
I basically want to rid the header rows from the spreadsheet & drop the header description (Header A/ Header B) into column F for all those items below until you get to the next header.
I will admit I am a neophyte when it comes to VBA - I am JUST opening the book (never had to program before). I am trying to figure out how to create a VBA macro that will, with the click of the button, save the data in my worksheet (minus the header line) into a CSV file.
I can export the data I have into a CSV file the normal way, but I DONT want the header line included. And instead of manually removing it each time, Id like to just be able to export it, then send it to the DBA for integration.
How would a code look like to select a range with a column header on top. in the code you provided, it selected the entire W column. How would you select the range given that the W column was called Address?