Can't seem to attach sample Widgets.xls. I need a macro to take the heading (note heading not sheet name) from each worksheet on a workbook (or from a range of nominated worksheets in case I don't want to index the first or last few sheets) and use it as the Description for a Index entry on a nominated sheet e.g. Sheet named 'Index'. In addition that each Description is also a hyperlink back to the sheet with the heading. In this way users can click between each entry on the index to go to the sheet and then click on the heading on the sheet to go back to the index.
M21, M22 and M22-A BICYCLES1 Q21, Q22 and Q22-A BICYCLES2 R21, R22 and R22-A BICYCLES3
Taking this one step further I ideally want to save this workbook as a pdf and the hyperlinks to remain.
On exporting information from another database to excel the fields which are text in nature, these are always exported as with an apostrophe at the beginning of text into the excel cell. I can do nothing about this as the export to excel is a defined routine which i have no control over.
Unfortunately due to the amounts of data, I am handling 10,000 lines, the physical removal of this apostrophe at the beginning of the text in each cell is not a good way forward.
The apostrophe is to indicate it is a text string, I have tried edit find and replace looking for the apostrophe with no luck.
It is important for me to remove the apostrophe as it then allows the text which is in fact a hyperlink to be live
I have a problem where a client is asking to have an Excel Spreadsheet completely secured. In itself this is a relatively painless exercise, but the problem lies in the fact that the workbooks have a lot of cross-sheet navigation by way of internal Hyperlinks.
My first thought was to unlock the cells that contain the the Hyperlinks and then allow selecting unlocked cells in the sheet protection properties, but this has an adverse affect in that it means clicking anywhere on the page will execute the hyperlink as if you had clicked on it directly. This isn't going to be sufficient in this case.
The Hyperlinks are simply added to the cell itself, but there are a lot of them and this template may be processed and updated up to 1000 times a month, so I need something that can handle being automated. My only other thought is to hand the document over to Acrobat and PDF it to allow security, but automating PDF creation is testy at the best of times.
I'd like to be able to create a copy of a worksheet and maintain the relative hyperlinks within each worksheet. Currently, when I copy a worksheet, the hyperlink takes me back to the original worksheet.
I have a list of Hyperlinks in one column which have always a display name like:
Email Homepage Email Homepage etc.
Behind each Email or Homepage a Hyperlink is hidden. But for every Email address in my file the "text to display" is Email. find a macro which deletes all display names and shows me the hyperlink like this:
I am now trying to get the Index worksheet to extract data from the sheets that it has indexed, for example, it returns the sheet name, but i want it also to return the value that is contained in C2 and C3. Is this possible? I have attached the code which i am using below for ease of reference.
Private Sub Worksheet_Activate() Dim wSheet As Worksheet Dim l As Long l = 1 With Me .Columns(1).ClearContents .Cells(1, 1) = "INDEX" .Cells(1, 1).Name = "Index" End With For Each wSheet In Worksheets If wSheet.Name <> Me.Name Then l = l + 1 With wSheet .Range("A1").Name = "Start" & wSheet.Index...................................
I am trying to write a function in excel to use the worksheet function "small" In the vba immediate window it doesn't return anything and in the spreadshhet I get a # NAME? error when called in a cell the code is below.
Sub UseFunction() Dim myRange As Range Dim answer As Integer
Set myRange = Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A1:F6") answer = Application.WorksheetFunction.Small((myRange), 1) MsgBox answer End Sub
I have incorporated print/print-preview command buttons/VBA into a workbook with protected sheets. To enable these command buttons to function when the relevant sheet is protected, I have had to add VBA code to unprotect the sheet before generating the print preview, and then to protect it again afterwards. However, the code I have used (see below) prompts the user to enter the protection password, is there any code I can use where I can write the password into the code itself to unprotect the worksheet without the using having to enter the password?
I have a workbook with about 12 worksheets within it. I am trying to input a button on worksheet 3 that when pushed would activate worksheet 12. Basically the same as if you clicked on the tab at the bottom of the screen called worksheet 12.
I realise that you have to create a button which Ive done. However I cannot seem to figure out the proper macro code to get the button to change the current worksheet when its pushed.
I've got 3 sheets, A, B, and C. In sheet C, I have a cell named "element". That cell can have either the letter A or the letter B in it. In my VB code, I want to reference the sheet which correlates with the "element" cell. So,
when the user clicks my "go" button, it calls this logic, and I want the worksheet that correleates to the letter in the cell in worksheet C - to open.
The reason for my posting - this is not working, and may not even be possible. Perhaps someone has experience in this and knows how to do it - or knows a different way to do this.
how to use VBA to write a formula in one sheet that refers to a fixed cell on the sheet to the right. The referenced sheet may have different names and it may be in a different order (i.e. not Sheet(2)) but it will always be one sheet to the right. I just want to have cell A1=(cell B2 one sheet to the right).
I have searched the FAQ's but have not found a suitable answer to my problem. I have some code that works perfectly when it is run from the VB Editor but when I put it behind a command button it gives me an error almost straight away. I have read that when a command button is used the command button defaults the active sheet to the one that it is one therefore you always have to specify the active sheet but I have done this so am still confused as to why it is falling over. Below is my code, I have commented where it is tripping:
Sub FormattingAcutalReport() Workbooks.Open Filename:="H:Risk ReportingDaily TemplatesMF Consolidated Risk DAILY LIVE DATA FROM BO.xls" Workbooks.Open Filename:="H:Risk ReportingDaily TemplatesDaily Non Banks LIVE.xls" Dim myBorders() As Variant, item As Variant Set SEGNSEG = Workbooks("Todays Reports.xls").Worksheets("Seg and Non Seg Bank Summary")............................
I have a macro (Photo_Hyperlinks2) that creates a hyperlink for every file found from a specific folder in Column A of Sheet 1.
The rest of Sheet 1 is my long version of doing what I want the macro to do... place the hyperlinks at the right spot. Sheet "Checksheet" makes a hyperlink of the already made hyperlinks (from Sheet 1) ONLY if the hyperlink in Sheet 1 is found. Same goes for the hyperlinks (1), (2), (3), and (4).
I really want to get rid of having to create a Sheet 1. I'm pretty sure there's a way to tell a macro to place the hyperlinks that contain "id" and/or "est" on the right row number in sheet Checksheet, and that if that row (in Checksheet Sheet) contains a (1) -(4), put it in the right cell, while also ommiting the first part of the name (ex: from 123445E(1) to (1)) ; I can live without that part if it can't be done.
Sheet "Checklist Using C-G Columns" shows the hidden columns not seen in Sheet "Checklist". Those manually inputed numbers are there mainly to tell that if more than 1 of the cells on the row are filled out, then to create a new row below it, and to continue the hyperlinking with (5), (6)... etc.
The final product is supposed to look like Sheet "Ideal Checksheet", except that ideally links (5)... etc. should work, and columns C-G are hidden again.
I currently have a macro that uploads information on a daily basis for hours worked on campaigns per employee. It then converts the data into a pivot table where it uses relative references to copy the total from the bottom and paste them on to another worksheet. I am now trying to use hyperlinks to link the total back to the pivot table. With daily updates though, the data is constantly being pushed down and is located in a new cell each time. How can I get a hyperlink to work for an area thats constantly changing?
I've got a worksheet_selectionchange macro on a sheet, and another macro that you can run after it. The issue is that when the second macro runs, it also runs the selectionchange macro, and wipes some of the info that the second macro should be copying.
Is there a piece of code that I can use in the second macro to block the selectionchance code from running until it's compelte?
I have a large spreadsheet that has thousands of hyperlinks that I would like to check periodically to make sure they are up to date. I have found dozens of examples of VBA code that will do this for me and seemingly very clear instructions on how to do it (for example this), but haven't yet been able to successfully run anything in my spreadsheet. It either doesn't do anything, or I get an error message of a bad file name.
I have a spreadsheet and within the first sheet there are lots of hyperlinks to other cells within sheet 1 (my template).
I have made a small macro which very basically makes a copy of sheet 1 (my template)
The hyperlinks in the template are explicit and as they are copied to sheet two, they still reference back to cells in sheet 1. I need the hyperlinks to be relative, so that when I make a copy of the template the hyperlinks are copied and make reference to cells in the new sheet. I cannot work out how this should be done
The issue is the I want to put the condition here in my the code that only copies the desired cells if the sheet is named specifically such as "Jan", if not named as this the worksheet should not be used. The current code I am using was posted on this site in 2009: VBA to copy specified cells from all the files in a folder
My modified code is:
Option Explicit Public strSourceFldr As String Public EachFile As Object Public objFSO As Object Public objFolder As Object Public objFile As Object Public strSheetName As String
I am trying to further automate the process of formatting my financial statements and am hoping someone might get me on the right track here. Currently I create 2 sheets, one called "MMM YYYY" (i.e. month year) and another called "General Ledger".
The process I am currently doing manually is creating a link between each line item on the financial statement and its GL account information on the General Ledger tab.
The description of each line item on the financial statement (the MMM YYYY tab) matches the GL account description on the General Ledger tab with the exception that the GL account description starts with the GL account number and then the description.
For example the "Utilities" line item on the financial statement needs to link to a line on the General Ledger tab that is "7071-45 Utilities".
In my mind I see the macro saying go to the next line and read what it says. Now go to the General Ledger tab and look for something that says the same thing excluding any preceeding numbers and make a hyperlink.
If it helps, I've uploaded a sample of one of the statements as I currently do them with the hyperlinks already set up. There are not any macros in this spreadsheet. If you'd like to take a look at it, you can get it here: ....
I tried to learn VBA about 4years ago, so my knowledge as died. I hope this question has not come up before, i did do a search before. I wish to create a new hyperlink based on a activecell eg. A1=SN0001 then hyperlink will be SN0001. Only thing i can remember how to do is record marco, but ofcourse copying the cell will return a hardcoded value.
I am attempting to write an Excel macro that will be stored in a file called MacroFile. The purpose of the macro is to
1. Follow a hyperlink to an Excel file saved in a SharePoint type enviroment 2. Save the file to my laptop directory My Documents.
Below is the code I have written. The code is following the hyperlink and saving a file but is the focus file is incorrect.
Here is what happens:
1. Open up MacroFile and run macro 2. Hyperlinked file LinkedFile_1.xls is opened 3. File NewFile_1 is saved but contains the info from MacroFile 4. Hyperlinked file LinkedFile_2.xls is opened 5. File NewFile_2 is saved but contains the info from LinkedFile_1 6. Hyperlinked file LinkedFile_3.xls is opened 7. File NewFile_3 is saved but contains the info from LinkedFile_2
The files created are named correctly but have the wrong data in them. I need to know how to control which file is considered ActiveWorkbook.
I have a spreadsheet with two modules. In an effort to reduce the file size of an archive, I’d like to remove some of the code (i.e., Module1). I have a macro that attempts to do this.
There are three parts to the operation. The first removes Module1; the second Quits the application; the third saves the changes. If I run each of these operations separately, it works fine. However, I’d like to do this with only one macro (SKK4). For some reason, it does not remove the Module. Here is my test Sub skk1() ThisWorkbook.VBProject.VBComponents.Remove_ ThisWorkbook.VBProject.VBComponents("Module1") End Sub
Sub skk2() Application.Quit End Sub
Sub skk3() ThisWorkbook.Close SaveChanges:=True End Sub