I have an existing macro that copies a worksheet and pastes it into another workbook, renames it and then attaches it to an email. My problem is that it pastes just the values. I need it to paste part of the original worksheet as values and part copy the formulas. So on the new workbook Columns A through F will be values only and G through Z will copy the formulas.
I have a macro that pastes formulas as values on specific pages (("CTY EME", "Int Center", " Total SW dist cost", "Int, pubs & oth", "Total". Is there a way to compress the macro ie with the sheet names?
'To delete delivery address lines if 1st line empty If IsEmpty(Range("deliver_line1")) _ Then Sheets(1).Range("deliver_rows").EntireRow.Delete 'No End If required as only one action as a result of the If
A spreadsheet based on my template has been sent to me because the macro won't run properly. When I try to run the macro I get a Runtime Error '1004' Method 'Range' of object '_Global' failed on the following line. Columns("A:E") = Columns("A:E").Value.
How pasting values/formulas only works. I have a spreadsheet I've been using to record product sales, commission, shipping etc. It currently has three pages of records. But now I have a new spreadsheet I want to use with basically the same 'look' as the old one (same columns, entries per sheet, etc) but using better formulas. I don't want to manually input all the data from the old one and I thought I could copy all the cells from the old one and then paste values only into the new one. But when I do that, it pastes the values but also deletes the formulas in the new one. So then I thought I could copy all the cells from the new and paste only formulas into the old one but then it deletes all the values in the old one. Is this what is supposed to happen? And if so, is there a way to achieve what I want?
Sub import() On Error Resume Next Dim wb As Workbook Dim c As Range Dim rngTo As Range
For Each c In Range("D1:D10").Cells Set wb = Workbooks.Open(Filename:=c.Value) With Workbooks("DigitalTicketMaster.xls"). Sheets("All") Set rngTo = .Range("A" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0) End With wb.Sheets("Combined").Range("A2:C100").Copy rngTo wb.Close ............................................. we have a change on our sheet, make it easy for our guys. Column A, is the date. Today 6/29.
They enter it once at the top, and it pastes for them automatically (a simple cell = $E$1)
But now, when I use the macro, it pastes over the formula that I don't want nor need, and have to call the second macro for. But then everything in that column shoes E1 on my new sheet, which is not the date... and each sheet changes dates, so I can't just have the date all the same.
What can I do in my original code to still make it loop, pull all my pages that I tell it to, but paste values only?
Would it be possible, in my loop, to highlight my cells, on that sheet... A2:C100, copy them, paste themselves right onto themselves, as values only, then copy over to my new sheet?
In the sample worksheet, I need VB code to copy the formulas in column D, to paste them as values in the same cells (without removing autofilter by clicking on menu Data>Filter>Autofilter, then edit>copy>paste special>values).
in the sample worksheet, I need help with a VB code to copy the formulas in column D, to paste them as values in the same cells (without removing autofilter by clicking on menu Data>Filter>Autofilter, then edit>copy>paste special>values).
I am trying with no progress to join these parts of code to shorter part - to obtain formulas in format = 1 234 (for 1'123,342) in one. note, it is running after Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual . It will makes my code much easier to read.
I have about 10 rows of data that have columns of information describing computer hardware and pricing. There are 10 rows, because each row represents a different country and different tax rates and pricing changes per country. So each column of a row has a specific formula to calculate information for that row's country information. All these 10 rows of formulas are kept as a reference at the bottom of the sheet.
At the top of the sheet I need to have a drop down menu to choose a country and then it will automatically copy and paste the row of that country to the current row at the top.
Is there any easy copy/paste macro for such a thing?
I have below code which pin out numbers from IBAN in Column P. Its formulas run by macro. It works fine. But what i really need is that instead of putting the formula in the cell, is that it compare the value from the formula, with the excisting value , in each cell . And it mark the cells where there are a difference with yellow colour I have been thinking how to do this but cant really work it out. If some have a better solution its ok but i need a macro for it.
have a look at below code, which change the cell and correct the error, but which i want just to compare the values.
I have never written a macro and when I record one I usually have trouble with the relative references.
I am trying to write a macro to transform formulas into values every month.
I want to transform formulas:
- across a range of tabs: each tab is exactly alike and is named page-1 to page 25 - on a different column every month (same column across all tabs) - on the same rows: L168 to L227 and L266 to L277 (same rows across all tabs)
I am creating a Macro to convert formulas to values on a Datasheet after each entry from a form (worksheet) is carried over. Since each entry will go on a separate row I created formulas to give the new datas location. I just can't get the syntax correct for it to run.
Sub Convert_Formulas_to_Values() Range("Reviews!$B$202").Value: Range("Reviews!$AF$202").Value.Select Selection.Copy[code]....
The macro below will copy another tab and rename it based on the formula results in a a range, and this works perfectly. However, I also want it to take that value that was used to rename the sheet and paste(value) into the corresponding sheet in the range B8:M8. The code that I have so far is below, but I'm not sure how to tackle this second part.
Sub CopyTemplate() ' ' CopyTemplate Macro ' Dim rcell As Range Dim Sheet1 As Worksheet Set sheet1 = ActiveSheet
I have been using the following code but need help in editing it.
Sub PasteValues() Dim cl As Range ColRef = InputBox("Insert Column Range - Paste Formulas to Values") For Each cl In Range(ColRef & "1:" & ColRef & Range(ColRef & "5000").End(xlUp).Row) cl = cl.Value Next cl End Sub I want it to do the same thing by pasting values throughout a column, but I need it to skip cells if column A is empty.
I have attempted to edit the code by implementing previous code written for the opposite situation where a formula is pasted only if data exists in A, but was unable to get it to work. Here is that code.
Sub CentralDivision() Dim ws As Worksheet Dim strCol As String Dim Cell As Range, Rng As Range
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Set ws = Worksheets("CENTRAL DIVISION-2007")
strCol = InputBox("Entrer the column you want the formula in please.", "ENTER THE COLUMN", "Your Column Here")................
I have the attached macro that runs goes through files in a folder and "flattens" (removes formula to make them values) and deletes a worksheet.
I was wondering if the macro can flatten only a specified range in the "Master assignment sheet".
I want the macro to only paste/values in range B1:E4500 and G1:G4500.
Code: Sub Modify_Files() 'Opens all files in the current folder. 'Unprotects Master assignment sheet and transforms all formulas to values. 'Deletes sheet Zip codes. Dim Filename As String Dim WB As Workbook
I am looking for a macro that will copy a worksheet to a new workbook and 'paste as values only' - this is because I already have a macro that I am trying to use to 'autofilter' the sheet to only show rows and colums that have entries in them. Since the sheet is dynamic, the macro will not work unless I copy and paste as values only...
Workbook attached - FYI, the 2 sheets in the workbook are actually in 2 separate books, I have just put them together to make it easier to post here...
I have a little bit of problem with lookup function. When i paste values from another worksheet (paste special, values) in a cell which is lookup value i get #N/A. These values are numbers. When i put '7 for example i get the values i want from lookup table. I have a lot of these cells and its tedious job to put ' in front of every value. Is there a quicker solution?
I need a macro that will take the values that are in the far right cells and move them to an area on the left. the columns they will be pulling from are the IU & IV column starting with row 2 down to row 460. from there I need the values to be pasted into the D & E Columns starting at row 6. The two columns IU & IV are a date and a task for that date. When they are pasted into the columns D&E they will need to be sorted by dates (or just all of the blanks removed), with the soonest occurrence at the top. The reason for pasting values is because I have formulas pulling the tasks and dates off of another sheet. The last thing is that the macro needs to be triggered by the information in cell c2, when that cell is changed the formulas go to work and everything in cells IU & IV update. That is when I would like the macro to kick in and work the miracle.
I have been trying to build a colony of formulas that could do it, but I have given up, then I tried to make an array index it for me, but that wasn't working for me either.
I have 9 worksheets in a book with sheets 1-8 used for data entry, and sheet 9 used for a weekly data upload. Sheets 1-8 are all formatted the same, they just represent different vendors. I need a macro to look through column F (invoice number) on sheets 1-8 and see if the value of each cell already appears in column c on sheet 9. If the value is not found and the row value for column M (sheets 1-8) is >0, I need to copy the data from columns D:K and paste special values into the next blank row on sheet 9.
Basically I'm trying to see if I've already paid an invoice, and if not then I need to automatically add the data for payment. I've tried to mess around with a VBA code myself and ended up with a migraine every time. I've also tried to use the advanced filter, but the cell values I need to copy over contain formulas and conditional formatting...not to mention I can't delete the data on sheet 9 that has already been added.
I often need to use Paste Special... Values, using Excel 2003. So I recorded a Macro into "Personal.xls" and assigned a shortcut key combination "CTRL-Shift-V" so that it would always be available. I first select one or more cells and hit CTRL-C to copy to clipboard, click on another cell, then hit CTRL-Shift-V to run the following macro: Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False
It often works . . . and it often fails. When it is working it seems to keep working over and over. When it is failing it keeps failing. So it is almost as if there are two "modes" of operation, which for lack of terms, for this post I will coin the terms "fail mode" and "fixed mode". Once I am in one of the two modes, it stays there for a while. When it is in the "fail mode", I always get the dreaded: Run-time error 1004: "Pastespecial method of Range class failed".
Since this problem is very intermittent, I believe this is why there are so many posts in the Internet about this, and so many people are replying back "it works fine for me". I have seen many solutions offered but none work so far for just a simple shortcut key to do a PasteSpecial :Values. Some solutions "work" . . . such as adding the PasteSpecial button to the Toolbar, or pressing ALT-E-S-V <Enter> - but both of these bring up the Paste Special dialog box which I want to avoid. I spent days trying the many solutions offered but so far all I have found is a trick to convert Excel from "fail mode" to "fixed mode". The trick is to add a line to the macro to first do a "Paste Special: Format: