Macro To Hide The Columns That Contains Date < Today
Jan 29, 2010
My spread sheet is a church offering register that is used to record weekly contributions. Column A contains the names of the individual contributors. Columns B through BA are used to record the weekly contributions for each of the 52 weeks of the year. Row 1 of columns B through BA contains the Sunday date MM/DD/YYYY.
I would like to have a macro that would scan those cells looking for a date < today. If that condition is true, I would like to hide that column. When date = today or date > today the macro can end. The goal is to have display the current week's column immediately following Column A.
I'm trying to create a workbook which has dates in column B, starting with row 10. I'd like to have a code which will hide the rows if the date is less than today upon workbook open. This would need to apply to worksheet1 only.
Hi All, I want to set up a macro that will input a date stamp for the working day before this one. I have to input the status of dozens of meeting rooms everyday and the checksheets that I work from are from the previous working day (So on a Monday, I want the Macro to enter Friday's date). I wanted to create a quick macro to save myself the hassle of entering the date for every entry and obviously, if I incorporate the TODAY() function it will update every time I open the workbook and give me the wrong date.
I've been checking related threads and can't seem to find either a VB code or a function that'll enable me to do this (I haven't looked particularly hard as I'm at work ).
I am trying to compare a row of dates (row 1) and need to compare to today and write future under dates in the future. I am doing this in VBA, it is part of a bigger macro. This is the outcome I am looking for:
I've been using the following code and would like to add another IF that checks the value of a cell to see if it holds today's date.
Code: If Range("E" & CStr(LSearchRow)).Value "Closed" Then If Range("E" & CStr(LSearchRow)).Value "Closed w/o Customer Confirm" Then 'Select SR in Sheet to update Range("B" & CStr(LSearchRow)).Select
I tried to modify it to...
Code: If Range("E" & CStr(LSearchRow)).Value "Closed" Then If Range("E" & CStr(LSearchRow)).Value "Closed w/o Customer Confirm" Then If Range("AK" & CStr(LSearchRow)).Value "=today()" Then 'Select SR in Sheet to update
I've tried a couple of other things but no success
I have a spreadsheet that is updated monthly. THe spreadsheet has a column for each month of the year, plus other columns. I would only like to display the current month and all past months - with the future months being hid from view. SO each time the user opened the file all headers with future dates will be hidden from view. I only would like to see the past months and other other no date column information. Is this possible to do in excel?
I have a spreadsheet with a number of sheets two of which contain tables with many columns with a date heading, I would like a means for the user to select a range of dates and for the spreadsheet to automatically hide any columns that don't fall within this range.
I need some VBA code to hide columns if they are outside of a specified date range.
- the worksheet i need to run this VBA on is named 'Summary' - Columns A to G need to remain un-hidden at all times - from H17 to ZZ17 i have every month of the relevant years listed (all there chronologically) - D3 holds the 'Date From' variable - D4 holds the 'Date To' variable
I need to show hidden columns based on the date I entered. For example, if I entered "1/1/1990" on a1 as the starting date and "4/30/1990" on b1 as the ending date. I want Excel to show the columns that are covered by the date, thus it shows Jan, Feb, March and April. How do I do that? Here's an example attachment. In here Sheet 1 is the starting point, the highlighted cells is where I enter the date. the Result sheet shows what I want Excel to show me when I have a date entered.
I am building a sheet to display deadlines (rows) by project (columns). I would like to have it automatically hide the rows and columns based on the date of the deadline. If the deadline is today or 1 week from today the associated rows and columns should be visible, otherwise, I would like to hide them.
My table is A1:N9, with A1 being a blank, row names A2:A9, and column names B1:N1.
I have created this macro (below) in a standalone spreadsheet and the expected results are that Columns A,B,C,D,G,H will be displayed after I run the macro.
But when I use the same macro in my production worksheet (columns and ranges adjusted accordingly) this macro creates the following results: Column A is displayed and all the rest are hidden (B,C,D,E,F,G,H). I am stumped as to why this occurs. Can you advice me as to how to get this macro to work and display A,B,C,D,G,H ?
Hide Columns based on Date value in cell (Worksheet Change event)Looking for a worksheet_change event macro that will automatically hide columns based on a value in cell S3. S3 is a data validation pick list of months based on the 1st day of each (e.g. 1/1/2014, 2/1/2014, 3/1/2014, etc.). I have date columns in row 6 from columns T through AQ. These values are 1/1/2014 (T6), 2/1/2104 (U6), 3/1/2014 (V6)....12/1/2015 (AQ6). I would like to hide columns that have a date in row 6 (T6:AQ6) that is LESS THAN (<) the date in S3 after the cell is value is changed.
I have data going in to a small table which has some empty rows as that data is not yet available... My problem is, I need to sort this table in date order but with the date nearest to today's date at the top...
The sort function puts oldest at the top or oldest at the bottom which is no good for what I need...
I have written a macro to hide any column (within a range of columns) that has an 'x' in it. By putting the 'x' in the column, it allows the allows the user to choose what columns they want to hide. I have an inverse macro as well that unhides those hidden columns.
These macros work perfectly in Excel 2003, but they do not work in Excel 2007. In Excel 2007 I get a compile error: can't find project or library. As a note, all other macros in my spreadsheet (Module 1) work.
I need hide/show some column by using Macro Button. I have attached the excel sheet( name VBA testing.xls). I need to hide column K,L,N,O & visible column G,H by clicking button "Plan A".Similarly i need to hide the column G,H,N,O & unhide the column K,L by clicking the button "Plant 2. Similarly by clicking the Button "Plant 3", hiding the column G,H,K,L are needed whereas column N,O will be unhide.
I have a simple macro that I have been using to hide columns in a very large spreadsheet. Essentially, the user has access to buttons that allow him to choose between a variety of the most commonly used views. For some reason, when I add columns and adjust the code to hide/reveal these columns, I get:
"Run-time error '1004' - Unable to set the Hidden property of the range class"
with the Debugger highlighting the code for "BO:DC". This problem occurs for several of the similar buttons, including toggle buttons, that hide/reveal columns. I am aware that custom views can be created in the drop-down menu, but I wanted to keep these buttons on the sheet as a quick means of moving from view to view and toggling columns between hidden and revealed.