Macro To Query Column For Date If Found Place Text In Cell
Aug 30, 2012
I am trying to make a macro that will query a column J4 for a date, if the date is found say "Wednesday, July 4, 2012" (J8) get the text from Column K8 "Independence Day" and insert the text in Cell (H1).
The Macro Prints sign in sheets with the date in H2, it only prints Monday through friday. Then skips the weekend and the next date will start the following Monday.
The Federal Holiday schedule is in column range J (Date) and K (Holiday)
I am trying to clean up and simplify my macros by compartmentalizing frequently repeated commands. I like to search for text in column headings and define the cell containing it as a range that I can later use .column or .row commands on, so my macros are a bit more flexible. The code I currently use for this is
Dim XColumn As Range ‘the cell containing the text “X” Cells.Select Selection.Find(What:="X", After:=ActiveCell, LookIn:=xlFormulas, _ LookAt:=xlPart, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlNext, _ MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False).Activate Set XColumn = ActiveCell
I would like to be able to create a Macro (possibly name FindSetCell()) that will accept arguments and achieve the results of the above code in other macros I think the command might look something like FindSetCell(“text to be searched for”,”name of newly Defined Range”) But I have not figured out how to code it
Cell B4 is selected by user and then runs the macro. The macro then looks UP (A3, A2, A1 etc) cell by cell until it finds the first cell that has a valid date in it and if that date is same as the date that the macro is being run pastes "This Text" into the comments section (Not replacing everything in the comments but simply adding to it.)
2/20/2009 (empty cell) Dave Jonathan Steve
2/21/2009 James Sally Tyler (empty cell) John Betty
Need the query parameters which takes the date from the cell into the query. How should I modify my query if it needs to take the date from a cell?? The bold one date should be picked from one of the cell in sheet 2.
My query is this WEB 1 http://fc-web-phl1-101.phl1:8090/gp/...runReport.y=12
I have a long column of info as below. I want to extract (the name changes)- "SEAPORT TWN" etc and also "01.30" and place into separate columns say G and H at the next available cell.
** SWITCHLIST FOR TRAIN---Grain Spec -East DEPARTURE TIME from WESTTOWN is 01:00 TOWN STOP---SEAPRT TWN Arriving at 01:30
PICKUPS Terminal Shipping Burl North 460020 GRAINCAR empty Elevator Co. Ltd. Terminal Shipping Sante Fe 100396 GRAINCAR empty Elevator Co. Ltd. Train should leave this town with 2 car(s) TOWN STOP---PRARIE TWN Arriving at 02:00
SETOUTS Elevator Co. Ltd. Burl North 460020 GRAINCAR Grn w/Wht Lttrs -4 Bay Elevator Co. Ltd. Sante Fe 100396 GRAINCAR Maroon w/Wht Ltr -3 Bay 1/05/2007 8:57:52 a.m. ...............................
I am after a macro to do the following, my visual basic skills are very limited (non existant):- Look at the date in cell A1 on Sheet 'Live Report' and err 'remember it' Copy a range of cells from A3 to A10 on 'Live Report' Go to sheet 'Monthly Summary' and find the date that had been remembered previously (this date will be in column A on 'Monthly Summary' which will probably be a mixture of values and formulas). After the date has been found paste special and transpose the 'values only' copied range from 'Live Report' (A3 to A10) in column B on 'Monthly Summary' next to the date that has been found in Column A.
I import data from web forms via Excel Web Query which has dates in the US format. I would like to convert them to the uk format. Unfortunately, unlike other data import functions in excel, web query doesn't seem to have an option to choose that. Also after asking the forum via this post, I figured that I cannot use a formula to do this, and need a macro. I recorded a macro which exports text to columns where I choose MDY function to convert the date.
However, the macro doesn't convert the bottom part of the blank cell for some reason. The macro did not work in either modified or untouched versions. When I actuallly do it through excel buttons, it works.
I'm writing some code where I need to know the column in which a specifc text string occurs. Because of the nature of the sheet, the string will only appear in one column, but that could be in almost any column on the worksheet.
For example say the text string is "Year 1", I need to find the column with this string, and then offset down to a predetermined row, or offset over to the appropriate column (something like below).
With Selection .Offset(0, x).Select If List.Selected(0) = True Then y = i - 1 With Selection .Value = Salary * Inflation1 ^ y End With Else
My goal on the form is simply that when you click the check-box, it will highlight the cell green and place the date in the cell comment, and then clear the comment and color when unchecked.
I have been successful with the exception that I can only place text in the comment, but not a date stamp or even a reference to a hidden cell. I accomplished a date stamp command on a button with "Sheets("Sheet1").Range("Q5").Value = Date" but am unable to do this in a comment.
Below is what I have currently. I know it is not clean to look at, but that is how I found it and didn't want to create more variables for troubleshooting
Private Sub CheckBox1_Change() Sheets("Sheet1").Range("Q4").ClearComments Sheets("Sheet1").Range("Q4").Interior.Color = RGB(255, 255, 255)
I came across a couple results that seemed promising, but the code seemed to have a different syntax and I couldn't make it work with my VBA newbie skill level (started yesterday).
I have two workbooks, one a database that accumulates data over time, and the other a monthly report that needs to be populated based on information from the database. When moving data between the two, the following works fine (snipped a lot for ease of reading):
My userform has text that corresponds to my spreadsheet header. I would like to replace the text with a textbox so my headers are variable. code that will allow me to enter my text so when I click enter
I am trying to set up a spreadsheet in Excel 2003 that pulls data from a lot of different websites and formats it all for me. I have managed to do this with a few websites but there are two which I'm having problems with.
This is the table I am trying to get, but when I do a manual web query and select the table and click OK, it says that no data has been found.
In coloumn A have either Yes or No down to line 1000, In coloumn B I have email addresses down to line 1000. What I want to achieve is in cell C1 have all the email addresses concatenated together that have a Yes value in column A next to it.
I would like a macro to order the columns as per the hardcoded list. If the column is not found than add the column at the position as per the hardcoded list. Below macro does the first part of re-ordering however if the column is not found how do I add an empty column:
Sub Reorder_Columns() Dim ColOrder As Variant, i As Integer, Found As Range ColOrder = Array("LogicalFileName", "LogicalFilePath", "UploadedDate", "UploadedBy",
I’m working in Excel ’03 with a large table. I’m hoping to run a macro against a cell with value ‘X’ whenever that value is found within a particular column. I’d like this to be relative and not tied to a particular column so I can tweak it as needed down the road and run it against different columns.
In the example below, lets say I’m working with column B. I’d like something that would go through every cell in the column and run a macro when it comes across a particular value. Let’s say this value is x.
__A B C D E F 1 a x a a a x 2 b a b b b a 3 c x c c c c 4 f f f x f f 5 s s s a s s 6 g x g g g x 7 a a a a a a 8 s s s s s s
So, in my example, the macro would be run on B1, B3, and B6. And, if I wanted to go back in later, I could run this on column D and the macro would run on cell D4.
I have a simple macro that copies data from worksheet to another. I only want this macro to be run once per day by the user. One of the cells that gets copied is the value found in the formula "=today()". My thought is that the macro could look for the existance of the current date in the pasted data (meaning the macro has already been run once today), and if the date = today, then a message pops up warning the user that the macro has already been run once today, and ask if they're sure they want to continue.
Any easy way to accomplish what I'm attempting to do? The current date gets pasted into a worksheet name "PriorDay" in cell C5.
I have the following macro which I've pieced together which works great at clearing the cell as long as the text entered by the user is found in the specified column.
Unfortunately I'm a big rookie with this stuff and I can't figure out how to handle the process/error when an entered value is not found. When ChosenRow returns with a 0 I get a Run time error '91', Object Variable or With Block variable not set.
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() oldSheet$ = ActiveSheet.Name Dim ChosenRow As Long Dim loc As Variant Application. ScreenUpdating = False With UserForm4 loc = .TextBox1.Text End With With ActiveWorkbook Sheets("Reference").Select End With
on one sheet we have a summary of the main list, which includes totals of money recieved, totals of all the different sources (ie, where they heard about us from), the totals of the frequencies they pay (ie, how many donate monthly, quarterly...) ... etc. on the next sheet we have the "main" list of donors, their IDs, amounts, frequency, source ...
the totals on the first sheet are updated manually, but i want to change that as there are a great number of errors.
find a way to place a value of 1 (or a text "email sent: mm/dd/yy") in a specific cell on each row when an email is sent out through some VBA code I currently have. Then when the workbook is opened on another day, the code will look to see if that cell (target) is populated so that it doesn't trigger a second, third (repetitive) email every time the workbook is opened.
The spreadsheet contains rows of many clients, and growing every week. The code needs to be designed to search through each row, along a specific column (lets suppose column R beginning at row 7). When it finds the target rows blank, the code will turn each target cell red, as well as trigger a message box alerting that follow-up action is required.