Say i have a Worksheet named "gateway" or sometimes it will be "gateway (2)" (3) and so on. Is there a macro that i can call that in some ways calls the active worksheet and renames it to just "gateway" everytime?
I am having trouble renaming an active sheet from a Macro I stored in the personal.xls file. I want the active sheet to be renamed to "Data_Source" and then the rest of the code can kick in. Instead of renaming the current worksheet it creates a new one.
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 have recorded a macro to create a pivot table. I thought I had it so that it would create the pivot from the active worksheet only. But looking at the code, it is picking up the sheet name from the one I recorded it from
Code: Sub SalPiv() ' ' SalPiv Macro ' Macro recorded 20/06/2012 by imccormick
I find out a code to create a PDF (with opening the Save As dialog box) from an active worksheet, but I can't find out how to send this PDF by e-mail (Outlook). The code is working till the words 'Set OutApp'.
Just what I want is to send the active worksheet as PDF (as attachment) by email (Outlook). Here the present code.
Code: Sub SendPDF() ' ' SendPDF Macro ' Dim OutApp As Object Dim OutMail As Object Dim v As Variant v = Application.GetSaveAsFilename(Range("E2").Value, "PDF Files (*.pdf), *.pdf")
I need to get this macro to process the cells for every worksheet in a book rather than just the active one
Public Sub test() Dim Lr As Long, i As Long, x As Range, _ v1 As String, v2 As String, v3 As String Set x = ActiveSheet.Cells.Find("*", searchdirection:=xlPrevious) If x Is Nothing Then Exit Sub Lr = x.Row Application.ScreenUpdating = False For i = Lr To 1 Step -1 v1 = Cells(i, 2) v2 = Mid(Cells(i, 3), 1, 1) v3 = Cells(i, 4) If v1 "OP00" Or v2 "L" Or v3 "CC" Then Cells(i, 1).EntireRow.Delete Next Application.ScreenUpdating = True End Sub
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")............................
When I copy the tab and change some of the data within the cells, I want the macro refer to the chart on the current tab and the values in the current tab - as currently it refers to only "Chart 2" and the values in the tab 'Figure 2 - WE OPH'.
I've tried changing the sheet name to ActiveSheet.name but that doesn't seem to work.
I have a workbook that is a formatted report that I need to insert data from a name variable "CSV" file. I have created a macro in this workbook that calls an "Open" dialog for CSV files that I can use to browse to and open the source file. The macro then is supposed to "select all" copy and close the workbook then make the original workbook active and paste the data starting at row 2. The macro "seems" to be working perfectly except when I do the open the macro then makes the original workbook active, selects all copies then wants to close the original workbook. How can I tell the macro that the csv file that I just opened should be the active workbook, baring in mind that the name won't be known before the time it's opened so I can't hardcode the "active. workbook (NAME) "route.
I know I posted this same topic about a week ago but I went through the first 20 pages on the forum and couldt find it, i tried the search option and nothing came up. I have several worksheets in the same workbook. When I enter a number in one cell in work sheet A, I want the same number to show up in a given cell on work sheet B. How do I do this? I can make words move from one shet to the next but numbers dont seem to be the same.
I have created an excel worksheet that will provide budgeting and estimating tools for my project managers. All data used to be manual entry and took a good while to complete. I am trying to automate the process with VBA.
I created a UserForm called InfoVerify1. On that form I have TextBox 1 - 10. When the UF opens, the boxes display project information from my worksheet called "Basis of Estimate", also known as Sheet26.
The TextBox1 ControlSource is set to "E4". When I run the macro with Sheet26 active, the proper information fills in. However, when I am on the Start page or any other worksheet and I run the macro, it tries to fill in the text boxes with E4, etc, from the active sheet. I tried changing the ControlSource to "Sheet26,E4" or any combo thereof with only error messages.
how to get it to refer to a cell on a particular worksheet and hold to that worksheet no matter which sheet I am on at the time I run the Userform?
I would like the following code to be run for all those sheet/s that has a name = "single" (Not case sensitive neither an exact match) of my active workbook.
Code: Sub UIUIUI() Dim LR As Long, i As Long LR = Range("I" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row For i = 1 To LR With Range("I" & i) If .Offset(, -1).Value = 1 Then .Value = .Value & "-" End With Next i End Sub
I'm using Excel 2010. I have a workbook with only 1 worksheet in it and it will be sent to several people. I want that excel file to open in Full View when the end user opens it. Is this possible without any VBA codes?
I have an excel spreadsheet with two tabs.One called "menu" and one called "website" I want to put a button in tab one (menu) and assign a macro. I need the macro to run/output in sheet 2 (website) not in sheet 1 where the button is placed.
No matter what I do I can't figure it out. The macro always runs in the same sheet as the button.
I used the "record macro" and went through my data manipulation steps. But its not transferable to other worksheets because it imbedding the name of the worksheet in the some functions (sort, pivottable,...). How can I change the name of the worksheet to "activeworksheet"?
I have the following code as part of my macro. What I was wondering is a) Can anyone think of a way to shorten this? and b) I currently have this exact code copied 8 times, I did a find and replace to change 'if year = 2003 then' to the year 2010. What I would like is to have 1 code that will automatically change depending on the year the user inputs in a cell. (I should mention that 'Year' is a cell on my input sheet where the user types in the year they are currently working on and the macro automatically runs)
'2003 Sheets("Cash Crops").Select If Year = 2003 Then ' This copies the cash crop BPU's. ActiveSheet.Unprotect Workbooks.Open Filename:="F:xdataCAISCAIS spreadsheetsBPU's.xls" Application.Goto reference:="Cash03" Selection.Copy Windows(Filename).Activate ActiveWindow.SmallScroll Down:=21 Application.Goto reference:="CashCrops" ActiveSheet.Paste ActiveWindow.SmallScroll Down:=-30 Range("A2").Select Application.CutCopyMode = False ActiveSheet.Protect DrawingObjects:=True, Contents:=True, Scenarios:=True..............
in making this macro non case-sensitive. So when a user searches a company name in the worksheet they do not require to type in the company name exactly as it appears.
For example; when searching Microsoft they can type "microsoft" and the macro would take the user to Microsoft.
I would also like to know if it is possible to add a feature that keeps the search dialogue open so the user can search the next possible match. If the user was to type in "mirco" and the search would show the user any company name with the word micro in it.
Dim datatoFind Dim sheetCount As Integer Dim counter As Integer Dim currentSheet As Integer
I've been a somewhat casual Excel user and now need to do some VBA with a workbook that has several worksheets in it. In particular, the workbook has sheets that have been added "out of order", that is, the leftmost sheet is not the first one added to the book.
I need to write a VBA routine that looks "backward" from the current worksheet to "previous" sheets, i.e., sheets to the left of the current worksheet, but not to the right, so I can't refer to them as Sheet1, Sheet2, etc. and they actual display names that are not of that form anyway. I am aware of the "Worksheets" collection and the fact that I can "subscript" that to refer to the sheets in a left-to-right form.
I know that I can refer to the current sheet as "ActiveSheet" and I can determine properties like its name with "ActiveSheet.Name", but is it possible to find its index in the Worksheets collection? I'm looking for a function or property such that "ActiveSheet.Index" will allow me to refer to it as "Worksheets(Index)" and particularly to allow me to refer to preceding sheets as, e.g., "Worksheets(Index-1)".
If worse comes to worst, I can always cycle through the worksheets and check the name of each worksheet like this:
Sub Button1_Click() Dim index As Integer Dim strASName As String strASName = ActiveSheet.Name index = 0 Do index = index + 1 Loop Until Worksheets(index).Name = strASName MsgBox "Index of current worksheet is " & index End Sub
And while I'm at it, is it possible in Excel to rename a control like "Button1" to something more sensible and mnemonic, like "btnRecalculate" or whatever?
I have a chart that gets updated to show the desired reporting period by clicking a button to run some code which applies filtering to the source worksheet using a value selected from a drop down validation list on the chart worksheet. When the code runs, the source worksheet displays temporarily. How do I prevent this switching back and forth between the data and chart worksheets during code execution? Undoubtedly, there is a better way to code this.
Sub Chart_FilterPPM() Application.DisplayAlerts = False wk = Worksheets("Charts"). Range("D63") Worksheets("Leak Data").Activate With Worksheets("Leak Data") .AutoFilterMode = False .Range("Headings_LeakData").AutoFilter End With With Range("Headings_LeakData").AutoFilter Selection.AutoFilter Field:=2, Criteria1:=wk Selection.AutoFilter Field:=11, Criteria1:=">5000", Operator:=xlAnd End With Worksheets("Charts").Activate Application.DisplayAlerts = False End Sub
In my VBA macro, it copies data from this.workbook, and paste to another "destination" workbook. That destination workbook must be opened first before the macro is run.
Within the Macro code, I had to specify the exact name of the workbook which the data is pasted to.
The problem is that the exact name of that workbook which it paste to changes every week.
Is there any method where my macro can be changed and updated with the name of the destination workbook each week without manually opening and editing the code. The user of this.workbook is not technical enough to edit and maintain the macro each week
Using VBA, I am trying (without success) to copy the active worksheet of my workbook and save it in the current folder using a filename shown in cell A1. I only need to save values and formats. Any existing code (auto fit) contained withing the sheet would no longer be required. I get a VB project message relating to macros. I would anticipate saving as xlsx would deal with this but again, am at a loss.