I have code to open another workbook and run a specific macro. I plan to then take that and copy it over to my workbook.
The problem I am encountering is when I run this macro, at the end of the code, a form/msg pops up stating it is complete. This then automatically stops my code from running (from my original workbook). How do I close this form in order to keep my code running?
The macro I am working on will ask the user if they wish to transfer data to one of two Forms, held in two separate worksheets. The worksheet names are Record Form Games 3583 & Record Form PE 3581. The msgbox will ask "Is the data being transferred to Record Form 3583?" If Yes the sheet "Record Form Games 3583" will be set as the sheet as the one to transfer data to. If no "Record Form PE 3581" will be the destination sheet. This is what I have so far:
Sub Do_Admin() Dim Record_Form As Worksheet Msg = "Is the data being transferred to Record Form 3583?" ans = MsgBox(Msg, vbYesNo) If ans = vbYes Then Set Record_Form = Sheets(Sheet"Record Form Games 3583") End Sub
i have an excel file which tracks break time. The program works by logging in the start time of break and the log out time of the break of every employee. What I would like to do is to have a prompt if the user immediately logs out at an early time. Say if the user's start time break is 1:00 PM, if he happens to log out immediately, he should be given a prompt that he can only log out after 25 of his total 30 minute breaktime. Thus he can only log out at 1:26 PM.
My code below currently logs in and logs out the time but without the prompt i would like to have.
I am trying to build a macro that will search a column for the word "TEST" and when it finds that word it needs to prompt the user with a YesNo message box (or something similar) if they would like to delete the entire row that contains TEST. If Yes is selected, it should delete the row and continue on to find the next TEST in the column and repeat this process. If the user selects No, it should continue on to find the next TEST in the column and repeat this process.
I have created a macro, but running the macro will replace the data that are already in the cells. So what I would like to do is to have a pop-up window come up when clicking the macro button asking if you really would like to proceed
I do not know if I have this written correctly, I would like to have the sub - Retro run whenever some one opens this worksheet - "FORM". The retro is also suppose to test cell H12 to see if it is blank before running the msgbox.
I have created a workbook that mostly works with VBA codes. Within the code I have ensured that certain worksheets remain hidden. However, I have also written a macro to access what I called the ADMIN worksheet, which has several commands enabling updates and troubleshooting. Long story short, I would ideally like to prevent users from accessing that worksheet. I have already created a prompt (Msgbox) asking the user if he/she wishes to proceed with the macro but I would prefer being able to have a password prompt to run the macro.
when sending an email in code from Excel through Outlook, the following Microsoft Office Outlook dialog appears during code execution in Office releases since 2002:
A Program is trying to automatically send e-mail on your behalf. Do you want to allow this? If this is unexpected, it may be a virus and you should choose "No".
Two buttons: [Yes] [No]
Has anyone used or developed code that bypasses this prompt, and if so, would you please post an example of your code here. What I would like is a macro in VBA and / or API that you know from your own first-hand experience has worked for you, that emails an Excel attachment from Excel, using Outlook (not Outlook Express) as the email client, which bypasses the above prompt.....................
I have used the following Macro that deletes the Macro code. It then saves the file and quits excel.
************************************* Sub removeAllCode() Dim awi Dim awcl As Integer Dim count As Integer Dim i As Integer 'loop counter On Error Resume Next count = ActiveWorkbook.VBProject.VBComponents.count For i = 1 To count Set awi = ActiveWorkbook.VBProject.VBComponents.Item(i) awcl = awi.CodeModule.CountOfLines awi.CodeModule.DeleteLines 1, awcl Next i Set awi = Nothing ThisWorkbook.Save Application.Quit End Sub *************************************
However when I open the Excel File, I still get the Macro Prompt. I have checked in Macro list as well as in VB Editor and no Macro code exists
If I have the file manually (or do a save as) and then reopen the file, I no longer get the Macro prompt.
I have tried various examples listed in different forums/sites but nothing works.
I am dealing with several very large spreadsheets using VBA to do various things. I found that my code worked well, but was taking a long time to run. The biggest time consumer was my use of the AutoFilter features. I have since turned calculations to manual before my code runs and set it back to auto when my code is done running. What are the potential consequences of my turning calculations to manual and then back to auto?
Basically, in the "Thisworkbook" code , i have some code in the Workbook_BeforeClose section. Currently , it autosaves the workbook in a folder i have specified.
However, i need to add some code.I want to check that a certain cell has a value in it before the user closes the workbook, and if the cell is empty, show a messagebox asking him to enter a value.
I know how to get a messagebox to pop up, the only thing is once the user clicks the OK button, i need the rest of the code execution to pause, allowing him to make the change then if he clicks the "X" (top right of the screen) to close the file or application, the filesave dialog appears and he can then save the document.
how to go about this because at the moment when user clicks ok, the messagebox just disappears and filesave dialog appears and he doesn't have a chance to edit the cell.
This is bizarre - over the last year or so, on two machines (one Win98SE/Off2K, the other Win2KSP4/Off2K3), very occasionally a change I've made to Excel/VBA code has been ignored (eg to add a MSGBOX call) - even after I've restarted Excel. The workaround is to add a blank line and remove it again in the actual code module, but its both annoying and intriguing,
I have written some code intended to automatically clear a cell when data appears in it from an external source. In one spreadsheet, it seems to work exactly as expected, ie when the cell is polulated, it immediately clears the contents. In another spreadsheet, with exactly the same code, it will not automatically clear. If I put it in debug mode and step through it line by line, then it does do as expected but otherwise it won't.
I have used a code to find the character "-" and replace it with nothing ("") from several named worksheets across my workbook, which OzGrid helped me with before, and it worked fine. Now I've added the code into my module (at the bottom) it doesn't work. The rest of the code works fine, and it doesn't come up with any errors when I run it, but it just seems to ignore the 'find and replace' part of it.
Dim fromSheet As Object Set fromSheet = Worksheets(1) Dim fromRow As Integer Dim toRow As Integer Dim lastRow As Integer Dim errCount As Integer Dim thisSectionName As String Dim i As Integer ' loop counter Dim rng As Range 'found range Dim emptyCellAbove As Range Dim rng1 As Range Dim arng1 As String 'Address of 1st hit rng1 Dim ws(7) As String Dim ii As Integer '2ND LOOP COUNTER Dim iii As Integer '3rd Loop Counter
I'm trying to create a spreadsheet that uses one cell to enter a dollar amount and stores the amount entered in another cell. But I would like the input cell be zero after each entry, and the cell storing the amounts to keep a running total.
Attached is an example of the program. The purpose of this program is to allow someone with very little knowledge about the information to enter data. The first tab labeled "Instructions" is will have two macros assigned to the buttons at the bottom of the page. The first macro labeled "Move Data" will move data will clear data in the shaded cell on the "Entry Form" sheet and fill those cells in with '----. The second macro labeled "Generate and Save" will save a master copy of the program, save a historical copy of the program by date, and print/save a pdf copy of the "Reports" sheet.
Each one of the historical (the last 8 sheets of the program) sheet receives data from the "Entry Form" and then moves the data by date into the table for archiving purposes.
If you look at the code for the "Entry Form". I have a couple of subs. The first being Worksheet_change. the first section of this code is to force certain cells to be uppercase. This part of the code is working fine. The second part of the code is the Dim MyValues. This part is working fine also, but...
My issue is... When I run the move data macro from the "Instructions" sheet the Dim MyValues reads these as changes to the cells and wants to push the data to the historical sheets.
What I would like is an IF Statement above the Dim MyValues part of this code that stops the Dim MyValue part of the code running if those values are blank, 0, or have '---- entered into them.
I have placed the code I am using below. It takes values from a hidden sheet (PACTAct) and places them on a visible sheet (Email). The code moves between the two.
It works at the minute by unhiding the PACTAct sheet then at the end re-hiding it. However I don't want the user to see this sheet whilst the vba is running. Is there a way I can simply refer to the worksheet without unhiding it?
I have a macro, that basically runs a sub routine to count down say for example 1 min, at which time the workbook closes. However if the user opens one of the forms I would like to turn off the background timer macro. How can I do this with code? Is there code that does the opposite of 'application.run'?