Multiple Rows - Show Sum At The End Of Every Print Page
Nov 16, 2012
I have an Excel sheet with several thousand rows. Now I want to create a report using this Excel file such that when I print the Excel File it must be limited to a specific number of row for instance 100 rows per page and at the bottom of that page I want Excel to display the sum of the above 100 rows for one single column. If I do this manually it would take hours therefore I want either a Macro for this or some shortcut to achieve what I am looking for.
I have a sheet that changes the number of columns based on data from other sheets. This is the only sheet in the workbook that I will print out every day. I have it set right now to fit all columns on one page, however sometimes this will result in the bottom 1/3rd of the sheet not being used. If I use fit all rows on one page, then some of the columns will get cut off. Is there a way to scale in both directions? My guess is there is not, but I thought I would ask because it would work great for me if I could.
I have a TAB Named: Sheet18. I already set up the Header rows to print at the top of every page. Now I need to know how to set up to print the Footer at the Bottom of every-page the footer is A4804:Z4806, i need this rows printed at the bottom of every page when i print.
I have a report that shows 3 lines for each item. Is there a way to group sets of 3 rows together so they print on the same page so that it would insert a page break either before or after each set of 3 rows, not between them.
I'm trying to print populated rows from 5 different worksheets. I can get them to print out onto 5 different sheets of A4 but would ideally like them to print underneath each other (continous and use less paper) as some times one sheet may only have one populated row.
Application. ScreenUpdating = False Dim printer1 As Range Dim printer2 As Range Dim printer3 As Range Dim printer4 As Range Dim printer5 As Range
Sheets("xxxx").Select Set printer1 = ActiveSheet.Range("a9", Range("i65536").End(xlUp))
Sheets("xxxx").Select Set printer2 = ActiveSheet.Range("a7", Range("i65536").End(xlUp))
I am trying to set up excel sheets for documents that we print often. I would like to print them with page numbers in right footer that increases sequentially.
setting up a macro. But very time I print it starts from same number instead of the number after where I left off. Example: if I print today with page numbers 1 through 12, next time I want it to print number 13 through whatever no of copies printed.
Here is the code I copied from one of the threads here:
I need the page number in right footer and also the macro to save the last number printed.
I have a workbook that has a single sheet in it, in cell G2 I want to insert a page number where if I print of multiple copies on the first sheet it will say 1, the second 2, the third 3 and so on and so forth.
I have a single page spreadsheet. I want to print multiple copies and have a unique invoice number on each page printed in cell O1. I don't want to just send it to the printer as individual print jobs. I would like to send it to print as a pdf in a single 100 page document or if not a pdf then just as a multiple page document.
For example first print run would start at number 1001 and last numbered page is 1101.
I need a macro that will print a hidden page that is linked to the page I have active.
It needs to be able to find the correct hidden page that corresponds to the active page because there are multilple pairs of the hidden/visible pages. The name of the hidden page is the same as the visible one with "printout" added to the end. When created, the sheet code names are sheetn and sheetm; n and m being consecutive numbers.
I am working with the attached sheet and it is made up of groups of rows that alternate with a 6 digit NAICS code (industry code) then an aggregation of those codes into a more general 3 digit NAICS. I need to have the row with the 3 digit NAICS code calculate a number that multiplies a column called "% of industry" by several columns of of numbers and then sums the result into a cell in that 3 digit NAICS row. Different groupings have different numbers of rows. I would like to know if there is a 1 cell formula that can achieve this and be easily copied down the sheet to the other 3 digit NAICS rows.
You can see in row 37 this formula being executed for a simple 2 row aggregation. But that would take forever to replicate down the sheet, especially for the larger aggregations.
An example for row 32 that achieves the desired result and could be easily copied down the sheet.
The file consists of 3 sheets:Orders,Order Form PO1 & Purchase Order. When I mark "x" in the row that I want to print, Order Form PO1 will be displayed with all data in the specific columns. However, it only allows me to select one row at a time. Now, I want to select multiple rows so that it will pass the data to the sheet Purchase Order.
I'm trying to create a formula (used in sheet 2 column B) that would generate the results in sheet2.B based on the contents of sheet 1. sheet2.B2 would contain a formula searching for the both "Y" in sheet1.C and the text in sheet2.A2 (in this case "E&P"). When each match is found, the contents of sheet1.A should be returned to sheet2.B, as shown in the mockup. There will be multiple matches (at least 15-20) for each search criteria, and I don't know how many there will be ahead of time.
I've tried various formulas, and they either have incorrect syntax and return every row in a range, or only return the first match correct match each time instead of all correct matches. I found some UDFs posted online that claim to do this, but I've gotten them into the spreadsheet and they generate # NUM errors. I would prefer to work with Excel-native formulas if possible, because I'm going to eventually hand this off to someone else to maintain and they may not have the level of expertise to deal with UDFs.
I am trying to hide/show entire rows of a range based on the conditional formatting in the row. I want all rows with at least one overdue training cell (indicated by a red cell) displayed, and rows with no overdue training hidden. The conditional formatting formulas vary greatly, but always result in a white (unchanged), yellow, or red cell. Here is a sample picture for reference:
The CF formulas vary based mostly on two major factors: the frequency of the requirement found in Column "C" (Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual, or Annual Requirement), and the personnel's arrival on site or date of departure (wheels up) found in Rows("3:4"). Each training class has two rows. The first row indicates the last time the class was completed, and the second row shows when it is due next. Both rows have to be displayed/hidden based on the second row's conditional formatting. Here is the code I am using right now: ...
I set up a passworded spreadsheet and saved it to my documents folder. I then copied it across to a network area I use to link to a company I work with. The file opens ok on the password but the page is completely white and I can see nothing at all! When I print preview the page I can see all my information but this doesn't help when I need to update it.
Not only that, the whole lot of excel spreadsheets I have both on my documents and the network area are doing the same thing! I've no idea how it's happened or what to do to retrieve the page view.
how to print one report page for every row on a sheet. So if I have 300 rows containing personal info like name phone email I would like to print the data out in a separate formated report for each person.
I have a database that starts on row 10 with header information in row 9 explaining the purpose of the data for each column. In rows 1 through 8 I have general information that when I print the database - I would want on the first printed page (as well as the beginning rows of the database) and have the remaining print pages be the remaining portions of the database but have the header row (row 9) at the top of each - like a header row.
I know how to goto FILE > PAGE SETUP > SHEET > ROWS TO REPEAT AT TOP: - but this will put row 9 at the top of ALL pages...which I want, but not on the first page. I'm ok with making a print button with a macro...but no idea where to begin with the vba code to do this.
I have a sheet that I would like to print to one page (11x17, landscape) and have it take up the majority of the page. The largest the sheet will ever be is data in rows 1 - 71, and columns A - AC. Right now I have it set up so that when i click on the button, the print dialog opens up and no adjustments are needed to print to pdf in 11x17 for the maximum amount of data.
Overall what I am trying to do is have the zoom change when rows are deleted (columns will always be A-AC). The top 5 rows and bottom 5 rows will always be there. I want the top and bottom margins to be the same on the pdf even if 10 rows are deleted in between.