I currently have a macro that can be used by multiple spreadsheets. Is there that I can execute the macro within any specific spreadsheet without saving it in each spreadsheet. I just want to place it in a general spot so that in case there is modifications, I only have to change it in one place.
I have a speadsheet, and at the moment, another spreadsheet access it via a vb code. but i have 3 - 5 agents needing it sometimes at the same time. All that happens, is the agents excel sheet passes some info to the server sheet, so the vb codes opens and closes it. So only one person can do it at the same time.. but i need this so anyone of the agents can enter info via the vb code.
When i tested it, it asked me when i opened it, if i wanted to save what the last person did, I need that not to come up, so really its like the sheet is always open, but not... and lines are added. The info is added to the same sheet, and line by line.
I have a workbook that I would like to share and allow multiple users to add and make changes at the same time. However, the workbook is full of macros that really need to run. Is this possible? The workbook is written in excel 2003.
If this is not possible then is it possible to share the workbook in a similar fashion but not allow any other users to make changes, but update their workbook with the changes that I make?
I have created some macros that need to be used in several workbooks by more than one users, so I put them in an add-in and gave them instructions on how to get the add-in. I also created a toolbar with buttons calling those macros, attached it to a workbook the users can open, and instructed them to open that workbook once to get the toolbar.
Both the add-in and the toolbar workbook are on a network drive that my users can access, but when they get the add-in, it gets copied to their own add-in folder.
Here's my problem: When a user tries to click on one of the buttons in the toolbar, the button tries to call the macro using the path that would be valid on my computer to get to my add-in folder. This path includes my user name, so it doesn't go to their own add-in folder: it goes to my add-in folder on that computer if I ever logged in on that particular machine, or it goes nowhere.
When I created the button, I attached the macros by referring to the add-in workbook by name only, without referring to a path, so I don't know why MY path ended up defined on that toolbar.
How can I go around this? I manually relinked all the buttons for that user, and I can do it for the other users (there aren't that many users nor that many buttons), but I'd rather avoid it: I'll have to re-do it if the toolbar is updated and it just seems like more work than should be necessary.
I'm also opened to suggestions on a better way to share those macros. They can't be attached to the workbooks because we use new workbooks every year - they're emailed to us by the people who create them and for a variety of reasons, pasting everything into a workbook of our own is not a good option.
I created a macro in VBA that pops up a calendar with keyboard short cut and places the date in selected cell. It works great on my pc. I can't share the macro with anyone. I saved it as an add-in...installing the add-in did nothing. Then I saved it as a template...the template did not open with any macros associated. both cases, no errors. no message to enable to disable macro.
I have a large worksheet that for some reason I canít share.
-It does not have any lists, that I know of, do not know how to see if there are any -It does have validation, but I have other workbooks with listed validation that are shareable -It is not protected -Does not have any named ranges -Is not read only -I have saved it as another file name and no luck there -I have copied the one sheet I really need into a separate file to try that it did not work,
Is it possible to use the userform when it is protected and shared. I am able to access when it is protected. but unable to access when that protected worksheet is shared.runtime error message " unprotect method sheet class failed" appears it is shared and used.I have already raised this [b]issue in the forum.I understood from the answers that it is not possible.
" My requirement is multiple users should use the form and they should not have the access to edit the entires made by them"
Please give me a solution.
" Being a moderator myself i should only be able to edit or modify the entries made by the users."
Note: I dont want to create multiple excel sheets for multiple users.i want to use a single excel sheet (Shared and protected)
Although i am using VBS, the coding should be similar. I am looking for all Excel files in a folder (WORKING) and determining if they are shared, allowmultipleusers, (WORKING). The problem I am encountering is changing the Excel workbook to a [SHARED] workbook. By that I mean Multiple users can open and make changes. What is the syntax to enable that? As an FYI I can save the [SHARED] workbooks as exclusive (normal), but not the reverse. I have tried Saveas,,,,,,xlshared, but is not working. Here is the VBS code I have (For grins)
Const APPLICATION_DATA = &H1a& Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application") 'Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace("L:Shared Services Stock Rotation ReviewRotations for Review") Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace("C:Documents and Settingsmhast14DesktopRotations for Review") Set objFolderItem = objFolder.Self
Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set objExcel = CreateObject("Excel.Application") ..............
I'm having a problem with how excel opens my files. Up until yesterday when I would open any of my spreadsheets they would open seperately. I would have multiple files open across my taskbar and could easily switch between files with a simple Alt-tab windows function.
Now when I open multiple excel files it opens them under "one" file so to speak. The only way to switch between files is if I go to Window>then select the file I want or minimize within excel so I can see the other spreadsheets.
I have a workbook that I add about 20-35 tabs in a month. To individually go through and protect the sheet will take too much time, is there another way where I can select multiple tabs so the worksheets can be protected?
i have admit forms for multiple patients, about 200 or so already done, and its set up to make an upload sheet, which we then add all of them to one big file to import to access. i am in the process of cleaning things up, but we need to add a formula to a cell to determine length of stay, and several similar things, but i'd like to not have to go and do it file by file.
is there any way to update all the files at once? some kind of automation? then changes would be in the same cell for each file.
or maybe some way to do a batch modify or something, so it can make the change, and run the two macros, one to make upload for file, one to dump it in the file that goes into access.
I have a workbook to collate ratings for staff, there are three sheets, one is a summary of data, and two are sheets that can have data entered into them, called "Eligible" and "Ineligible".
I would like to write a macro to search cells in "Eligible" that contain a staff number, and copy this data to "Summary". If excel encounters a blank cell, i.e it has no staff number in it, it will move to she sheet "Ineligible" and perform the same operation, pasting the data below that which has been copied from "Eligible"
To further complicate things, every time the macro runs to populate "Summary" I would like it to clear the existing data in "Summary", to allow for deletions in "Eligible" or "Ineligible".
I'm trying to set up conditional formatting to show when an employee is both scheduled to be working for the current date, and is trained in a particular task.
I have a spreadsheet called "Training" for all of the tasks that employees can be trained in, with the employee names in each row, and the task names at the top of each column. The intersection of an employee's row with a task's column will have an "X" if the employee is trained in the task. This is the spreadsheet that I'd like to be formatted; if the employee is trained and also scheduled to be working, I'd like to the "X" to change to a different color.
There are separate spreadsheets within the same workbook for the schedule. This is a bit more complex since the since each week of the schedule has its own spreadsheet within the workbook; each spreadsheet is named for the Saturday of the week it is for, such as "06-07". I've been able to successfully have other formulas in the workbook auto-adjust to the current week's schedule by using variations on the TODAY function (something like INDIRECT("'"&(TEXT(TODAY()-MOD(WEEKDAY(TODAY(),1),7),"mm-dd"))), but I'm not sure how to incorporate this into conditional formatting. On each schedule sheet, there is a column for each day of the week and a row for each employee. The cell for a given day will contain the employee's schedule if they are scheduled, or it will be blank if they are not scheduled. So, the conditional formatting formula would just need to check to see if the appropriate cell was blank or not.
I am creating a MIS for my team. But I am now struck while creating dashboard. I have a workbook with 12 raw data spreadsheets for specific months. Now what I want is that in 13th sheet if I select January then 1st cell in 13 sheet will show the value January cell 1 value. However if I select February then 1st cell in 13th sheet will show the value of February cell 1 value.
I have several excel spreadsheets by which I would like to add together certain values in the column with the same columns of all the other excel spreadsheets. So basically, If one of the values are "SELF" , I would like to calculate how many times that value occurs in all the spreadsheets. Any easier way to organize the data to be able to do this also.
I have a master spreadsheet that links to various other spreadsheet for budget figures. I have now created and updated the budgets for the 2008/09 budget year.
It is painstaking to update the links and browse to the new files one at a time and point them to their new folder. Is there a way I can update all of the link workbooks to the new directory in one fell swoop?
I have a workbook with two spreadsheets. One contains customer information. The other line items and shipping information. I would like to pull the customer number over to the line items spreadsheet. Both spreadsheets have the order number, but note there is a new line for every item in an order on the line items sheet. How do I accomplish this?
The company deals with Machine services, we maintain, service and brake-fix machine problems, the machines are manufactured my ourselves and there are approximately 15 different machines.
We have a Field Service spreadsheet that is filled in by all service engineers for every job they go on, this is filled in with information like:-
Serial Number Machine Type Hours Run Time Reason for Visit Reported Problem etc, etc
All the forms are identical so all the fields are identical
Field Service Record Spares 2013 Master Rev4 (2).xlsx (this is the correct file). The forms are then saved on a central server folder and stored in month order.
Is there a way of creating a master excel sheet to gather all the information from all the Field Service spreadsheets which would then allow me to search all sheets by serial number or fault, without me having to copy and paste all the information into the master sheet??
We have 10 service engineers and each fills out 1 sheet per job per week, so a 4 week job will have 4 sheets for 1 engineer. an engineer could go on 5 jobs in 1 week and would therefore fill out 5 sheets. so we could be looking at in excess of 500 Field Service spreadsheet per year.
I have created with most of it being done by Austrada (who has done a great job) code to copy multiple spreadsheets into 1 spreadsheet. We have run into a error Run Time Error '9'. Subscript out of range.
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I have 5 sheets in my workbook and I need to find out if a string exists in any of them. The string would always be in column L of the work sheet. I have searched many places but cant seem to get anything to work, is this possible?
I am attempting to amalgamate several (100+) spreadsheets into a single spreadsheet. The data is very simple (only three columns, several rows). I have written a simple macro to copy 5 spreadsheets (called TIMESHEET1, TIMESHEET2 etc) into 1 spreadsheet called AMALGAMATED TIMESHEETS. I would like to expand this using a FOR - NEXT loop if possible - or any other way that someone can think of! I cannot use the variable TIMESHEETx as this is not accepted......
Is there a way to automate the importing of macros into a list of files ? I have a number of files that I want to add some code to and was wondering if this could be automated as opposed to adding the code to each file manually as it's going to be a regular job.
I've written a routine to loop through the list of files and open them, I just want to know how, if possible, i can automatically import the required macros.
I am trying to find a code that will allow me to generate multiple sheets depending on what is selected in one specific column. I have found a code that is perfect for this however I can't seem to set the range. For example instead of copying all of column headings I only need to copy up to column AN2.