I need to open a blank word doc, paste a spreadsheet onto it, format it and filter out some keywords. All from excel of course.
1) Access the internet web page - done
2) Open the excel ss - done
3) Open word - not done
4) Paste the ss onto word - not done
5) Format the doc - not done
6) Filter out rows containing keywords - not done
Just to get started I tried this code to open an existing word doc but it doesn't work
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
Set wrdApp = CreateObject("Word.Application")
Set wrdDoc = wrdApp.Documents.Open("C:BShift.doc")
It says file cannot be found. There is a file there named BShift in word 2010.
However this doesnt work. I tried looking at adding VB script in but to be honest I am not a VB programmer and cant really spend too much time on this. fix the final conditional format so it run if the cell contains either "resolved" or "closed"?
I've took on a task that I stupidly volunteered myself for since no one else will.. including our development or IT team will seem to get completed.
Here's my dilemma: User has information in Word that needs to go to XL WorkSheet. It has been formatted with tabs so that the information is copy and pasted into individual cells. To avoid human error, I want XL to open with a fresh workbook so that the information can be pasted into it with the Macro being run from Word.
I've searched everywhere to look for code to open XL up from Word and cannot find anything.
Will it be possible to open a new workbook and paste that information all with a macro from Word? Or will I need to trigger a macro in an already saved workbook?
I would like to open a word file in my Excel VBA code. The word document has its own VBA code that will run when Excel opens it. I do not need to move any data around I just want Excel to open my word doc.
The following code opens Word correctly, but has too many tool bars open. I only want the tool bars to be opened, just like when you click on the Word Icon at the bottom of the screen. I do not want the following 3 tool bars to open . . . Drawing, Reviewing & Microsoft Office Live Add-In.
The purpose of this endeavour is to create a cell that when the user clicks on it, it will open up a Word file that THAT particular cell represents.
FIRST STEP: Take the values from Column D (Tract Number), then add a ".doc" extension to it, then put the UNC filepath (\serverdata eports) in front of all of that and put it in Column E. See me example below:
File path plus Tract Number plus Extension
\serverdata eports 7-5-065-085 .doc
.... to generate something like this: \serverdata eports7-5-065-085.doc
SECOND STEP: Use the value (only when the user clicks on the hyperlink) from the cell in Column E and start up Word.
I have a code which selects a range within my spreadsheet, copies it and then pastes it into word. The only thing I can't work out is how to get it to then return to the Excel Spreadsheet that I have open.
Sub SetPrintcopy() Dim appWord As Word.Application Set appWord = New Word.Application appWord.Visible = True ActiveSheet.PageSetup.PrintArea = "$A$1:$F$398" Range("A1:F398").Copy appWord.Documents.Add.Content.Paste End Sub
Included in the macro, I would like for the macro to open up Word, grab a label template, that I have stored (have to navigate there), and then merge the data from the excel file into the Word template.
I want to set up a one step button in an Excel workbook to open up a Word Mailmerge Document that I have already set up complete with Excel data source. I have used this code so far but it's not working. What else do I have to do?
Sub OpenWordMailmergeMasterB() Set appWD = CreateObject("Word.Application") appWD.Visible = True appWD.Documents.Open Filename:="X:Detention filesMail MergeLesley's MailmergeMASTER Interim Report.doc"
'To Run the Mail Merge 'Data source is a range name in Excel workbook called "MailmergeReport":.....................
write a macro that search first Row and if its finds the word "Date" then the whole column should select and change the Number formatting to Date, and if it finds the word "Time" it should change the formatting for the whole column to Time.
Below is the format of Table where it should change the formatting of Date, Start Time and End Time.
I work with a team of users that are continually publishing reports in Word that contain charts and graphs copy and pasted from Excel into Word 2010.
We have a custom script that leverages a PDF engine to automatically convert .doc files to .PDF files that we distribute electronically to our clients. This all works great, but only if all my users select 'paste special' and Enhanced Metafile Format when adding their excel charts into our reports. Most of these people aren't tech savvy, and I'm havin ga hell of a time getting them to follow this workflow and am hoping there's a way in Office 2010 to select the default paste from excel into word when the content is a chart.
It seems like the default paste from excel is an embedded chart/graph that you can then further manipulate each component of the chart in Word; the default doesnt' paste an actual image. I am assuming the pdf renderer is using a lower resolution .PNG version of the image and when these are scaled for print and or pdf, they look like crap.
Is htere anyway I can automatically change the default paste format for the chart from excel into word to be an EMF/EMV (enhanced metafile?) Either thorugh the registry or some other saveable setting?
I am experiencing odd behavior with Excel (v. 14). When a spreadsheet is opened, format setting of almost all cells in the workbook have changed to a custom code that reads "[$-409]0%". AFAIK the first part is not even a valid tag.
Because the underlying data is not changed, I can just select cells and reset formatting to "Number" or "General" and everything's fine. However, I'd like to get to to the root of the problem.
The problem occurs with only some workbooks. I should mention that the workbooks are circulated in different language versions of Excel, which may contribute to the problem.
I would like to format the entire row for any row that contains the word "total". When I run the following, it fails on the line with ActiveSheet.Used Range. Here is the code (pulled off of another post):
I'm a fan of the Excel 2010 table styles, but can't figure one thing out. When I create a table in excel (Ctrl+T), I like to reformat it with a new defined style. When I save the style, I can use it while I'm in that instance of excel, but when I close and reopen excel, the style is gone. How to save the custom formats to they are always available?
Is it possible to export Excel cell contents to Word fields in a protected Word document? For example...
What code would be needed to tell Excel to open up, copy and export the contents of A2 in the active sheet of a workbook to "Field 2" in a Word document named "Report 01" and then put the contents of B2 to "Field 2" etc?
Do both applications have to be opened up at the same time or is Excel able to open up Word on its own? Will the macro be able to....
1. Automatically open up the correct Word document?
2. Look ONLY in a certain folder for the "Report 01" Word document?
Bring up a "selection" box that allows you to select the document you wish Excel to export it's data to?
3. Close and save the Word Document without any user intervention?