I would like the users to be able to exit the whole module via double clicking the form. When the form is double clicked, the double click event appears and I am wondering how to put code into this procedure which exits the whole module.
When in a ThisWorkbook macro, I want to call a sub/macro in a Module. Usually you can just do a CALL MACRO1, and it will find it. But my MACRO1 is Private as I don't the users to be able to do a Tools, Macro, Macros and see it. So I don't want to make it a Public macro. So how do I call the private sub/macro from within ThisWorkbook?
Can I proceed the sub/macro's name with the name of the module, kind of like CALL MODULE1.MACRO1? Or do I have to make it public?
I've got a problem referring to a named range in another worksheet.
Private Sub test() Dim var_StartWeek As String ' 0740 This is the value I make a lookup for Dim var StartWeekNr As Integer ' 40 and get this as a result
'*** Here is the named range in another worksheet (It doesn't work) Set rng = ActiveWorkbook.Names("WeekData2").RefersToRange var_StartWeekNr = WorksheetFunction.HLookup(var_StartWeek, Range("rng.Value"), 4) ' I'm doing something wrong here...
'*** If I have the named range in the same worksheeet it works fine 'var_StartWeekNr = WorksheetFunction.HLookup(var_StartWeek, ActiveSheet.Range("WeekData"), 4)
I have a sheet that has a macro on it, I would like to run that macro programaticaly but Im not able to call it using Call mymacro type of code. The code that calls the macro resides in a module and the macro is in a sheet. Obviously they are not talking, is there a way to run it remotely without moving the macro into the module?
I'm having trouble calling a defined range within a VLOOKUP function in VBA. If the named range is located on the same sheet within which you are running the macro, everything runs fine and all is well in the world.
However, after I relocated the range to a separate sheet (a 'SourceData' sheet to tidy up the user interface sheet), I was getting the following error message:
Method 'Range' of object '_Worksheet' failed
The name is correctly defined - Range("DaysInYear").Select still picks up the correct selection - it's just the VLOOKUP will no longer function correctly.
Here is part of the macro's For I = 1 To NumberOfDays Range("A1").Value = DateAdd("d", -(I - 1), EndDate) If Application.VLookup(Range("A1"), Range("DaysInYear"), 3, False) = 1 Then If Application.VLookup(Range("A1"), Range("DaysInYear"), 4, False) = 0 Then ActualNumber = ActualNumber + 1 End If End If Next I
I have been struggling with a problem passing a small array to be used in a form and I hope that somebody can help me. I cannot get the array into the form.
In the main module code I have an array containing information on a book reference:
Private Function PresentForm1(ByRef iID() As String, sBookRef() As String) As Boolean Dim iCounter As Integer For iCounter = LBound(iID) To UBound(iID) Form1.ListBox1.AddItem iID(iCounter) Next Form1.ListBox1.Selected(0) = True
For iCounter = 0 To 2 MsgBox sBookRef(iCounter) ' This bit works fine Next iCounter
I have some buttons in different sheets in an excel file, each button has its own code, that is the reason I can not move the code related to each object to another location (sheet or module).
And I have one piece of code in Module1 (Auto_load) in order to execute automatically this routine every time file is opened. Inside "auto_load" routine I initialize some values of some check buttons,options buttons and positions of some objects in diferent sheets, but I can not pass the value of variables between Module and Sheet's code even when I declare as public variables and/or function.
I have a spreadsheet with near 300 tabs, each with a picture in the tab. The main tab has a list of all other tabs, the goal is to allow the user to click on a cell next to an entry, and have Excel flash the referenced tab to allow the user to see what the entry is referencing. I have written a simple macro that activates a desired tab, unhides it, displays a message box to pause the macro, rehides the tab, then returns the user to the main tab.
Rather than creating a macro for all 300 tabs and creating buttons I would love to use the Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByBal Target As Range) or some variation thereof, to make my life much easier. The name of the tab is in cell A2, so I would want to have the user click on cell A1, activate the macro, then take A1 to A2 with something like A1 = A(x+1)->A2, then display the tab listed in A2. So rather than have 300 macros with Sheets("XYZ").Visible = True, I would love it to read Sheets(contents of referenced cell).Visible = True. with the contents of referenced cell coming from some manipulation of the cell I clicked on...
VB: Private Sub Workbook_Open() Call Meetdata End Sub
It calls this macro which is in a standard module:
VB: Public firstvariablename As String Public secondvariablename As String Sub Meetdata() regionname = InputBox("Enter the name of the Region.", "Region Name: North, South, East, West") meetdate = InputBox("Enter the date of the Meet.", "Date of Meet") End Sub
This set-up should make the variables available to all the other macros in the workbook. I have two other macros that need to use the values stored in these two variables that are entered into the two 'InputBox' statements. These two macros are in the same module and follow the 'Meetdata' sub. When I run the first macro, it recognizes the variables. When I run the second macro for some reason the variables are not recognized. To test the values returned by the variables, I placed the following code at the end of the first macro and again at the beginning of the second macro .
At the end of the first macro, the MsgBox returns the correct values stored in the variables which means that when the macro completes its run, the variables still hold their values. When I run the second macro with the MsgBox at the beginning, the Msgbox returns a blank. Somehow, the variables have been re-set to a null value. I can't figure out why the variables have been re-set to null. [URL]
I am using the following code to open a userform. Once the userform is open, the user has the option to choose a continue button or a cancel button. If the user is choosing continue, the code is not working (it always skips to the "else" portion of my "if" statement. I can't figure out why it is doing this.
I have two open workbooks, each having a single worksheet which includes a command button. The VBA code for each button performs tasks on its worksheet, then activates the other (inactive) workbook. I want to set the value of a variable in the button_click code in Workbook1 before activating Workbook2, and then use the value of the variable in the button_click code in Workbook2.
Declaring the variable as 'Public' doesn't work because the variable scope remains within its own workbook project. I must use two workbooks rather than two worksheets in one workbook.
I have a userform that is called within a sub in module. I declared a public string, "divisonb", in the module. When the userform's ok button is clicked, I define the public string through a "select case" method.
At the end of the private sub for the ok button click I have this:
a message box comes up with the correct string for divisonb. After the sub ends and it returns to the module I have the following:
When this message box pops up, it is blank. Somehow, divisonb was redifined as blank within that 2 lines of code. All my other public strings are returned to the module with their correct values.
I want the buttons to run a seperate piece of code to start, but then all buttons run a similar piece of code at the end. I am hoping to be able to pass a variable from the first piece of code each button runs into the section of code that all share (which I have done as a seperate macro)
I've been trying to pass a variable from the OnChange- event on one sheet to a macro located in module one, but it seems I cant (or havent figured out how anyway). Anyone knows how to do it? The code here give me the error "RefreshSetup(WhatSheet) cannot be found"
Alternativly, maybe someone can come up with a better solution on my entire problem. 3 sheets with webquery. All should be handled in the same way (copy-pasting only), but source and destination-sheet differs. My big problem is if two queries are done at the same time, they conflict with eachother, and data from one query is copied on to the wrong sheet.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Not Running Then RunWhen = Now + TimeSerial(0, 0, 1) WhatSheet = "HtmlTmp" Application.OnTime RunWhen, "Module1.RefreshSetup(WhatSheet)" Else RunWhen = Now + TimeSerial(0, 0, 3) WhatSheet = "HtmlTmp" Application.OnTime RunWhen, "Module1.RefreshSetup(WhatSheet)" End If End Sub
I am having a problem with a run time 13 error on a variable assignment. The variable is being assigned a value from a cell that contains a formula, and I am suspicous that perhaps the mismatch is coming thru this. The de-bugger stops on:
Area = ActiveSheet.Cells(count + 41, 8). Here is the complete code (with all my poor coding skills!)
Sub Reservoir() Dim Inflow As Single Dim Withdrawal As Single Dim Evap As Single Dim Area As Single Dim Spill As Single Dim Stor_1 As Single Dim Stor_2 As Single Dim count As Integer Dim max As Integer max = ActiveSheet.Cells(9, 4) For count = 1 To max * 12 Stor_1 = ActiveSheet.Cells(count + 40, 11) Inflow = ActiveSheet.Cells(count + 41, 4) Withdrawal = ActiveSheet.Cells(count + 41, 6)..........................
I currently have a userform which inputs data into two cells, the third then multiplies these two cells together, which is all honky dory. It works, 2 x 2 = 4. But when i put 0.6 for example it really doesnt work. 0.6 x 25 = 25. WRONG. My code in the macro is fairly long winded but will paste anyway.
If ComboBox2.Text = "Pounds (£)" Then Sheets("Claims").Range("G16") = TextBox2.Text Else Sheets("Claims").Range("F16") = TextBox2.Text End If
I'm trying to pass a variable from Word to Excel. Basically I have a Word document with a plain text content control in it. I'll have users populate this field. I know how to create a reference to that content contol in Word VBA that'll tell me what's in that content control (eg.
I have the following codes in my spreadsheet, they are pretty much the same and both used to work perfectly. However, now the first code returns a Type Mismatch '13' on line beginning mynum= and the second one works perfectly.