Print Entire Workbook + Multiple Copies Of Single Sheet
Apr 16, 2009
This is probably a VBA thing, but there might be a simpler solution. Either would be grand!
Basically, I have a four sheet workbook that needs to be printed out in its entirety (no problem doing that ); however, I would like the final sheet (called "Room Data") to be printed, let's say ten times.
So basically I'd get a single print of the first three sheets and ten of the "Room Data".
Any ideas on how to do this without having to manually print the final sheet multiple times or creating ten identical sheets in the workbook?
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.
All sheets are basically the same except some minor values, names and addresses. There is one page per sheet and all pages are in portrait format. The print preview shows all the pages in order but when I print it, it makes multiple print jobs of 1 to 2 pages each and prints them all out of order. I don't know why it is splitting up the workbook or why it changes the order. I print and reorder these weekly, which is a major pain. It comes out in the same order each time but it is the wrong order.
I have a My.xlsx file that has data for single month and I want to make a single file in which I can have contents for whole year by copying this file 11 more times in the same excel work book. Finally I would have 12 sheet in a single workbook.
E.g. Jan-14, Feb-14, .... ,Dec-14
I don't need any calender data just 11 more copies of my original sheet in a single work book.
I have a workbook with many sheets labelled as mmm-yyyy. The constant columns in all the sheets are C,E,R,T, and U.
Is it possible to have a macro do the following: Add a sheet called Summary at the end of the workbook. From the last sheet of mmm-yyyy, copy columns C, E, and R to the Summary sheet. Copy columns T and U from all the other mmm-yyyy sheets to the Summary sheet. All the cells need to be centered.
I have a spreadsheet with 28 visible tabs. When I select all tabs and print, I get 3 cover (or banner) pages...I like having the first banner page, but the other two are in the middle of my report. I assume excel is sending 3 print jobs and I'm not sure why.
I've seen a couple of posts regarding this issue when using VBA, but I'm not using VBA...just selecting all the sheets and sending a single print job, but get 3 banner pages.
I have a sheet that I want to have a double line border around the outside. Thats easy if there were a set number of rows but in my sheet the number of rows will depend on the size of the rows because of the different amount of information in each cell. So how do I make it print a border around the entire sheet no matter how many rows are in the sheet??
I want to create a macro that will allow me to create a set number of copies of a specific sheet within the workbook. I have one sheet within my workbook entitled "Tab". I want to create a macro that will ask me how many copies I want to create and then proceed to create all the copies. i.e.: select to create 4 copies, with the result being: Tab[original], Tab(2), Tab(3), Tab(4), Tab(5)
I'm looking to automate the process of repeating an excel worksheet (which is set up with various tables and formulas) for various countries.
I have a referenced list of countries set up in worksheet 1. So for example: in worksheet 2 I have a sheet set up for Albania - and I want to repeat this for another 100 countries. . Can I use the reference list of countries to auto-repeat worksheet 2 for worksheets 3 - 102 and auto-title the worksheet tabs? (E.g. Brazil, Canada, Chile..............)
I found the code below and it works perfectly if I want to copy all the other sheets to a master sheet. But, I need to specify specific sheets. Basically I have a workbook consisting of multiple sheets and multiple "master" sheets so I need to specify in the code which sheets it should be copying.
What I have is a large number of sheets in a workbook (26 to be exact). Each of these sheets has one specific named range. The file itself is quite large so I would like to print these ranges to a single PDF file. I did my best to search for this topic in the forums and while I did find some macros that were close, there was some sort of piece of code missing. Also, will how I list the named ranges determine the order of how they will show up in the PDF File?
I got a workbook with one active sheet. There are 6 colums and 55 rows. I want to creat a macro or formula to automatically print each individual row on a single sheet of paper. i will only need the line with a specific value printed i.e only print value more then 5
I would like to create a macro to enable a user to enter the number of copies to print, and then print that number of copies of a predetermined range in a spreadsheet. My InputBox routine works fine, but I don't know how to use the info I just captured. The code I have so far is as follows, but I guess I donít know where this number is stored, or how to use it in a print statement. Needless to say, this routine doesnít print the number of copies entered by the user.
Sub TestPrint() ' Ask user to input the number of copies to be printed. Dim Message, Title, Default, MyValue Message = "Please enter the number of copies to print" ' Set prompt. Title = "Number of copies" ' Set title. Default = "2" ' Set default. ' Display message, title, and default value. MyValue = InputBox(Message, Title, Default) Sheets("PaidOut").Select ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.PrintOut Copies:=1, Collate:=True
I'm trying to find a way to save a single sheet of an excel workbook and in the same process delete all vba code and shapes from the new single sheet workbook. I was looking around and found this code which does save only the single sheet to a new one sheet workbook but doesn't delete the vba and shape that I have used to assign macros to in the original.
Code: Sub SaveSheetAsNewBook() Dim wb As Workbook Dim InitFileName As String Dim fileSaveName As String Dim wshape As Shape InitFileName = ThisWorkbook.Path & Format(Date, "mm.dd.yy")
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.
All I want to do is save a copy of one sheet called "Patient Stock Form", change the name to "Patient Order", and put it into an email. But my code is putting the entire workbook into the email. Here's the code:
VB: Sub EMAILFORM() Dim oApp As Object ' Outlook.Application Dim oEmail As Object ' MailItem
The below code opens up the printpreview window. This does not allow to select the correct (or change) printer it will automatic use the default printer.
Is there a way for the code to open the print window so I can change the printer and select number of copies?
Sub Print_Button() Dim ws As Worksheet, cell As Range Set ws = Sheets("main") Set cell = Range("g2000").End(xlUp) Do Until cell.Value "" Set cell = cell.Offset(-1, 0) Loop ws.PageSetup.PrintArea = ("A2:" & cell.Address) ws.PrintPreview End Sub
I can assign a number of copies to print by adjusting ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.PrintOut Copies:= , but what I want it to have the number of copies auto adjust to the value of a cell that contains a formula. I was hoping it would something as simple as Copies:=cell but no luck...
i have two sheets, one to display results (Reults tab) & the other tab containing the data (Data tab)
what i am trying to do is some how create a search function and have a forumula which contains a LIKE function that looks up the data table RANGE = Data!A2:K255
the search needs to lookup the primary column Data!B2:B255 ... if any results are found .. show them on the results tab.. and if multiple results are found, display those as well.. (in either instance, the whole row of information in respect to the results need to be dislayed and hopefully no duplicates are found .. eg, Data!A:K of a hit)
is there a formula that can achieve this? oh, the search is TEXT based and there should be no empty cells within the dataset
after some MASSIVE googling, i have stumbled accross this
B1 = Search box (txt field)
A6 (which will be a hidden column) contains =MATCH($B$1,Data!A2:A255,0). this formula provides the first instance of the result and provides the row number
A7 contains =MATCH($B$1,OFFSET(Data!$A$1,A6+1,0,8-(A6+1),1),0)+A6. this is supposed to look for the next row number which contains a match and provide that row number
and througout my other columns, i have B6=OFFSET(Data!$A$1,A6,1) B7=OFFSET(Data!$A$1,A6,2) B8=OFFSET(Data!$A$1,A6,3) and so on
2 things i cannot recitify..
1, the match has to be EXACT ... unfortunately i cannot use exact .. needs to be LIKE .. eg, i cant use the search word "boat" as the range of data has "boats" 2, it comes up with multile .. irrelevent results.
I have a spreadsheet that has approx 10 different sheets (tabs at the bottom). I want to write a routine that will take one of the sheets, copy it to a new workbook, and email the newly created workbook using Outlook.
I've entered this question once before and got some suggestions that seemed to work for a while. Then it became hit and miss as to whether it worked or not. Now I'm geting a "Can't create object" error everytime. I want to break this one sheet out and send only it because I don't want to send the entire workbook.
I have an original workbook that I use daily stored in a folder called 'Live'. I also have this same workbook saved in a different folder call 'In Progress' because I am constantly improving and making changes to it. While I'm in the revision mode, I keep it in this folder. Once I've completed my revisions, I move it to the folder where the live workbook is located and replace the old version. Therefore, I have two copies of the workbook at all times. The name of the workbook in both folders is the same (IRQT)
I have a macro in this workbook that will allow you to save a copy of the workbook in a folder called IRQTArchive. The macro will create the folder if it doesn't exist, then store a copy of the workbook using a name in a cell. After that is complete it renames the workbook back to the original name (IRQT).
This macro works perfect in my live version, but when I execute the macro in the 'In Progress' version, I get a Compile error: Sub or Function not Defined when it reads the dirExists command in the first line of code. The code in both sheets is identical. Here are the first few lines of code. The command dirExists is highlited in yellow when it errors out.
I have a series of workbooks which will be completed by different people and emailed back to me and I am looking for a macro that can take them all (they will all be located in the same folder) and reassemble them, so that:
a) the header row (which is the same on each sheet) only appears once in row 1 b) the drop downs and formula remain intact throughout on the reassembled sheet
I've attached some sample sheets, basically I would receive back the sheets, North, South, East and West (although they wouldn't be called that) and I would like to be able to run a macro that results in the sheet called 'All', which maintains the dropdowns and formula. I could either start with a blank sheet for the reassembly or a sheet that only has the header row, either could work.
On a weekly basis, I receive a single worksheet in a workbook that contains ~30,000 rows of product sales.
Row one contains column headings that is unique to all other rows. Column A contains the store number that sold the product. There are ~50 unique store numbers.
I am trying to create a macro that will break the report up into seperate workbooks.
For example, assume in column A there are 30 rows of data for 3 different store numbers (say store 112, 386, & 798, each with 10 rows of data). I want to create 3 new workbooks and include the same column heading for each. For example, name new workbooks as follows: "Store 112", "Store 386", "Store 798".
I am trying to combine ~300 workbooks into one single workbook. All 300 workbooks have the exact same header. I tried using the code from thread http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?p=696435 but nothing is being copied over. The only difference between my example and the other is I only need to take data from the first sheet in each data workbook. All the workbooks are located in following directory .....
I have 30 and above sheets in a work book and like that I am having 5 such books. The sheets are named as 201, 202, 203 ....etc as per the contents in that particular sheets. (201, 202 .....are the P.O nos.). all the work sheets are of having similar format of datas.
Now what I need is if I want to look the details of one single sheet (say 324) I have go all the sheets one by one and it is hard to find out.
If any body give me a solution so that if I type a particular no. (forms part of the name of the sheet) that sheet should appear for me.