I have the following line of Selection.AutoFilter Field:=1, Criteria1:="=2009_15", Operator:=xlAnd
The highlighted portion is going to change from week to week. I have never been able to put a variable inside of quotation marks. I am sure it is simple, which explains why it is out of my mental grasp. how I can assign a variable in there?
To prevent the display of values in a worksheet, I have used an If statement in the format: =IF(I67=""",""",I67). This generally works well; however, I have discovered that if the input value for I67 is actually zero, there is no value displayed in the cell. I need the value to be displayed as a numerical zero so that it can be used in subsequent calculations.
I have an excel program that reads a file and prints it to the work sheet, but I can't figure out why it puts quotation marks around the line of text. I would like to remove the quotation marks from column A and column D.
I'm using a query that dumps information into Excel. The query automatically creates a formula in each each cell. For instance if the first value in the query showed FUNSTUFF, after dumping it into Excel, the contents of the cell would show ="FUNSTUFF". I can just use a find and replace to get rid of the leading =", but sometimes the values of the cells are supposed to have a quotation mark, so using the same method to remove the trailing quote won't work. I need a way to search each cell, check if the last character in the string is a quote, and if it is, delete it.
I would like to query your knowledge database (too much VBA I guess ) as I have a predicament that I cannot seem to solve.
Here is the thing: I am trying to write a sub that would enable me to automatically put in place extensible name ranges (the Offset worksheet function).
The problem is that, despite everything seems to go well, the reference in the name box displays : ="DECALER($C$2;0;0;5-1;1)" (the string comes from a variable and Decaler is Offset in French). These quotation marks are the culprits for sure, as taken off the formula works beautifully.
I've tried everything I've found on the internet, that is to say: Replace(String, Chr$(34), "") so on and so forth, but these marks are not recognized a part of the string so they escape the replacement.
I am having a problem with the correct coding needed for a qotation mark
i wish to place a quotation mark around some text with coding example "TEST" by using the code below this appears fine and looks fine when i save the file, however when i open that file in a .txt file i see """TEST"""
This is the coding i am using and can see it may be where the problem lies
As a data download I got a block ** text with each item enclosed in "" "" and comma delimited. I converted to a table and copied the column I want to a 2003 excel file. How can I remove " " and treat column as simple numeric? I will then have to convert large application to 2007 as I am in that now.
I have a formula that i want to give a cell using vb. The problem im having is that the quotes give me a compile error in the mm/dd/yy part. What is the way around this? The following code is what i need vb to put into the cell.
Attempting to match acct #s on source sheet with account numbers on Template but the numbers on the source are = to the cell value while the numbers on the template are equal to finding the source cell value in the template. Let me explain with code.
Set Source value:
Code: Set FirstIO = zfir.Range("e8") Set Template value:
Code: Set CheckIO = Range("Accounts").Find(IO, LookIn:=xlValues) When I get here:
Code: If FirstIO = CheckIO.Value Then I get a mismatch because FirstIO = 3333333 and CheckIO = "3333333"
I'm trying to set up a macro to be assigned to a button to copy the text in a cell into an application which uses similar text capabilities to Notepad.
The simple macro of:
... results in the text of the cell being copied to the clipboard with quotation marks before and after the text. I can manually enter the cell, select the text, the copy it... but this process can not be recorded in a macro - I can edit the cell and copy the text but when leaving the cell it gives the error "unable to record".
Is there any way I can copy the text to the clipboard without getting these quotes?
Some of the below address was removed, how would this formula be written in VBA? When I try to record this formula excel tells me unable to record, probably due to all the & within the address itself ...
I'm trying to put a formula into a group of cells with VBA. However, the formula requires quotation marks in it...e.g.,
the formula in the cell should be... = "STR - " & intRow
where intRow will insert a designated integer. My problem is the quotes for the string part....I can't get the VBA code (tried both setting a string variable and using range.value =) to keep the needed quotes.
A formula I am using is outputting "0" instead of the expected value. Upon evaluating the formula I realized that this was because some of the values - years, in this case - had quotes around them while others did not. Please see the image below for the screenshot of the evaluation.
These values - the years - are being evaluated in the following formula.
Code: =SUM( IF(inventory!$F$3:$R$3=$A3, IF(inventory!$B$4:$B$56=$G$1, IF(inventory!$D$4:$D$56=$G$2, inventory!$F$4:$R$56)))) This formula references the following sheet (an excerpt from that sheet). You can also see the formulas found in the cells causing the problem.
I suspect that the problem is being caused by the output of the formula in these cells. If I simply type in "2011" instead of using the formula in B52:B56, then the first formula in the code section above does not have a problem.