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.
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"
Is it possible to extract the two text strings between the quotes, placing them in Col. C & D respectively, e.g. Application.WorksheetFunction.Substitute(c.Formula, " ANTI ", " ANTI-HERO ") Application.WorksheetFunction.Substitute(c.Formula, "SEC9", "SECTOR 9") Application.WorksheetFunction.Substitute(c.Formula, "LNGBRDC", "LONGBOARD COMPLETE")
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 ...
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.
I have a table of data which contains golf form for the last four years. For simplicity I have split this data into four separate worksheets representing each year, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. These tables contain the data, Player Name, Event Name and Finishing Position. I have a results worksheet which contains a table which has the Player Name in the rows. To the left of the Player Name I have three columns which represent the Finishing Position in a particular event for the last three years. To the right of the Player Name I have their finishing position for all events played this current year.
For the historical event form, i.e. 2005, 2006 and 2007 I would need a formulae which looks up the corresponding year worksheet and looks up the Player Name and Event Name and returns the Finishing Positon. For the current year form I need the formulae to lookup the Player Name and the Event Name in the 2008 data worksheet and return the relevant Finishing Position.
Auto Merged Post Until 24 Hrs Passes;I have attached a file which will hopefully make things clearer. In the worksheet 'Form' I would like the columns A, B and C completed for the players form from this weeks event, in my example "Colonial", for the previous three years. I therefore need a formulae to go to Worksheet '2007' and lookup Aaron Baddeley, Colonial and return the result in the column entitled 'FP'. For the columns E, F, G and H, I require a formulae that looks up the Worksheet '2008', Aaron Baddeley, and then the Event Name from Row 5 on the 'Form' worksheet to return Aaron Baddeley's result from the various tournaments held in 2008.
I'm having problems with small macro I'm writing.. I'm very close to finishing it but I'm stuck at the end by an extremely small/basic error. What I wan't to do is take a Formula that was generated in a loop and is stored in a string and to output it to a cell on my worksheet as a working formula...
I know this should be straightforward, but just can't "hack the logic", whether using "Countifs" oor "SumProduct" formulae.
Attached file 140509 String Criteria.xlsx file has database of three fields (Date, Route number and Part number)
I need the formula that totals number of rows meeting three criteria: (a) A specific date from Col A (b) A specific number from Col B And the part I can't sort out: (c) Any cell containing a "string" in Col C (so needs to count the "core" even if it has a prefix or suffix).
E.g. How many rows have "Date x" in Col A, "Route Y" in Col B and a cell containing "123" in Col C?
I've created the following Macro based on some of the posts on this great forum! It works great, but I'd like to tweak it for another purpose where it would fill the formula down until a cell in column AF had the value "#N/A" or stopped having the value "clean". The #N/A is from a formula result so I'm not sure if or how the Macro would treat this.
Code: Sub Y_CleanUp3() ' ' Clean Up Bad Data Macro 3 Dim LR As Integer Range("AH2").Formula = "=VLOOKUP(X2,'[Territory by Zip Code.xlsx]Sheet1'!$A$2:$B$135000,2,TRUE)" LR = Range("AF" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row Range("AH2").AutoFill Destination:=Range("AH2:AH" & LR), Type:=xlFillDefault With Range("AH2:AH" & LR) End With End Sub
In sheet1 I have a simple database consisting of 5 columns of data
Column A : Name ie James Jones Column B : payroll number ie 123456 Column C : shift times ie 1245-2124 Column D : job title ie floor Column E : comments ie A/L or 0600-1500
what I would like is some code that will go down Column E and if a 'time string' ie 1300-2130 is found then copy this string and paste into corresponding value in column C. If a text string is found ie A/L or Sick or anything like this then ignore and move onto next cell, loop this until all cells in column E have been checked.
I'm using a userform to create a new sheet. The form already creates the sheet and names it what was typed into the userform. Now I want it to place that variable in a cell along with a string. the following code will place the variable from the form (tbname) into cell b5.
I have a rather large file that I need to convert. Right now, there are about 3 columns and over 4500 rows. What I need to do is have everything separated by quotes and commas. I have a macro to somewhat do this, but it is putting an extra comma in front of everything. My question is this:
Is there a way to take out a comma that is in front of every entry?
Is there another macro that will separate the columns with a single quote and comma, like below:
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.
I have a problem, I have a workbook that is used for importing products on to my website but for the description field it keeps adding the double quotes to the text. this text is HTML code. when I import the products to my website, these quotes show up at the beginning and end of the description. You can't see the quotes in excel but if you copy and paste the cells data in to a text editor you will see the quotes.
My question is how can I remove these? I have removed them in the text editor but as soon as the data goes back in to excel the quotes are automatically inserted again...
I am trying to create a .csv file from an Excel file using VBA and when I use the ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs command, only the first row of text contains " quotes around the text. I have multiple rows that must contain the quotes. I have tried using """", and Chr(34), but then that puts """ (3 quotes) around my text. Is there a different function that I should be attempting to use? I am using concatanation to create a field where I would like the quoted text and am using the ActiveCell.Value command (ActiveCell.Text didn't seem to make any difference).
I have a csv file that needs to be formatted and then saved as a csv file, and i have written code to do this but i need all of the values in the csv file to have one set of double quotes but at present all of the values do not have any quotes, how can i go about this.
I'm running the following to put quotes around data in a workbook:
Sub test() For Each s In Range("A1:A" & Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row) s.Value = """" & Format(s.Value, "00000000") & """" Next For Each s In Range("B1:B" & Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row) s.Value = """" & Format(s.Value, "####") & """" Next End Sub
And exporting as a CSV file for loading into another program. The problem is everything looks OK in Excel, but when I open the file in Notepad to check the output, the quotes are all triple. How can I get only single quotes around the data?