Range: Format The Entire Row For Any Row That Contains The Word "total"
Mar 24, 2009
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 have 1 big sentance in cell A1 which contain one unique word starting with IE0025 or IE0027. I wanted to extract that word from entire sentance and this data is till 1000 rows. Not necessary that it will be in a constant position because always it get change to some other position within sentance.
What I want to do is select all rows that contain the word conveyor in it. So far I have managed to select all the cells, I have also managed to select the entire row but one row at a time, I have even been able to turn all the cells a different color but I just want to highlight them for other formatting, copying, and several other things that need to be done. I have other documents this could be very useful in too so i want to make it a generic multi-line highlight rather than adding the formatting into the formula.
I have data in following order and wanted to split particular word from that.
for example : -
In Cell A1 i have address like N/A 12A, carbon court OSBORNE PARK WA 6017. I wanted to Split city name OSBORNE PARK & Post Code 6017 from that entire address in seperate cloumn. Like in cell A2 i want city name & in Cell A3 want Post code.
The following sub will look in the file ("FY09 SOF"), in column "A", search for the strings that begin with "2109", "3009", or ends in "-1", and copy the entire row. It will then paste these in the file ("FY09 PR Log Blank").
I also need it to look in column "C" in the ("FY09 SOF") file and pull the entire row if it finds the word "Payroll".
For some reason it will pull everything needed except the "Payroll" rows. What am I doing wrong?
Sub get_data() Dim wb As Workbook, wbDest As Workbook Dim ws As Worksheet, wsDest As Worksheet Dim lngCalc As Long Dim FoundCells As Range Dim FoundCell As Range
Set wb = Workbooks("FY09 SOF") Set wbDest = Workbooks("FY09 PR Log Blank") Set wsDest = wbDest.Worksheets("Paste all here, then sort")
With Application .ScreenUpdating = False..........................
I have the following code, but it takes longer than expected to run. Is there anyway to speed this up? I am not sure if autofilter is a option. I just want to search through range A16:Z16 and if the word "FALSE" exists delete the entire column. The word "TRUE" is the only other word that would exist in range A16:Z16
My worksheet has two sheets which has daily continued data. I want to copy two entire columns E and F from Sheet 1 and then in Sheet 2 I want to find a particular word "80 Percent" and then insert two new Entire columns before that word. And after that I want to paste that copied columns of sheet1 in those newly created columns of sheet 2. Is it really possible because the cell reference of the word "80 Percent" in Sheet 2 will change daily. How to create the macro codes for this.
how to format a row based on text that is in a certain column. For instance, if a cell in column B has text in it I need to format the entire rest of the row with a certain background color and text color. I've been searching around here for a while and I think I'm really close, but I just can't seem to nail it down. Here's the code that I've worked on so far.
Dim SrchRng3 Dim c3 As Range
Set SrchRng3 = ActiveSheet.Range("B1", ActiveSheet.Range("B65536").End(xlUp))
Set c3 = SrchRng3.Find("Europe - *", LookIn:=xlValues) Do
I am trying to do, is paste a word in front of text that is already residing in cell throughout an entire column, and then automate this process by creating a macro that will do the same thing for me throughout an entire column. To best explain this, it woudl be like if you have a column 100 rows/cells long, and every cell already contains data. I need to insert something in front of what lies within each cell.
I'm using the following code to delete select rows one at a time. I need the last row in the range to remain therefore I prevented the user from deleting the row one up from the row that contains "Total Hours" (which is always in Column B). The code works great as long at the user clicks into a cell in column B. If the user clicks into a cell in column A, C, D, E, F, G, H, or I then the code allows the user to delete the last row.
I believe I need to search entire rows to determine if the row contains "Total Hours" .
I can't figure out to place conditional formatting on a range at each change in cells in column A....ie. in column A, several rows will have the value "1", then several will have the value "2", all the way through "52"...sometimes there could be 4 rows with the same value, otheres there may be 5, or others even only 1.....so I need conditional formatting that says each time the value in column A changes, highlight all cells in that row one color and change that color at each change. Does that make sense?
I've got a pivot table that shows different activities their cost, budget and percentage complete amongst other things. I would like to use conditional formatting to turn the font of a whole row grey if that activity is a 100% complete (exactly more then 99,5% complete in this case). I can do this with conditional formatting by selecting the individual rows and then setting the conditions. Example: selected row =$45:$45, Formatting condition =$J$45>99,5%. However I've got 1500 rows to do....how can I set this condition for all rows in one go?
Sub sumbotton() Dim ar As Range Dim rng As Range Set rng = Selection.CurrentRegion Set rng = rng.Resize(rng.Rows.Count + 1) rng.Rows(rng.Rows.Count).Select For Each ar In rng.Areas ar.Resize(1).Offset(ar.Rows.Count) = "=SUM(" & ar.Address & ")" Next ar End Sub
I want to highlight an entire row based on the contents of of a particular cell. For instance, if c4 contains data, highlight the entire row 4. If c5 is blank, do not highlight the entire row 5...and on and on...
I found code that I would like to use conditional formatting code as shown here. Here is the code just in case:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Dim icolor As Integer
If Not Intersect(Target, Range("A1:A10")) Is Nothing Then Select Case Target Case 1 To 5 icolor = 6 Case 6 To 10 icolor = 12 Case 11 To 15 icolor = 7 Case 16 To 20
how can I get this code to work across the entire workbook and not just for the specific worksheet? I tried pasting the code into the This Workbook under VBA Project and changing the Private to Public but no go.
I have a column (A) where there's a date in each cell. Currently it is formatted as category "text". All entries where initially entered as 'yymmdd', but using category "number". Beacause of that all zeros in the year disappeared, so now they are shown as "ymmdd".
Can someone show me/tell me how to convert all these dates from category "text", to category "date", using format "yymmdd"? I have tried again and again and again, but can't make it work. I have attached a sample of the sheet.
I need to make an entire column formatless if the cell in row 3 contains no text. I want the whole column to just appear like a normal formatless column, but if there is text in the row 3 cell, I want it to be the way I have it formatted right now.
I have a large workbook with 2 rows of data I want to format (R25:R530, M25:M530). Row M is already populated, row R is new data that I am entering. When the value of a cell in row R is larger than its adjacent cell (R25:M25) in row M, I would like the font to turn red. When the value is smaller, I would like the font to turn green.
With the amount of time I've spent attempting to conditionally format, I could have gone through and formatted each cell individually by now!
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
Code: Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Set wrdApp = CreateObject("Word.Application") Set wrdDoc = wrdApp.Documents.Open("C:BShift.doc") End Sub
It says file cannot be found. There is a file there named BShift in word 2010.
I have spent too many hours Googling and trial with mostly error in attempting this. I formatted the very first cell A1 for today's date =TODAY(); this is also dirrectly above the column with all the dates in it. I just want an entire row's contents to turn red if it is 15 days old or older. This =$A1<TODAY()-15 somewhat works, but it only turns the date cell red, not the whole row. It also makes blank cells turns red, which I would like to remain blank (another formula is needed I imagine).