Read Qualifying Column Names And Paste, Separated By Commas, In Designated Cell
Dec 10, 2009
I am in need of a macro that will scan a worksheet row by row, noting the column names (found in I2 to AQ2) in a specific horizontal span of cells (I to AQ) that hold (any) data. The macro will then paste these column names in a designated cell on each corresponding row (always found in column F), separating the column names with commas.
I am trying to do this for multiple worksheets containing ~100 rows - the example attached is just a quick demo of what I'm hoping to achieve. Also, these worksheets are contained in one big workbook, so ideally I'd like to be able to run the macro once and have it apply to every sheet in that workbook (they all have the same layout - the only big difference is the number of rows). If the Total Scenes part at the bottom of the sheet is problematic in getting this to work, it's fine to remove it.
I need to be able to select up to 5 different models in cell A1 from a drop down list then have cell B1 look these values up and find the volumes and then return the sum of the volumes - Cell B1 should read 130. There will always be one model selected but it will vary from 1 to 5 selections.
I am currently trying to count data in one cell separated by commas. The spreadsheet attached will make things look a lot clearer.
The "CURRENT" table is what I currently have and the "IDEAL" table is what I would like (but not hard-coded). Sheet 3 is where the meaningful data is. So for example, E4 has "CC-12" which is "Open" and "CC-11" which is "Closed". Therefore I would want there to be a "1" in cell F4 and G4 and a "0" in H4.
I have a file with list of names in the attched file.They are not in the same format coming from the source in my company. I need only the names in the separete column without the dates and the commas. The text is not in the same format. Looking at the data, can someone help me make a formula to separate only the names from the the entry.
the data is huge and it takes lots of hours to clean this data.
I have the following syntax in B1: "1,2,3,5,6". and I need VBA to take the very last number out of that list, and increase by four in single steps. For example: before the code: "1,2,3,5,6" and then after it "1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9." The code must be flexible, though, because it will be running within another Macro, and it must work whether the last number in the list is 1 digit ("...4,5,8"), 2 digit ("...34,35,36") or 3 digit ("...111, 113, 114"). Those three examples would be changed into "...4,5,8, 9, 10, 11" "...34,35,36, 37, 38, 39" "...111, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117".
Original: Column A | Column B Joe | Client A Joe | Client B Paul | Client X Sue | Client A Sue | Client X
Want: Column C | Column D Joe | Client A, Client B Paul | Client X Sue | Client A, Client X
I believe it would be very similar to the code that I was provided inCombine Multiple Related Rows Into One. I tried to adapt it to my current need, but was unsuccessful due to my very limited knowledge of vba.
when cell A1=2 (A2 & A3 wilL appear the value "1") when cell A1=3 (A2, A3, A4 will appear the value "1") when cell A1=4 (A2, A3, A4, A5 will appear the value "1") when cell A1=5 (A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, will appear the value "1")
I read in a book that if you enter a formula in a cell, like cell A1 contains =rand() for instance, that if you select Go on the menu tab, and then enter the final destination cell or range (ex: A1,A200), then hit ctrl+Enter simultaneously, it will fill the formula down to that cell. I can get it to select the range, by hitting Shift+Enter, but not copy down the formula using Ctrl+Enter, or Ctrl+Shift+Enter. I am using excel 03, XP. It only returns blank values for the range.
I am trying to do is have a VBA automatically fill a blank cell with text of a different color.
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range) If Range("B8") = """" Then Range("B8") = "Name" End If End Sub
Is what I've been trying to get to work. If the value in B8 is suddenly deleted, I want that cell to show "First Name", in a lighter grey. I know I can get the color of the text by using the conditional formatting, but how do I get that cell to auto-fill when deleted?
I have a command button set up to gather information, then create a new sheet, and paste a copied button from another location to the new sheet. The command button that shows up on the new sheet is offset and not centered in the cell. It is centered in the cell where it comes from and the cells are the same size.
I noticed that if I copy a command button and simply paste it to a new sheet, it is offset just like this. I need it to not do this. If I have to make it write in a new command button and assign a macro to it, that is fine. I went with the copy/paste option to save time.
Now, before it becomes an issue, this is only a part of the full code, but it is running in it's own conditional loop. The other part works fine. And I tried changing the alignment in the cell to see if that was the issue. It was not.
Copied command buttons are offset in the cells they are pasted to.
I need a formula to transfer the values in on cell to another designated cell. "AM" should be in the cell under "AM and "PM" should be under the cell marked "PM". If there's nothing in the space where AM or PM is, that should be blank.
I am encountering an error(-2147417848) when running my existing code. I did a little research and found on MSKB Q319832 information that suggests that I might try qualifying my code (not that I know what that means : D) In the article, it suggests using something like the below:
Dim oXL As Excel.Application Set oXL = New Excel.Application oXL.Visible = True ..... ..... oXL.Quit Set oXL = Nothing
I tried this approach and it fails as soon as it hits the event portion of the macro:
If oXL.Target.Address = "$C$2" Then .... End If
I need to understand how the oXL object is used against information in my existing workbook.
I have one column of data. there are currently ~10k rows, but this will increase over time. each row has either a single value (example: pepsi) or a comma separated value (google,samsung) with up to 6 commas. instead of the rows looking like this:
pepsi google,samsung coca-cola
I want them to look like this in one column (preferably via a formula):
pepsi google samsung coca-cola
I would like the above output to be a unique, alphabetized list.
I am carrying out some sensitivity testing on a model, and would like to greatly increase the speed of the process by being able to call in from a user defined cell a named range, which is then pasted to the right of the cell.
The attached file steps through the process I have in mind.