Trying to increment worksheet in order to summarize data from all other worksheets. I have 70+ worksheets and I'm trying to copy and paste worksheet and cell reference so that the same data on each worksheet is summarized on one sheet. Worksheets are labeled Cost (1), Cost (2), Cost (3) etc. When I copy the cell reference I can't get the worksheet name to change to the next worksheet:
when the accounts exported to excel, all the tabs shown in the file are generated. However, i need to change tab '3' to tab '10' name to the name stated in tab 'menu'. eg tab 1 need to be renamed as 'BB' (not BB/Bunut), tab 2 to 'GEN' (not GEN/General), etc. All must be capital letter.
I want to select a specific worksheet by it's VB name. In other words, if the sheet comes up as: Sheet3 (ESF) in the VB Editor, I would like to choose it using the Sheet3 designation. I can do it using the (ESF) designation using:
But I prefer to use Sheet3 so when the users change the name, the macro still works.
I have created a workbook. That has 35 worksheets within it. I have created a series of buttons and put in a macro code so that when the user clicks on the button it changes the active worksheet to what they clicked on.
So basically when they click button b it changes to worksheet b and if they click button c it changes to worksheet c, ETC.
The problem I have is that since it is a macro it works fine on my computer but when it is sent to other users, because of security settings on their pcs it will disable the macro [thus the buttons will not work or show up]. I have created a digital trust certificate for it. However it is alot of steps to install this for the basic user. Is there a way to create a button that will do what I want without using a macro code. In that it will be able to go to many different users and wont have to worry about the buttons not working because of security settings?
I have a macro that can individually turn on or off the EnableCalculation property of each worksheet in a workbook (that is, set the property to True or False). It worked very nicely for a while, and made some of my more formula-laden workbooks much more tractable. But after a while, when I would turn the EnableCalculation back to True for any worksheet, the formulas on that sheet were still frozen (would not recalculate at all), and could only be unfrozen by going to each cell and doing [F2] [Enter]. Just to rule out the obvious, Automatic calculation is turned on, and I have made sure that the macro is successfully returning the EnableCalculation property back to True.
It seems that if I physically go into the VB Editor and manually (through the GUI, as opposed to programmatically) switch the EnableCalculation property back to False, then back to True again, then it will revive the formulas. But this is silly, and I was hoping there was a better solution... maybe someone has encountered this before? If it's just another Microsoft bug, I don't know what's the trigger is, but I imagine it's when you save/close the workbook with some of the sheets' EnableCalculation properties still set to False. I know the property is not stored/saved with the workbook, i.e. all sheets will reset EnableCalculation to True when the workbook is re-opened, but maybe it's still causing a glitch.
My excel file consists of 15 sheets, thereof 4 that are purely graphs, the others have tables with formulas. When opening the file or changing values, the entire sheet is being recalculated every time which takes a few seconds. Is this normal or can one tell to recalculate at another stage?
The activities sheet has a date macro (double click in date cell). The workbook has a macro for the footer information.
My sheet has a very simple formula in a lot of the cells that simply say this cell in sheet A should equal a cell on sheet B in the same workbook.
I deleted the contents of the cells in sheet B, however the cells in sheet A did not update. It still shows the contents of sheet B that were there before I deleted them. The sheet is set to calculate automatically and I even commanded it to force calculation.
Any clues as to why my sheet will not update?
If I cut a formula from a cell in Sheet A and paste right back, it updates correctly to reflect the cell that was deleted in Sheet B.
What i intend to do is that : (1) if i enter a value in E3, the filter should only apply using E3 value (currently its applying E3 value but if E4 is kept blank, it takes that as = " " ) . Unfortunately, i need to have the and condition, so i have to find a way in spite of this condition. Any way out ??
(2) If i enter values in A) E3 & F3 B) E3, F3, G3...then it ahould make multiple filtering possible. But when i try to apply such a condition, the same problem as in point (1) occurs, it takes the and empty criteria range as = " "
I have a list of asset numbers that I am displaying to a user. I have a cell where the user is to type in the asset number. What I would like is to be able to display a list of matches in another group of cells.
I.e. - if the cell is populated with "D49", the list on the right will contain all asset numbers starting with "D49"...
I can do this easily enough if I wait for the "Change" event on the worksheet - but this necessitates the user typing some in, hitting enter, etcetera.
Is there any way to trigger an event per keystroke instead of on worksheet.change?
I have a cell which sums up a lot of random number generators (after going through several other functions) and therefore every time the worksheet recalculates the value of this cell changes.
Is there any way I can get this cell to print it's value say, 1000 times, each print one cell below the previous, with a recalculate in-between each print? I'm guessing this needs scripts? Or is there a way of just directly inputting this into 1000 cells and letting it fly?
I want to make a drop down menu whereby each choice in the drop down would re-calculate my workbook.
Let me explain:-
I want to make a drop down menu in sheet 1 with 3 choices. The 3 choices come from sheet 2 (row 1, column A, B, C). I have data in sheet 2 in rows 2 through to 6 in columns A, B, C. I have sheet 3 that currently uses the data from sheet 2 row 2 through to 6 for column A.
I want to be able to use the drop down menu in sheet 1 to choose either column A, B, or C in sheet 2 and then re-calculate the data in sheet 3 accordling.
I have the drop down menu made now.... but how can i re-calculate the values in sheet 3 after choosing a choice in the drop down?
I need to create a drop down menu or something of that sort, that allows the user to select what units he wants his results to be in.
When a particular units system is selected, the results must be recalculated and displayed in their respective cells.
No matter which units are selected, the units must always be displayed in the same set of cells, that means the formula or reference in the set of those output cells must change automatically, based on the units selection.
I am using Excel 2007. I have read that if you open an excel 2003 document, that has external links, the links will be recacluated automatically. How do I change the settings in '07 so that the links are not recalculated when I open a 2003 excel file?
When I have a column of data, say reference A1 to A9 with a formula beneath it in A10 being that the formula is = SUM(A1:A9) when I update any of the data in A1 to A9 the figure in A10 does not update. The only way to get it to update is to click in A10 where the formula is and then click in the formula bar and press enter; the formula seems to recalculate after this and it works or you need to save it and it works. It should work right after any change in the data being added.
I have made some UDFs (custom functions) using VBA, when the problem is that they don't update automatically like standard functions. I have numerous tickboxes which cause text to become bolded, and then my function counts the total, only including bolded text:
Function CountGamerScore() As Long Dim i As Integer Dim strScore As String Dim intDigit As Integer i = 6 For i = 6 To 52 strScore = "L" & i If Range(strScore).Font.Bold = True Then intDigit = Left(Range(strScore).Value, Len(Range(strScore).Value) - 1) CountGamerScore = CountGamerScore + intDigit End If Next i End Function
However, if I untick or tick a checkbox, the bold and unbold works fine (done in another sub, but the function does not update the value in the cell for total.
Therefore, is there any VBA code that will tell Excel to recalculate formulae??
i want to change the table_array reference without changing formula in every worksheet. I tried using a new worksheet and naming it the same as what is referenced in vlookup table_array but it messed up all the data.
I have to use a different worksheet every month so need a way to change reference OR how to change array data without messing up the worksheets with the vlookup