I've got a problem referring to a named range in another worksheet.
Private Sub test()
Dim var_StartWeek As String ' 0740 This is the value I make a lookup for
Dim var StartWeekNr As Integer ' 40 and get this as a result
'*** Here is the named range in another worksheet (It doesn't work)
Set rng = ActiveWorkbook.Names("WeekData2").RefersToRange
var_StartWeekNr = WorksheetFunction.HLookup(var_StartWeek, Range("rng.Value"), 4) ' I'm doing something wrong here...
'*** If I have the named range in the same worksheeet it works fine
'var_StartWeekNr = WorksheetFunction.HLookup(var_StartWeek, ActiveSheet.Range("WeekData"), 4)
I'm having trouble calling a defined range within a VLOOKUP function in VBA. If the named range is located on the same sheet within which you are running the macro, everything runs fine and all is well in the world.
However, after I relocated the range to a separate sheet (a 'SourceData' sheet to tidy up the user interface sheet), I was getting the following error message:
Method 'Range' of object '_Worksheet' failed
The name is correctly defined - Range("DaysInYear").Select still picks up the correct selection - it's just the VLOOKUP will no longer function correctly.
Here is part of the macro's For I = 1 To NumberOfDays Range("A1").Value = DateAdd("d", -(I - 1), EndDate) If Application.VLookup(Range("A1"), Range("DaysInYear"), 3, False) = 1 Then If Application.VLookup(Range("A1"), Range("DaysInYear"), 4, False) = 0 Then ActualNumber = ActualNumber + 1 End If End If Next I
I know I've asked before but I can neither find my previous question or the answer. So, once again.... is it possible to refer to a named range in a CSE array formula? I know how I would type a formula that way -- but I would be happy to see an example.
Most importantly, will it always work? Or are there pitfalls and dangers?
I put all my named ranges in a seperate worksheet in the workbook.
On a different sheet I have all my data with references to the named ranges. But what it gives me is the cell information from the sheet on which the named range is located and not on the worksheet where I actually need the calculations to be done.
How can I make the named range refer to the cells in the worksheet in which it sits?
Worksheet 1 --------------- 1 2 3 4
Worksheet 2 -------------- I name the function Red apples RedApples =CONCATENATE($A1&"Red Apples")
Question #1 How do I make the name reference in worksheet 2 refer to the cells located in the worksheet in which i use it. In other words, when I use RedApples in Worksheet 3, it gives me what is sitting in A1 in worksheet 2 instead of in A1 on Worksheet 1.
Question #2 How do I make the name reference in Worksheet 3 keep stepping down along Column A in Worksheet 1?
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