I have a workbook with multiple sheets. There is an overview sheet and then 14 sheets allowing for 14 days worth of schedule information. There are then 3 sheets following the 14 days to total some information. The workbook users frequently change the sheet names of the 14 sheets to reflect days of the week.
I'm creating a copy for distribution that takes the active workbook and copies the values to a new workbook. There are columns that I would like to delete from the 14 day sheets and that would be easy enough if the sheet names were never changed.
The code I'm using currently follows (my thanks to Turtle 44 for helping on that section)
Dim arr() As String
Dim i As Integer
Dim WB As Workbook
Dim WS As Worksheet
Set WB = ActiveWorkbook
Application. ScreenUpdating = False
'Make sure template is saved as .xls
If Not ThisWorkbook.Saved Then
MsgBox "Please save this workbook before generating a Client Copy."
Is there a way to use formula (Sum in this particular case) across multiple sheets with sheet names having a particular criteria?
The sheet names are 5 digits but not sequential (cost centre numbers). I'm trying to find the total if the sheet name (number) falls within a particular range (e.g. 150xx-152xx, 153xx-168xx), with around 60 or so sheets in total.
I know it's possible to specify the range myself, or to add a blank sheet as a marker/guide to create a "sandwich" of the required sheets (e.g. =SUM(Start:End!A1)), but the cost centre ranges may change if they're changed so I'm trying to find a way to identify them as variables rather than requiring maintenance.
Although the layout of the sheets should not change (and so a macro might work..?) I think I'd prefer to find a formula (if possible).
The Board looks full of some interesting issues today.
I'm working on a workbook that hides and unhides a lot of columns depending on the month the user has selected. No problems here.
The sheets are named regionally, ie National 2008, California 2008 etc. The user is able to select the month and the year from separate combo boxes.
So when 2009 comes around I will need to rewrite many lines of code to point the VBA to the new worksheet names like National 2009, California 2009. My question is, is there a way to reference either variable worksheet names in the VBA or some other manner in which to write the code so I don't need to rewrite every year change?
I currently reference the sheets something like Sheets ("National 2008").Range("H:H").EntireColumn.Hidden=True
I have a set of worksheets (Sheet31 through Sheet49 by codename) produced by a machine in the lab. I want to create a summary sheet that references cells in those worksheets.
Rather than go through the annoyance of doing this manually 40+ times I'm working on creating a macro to populate the summary sheet for me.
This is what I have so far
For J = 31 To 49 ResultSht = SheetJ.Name Sheet1.Activate ActiveSheet.Range("A4").End(xlDown).Offset(1, 0).Select
It hangs up on the "SheetJ.Name" however. My objective is to be using the object SheetJ, where the object SheetJ is the codename of the results sheet I'm trying to reference (for example, in the first pass through the loop it would be Sheet31). Could someone point out my mistake in this object reference?
Within one workbook I have 15 sheets, 13 are for separate divisions within the company, 2 are used to present sums across the 13 sheets. All 13 sheets have identical columns and rows, with unique numbers in each cell. Right now I am manually selecting the cells to reference in my master sheet, =sheet name!cell+sheetname!cell+sheetname!cell - so and and so on. How can I reference the sheet name once, and then all of the cells to SUM? =sheetname!(c4+c14+c24+c34) etc?
This would let me be able to copy the formula from cell to cell, and only have to change the sheet name each time.
Attached I have a document where I am wanting all of the individual sheet names on the Total page. Rather than having to change each formula to match the sheet name I believe there is a way to reference the sheet name column (AO) in the formula so you can drag it down to fill in the columns. I am basic with Excel and do not know how to add this indirect function into my current formulas.
I have a workbook with 20+ sheets in it, I add sheets and delete sheets on a daily basis, except for one sheet that is like my summary sheet.
Is there a code, formula, or magic spell that will list the names of the sheets that I have deleted? For instance, if my workbook has 50 sheets and I delete 49 of them, I want to see cells A1 thru A49 (or where ever I wish to place them) filled with the names of the sheets I just deleted.
I've been referencing sheets in my code directly with things like
however in recreating a new workbook (to reduce bloat), the sheet-numbering has changed... to avoid having to mess around adjusting things again, I was wondering if it's possible to do some sort of indirection... something similar to
How can I select sheets in a workbook based on the premise that the sheetname does not have the letter "Q" in it? New to forum, so apologies if format is not kosher. I have a group of 50+ workbooks which are all set up in the following format:
-Contains 30+ sheets. -Sheet names are varied, but follow a pattern. I try to keep the sheet names consistant on all workbooks so that it is easier to reference, but other users make this impossible. -However, I managed to keep two things consistant: There are two categories of sheets. In one group all sheetnames have a "Q" in them and in the other group all sheetnames DON'T have a "Q" in them.
Here is my problem: I need to run a macro to perform retative tasks on the GROUP OF SHEETS WITHOUT A "Q". To begin the macro I need to select these sheets and copy them to a new workbook, but since the actual sheetnames are varied, I am having trouble coming up with a flexible way of selecting sheets. The closest I have come is using a IF ... LIKE ... THEN statement, but I can only get it to work to select the sheets with a "Q" in the name and not the opposite.
I know how to reference cells from one sheet to another but for some reason I cannot for the life of me work out how to do this and that particular figure remains even after sorting sheets? Basically every time I reference some numbers its fine but when I sort the original sheet being referenced the figures are all wrong. I tried linking the cells and that didn't do it either?
I need a macro that will create a sheet at the end of the workbook.
Sum data from a variable amount of sheets and display that data on the created sheet.
Here is a step by step:
Starting on sheet 5.
Column D has a variable amount of part numbers in it. These part numbers would be different between the ascending sheets.
Column T, U, V has an inputed number in it that would need added up across all duplicate part numbers in all the sheets.
(Note: The data would also need started on row 4. Everything above row 4 is headers)
Here is a small example:
D E T U V 13019090W Part A1 68705500 Part B1 64202900 Part C-11 59634600 Part D1 26005300W Part E1
I need the macro to start with sheet #5(starting on row 4). Check to see if there is data in column T, U or V. If there is, to create a new sheet at the end. And copy the entire line into that sheet (starting on row 4).
After that, to check every sheet after (excluding the newly created one, starting on row 4) for data in Column T, U and V. And then check for duplicates in Column D on the newly created sheet. If there is a duplicate to add/subtract that number in Column T, U and V to the SUM in column T, U and V in the newly created sheet. If there is no duplicate, to copy the entire line to the new sheet.
So that when finished. On the new sheet, you have the SUM of T, U and V for everything that has data in T, U or V for all of the previous sheets, plus the entire line of the first instance (excluding the first 4 sheets).
1) I'm relatively new to arrays, but what I need to do is generate a list of file names and the sheets within each one. I would like to use an array for this, but since I don't have much experience.... well....that's why I'm here. Can someone point me in the right direction?
2) And the second part of this.... I was planning on using the FileSystemObject to determine the files in a selected folder and loop through that list of files, opening each one and harvesting the required info (file name and all sheet names). Should I use the FSO or is there something built into Excel that might be better (and also limit the number of dependencies for this little "project" of mine).
I have several SumIf formulas that references a Cell in a Main Reference Tab. This is useful to me as I have over 100 tabs of data points and having a reference cell with that text is easier to change one time vs 100 times.
My question is this: Will Defined Names be "faster" than using a reference cell? With over 100 tabs, there's a lot of formulas and I'm looking for a faster way to get the same output without Excel Memory overload.
I am working on a macro for excel which has a userform where the user puts in the number of samples they have, then takes them to a new userform to input the weights of the samples. I want to be able to set the sample mass variable dynamically based on the number of samples they have…
spl1 spl2 spl3 . . . splx
x=number of samples
This number will be different each time so I am stumped at how to do this since I have just started in vba and do not know too much yet.
I run a machine that scans parts and is able to output the scans into Excel. Each part scanned creates a new sheet, and the number of sheets is variable as the number of parts scanned depends on the size of the lot. Also, since each part scanned is going to have a different number of features, the information being output on each sheet will be variable as well.
I am trying to figure out how to write a macro that will find the first feature, find the values for that feature I am looking for, output a max and min into a final sheet, and repeat for each feature, and for each sheet. I hope this is clear.
Is it possible to declare n variable names dynamically in a macro? For example: Cell A2 in Sheet1 contains the number of variables to be considered in the macro (n). I would like all the variables to take names in the macro from node1 to noden using the dim statement. I tried running a for loop:
LUTWK01, etc., are named ranges. I have the text "WK01", "WK02", "WK03" stored in other places, and would like to be able to concatenate "LUT" and the particular week (e.g., "WK01"). The formula that I've created, which isn't working is:
VLOOKUP(x,CONCATENATE("LUT",A1),y, false) where cell A1=WK01.
When I pull out just the CONCATENATE portion, it resolves to LUTWK01, but apparently this is not recognized as a range name. Any idea as to how I make the VLOOKUP formula recognize a concatenated range name? Or is there a better way to do this?
I've created a file that uses three different variable to poll up people's names that are available for the task. I've got it to work using long formulas, containing if, index, match, etc. It's working well, but I think that the spreedsheet will become difficult to maintain (delete or add people to). I'm looking for a way to simplify my code, so that it won't be as time consuming to edit.