I mean renaming tabs on the sheets, the tabs at the moment are called Output 1 (*****) instead of Sheet 1 etc.. and i would like that changed to contents in cell A9. If possible only the Output 1 will be removed and it will change to something similar "X-Ray (5E4TT)"
i have a workbook with worksheets named Output 1 (*****)
(the stars being a five digit/letter code - the only thing that changes on the workbook)
now the problem is, i pull of reports and sometimes worksheets can be up to one hundred.. now in cell a9 is the name of the report. I have found vba code to rename sheets to cell contents **extract below**
but any chance of renaming contents of cell a9 to a worksheet named Output 1 (*****) etc.. and if the contents of cell a9 can be trimmed so only certain part of a lengthy title
For i = 1 To Sheets.Count If Worksheets(i).Range("A1").Value <> "" Then Sheets(i).Name = Worksheets(i).Range("A1").Value End If Next
I've undertaken a project for work with my very very limited knowledge of Excel VB.
What I am trying to do is automate the process of creating a new worksheet in a "Master" Workbook, rename and save that worksheet with the date it was created.
Each worksheet will hold a list of dates for staff members who have attended or attempted courses for that week and the information will come in via email in separate pre-created worksheet templates. The consolidated weekly data will ultimately end up in an MS Access db (but needs to be sorted and validated before upload).
I've currently got a problem with renaming the ActiveSheet when multiple worksheets are present. The code below, utilizes existing fields on the worksheet and a concat with static text. The code works great if only one sheet is present. However, as soon as the second sheet is inserted in the workbook, I'm now receiving a 1004 error (application-defined or object-defined error).
Code: Private Sub updateWorksheetName_Click() Dim fNumber Dim pCheckNumber
Hope i can get some help here as my vba experience is extremely limited. I'm trying to run a macro from a spreadsheet that will go down a list of file names that i have entered in a worksheet where the macro resides and open those spreadsheets and rename the worksheets in each file according to a list of names that i have entered in the 10 columns next to the file name. It's easier to explain with the layout of my macro spreadsheet: ....
The pictures' filenames are #s which are located in Column A of the spreadsheet. I would like to be able to have excel take the picture name, lookup which Row it is and then add the information from Column B, C, D and E into the filename. It would need to do it for all the pictures located in the folder.
I need to rename a large number of .pdf files. I have a list of the current file names in column A and the desired file names in column B.
Data in excel sheet1:
Current NameDesired Name AAA-BBB-001.PDFAAA-BBB-001-Description.PDF AAA-BBB-002.PDFAAA-BBB-002-Description.PDF AAA-BBB-003.PDFAAA-BBB-003-Description.PDF AAA-BBB-004.PDFAAA-BBB-004-Description.PDF AAA-BBB-005.PDFAAA-BBB-005-Description.PDF
I keep them in the destination folder below:
I prefer to use an excel macro since I can't install any additional software on my work computer.
I have a VBA Code which executes SSIS Package. Before executing that package i need to open the excel sheet saved in C:SSISPackages and rename sheet "SSISP"and then close the sheet..It will not be sheet1 but someother names(cannot guess)..
Iīd like to have a single workbook for each calendar year, with a tab for each date Monday through Friday (like 11-Jun, 12-Jun, etc.). I could then type the patients` names and times of arrival, among the other information I track. Alternatively, I could have a workbook for each month of each year (titled for example 2007 June or 2008 August), with the tabs titled by the date of the month (like 1, 4, 10, etc).
Is there an easy way to do this without manually renaming each tab for each day of the year?
If itīs too hard to limit the macro to create tabs for only the days of the workweek, it wouldnīt bother me if the workbook had to include every day of the week (Sunday-Saturday). I can always go back and delete the unnecessary ones.
I got a workbook containing a worksheet called APheb1.
I would like to create a macro that would replicate this worksheet and rename it APheb2, APheb3 etc... till a number i specify. For example if i specify 90, then it would replicate APheb1 90 times till APheb90.
I have recorded a macro that replicates the file but i cannot find a solution for the renaming part.
In the old Excel it is possible to rename a chart by pressing SHIFT+Mouse Click and then write a new name in the upper left corner name box. You can apparently do the same thing in Excel 2007, but the new name doesn't stick.
Every week I get a folder full of files and I have to rename them with a week ending date...Below is what I hacked together, but it's not working...
Dim OldName, NewName, npath As String weekendingdate = InputBox("What is W/E Date??") npath = "J:Test*.pdf" While Smith "" OldName = Smith: NewName = Smith & weekendingdate Name OldName As NewName Wend
is there any way that i can adjust this code so that if there are not enough worksheets in my workbook to support my list that more worksheets will be made and renamed? Specifically I would like to copy the first worksheet and then rename it based on my list. also... If I have more worksheets than my list requires it can delete unused worksheets?
Sub NameSheets() Dim i As Long Dim ws As Worksheet i = 1 For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets If ws.Name "Sheet Names" Then ws.Name = Sheets("Sheet Names").Cells(i, 1) i = i + 1 Next ws End Sub
I have a list on "Sheet Names" that changes the tab names on each sheet when i run the macro