I know that a variable of string type is equal to "" before it's assigned a value. So I reset the value of strings to empty (i.e. "") when I want them clear of a value. I also know that variables of Variant Type are equal to NULL when they are unassigned so I reset them to NULL when I want to clear them of a value.
But what about a Long? When you declare a variable of Long Type or Int Type or Double Type, what is it's inital value when empty and unassigned. I assume it's not 0 since 0 is an actual number.
I want to reset my lng variable and clear it of a value. So I'm wondering what should I set to... How can i do this?
I have Record ID on Column A: Auto Increment I have a vendor Name on Column B: Vendor 1, Vendor 2, Vendor 3 I have a Code on Column C, Code A, Code B
What I want to happen is the Counter to count +1 each time. it sees the same vendor, same code and only to count to 4. As soon as it counts to 4; the next counter should be 0 (Zero).
Col A Col B Col C Col D ======= ====== ===== ======= Record ID Vendor Code Counter ======= ====== ===== ======= 1 Vendor 1 Code A 1 2 Vendor 1 Code A 2 3 Vendor 1 Code A 3 4 Vendor 2 Code B 1 5 Vendor 1 Code A 4 6 Vendor 1 Code A 0 8 Vendor 2 Code B 2 9 Vendor 2 Code B 3 10 Vendor 1 Code B 4 12 Vendor 1 Code A 1 13 Vendor 1 Code A 2 14 Vendor 1 Code A 3 15 Vendor 2 Code B 0
When I execute a macro, and if during the macro execution I press the "Esc" key, the execution stops and I get a Microsoft Visual Basic window with the message that code execution has been interrupted with buttons to Continue, End, Debug and Help. If I click the "End" button, the window closes and Excel is at rest - which seems to be some sort of Reset process.
I have a need to execute that process while Excel is at rest.
i have cells A1 to A10 filled with numbers i have cells B1 to B10 blank what i need to do is when something is typed in cell B1 - A1 to A5 are reset to zero and when i type something in cell B2 - A2 to A6 reset to zero.
I have tried to do this as a range ie
A1- A10 have numbers in B1 - B10 copy these numbers and reset if anything is typed in C1 with this formula =IF(C1:C5="",A1,"0") what it should do is reset B1 to zero if anything is typed in C1-C5 but only when something is typed in C1 does this work ..
I am not experienced at all with Excel, here is my problem: In column "A": I have 288 rows and has nothing but numbers in them. Row 1 is the lowest number, row 288 is the highest number. In each row the numbers typically increase; every once in a while the numbers may stay the same, but the number will never be lower. The numbers range from 0 through 600,000.
What I want to do is have column "B" follow column "A" until the cell total reaches 12000. The next cell in column "B" would then reset and start all over from "0". I want it to keep on reseting every 12000 counts. Another potential problem is that a majority of the time the cell value will not be an even 12000, 24000, 36000 etc. They may be more like A40: 11742 A41: 13201 etc.
My spreadsheet has 459 rows; however, the vertical scroll bar ends at row 569738. I have attempted to delete all of the extra rows by holding SHIFT and CTRL, striking the down arrow then right-clicking on the left margin of highlighted row numbers and choosing delete. I have also done the same procedure except clicking clear all from the editing menu. None of these methods has removed the rows and enlarged the vertical scroll bar to a proportionate size in relation to the number of rows.
If I run the macro and get the message box too pop up because I did not move, the macro will not run. I have too choose another one before I can get the one I want to work. I guess it needs a reset if the message box comes up.
I'm a noob to programming in XL, and am teaching myself through a project for manipulating vectors. One thing that has me stumped is that when I open the file in which I'm working, I get a "This action will reset your project..." message.
On a worksheet the user can elect to view monthly data. The "From" and "To" months can be any they choose. For example, if they choose "JAN" and "JUN" as the "From" and "To" months, "JUL" through "DEC" are hidden from view.
I would like to be able to show "Year to Date" totals based on the "To" month. I refer to the "To" month as the "ActiveMonth".
This procedure captures the "To" month (the "ActiveMonth") based on their input:
Is it possible to press a cell on the worksheet to clear all entered data in the entire worksheet?
I have a worksheet that users enter several data in different pages and then print a report. The next user will have to clear all eneries and then enter their own data before printing the next report. At this time, we close the program and reopen it which is a bit of pain, just wondering if we could create a key (let call it "Reset all Forms" on the worksheet to press and clear all data.
I want to iterate a For Loop changing one variable each iteration until the Total from the For Loop equals zero. Each iteration of the Do Loop keeps the previous Total from the For Loop and adds it. How do I reset the For Loop to start from Total = 0 at the beginning of the For Loop?
I have a formula that counts total number matched items. I need revise it so that the count is never greater than 9. I've been trying several ways - but never get the right end results. So if I have 12 items, the answer will show 9 for those rows, then the next set of rows would show a count of 3. Here is the formula that gives me the count
I have a piece of code with some error handlers in it but for some reason the error handler can't deal with a second error. The example code below suffers from the same problem in that it falls over when it tries to process the i = "w" line for the second time. If you F8 through the code the error handler works the first time but not the second. Why is this and what can I do to get it to keep going to erH when it hits the i = "w" line?
Sub test() Dim i As Integer testing: On Error GoTo erH i = "w" erH: i = 1 GoTo testing End Sub
I am having around 80 - 90 radio buttons in my excel page for filling up the forms, but each time i need to give this to a new user i have to reset all the buttons manually, is there any way where in i can do this in one go and all the radio buttons are reset at once without me doing this manually.
if there is a way to reset the last used cell without saving? I have macro first brings in about 30,000 rows of data, but deletes most of it before it finishes running. This works fine, until the third time I try to refresh the report, when Excel won't let me insert another 30,000 rows of data because it would push the last used cell off the bottom of the report and that's apparently not okay, even if the cell is completely blank.
I have it set to automatically clear the blank rows and save when the report opens, but that doesn't help if they run it too often before that happens. I don't want to do a background save because they may have made changes that they don't want to save.
I have created a form containing a list box. This list box contains values (Items) that correspond to a particular product (i.e. each time I view a new product, I need to see a new list of items in the list box). I have used Userform_initialize to set the Items (see below). The values are themselves drawn from a spreadsheet. I have only pasted the piece of code in question - I have a lot more code prior to that in order to define the variable "varcount".
Userform_initialize Dim w As Workbook Dim varLine As Integer Dim varcount As Integer Dim vItem As String Set w = ThisWorkbook For counter = 1 To varcount Selection. Offset(0, 0).Select vItem = Selection.Value frmCheckTwinSku.lbTwinSku.AddItem (vItem) Selection.Offset(0, 1).Select Next counter.........................
I have a form that deals with 9 different parameters of human physiology. I can manually set each parameter to display "Normal" values, but then I use a Scroll Bar for each parameter that allows me to change from higher values to lower values and back again.
Is there coding for a Reset Button that will allow me to reset each Scroll Bar to "Normal' default values?