I searched these forums for any old posts to work around this but did not find any threads. If anybody knows a good thread about this, I would be greatful.
Basically I run some code to generate Startcolumn, StartRow, EndColumn, EndRow. If there is a limitation of 256, the code is basically useless. I don't know of a way to use the A1 range method whilst using the Range("A1:....")
I am trying to build a macro which will format the columns of a spreadsheet - basically it inserts some columns, writes formulas and highlights them. Here is a code I have got so far...
When I try to run this I get a run time error 1004 - Method 'Range' of 'Object'_Global' failed. The part of the code Range("N2:N").FormulaR1C1 = "=(RC[-7]/RC[-2])"
is highlighted in the debugger.
Can anyone tell me why this is happening, also it would be great if you could suggest better ways of writing this code - as I am new to vba programming and most of my macros are built using the recorder and then 'working' on them.
I have an interesting error that only happens when there is one row of data in the worksheet (sheet2 or "Half Payout"). Rows 1 & 2 are headers, row 3 is when the data starts - if any. With either no rows of data or more than one the coding works just fine. Here is the exact error message I'm getting: Run-time error '1004': Method 'Range' of object '_Worksheet' failed.
The following code is supposed to sort the rows of data when opened and then activate the first open cell below B2.
I found the following code on your forum, but get the following error:
Run time error '1004'. Autofill method of Range class failed.
The error occurs when the spreadsheet either have 1 row of data completed or no data, can I get code to ignore the autofill when I only have 1 row or no rows completed in various spreadsheets. I have attached a copy of the spreadsheet.
I am trying to create a macro in my personal macro book such that whenever any workbook is opened the calculation settings (tools, options, calculation tab) are set to semiautomatic and do not calculate before save. The macro works when I am opening Excel itself (Book1) but when I open an already saved file it gives me
Run-time error '1004'
Method 'Range' of object'_Global' failed
From there I choose Debug, the VBE window comes up, and I hit F5 to continue the code without doing any actual debugging. Here is the code that I am using. This is in the Personal Macro book on the "This Workbook" section....
I have a userform that allows the user to view, modify or delete individual records (rows) of a worksheet in a workbook. If a particular item in a record is modified, a check occurs to ensure that the values for that item remain unique. All of that works exactly the way I need. The breakdown occurs when the records are then autosorted by a the values in a particular column. After the autosort, another column of values is copied and pasted to a different worksheet within the same workbook. For this to work properly, I must have the userform open along with the worksheet containing the records. If the userform is open with any other worksheet open, I get the following VBA error message "Run-time Error '1004' : Slect method of Range class failed". I need to be able to open the userform with any worksheet active and not experience this error when the autosort, copy/paste occurs. This is the code for the user form, the module for autosort, copy/paste and checking for unue values.
This is the sub in the worksheet with the records
'This checks for unique values Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Excel.Range) Dim LLoop As Integer Dim LTestLoop As Integer Dim Lrows As Integer Dim LRange As String Dim LChangedValue As String Dim LTestValue As String Dim smessage As String 'Test first 7 rows in spreadsheet for uniqueness Lrows = 8 LLoop = 2 'Check first 7 rows in spreadsheet While LLoop <= Lrows.........................
I have constructed the following code to set the print area of worksheets that have been selected to print to the range referenced in a worksheet level named range "xPrintArea". This named range is set using the OFFSET function. The procedure also sets the left footer to be a copyright notice that is also contained in a cell referenced by a named range.
Set oPrintArea = Range(sPrintAreaName)
is generating the error "Methd 'Range' of object '_Global' failed".
Note that the line
Set oCopyrightNotice = Range("CopyrightNotice")
does not generate this error. From what I've been able to determine from other research on this forum and others, I believe the problem is that I need to more fully qualify the object which Range(sPrintAreaName) is referencing. I've already tried to use
Set oPrintArea = wkSht.Range(sPrintAreaName).................
I am using the following code and I'm getting a Run-time error '1004' error. When I reconstruct the macro one line at a time and run the macro between adding each new line - no error. After reconstructing the macro in its entirety, I can run it once with no error. However, if I try to run it again immediately after that, I get the error and I keep getting the error every time I run it from there on. I dont understand how it can work once and then stop working. Here is the full
Sub MoveToRoster() ActiveSheet. Unprotect Dim item As Long Dim myString1 As String Dim myString2 As String Dim myString3 As String item = InputBox("Please Confirm The Row Number Of The Child To Be Moved To The Roster.") myString1 = "c" & item & ":e" & item myString2 = "g" & item & ":n" & item myString3 = "c" & item & ":e" & item & ",g" & item & ":p" & item ..........................
Newcomer to Excel 2007 but long time programmer for Excel 2003. I am having problems with code that I feel should work. Code fails at the Select command with a "Run-time error '1004': Select method of Range class failed:
I am using Excel 2007 and the following code is generating an error 1004 (Method 'Range' of object '_Worksheet' failed) on the .Range select line. I am trying to select a bunch of noncontiguous ranges and then format them all at one time.
With Sheet1 .Range("B9:G9,B10:D11,E10:E11,F10:G11,A13:G13,A14:D20,E14:E20,F14:G20,A22:H22,A23:D24,E23:F24, G23:H24,A26:H26,A27:D28,E27:F28,G27:H28,B30:G30,B31:C32,D31:E32,F31:G32,B34:G34,B35:B36,E35:E36,C35:D36,F35: G36,B38,B39:C40,D39:D40,E39:F40,B42:G42,B43:D50,E43:E50,F43:G50,A52:G52,A53:C54,D53:D54,E53:G54, G61:G62,H65:H66,A56:H56,A57:H60,A61:F62,A64:H64,A65:G66").Select With Selection.Interior .Pattern = xlNone .TintAndShade = 0 .PatternTintAndShade = 0 End With End With
I've written longer lines of code, so I don't think it's a line length issue. Is there a limit to the number of ranges or cells that Excel can select at one time?
I keep getting this "Run-time error '1004', Method ' Range' of object '_Global' failed" Here is the code that has the problem:
Option Explicit Dim i As Long Dim j As Long Dim lDup As Long Dim lRow As Long Dim NoDupes As Collection Dim rRng As Range Dim Rng1 As Range Dim Rng2 As Range Dim Rng3 As Range Dim Swap1 As Variant Dim Swap2 As Variant Dim wks As Worksheet
Private Sub UserForm_Initialize() Call DefaultSet For lDup = 1 To 3 Call NonDuplicatesList(lDup) Next lDup End Sub.....................
It does not even loop once though the original UserForm_Initialize For/Next loop.
I have a sheet that will force user to enable macro before revealing the sheets and enabling them to key in data. But because I need to protect the workbook from user deleting sheets and also having some locked cells. I got the run-time error 1004 unable to set visual property of worksheet class
Im almost finished my first code where the basic idea was to make activecell.name=activecell.value in the first column for the first 3 sheets. After messing with it i figured i couldnt have spaces in the cell name...then i learned i couldnt have random '()-'/ either. So i have the code formatted to do that and then its supposed to call to rename everything as well. but after the 1 sheets column is renamed the 2nd sheet gets error 1004 when range("A3").select is hit. What gives?
This is what ill be using the code on
Here is the code
Code: Sub RemoveChars() ' Works through first 3 sheets ' Sheets(1).Select
I am using the below code to select some spreadsheets under a folder, open them, select the entire font, change it to Arial and close the file. I am passing the file names from Column A and calling the below procedure in a loop. Everything works fine except the below problem.
If the file name I passed doesn't exist or the file is not accessable, I am getting an error message "File cannot be accessed. The file may be read only......" with two options "Retry" and "Cancel". When I click Cancel , it takes me to my code and stops at the line marked in red with Run-Time error '1004', Method 'Open' of Object 'Workbooks' failed. When the above error occurs , I need to just pass the value "ERROR" to ErrMsg filed and proceed further with the next file name.
Sub ChangeFont(FileName As String) Dim objXL, objWb, objR ' Excel object variables Dim Title, Text, tmp, i, j, file, name Dim strPathToSaveTo As String Dim strFileName As String Dim wkb As Workbook Dim wkb2Print As Workbook strFileName = FileName Application. ScreenUpdating = False Set wkb2Print = Workbooks.Open(strFileName) Cells.Select With Selection.Font .name = "Arial" .............
I have 4 command buttons (A-D) so that the users can update after inputting new or revised Data. My problem is that if updated in order, button D Macro below stops at the first "Selection.AutoFilter..." as if it cannot turn on the Auto Filter.
It will run if I manually set the AutoFilter on the sheet.
I think, and as I am completely new to this please feel free to correct me, the reason that it stops is that on the Button B is a "AdvancedFilter" Macro.