I have numerous spreadsheets that I need to open and unhide a sheet, that has XML data stored in cell A1. What I need to do is copy that data in cell A1 and paste it into a text document and save that as an XML file saved as the XLS workbook name with a date stamp.
I'm running into many issues, the main issue is the saving as current file name, and the formatting of the text/XML file.
Here is my current code, which doesn't reference the current file name and is just very generic. Once I get the saving as file-name correct and the formatting of the xml file correct, I will work on it a bit more.
Code: Sub Test() Dim Rng As Range Dim wb As Workbook Set Rng = Range("A1:A2") Set wb = Workbooks.Add With wb Rng.Copy
I have this code (got it from here: [url] that saves worksheets as separate workbooks. It works perfectly fine for that but I would like to save each worksheet as a text file (tab delimited). I tried changing FileFormat:=xlNormal to FileFormat:=xlFile but a debug error occurs.
Sub MakeMultipleXLSfromWB() 'Split worksheets in current workbook into ' many separate workbooks D.McRitchie, 2004-06-12 'Close each module AND the VBE before running to save time ' provides a means of seeing how big sheets really are 'Hyperlinks and formulas pointing to other worksheets within ' the original workbook will usually be unuseable in the new workbooks. Dim CurWkbook As Workbook Dim wkSheet As Worksheet Dim newWkbook As Workbook Dim wkSheetName As String Dim shtcnt(3) As Long
found the following code which works for 1 workbook at a time. I am trying to save 7 workbooks at 1 time. Is it possible?
Sub SaveAsCell() Dim strName As String
On Error Goto InvalidName strName = Sheet1. Range("V77") ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs strName
It will work on the first sheet but none after that. I need to have each workbook saved with the value in cell V77. Also if that is possible, is it possible to change where the file is saved as well?
Right now I have a master workbook that will open the 7 other workbooks, paste data onto several pages in each workbook. I would like the macro to save the workbooks. The workbooks are named: 02 Tuesday, 03 Wednesday, 04 Thursday, 05 Friday, 06 Saturday, 07 Sunday, 08 Monday.
I've got a macro set up to copy a range of cells in one workbook, open another existing workbook, and then paste that range. So far so good.
However, I need the macro to also save a copy of that second workbook with a filename that is derived from the original workbook.
To be a bit clearer, let me give an example of how I'd like this to work. Let's say the original workbook is titled Pickle2014-03-14.Raw.xlsm, and I have a second workbook titled UploadFormat.xlsx. I want to run the macro in Pickle2014-03-14.Raw.xlsm, have the data pasted to UploadFormat.xlsx, then save UploadFormat.xlsx with the file name Pickle2014-03-14.Final.xlsx.
I have the following code which is part of a much larger macro which is converting a number so that the the trailing zero in the number 49.50 appears in the formula bar. This is essential as the eventual csv file links to an external printing program which only prints what is sees.
My problem is that this fix works when the file is saved in excel format, but when I save it in CSV format the number reverts to 49.5. How can I convert the original number which appears as 49.5 in the formula bar and is viewed a 00000050 in the file that the sent through. I cannot convert using the text to columns when the file is opened as the other codes in the original file need to maintain the original formatting.
Sub mc003() For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets ws.Activate
My company has files that are already in use. I don't know too many details about how they work, but somehow saving the file will screw it up and my boss has to go back and reset something or other to correct it. Obviously it's connected to some other software somewhere. The code below will block Save and Save-As. BUT how do I get the file to hold onto the code without actually saving the file after the code is added (since the file shouldn't be saved)?
VB: Private Sub Workbook_BeforeSave(ByVal SaveAsUI As Boolean, Cancel As Boolean) If SaveAsUI = False Then Cancel = True
I have a workbook with numerous worksheets that contain text, steps actually. I would like to select all common words and change their formatting to bold. Every time I try however, it formats the entire cell in bold. Is there a way to isolate just the word "click" for instance in all the cells in each worksheet and change the formatting to bold, and leave the other text within the cell normal?
I've encountered a bit of an odd one. I am opening a tab delimited file, which has been sved as an xls. When I open from file manager, it opens correctly. When I open from Excel, I have to go through 3 screen dictating how the data is set up, and the end result is that a couple of the numbers come through as text, rather than numbers.
Failing an explanation - how do you open workbooks as file system objects - currently I am opening them using
I want macro which export each excel column to new text file. The data in excel file is number. The column has only 5 rows that means each new text file should contain five lines of one column. It looks simple but couldn't manage to do macro for it. I have very big data set in one excel file, and have to be splitted into text files. The file name in new text files can be any kind as long as it can be in some sort of order for each export.
I have a spreadsheet that imports data, manipulates it then deletes 2 of the sheets then saves the file under a different name to the network. Is there any way to save this new worksheet without it storing the macros - so when the user open it, only the data is there and they get no prompt to enable macros?
I am setting up a "save as" macro that saves a file by replacing another file in a folder. Even though the macro has been recorded by approving the replacement (the prompt appears "the file --- already exists. Do you want to replace the existing file?"), when I run the macro, I am again prompted about replacing the file. Is it possible to avoid the prompt so the file is automatically saved by replacing the named file?
I was wondering if there is a way to write a macro that will take an excel file that I have called Alldata and then have it copy the first two sheets to a new workbook named something else( FullSparameter_0) and then copy the name of the third and fourth sheet into the new FullSparameter_0 workbook and then copy column A-E from sheet dB Alldata.xls and paste it into the FullSparameter_0.xls workbook in the same dB sheet in the same spot. And do the same thing with the Phase Sheet. i know this sounds confusing, but im really new to the VBA stuff.
I just need 15 different files from the original Alldata.xls that will be named FullSparameter_0, FullSparameter_1, .., FullSparameter_14. but each file will have the same two first sheets, Setup Information and Cal Verification, and the same last two sheet names, dB and Phase, but then in the dB and phase sheets, it will copy over the next four columns of data. so in FullSparameter_0 it will have column A-E from sheet dB in Alldata.xls in the dB sheet in FullSparameter_0 (Same with the Phase Sheets). Then in FullSparameter_1 it will have column A and Columns F,G,H and I (for dB and Phase). In fullSparameter_2 it will have column A and then J,K,L and M. Each FullSparameter_X will have the exact same first two sheets and then the other columns for the last two sheets will be pasted into columns A-E in dB and Phase.
I have one sheet for each day of the month with a table that has Employee Name, Reason, and Expected Return. I need to copy each line into the monthly sheet, but each day may have varying number of rows. Needless to say I would like to do this without copying lots of blank lines into my consolidated sheet.
I am trying to save my workbook in a specific directory with a specific filename and to incorporate a date field from within the spreadsheet. I have changed the format of the cell so it does not include / as i know this would not work. Saving it is the easy part but adding in the field from the spreadsheet is where im falling over.
i have a workbook blank template for my colleagues to fill in, they fill in this blank template and save it under the serial number of the item they are creating. However a lot of errors exist when they input the serial number inside the workbook where the serial number is a duplicate of a former serial number.
Anyhow i was wondering is there any way when they input the serial number into the worksheet that i could get it to save in a separate workbook and then have conditional formatting to check those serial numbers in the workbook to see if they match?
I am trying to e-mail a portion of a spreadsheet that I have. My approach is the following: I save a copy in a temporary folder, open that copy, remove all the sheets that I don't need to send out, save it (same name as the e-mail subject), and then e-mail as an attachment.
The current approach does not remove the macros and references though. I use the following to remove the macros and references:
I have a huge workbook that takes up a lot of memory. The user saves her work every day by saving the entire workbook. Hence, we are using up a lot of hard drive space. I have been trying to find a way to save the relevant worksheets in a format that consumes less disk space. I find that if I save a single worksheet as a web page without the option of interactivity the file is only about 50k. But I need to save three worksheets, not just one. Is there any way to do this? If not, is there any other SAVE AS method that allows one to save three worksheets at a reduced file size? I do not need interactivity, I simply need for the user to be able to go back and view the relevant information in each file.
In my program I have prevented the user from saving the Workbook with the following code
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeSave(ByVal SaveAsUI As Boolean, Cancel As Boolean) Dim p As String Cancel = True Do While Cancel = True p = InputBox("Enter password to save file:", "Password Required To Save", "") If p = "Enter Password Here" Then Cancel = False Else yn = MsgBox("Wrong password. Try again?", vbYesNo, "Invalid Password") If yn = vbNo Then Exit Sub End If End If Loop End Sub
I also need to prevent the user, when they use the save as, from saving certain worksheets. Ex: There are 6 worksheets in the workbook. I only want them to be able to save the first three. Issues: One of the workbooks that I want to allow them to change has a tab name that changes frequently.
I have a workbook with several worksheets in it. 4 of them have macros written in them, some do not. I protected each sheet with a password and made it so that users couldn't select any "locked" cells, and did this on ALL the worksheets. I noticed now that, just upon opening the workbook (not running any macros yet), on the sheets with macros I'm able to select locked cells (which is wrong), but the sheets without macros still function correctly. I think that this may have to do with Excel's default protecting arrangement where you can select either locked or unlocked cells. I specifically locked all worksheets with the correct arrangement but every time I open the workbook some of the worksheets default back to Excel's default arrangement. What can I do about this problem? I need this configuration to follow the workbook and not the specific computer it's on. Many users are going to use this, and can't be able to select locked cells. My macros do unprotect and re-protect the sheets to run, and I'd wonder if I can edit these to protect the sheets in a different configuration (which I don't think I can do with regards to being able to select locked cells) but these macros don't even run before this happens, and the worksheet open event doesn't involve any unlocking or re-locking (it just disables the cut and drag-and-drop functions.
To this point I have been able to successfully write code that will save a constant set of worksheets as a pdf. However, I would now like to alter it to be able to dynamically select the desired worksheets from a list box (I have been able to populate my list box) and then save as a pdf. The last step is where I am have issues. This is what I have thus far..
Dim relativePath As String Dim Selected As Long
For Selected = 0 To ListBox1.ListCount - 1 If ListBox1.Selected(Selected) = True Then Sheets("Summary").Range("Q65536").End(xlUp)(2, 1) = ListBox1.List(Selected) ListBox1.Selected(Selected) = False
I have got a master workbook and I have written macro to copy and paste data on another workbook. write a macro to save the new workbook to a file path with a file name where both file name and path are stored in master workbook sheet...