The form is completed by the project leader, then they hit a Command Button and it's sent to the Senior Manager. After the Senior Manager looks at it and approves it, he then sends it on to Admin (me!) so the project can get set up on all of our systems. We recently upgraded to Office 2007 (yes, we are a bit late!) and now the Macro that sends the form to Admin no longer works. An example of the error is as follows: Cannot run the Macro "FY06-10 PROJECTS 19-Jan-10 08-32'EmailtoAdmin.EmailtoAdmin'. The macro may not be available in this workbook or all Macros may be disabled.
Here is the code that I use to send it to the Senior Manager: Sub MailtoSM() Dim FileExtStr As String Dim FileFormatNum As Long Dim Sourcewb As Workbook Dim Destwb As Workbook Dim TempFilePath As String Dim TempFileName As String With Application .ScreenUpdating = False .EnableEvents = False End With Set Sourcewb = ActiveWorkbook ActiveSheet.Copy Set Destwb = ActiveWorkbook
I have a macros in my spreadsheet when I open it a number in the macros goes up 1 each time the worksheet is opened. I want to put this file on a server that can be accessed by various people. The problem I am getting is every time someone opens it from a different location with a different PC the number starts at 1 again. I want to keep the number going up 1 each time no matter who opens it.
How/ where to save macros. If I save a macro "normally" ("in this workbook") then it only applies to that one file, right? And I can't use it in any new files.
So what do I do if I want a macro I can use in "all" my Excel files?
And can I email a file containing a macro to a colleague, so he can work on the file, using the macro too?
I ask, because I've had trouble with this in the past (tho in MS Word) where I couldn't get the macro to be emailed along with the file...
Also - how can I get an .xls file with a macro to work in newer versions of Excel? And can I use Excel 2010 to save a file with a macro in an .xls format, so it can be opened in older Excel versions too?
So i have a macro that i wrote that willclean up these datafeeds that i get. i want to be able to use them for each spreadsheet. So the first bit i tried was saving a personal.xls file in the xlstart folder in XP (MSE 2003) . That would automatically pull up but when i tried to run the macro on other worksheets i get the generic 400 error.
the next thing i tried was copying the macro to a module and adding function tags and taking out the sub tags. i then "saved" that in the addins folder then tried assiging my custom button to is through the macros prompt. When i gave the title box the absolute path to the addins folder with clean.xla cited it said it was invalid, so i tried saving it just as clean.xla expecting it to locate the file there anyway.
this far each time i try to run the macro globally it says it cant find the current sheetname!macroname So i must be missing a step somewhere... can anyone give advice, i have searched the forum and couldnt find a similar problem for solutions.
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 71 bytes) in /home/eforum/public_html/search.php on line 1155. I have following macro, what worked just fine in 2003. Now I'm working with 2007 and I can't set up the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications Extensibility library. Here's the
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 have an Excel 2003 program that contains macros. One of the macros hides certain command bars and disables the worksheet menu bar. On close the opposite is true. The problem is, if a user uses the disable macros when opening then the worksheet menu bar and other command bars are still available. I would like to hide all of the data sheets and display another sheet that would normally be hidden displaying a message that the macros have to be enabled for the program to work correctly if disable macros is chosen. When the enable macros are used I would like the Error page to be hidden.
I have created a form in a worksheet which I have added questions too and then locked all cells except the ones where I want the answers in.
I have then added a button to the bottom of the sheet called "Print and Save". This work sheet is called "form"
On a second sheet called "database", I have all the titles of the questions running from a -> k and nother else.
What I want to happen is the user input the information on "form" into the boxes available. Once they have completed the questions, I want them to be able to click on "Print and Save" so that firstly the page "form" prints, and then for all of the answers to be saved in "database" below the titles for each question.
I have had a play, but just don't know where to start. Also, once there is a row of questions below the titles, I don't want it to overwrite information already there, it needs to go onto the next empty row available.
Attached is my excel file.
You will see in the code that I have the code for printing.. I just found this on the net and it seems to work fine for me.
I have a user that keeps a maintenance log in an Excel worksheet and sends an updated copy once a week to a board member. Two weeks ago, the board member started complaining that he was prompted to enable/disable macros on opening and became worried when my user stated that no macros were used in the book. He is now concerned that we have sent him a virus.
I know the file is clean because I've scanned it, and when I look at the file in VB, there are no modules or classes present just the Sheets 1-3 and the ThisWorkbook file. None of these objects have any code in them. My user does have some macros in PERSONAL.XLS but they are not used in the workbook in question.
No one else gets the prompt for enabling/disabling macros. Even if I set my security to prompt for any macros, I get no message. I'm convinced that there must be some setting in his Excel that is causing this individual to get this message. Is there anything else other than a macro that would cause this?
Is there a way to hide a macro from the list where you choose which to run, but not in the VBA editor? The userbox I just created calls upon 2 different macros, and has a macro to bring up the userbox. I need a way to hide the macros in Module3 from selection, but keep the macros in Module4 available to choose to run.
I have two macros. Macros 1 opens another excel file, counts the number of rows it has, inserts that number of rows into the master file and then copies the data over. Key code as follows (x3 for 3 worksheets)... For k = 1 To numrows Selection.EntireRow.Insert Next k
Macros 2 'cleans' the appended data by systematically going through each row, checking if certain cells have data, and if not deletes the rows. Key code as follows (x3 for 3 worksheets)...
For l = lastrow To 12 Step -1 If WorksheetFunction.CountA(Range("B" & l & ":C" & l)) = 0 Then Rows(l & ":" & l).Select Selection.Delete Shift:=xlUp edelrows = edelrows + 1 End If Next l
Here's the weirdness. macros 1 runs fairly quick the first time out (few seconds). Macros 2 takes about 2 minutes to run (which I'm fine with). However, when I run macros 1 AFTER running Macros 2, Macros 1 goes from taking a few seconds to a few minutes.
how to use excel 4 macros. I do not even know where to put them. I have inherited some spreadsheets that have both Xcel 4 Macros and vba macros in them. (Well, I get a warning that I cannot switch them off when I disable macros on opening a workbook). I cannot even find the offending version 4 macros so that I can re-code them in VBA.
I have a workbook with several users. I'd like to present the user with a message when he/she hits the save or save as button, such as "Have all entries been verified?" with a yes or no option.Need to allow save when either button (yes or No) is entered.
Is there a way to save a formula in Excel, or do I need to use the macro function. I would rather not use a macro due to how simple the formula is but I use it often enough that I do not want to retype it each time.
I have excel 2003 for XP and I have a excel file that is a csv. I used easyfilter to filter my results. (I wanted to delete complete rows that had no information in a certain field in column) Everytime I complete the task and try to save it, it tells me file.csv may contain features that are not compatible with csv do you want to keep the workbook is this format? -to keep this format, which leaves out any incompatible features, click yes. -to preserve the features, click no. then save a copy in the lastest excel format.
My question is this...is there a way to bypass this? Is there a simpler way to delete those rows without using easyfilter so that I can save it after the rows have been deleted.
I have an Excel doc with ~20 tabs. Each type represents 1 type of activities (soccer, tennis, etc). The size of the file (with the 20 tabs) is pretty significant (>1mb), which jams our email traffic.
Is it possible to: - keep this workbook with the 20 tabs when open by the user; - let the user select and fill in whatever tab he needs (just one at a time); - have a button for the user to click that will save only this tab with a different filename (therefore, when sent by email, the file should be pretty small).
I tried to implement many other Saveas macros into it. from other post and members. I can't seem to get it to work. As the macro is, It saves the copy to My Documents. But, I need it to save to the dierctory below. Any help will be appreciated.