I have a macro that copies my selected area on one workseet, for example B2:M120 on Sheet 1, over to A10 on sheet 2, then prints sheet 2 and then clears the data that was just added leaving sheet 2 as a "clean" template for next use.
Is it possible to add code to the print macro that would look at column G of my selected area and print all rows that had say "cat" in column G on one sheet, all rows with "dog" on another set of sheet 2's, and repeats until all rows of my original selection have been printed?
I thought maybe paste the whole selection then filter, hide unwanted rows, print, repeat but I can't figure out how to repeat and alternate what rows are hidden.
I'm open to any way of doing this, we currently do it by repeating the "select area" but as my real life use replaces "cat" and "dog" with a 9 digit number we are having issues with some rows getting skipped while others get doubled up.
I have column A which shows the quantity of a product that I have in stock
A1: 20 A2: 20 A3: 20
I also have column D which shows an increasing income, the amount of the increase varies daily but what I need to achieve is that every time cell D is greater than 50 then cell A4 should be the sum of A3 + the number of '50's that were in D3.
So in this example A4 would increase to 22 (because I can spend 100 on 2 items of stock) and cell E3 would show the balance. In this example its 7.35
I have a document needed to be printed with some pages in the middle in landscape page type, the rest in portrait. If using Word it would be easier, but in Excel I cant find the section break to chage page setup separately. Is there anyway to do it. Currently I'm printing the document separately in portrait and then landscape with some page break added and page number modified. However it's quite troublesome and easy to make mistake.
I have a spreadsheet with 2 worksheets. On the first "active parts" I have a list of active part numbers and on the second "All Parts" I have all of the parts available.
I want to compare every part in the All Parts worksheet to see if the part number exists on the Active Parts sheet - if it's there, I would like it to return the value "Active" in column B in All Parts. I have a formula in column B in All Parts that seems to work for the first few, but as soon as it finds one that is active, the rest of the cells below all return "Active".
I have sheets with names of people in columns....some married...some not. When they are married, here's a sample format...
Jones, Donald T | Baker, Sarah Jane | Jones, Sarah Jane | Smith, Sarah J | Jones, Sarah Jane Smith
In this example, I would like to be able to determine which of the Sarah's belongs to Donald w/o having to visually look at each record ( 100,000's of records). (FYI: the names for Sarah would/could be her Maiden Name and possibly a name or two from a former marriage). What I need to be able to do is match and extract the names of Jones, Donald T and Jones, Sarah Jane and Jones, Sarah Jane Smith and eliminate Smith, Sarah J and Baker, Sarah Jane.
In my example, Donald is in the first column, but can be in any column on a row so the name positions are random across the columns. However, the format for each column is then same...Last Name, First Name Middle Name(or Initial) with a comma always after the last name in each column. The length of the last name also varies.
VBA or Formula that will search the cells in the columns of each row and return the names (complete contents of the cells with matching last names) that have a matching last name for that row.
I have a vba macro that takes data from one workbook and pastes it into another workbook. In doing this I have declared a few variables of type single (I only need two decimal precision). However, when I copy the values from the cells on the source workbook and paste them into the target workbook, the numbers end up having 12 decimal places. Ultimately, this extra precision causes my totals to be off by .01 or more after a while. I have tried rounding the number as I pull it off the source workbook into the variable, but that didn't matter. How do I solve this problem? Code for pulling data from source workbook:...
Basically, I want to format a group of cells to display 1 decimal figure if the number is not a whole number. If the number is a whole number (or if the rounded first decimal place is 0) I want it to display no decimal.
I need to convert a column of numbers currently formatted with 2 decimal places e.g. 112.12 to 4 decimal places (without the decimal point). I need the end result to be 1121200. I've tried a few different suggestions given on the forum previously but can't seem to retain the 4 decimal places that I require.
I am trying to create a unique sample code by putting together the values of other cells that a user will input. It's all working well apart from the last part, where I am trying to include a decimal number. I want the decimal number to appear without the central "." and in a four digit format. e.g. 2.5 would appear as 0250, 14.25 would appear as 1425. This is the formlua I am using currently:
I'm trying to use a formula in conditional formatting to highlight a cell red if the cell contains a 0 but the date shown in another cell has passed. I want to copy the formatting throughout a column but I don't want the cell to highlight if there is no date in the other cell concerned.
I receive an extraction from AutoCAD that lists the electrical devices in a drawing. I don't have any problems extracting the letters. I have a problem extracting the device number and the device number extension.
The device label extraction is similar to this: DCM1005-1 DCM1005-10 DCM1005A MTR1005-1 MTR1005-10 MTR1005A
I want to create 3 columns from the device label: (I separated the column with commas) A1, B1, C1, D1 DCM1005-1, DCM, 1005, 1 DCM1005-10, DCM, 1005, 10 DCM1005A, DCM, 1005, A MTR1005-1, MTR, 1005, 1 MTR1005-10, MTR, 1005, 10 MTR1005A, MTR, 1005, A
I have 10 very large workbooks that are all setup in the same format. In column Z is a numerical value from 1 to 83. I have been trying to filter the sheet and then copy one at a time from 1 to 83 but that takes a LONG time especially when there is 10 workbooks to do.
Is there anyway I can run a function or macro or something that would just automatically look down the column Z and put each row into a it's own workbooks?
I have attached a sample of what the workbooks look like right now.
I have a giant data sheet. I have to cherry pick certain data out of the list and send it to certain associates, in a new spreadsheet.
I want to do this automatically.
I can create the macro to select the data I want, and copy it over (values only), but I cannot find out how to do it in a new sheet with a new name that automatically gets generated with a unique filename (probably using the date).
Essentially, I want to copy my data spreadsheet (post-filter) into a new spreadsheet titled X mm-dd (where X is whatever I pick). I then want to delete several rows from it.
Ideally, the macro would do this (I will put a * next to things I can handle the code for, to save work):Filter Data * Copy Data * Create a New Spreadsheet named (Person's Name) mm-dd.xls Paste Data (values, formats, column widths) to the new spreadsheet * Delete Several Columns from the new spreadsheet * Rename the sheet it's been pasted to Re-filter data (new filter) * Copy Data * Paste Data (values, formats, column widths) to the same spreadsheet, only Sheet 2 * Set the header of the spreadsheet with (Person's Name) and the date Save the new spreadsheet
There will be as few as 1 sheet (in which case I would only want one worksheet in the new excel file), or as many as 4 sheets. I don't need a fancy way to do this, as it will only be done once a week, and I can just make the various cases required to do it even if it isn't pretty, but I can't figure out how to manipulate other files that haven't been created yet...
I have some files on disk where I need to copy a part of the file name to make a search in our database. The files are PDF. They can have a long name of short. The only thing that does not change is the last part.
The last part ends like this: 1234_vw golf_Es_1234567_20140321.pdf
I'm interested in the part in red to be taken out and put in a cell to the right of the file name.
I used the below code that I found googling. Now I just to cut the part out in red to be able use it in my search in a easier way.
I'm making a project where there's a list of skills and next to each skill is a cell where the user can put how many skill points are in that particular skill. Now, on a separate worksheet is the place where it shows the consolidation of what skills they know, and how many points are in each. My question is, how can I copy over these skills and how many ranks are in each, without copying over the skills in which they put no points.
I have some values in column A which looks like those in table which is shown down bellow. I have somewhere in the middle of that column one empty cell. Of course i have empty cells after the last value. I want formulas or macro or anything which will cut that column in that empty cell and all cells bellow the empty one put in column B from A1, and all cells above the empty one put in column C from A1. I tried everything but i have problem because i dont know how to eliminate empty cells bellow the last cell with value.
I am going to use Excel sheets as computer exam forms. What I need to know is: Is there a way of protecting parts of an excel worksheet from alteration? I want a sheet that will accept answers in specific areas only, and will not accept entries or alterations in other areas.
I often come across a situation where I know a given total, and I know it comes from numbers within a given list, but I do not know which particular numbers they are. The onyl way to find out is to add every single combination of all the numbers in the list. I want to know if there is any formula within Excel which would help me to do that, given that the numbers of combinations are:
Number of items in list Number of combinations 1 1 2 3 3 7 4 15 5 31 6 63 7 127 8 255 9 511 10 1023 Obviously, I would like to be able to do this for any number of items.