Setting Criteria1 / Range In Auto-Filter
Mar 2, 2012
Currently (as of Today() = 3/02/2012) in my code my autofiltered range rng is SET to:
View 3 Replies
Jun 7, 2008
rng.AutoFilter Field:=12, Criteria1:=""
I want to filter the data: [the data I have In "Sheet1]"
View 2 Replies
May 1, 2014
Selection.AutoFilter Field:=1, Criteria1:="5"
Selection.AutoFilter Field:=2, Criteria1:="6"
Selection.AutoFilter Field:=3, Criteria1:="7"
Selection.AutoFilter Field:=4, Criteria1:="99"
and now I want to copy from "Sheet1" to "Sheet2" but only Field:=4, where criteria1:="99"; In "Sheet2" I want to paste my filtered data to:
Range("B1,D1,F1,H1,J1,L1,N1,P1,R1,T1,V1,X1,Z1," & _
"AB1,AD1,AF1,AH1,AJ1,AL1,AN1,AP1,AR1,AT1,AV1,AX1,AZ1," & _
"BB1,BD1,BF1,BH1,BJ1,BL1,BN1,BP1,BR1,BT1,BV1,BX1,BZ1," & _
"CB1,CD1,CF1,CH1,CJ1,CL1,CN1,CP1,CR1,CT1,CV1,CX1,CZ1," & _
"DB1,DD1,DF1,DH1,DJ1,DL1,DN1,DP1,DR1,DT1,DV1,DX1,DZ1," & _
"EB1,ED1,EF1,EH1,EJ1,EL1,EN1,EP1,ER1,ET1,EV1,EX1,EZ1," & _
"FB1,FD1,FF1,FH1,FJ1,FL1,FN1,FP1,FR1,FT1,FV1,FX1,FZ1," & _
"GB1,GD1,GF1,GH1,GJ1,GL1,GN1,GP1,GR1,GT1,GV1,GX1,GZ1," & _
"HB1,HD1,HF1,HH1,HJ1,HL1,HN1,HP1,HR1,HT1,HV1,HX1,HZ1," & _
I found a great bit of Advanced Filter code that works great, and fixed a problem of clearing a cell breaking the filter.
View 4 Replies
Sep 22, 2008
But if I want to increase the criteria from 1 row to 2, so you can start to include And , Or operations, it breaks the filter. Even an attempt at a manual one fails, until you put the criteria range back down to one row, then it's fine again.
I've tried changing the Target Row to >2 but that didn't work. how to make the criteria range bigger, and no problems of breakage if you clear the cells? It makes for a very useful automated Advanced Filter.
Here's the code :
Database = the named area of raw data.
DATA is the name of the raw data worksheet
The criteria range should be AZ1:BC3, but of course royally breaks it...
View 9 Replies
Oct 16, 2012
Range("A785:BW1455").AutoFilter Field:=2, Criteria1:="a"
Range("A785:BW1455").AutoFilter Field:=3, Criteria2:Range ("N").value
Is Field 2 referring to Column B? So if I want to filter on the 9th row heading (going from left to right), my Field: = 9?
In the example above, the 1st criteria revolves filtering on dates with the goal of exceeding a certain date (i.e. > 1/1/08). Is there a way to reference the cell (which is in another workbook which is already open) in the criteria?
I am trying to set an Array to prompt user with a series of questions and input answers into a specific row. However, I want to skip over certain columns and leave those blank. How would I modify my code to do this?
View 2 Replies
Jan 23, 2014
Private Sub CommandButton2_Click()
Dim ArrQues() As Variant
Dim ArrInput(2) As Variant
Dim lngLstRow As Long
Dim strPNfromSales As String
ArrQues = Array("Enter the Part Number.", _ "Quantity Being Returned?", _ "What is the Reason for Rejection?")
For b = LBound(ArrQues) To UBound
I want the first two questions to be input into Column B & C, but then the third question to be input into column I.
How can we program an auto filter a table linked to a cell. For example I have a table with 4 columns (A9:D20) and the 2nd row of the sheet is the filter item (A2, B2, C2 & D2).
View 4 Replies
Lets say column A has a list of months, column B has a list of names, column C is sales figure, column D is the customer. How can I filter let say for the total sales of Mr. X in the month of January.
I came across a code like this but I don't know how to apply it to my sheet. Of course this code is referring to a different table and links but I just need to learn how to apply this code to my sheet:
Activesheet.AutoFilterMode = False
Activesheet.Range("D2:D60").AutoFilter 1, Activesheet.Range("A2").value