Specific Cells Are Formatted To Start With A Capital Letter
Jan 3, 2008
Is there any way of writing a macro so that specific cells are formatted to start with a capital letter and end with a full stop. Can you also write a macro to automatically spell check specific cells?
I am trying to set up a worksheet that shows shifts using a Capital "D" and a lower case "d" (one is for a 12 hour shift, the other for only 6 hours). Is there any way to set up a Countif formula that makes the distinction?
possible to display in side popup window which letter start from ak in our previous record i.e. akashwani or akshare like that. I dont want through vba or access because i m not use before. I want same excel sheet.
I have a column of references I wish to standardize. Contained within a general text description there is also an order-specific reference number, which is not relevant for my purposes. I wish to find all of these numbers and replace them with nothing (i.e. retain the rest of the description).
The reference numbers are always in the format "P#####/##". Unfortunately these references are in the middle of the text field, not at the start or end, so I can't use a LEFT or RIGHT formula to delete them.
Once these reference numbers have been deleted I will then be able to filter for unique records only. When I do this at the moment the filtering has no effect due to these specific reference numbers.
I am looking to have the data ranges in tab 'Type' update automatically in 'Output' for a particular start date. So for example if I enter LBO into cell E3 in the 'Output' tab it will input the data range for LBO from tab 'Type' but from a specific start date.
I know I can achieve part of this via LookUp functions but it is the start date that has me stumped.
I have a delivery time programm (clients to be delivered the next day) which I would like to run every night at a specific time. Is there any MS tool to trigger the Excel file? Or do we have to use the "old" batch file ( if yes, pls send example)?
I am trying to calculate the difference in time between two cells and if the difference is >= 8 Hours the result is 8 hours - 1 Hour if the result is less than 8 hours then the result stands. I have the following, but it returns 8 always.
I am trying to write some code that will loop through the workbook (selecting all cells formatted as currency), updating the cell value and rounding to 2 decimal places. The updated price must be rounded as these prices are used in calculations. The prices are not in a contiguous range and are in different cells on each sheet, but all within the range (“B1:V200”) I need the user to enter the required increase I,e 1.05 (5%) in Price update sheet, cell “F6”, then run the code from this sheet (which will be the only sheet I do not want to run the code on, which will be the active Sheet) This is the code I have so far I don’t know if it will work yet as it errors out (Type mismatch) on this line. cell = cell.Value * Sheets("PriceUpdate").Range("F6").Value
For Each Ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets If Ws.Name ActiveSheet.Name Then For Each cell In Ws.Range("B1:V200") If cell.NumberFormat = "$#,##0.00" Then cell = cell.Value * Sheets("PriceUpdate").Range("F6").Value cell = WorksheetFunction.Round(cell, 2) End If Next cell End If Next Ws End Sub
I currently have a spreadsheet that i am using to track invoice pages when I receive them. I have added a conditional format on the worksheet that turns the Date red when each invoice is due and i manually shade each cell grey when the invoice is received, however as i have many invoices due on the spreadsheet its a bit dificult to track all of them... i have been told that a VB code will help. (I am new to this)...
I want to put a Command button on the spreadsheet that will take me to the next cell that has the text highlighted as red and the background color is white i.e not shaded.
I am trying to build an if statement to test variables that are in time format and then perform a calculation.
I was able to get an example working if I convert the start times to integers rather than time values. However, the data won't be provided to me as integers.
So, I need a nested if statement (using "and") that will test for two situations using cells in time format or I need to write a macro to convert the time data to integer format. I've been working on the former most of the day and have hit a brick wall.
How do I write a bar chart which reads the format of a cell instead of the content? ie I want to count how many cells in each column are amber. Amber cells have already been decided by conditional formatting.
I am pretty new to VBA and have been wrecking my brain and reading just about every Thread there is on this and still can't figure out why I am not getting the code to work.
I am trying to get data from Column "Sale Price", stored in Table "MasterInventory" on worksheet "Master Inventory" to populate a textbox in a UserForm by means of Vlookup.
Upon running the code below I'm getting Value Error 1004, and during Debug when I hover over "MasterInventory" it shows "MasterInventory=Empty"
Also Im trying to figure out how to do it so I can call the "userform" up from any worksheet and add the entries in the table on worksheet (Jan, Feb, Mar, etc.) for the month depicted in the TextBox "Date" on the Userform
The code looks like this:
Private Sub CBx_PROD_AfterUpdate() 'lookup value in Col F [Sale Price] based on Product (Col A [Description] in Table [MasterInventory]) With TB_SP If OB_Y.Value = True Then Me.TB_SP.Value = Application.WorksheetFunction.VLookup(CBx_PROD.Value, MasterInventory, 6, False).Value End If If CBx_PROD.Value = "" Then Exit Sub End If End With End Sub
I know the VBA code to count cells from a data set that were manually colour-coded.
The problem is that the code (pasted below) doesn't seem to pick up cells that were coloured via Conditional Formatting. How do I do this? What is the VBA (if there is one)?
Function COLORCOUNT(varRange As Range, varColor As Range) Dim cell As Range For Each cell In varRange If cell.Interior.ColorIndex = varColor.Interior.ColorIndex Then COLORCOUNT = COLORCOUNT + 1 End If Next End Function
spread sheet that I need to do for work. Unfortunately I do not have excel on my home computer to be able to attach a spread sheet
The spreadsheet has one column (A) with a list of questions. The column next to this (B) has either a red or yellow cell in each row (a red cell would be a high risk to the business if the answer to the question in that row was no, and a yellow cell indicates a moderate risk to the business in the answer to the question in the row was no).
The third column (C) is conditionally formatted so if a 'y' was placed in any of the cells they would turn green. If 'n' is placed in any of the cells the cell would change to either red or yellow (this would depend on what the colour was in column B).
I need to know a formula to count cells by colour. So the number of red, yellow and green cells in column C would be counted automatically into a totals box for each colour at the bottom of the spreadsheet. I have tried some online suggestions but couldn't get these to work for cells that had been conditionally formatted. I'm not the most experienced person with spreadsheets (this time last week I couldn't add two cells together)
The final thing I need from the spreadsheet (and I'm not even sure if this is possible) is for a total box to be colour co-ordinated based on the number of red, yellow and green cells in column C. I would need the total box to be green if all column c is green, yellow if three or less cells in column C are yellow and red if any of the cells in column C are red or there are more than 3 yellow cells in column C.
Say I have a worksheet that has a column in which every cell is formated in hh:mm:ss format. The column is probably 100 cells long...so from A2 to A101 (A1 is the title of the column). Now, we need to take the data in cells A2:A101 and graph it, but the data needs to be formatted in only seconds. So, in column B, we want to convert the data from column A into seconds format.
cell A2: 00:01:46 cell B2: 106
Of course, we can't convert each cell by hand, because this needs to be done on a lot of data...worksheets upon worksheets.
For the below formula is it possible to replace the B's (column location) with a cell Say Z146 which contains the letter B (or a number if thats easier and someone can tell me the numbers for each column).
When the formula is dragged into the next cell (down) it takes its column reference from Z147 and then my life becomes so much easier.
How to translate a specific number into a specific letter related to the number itself.
I have lots of different numbers for example all going down a specific cell (These numbers I want to separate into 3 different catagories. The positive numbers I want to be calculated as the same Letter that is next to that row directly over to the left of that cell.
So if the letter
B / cell / cell / +9 / Then I want if its a positive number like +9 to answer in the formula with the same letter (B) listed to the right in the same row in a different cell of course
B / cell / cell / -6 / Then I want if its any negative number like -6 to answer in the formula as the opposite Letter of (P) listed to the right in the same row in a different cell of course
P / cell / cell / +17 / Then I want if its a positive number like +17 to answer in the formula as the same letter (P) listed to the right in the same row in a different cell of course
P / cell / cell / -3 / Then I want if its a negative number like -3 to answer in the formula as the opposite Letter of (B) listed to the right in the same row in a different cell of course
and thirdly if its a (0) zero and only (zero's) Then I want the answer to stay (0) zero.
The number can be any numbers it doesn't matter. Only distinction is that positive number of +1 and up repeat and stay the same letter that the cell on the far left is already stated.
and all the negative number of -1 amd below all reverse the letter to the opposite letter of (B to a P) or (P to a B) listed to the right in the same row in a different cell of course
and of course (0) zero would be listed as a positive number and only return a (0) zero as the result of the formula.