I have is that the code does call the spell-check up and it goes through the motions.
However, when you perform this manually (as in from the toolbar), the spell-check accepts the items as you put in the text bar at the top if you change it.
When doing it via the VBA macro code, it will not accept the user amended-suggestions unless you highlight the (top) text bar area/row/cell to get it to accept some things - otherwise it just accepts the suggestion the checker gives n the section below - not the text you have amended.
I have a set of text boxes in my sheet. I was wondering if there is a way to perform a spell check on the textboxes only (not the cells in the worksheet). I have tried searching the code on the forum, found some which are using 'MSForms.TextBox', dont know why I am getting error.
We're setting up a test for candidates in an Excel 2010 workbook and want to get a sense of their native ability to spell. We'd like to disable spell check for the entire workbook. I've looked in Options>Proofing, even tried removing the dictionary, but haven't found a way to completely disable spell check from working. Is it possible to achieve? We'd settle for being able to disable spelling within a textbox.
I am using Excel 2003 and have a column within my spreadsheet that, through a formula, inserts a decimal that has formatting to show as a percent. I would like to know who to convert that number to words. I saw spellnumber (and love it!) but don't know how to edit it so that it converts properly.
why I would be having trouble using the following formula in excel. Its purpose is to spell a number in english with dollars and cents. I have used the formula before and it has worked just fine, but now the formula will only give me " NAME".
Option Explicit 'Main Function Function SpellNumber(ByVal MyNumber) Dim Dollars, Cents, Temp Dim DecimalPlace, Count Redim Place(9) As String Place(2) = " Thousand " Place(3) = " Million " Place(4) = " Billion " Place(5) = " Trillion " ' String representation of amount. MyNumber = Trim(Str(MyNumber)) ' Position of decimal place 0 if none. DecimalPlace = InStr(MyNumber, ".") ' Convert cents and set MyNumber to dollar amount. If DecimalPlace > 0 Then Cents = GetTens(Left(Mid(MyNumber, DecimalPlace + 1) & _ "00", 2)) MyNumber = Trim(Left(MyNumber, DecimalPlace - 1)) End If
My company uses 4 types of barcodes 8, 12, 13, & 14 number barcodes for our products my problem is that I can't figure out how to force the barcode to format properly no matter how somebody enters it if they don't use spaces or put them in the wrong spots, I can't use custom formats because there is 4 different layouts
8 digit should be "#### ####" 12 digit should be "###### ######" 13 digit should be "# ###### ######" 14 digit should be "# ## ##### ######"
these barcodes are in columns L, M, & N also right now 'm using a formula in another cell to verify the barcodes by calculating the check digit and comparing it to the check digit typed the formula i'm using is
I have data in Row 53 that spans 7 columns, but stays in the same row. I want to design a loop to select every 7th cell in that row and check if it is empty. If not, add onto a "counter" then display the final number of occupied cells (the value of the counter) at the end. This is what I have so far, but I get all sorts of errors.
Code: Sub Tester()
Dim WB As Workbook Dim WS As Worksheets Dim modCounter As Long Dim Cell As Range
Set WB = Workbook("Transverse Series.xlsm") Set WS = WB.Sheets(BM18)
I want to have 1 check box affect 3 others in the following way: check box 1 if checked, allow check/uncheck of check boxes 2, 3, 4 if unchecked, uncheck boxes 2, 3, 4 and do not allow checking check box 1 is linked to D1 which starts with a value of false. cell E1 is if condition to have value 1 when D1 has value of true.
I am creating a userform with 10 checkboxes. The first 9 checkboxes are user options. I want the 10th check box to be a "Select All" option i.e. if the 10th checkbox is checked all the other 9 options are deemed to have been selected.
The way I want the display to work is that if the 10th checkbox is ticked all other checkboxes are cleared. Also if the 10th checkbox is ticked and any of the other check boxes is selected then the 10th checkbox should be selected.
I have tried coding this up but the checkboxes don't seem to operate as desired. I placed some code on the click event for the last option button to set the vlaue for all other buttons to false. This works but the 10th check box doesn't get ticked itself. When I try to code up the other bit I get similar issues.
I have numerous hyperlinks in cells on a worksheet, next to these I have checkboxes. I am looking for a macro that will check if the boxes are checked and if not ignore them and if so run a certain macro.
Users can start an automatic copying process (active row from active sheet to sheet 2) by simply putting a date in a cell in column K. The activecell.row is copied over.
As part of the copying process, the value in cell D on the active row (the serial number) is copied to sheet 2. Before this happens, I would like a checking procedure added to the code which will stop the same row being copied more than once, thus avoiding duplicates.
I have tried InStr and also worksheet.CountIf but can't figure this out.
Code snippet below.
If InStr(1, Sheets("Sheet!2").Range("A:A" & lngLastRow), TempRef) Then
Where the value in TempRef (the serial number) is searched for in Sheet 2 col A.
I have a sheet with 2329 rows. Row 1 & 2 should be the same number, then rows 3 & 4 should be the same, then 5 & 6, etc (see example below). This should result in an even number of rows, so either 2328 or 2330. So somewhere in this sheet, I either have a number repeated twice instead of just once, or a number that's not repeated at all. Is there an easy way to highlight where the error is without having to manually scan all 2329 cells?
I am trying to create a basic spreadsheet in MSExcel used to collect standard info (Name, address blah blah blah). The people who will complete this will need to classify the people they are listing into groups (Group A, Group B etc. 5 groups total) and each group will be listed on a separate tab of the workbook (maybe this isn't the best way?).
As they enter the people they will need to decide if the person they are adding is to receive the welcome kit. Each company is limited to 50 welcome kits. My thought is to use a check box for them to indicate yes or no on the welcome kit.
Is there a way to display the number of welcome kits that are remaining on whatever tab they happen to be on?
Is there a way to give a clear indicator next to each name that 'yes' has been selected (colored box, text?).