I have a macro here that turns exported text into delimited text, but it keeps prompting the user "Do you want to replace the cells"...can I somehow automatically bypass this prompt and always say yes?
every time i choose Action X, i have a series of warning messageboxes appear. i want to run some code so that default option for each message box is selected every time a message box appears. this way i don't need to press Enter every time for each message box.
I have an excel sheet there i am maintaining the details of our sales invoices. Invoice no is in the column D . My concern is while entering a new number in the column D, excel should look at the entire column and give an error message if the no is already exixting in the column.
I have a spreadsheet that has hyperlinks in it and is mostly protected to prevent changes. Is there a way to prevent the "save changes" dialog box from appearing when this file is closed as I have to make this file available to others and don't want them to get this message or make save any changes.
I have this problem: I have a workbook with a formula liniking to another workbook. When I open the workbook, I click on "update links" and then I get this warning message:
"The workbook contains one or more (than one) links that cannot be updated. * To modify the origin of links, or to look up to update the values again, choose Modify links * To open the workbook as it is currently , choose To Continue"
I cannot understand where is the problem, the link is updated, state of link is "ok", I even can open the origin from Modifiy menu --> link --> open origin
Everytime I open the excel file I am working on I get a message saying that the file contains macros.
I have deleted all the macros I could find under "Tools" and "Macros" but I still get Module1.sortie, sortie and sortie listed. I can delete Module1.sortie but for the other two, sortie and sortie, I only have the "cancel" and "create" options.
We are using Excel 2007. The person I'm trying to help has a column with dollar figures format as Number with the obvious two decimal places. If we go to Home>Find&Select>Find and type in the value EXACTLY as it appears with Look in: changed to Values, it finds all instances of the value just fine.
Now, if I flip over to the Replace tab because she wants this specific dollar figure replaced with another specific dollar figure, my only option under Look in: is Formulas, so trying to perform the replace gets me a warning message that "Microsoft Office Excel cannot find a match".
I am writing a roster spreadsheet and it has cells with drop down lists using validation lists to fill in the start and finish times, as we run a nearly 24 hour business it is possible to accidently start someone at 2.00am and finish them at 10.00pm. In the cell which calculates the time rostered I want it to display a messagebox if the hours exceed 10 hours or go into negative.
I need to "wife proof" this sheet as this stuffs up the total calculated hours and total costs.
Would I do this through validation on the cell with the formula calculating the times orr though a macro on the sheet module?
When I use list validation with name (Data validation List. Inseret name difine) and then trying to write manualy a differnt value (not from the relevant list) I am not being warned like I get when I choose a list . And then even when I have a list or a Name If I copy a diffrent value I am not being warned.
I have several workbooks that use macros from my personal macro library (MyExcelAddIns.xlam).
Some of these, especially new ones, get an error message every time I save them: "Privacy warning: This document contains macros, ActiveX controls, ... These may contain information that cannot be removed by the Document Inspector."
Then after I save it once or twice, the message goes away. Why am I getting this message? Why only sometimes? What can I do to get rid of it entirely?
I am looking for a macro that will find identical adjacent cells and merge them automatically without the standard warning prompt (of only retaining the data in the upper left cell). In the following attached example, on the worksheet 'Control', the button 'Automerge' should find all the identical cell groupings in the entire table and merge them immediately without a warning.
I am currently using the below to generate a message prompt. I have two questions that require assistance.
1. How can I furthur tweak it to show the value contains in the cell that correspond to the date?
For example in cell A2 contains date value; Cell B2 is the order number.
If the date in A2 matches today's date, the message prompt should carry Cell B2's value instead of B2 that is displayed as of below code.
2. Can I set the prompt date to be like 15 days after today's date?
Example: Today is 05/01. There will be a prompt if the date in cell A2 is 05/16.
Private Sub Workbook_Open() Dim r As Range, ff As String, msg As String With Sheets("Test") Set r = .Columns(1).Find(Date, , xlFormulas, xlWhole) If Not r Is Nothing Then ff = r.Address Do msg = msg & vbLf & r.Address(0, 0) Set r = .Columns(1).FindNext(r) Loop Until ff = r.Address End If End With MsgBox IIf(Len(msg), "Matches Found:" & msg, "No match found") End Sub
I am making a break timesheet. My UserForm contains Start and End Time button. User clicks start button, a message prompt will appear containing the time he needs to be back in taking his break. The start time of his break will be pasted on the worksheet.
After that, user needs to click the End button to paste the end time he returned. A message prompt will appear stating the remaining time of his break if he comes before the allotted break time say " You still have 00:15:00 left" click "Yes" to end break click "No" to continue your break." If the user click Yes, the time he click the button will be pasted on the worksheet.
Here is the code I have but I am receiving error message "Method 'Range of object_Global failed":
I have a sheet that has vast amount of rows and all I need is for a message prompt to appear if there is an empty cell in columns A to E and if possible the blank cells reference number to be displayed in the message prompt?
I have code to open another workbook and run a specific macro. I plan to then take that and copy it over to my workbook.
The problem I am encountering is when I run this macro, at the end of the code, a form/msg pops up stating it is complete. This then automatically stops my code from running (from my original workbook). How do I close this form in order to keep my code running?
I have a program with a line that deletes a worksheet like so: Sheets(Output).Delete. Where "Output" is the name of the sheet (a string). This works fine, but everytime this line is excecuted excel pops up a message box "Data may exist is the sheet(s) selected for deletion. To permanently delete the data, press Delete." and I have to click delete. Is there anyway to stop this message being displayed?
I've just written a macro to copy large amount of data from one worksheet into another. It works well right now, except a little problem. Every time I run the macro, there is always a message box appeared. It let me to choose whether to save or delete data on the clipboard. And I usually choose 'no'. (The message box has been screenshotted and attached into this thread.) Because I use this macro very often, it really makes troubles to me. Is there anyway to block the message box. I mean let it never appear?
I am using this code to make a new folder however if the folder already exists it gives me an Error 75.
Code: Private Sub CreateFullFolder_Click() 'FIlE address needs to be changed ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Details").Activate MkDir ("C:UsersDennisDesktopPartnering Contractors LTD" & Range("B12").Value) End Sub
I have a macro which auto prints a series of workbooks and it works very well - except (there is always an except right?) some of the workbooks brink up a dialog box saying "this workbook contains links to other data sources" Update, Don't Update or Help"
how to prevent this box from appearing and interrupting the print flow? I want to be able to run this macro and wallk away while it merrily does its printing job - not sit at the monitor hitting No No No over and over (yes i do NOT want to update the workbook)
Public Sub Auto_Open() Dim sCurFile As String Dim sPath As String Dim mpath As String
mpath = InputBox("Enter the month and year, i.e. 0207 for Feb 2007", "print")
fpath = InputBox("Enter day of the month to print (no leading 0's)?", "print")