I am looking for a code that would enable switching of sheets. For example, on Sheet1 (Master Sheet) I have got Industry1 to Industry3 and the companies within the Industries are on Sheet2 to Sheet4. When someone clicks Industry1 on Sheet1, it should navigate to Sheet2 (where it gives a list of companies within the industry), and when Industry2 on Sheet1 is clicked, it should navigate to Sheet3 and so forth..
I am using microsoft excel 2010. I currently have workbooks for various things with 46 worksheets in each one (each worksheet is a store). I usually go into the worksheets daily and dump numbers into each sheet. I was wondering if there was a way to switch worksheets but keep the cell the same when i switch to a different sheet to make it much easier to dump the numbers in.
For example: Say in worksheet1 i am in cell A34 to dump in a number. When i switch to worksheet2 i want to be in the same cell to dump the next number for the next store and so on and so forth for the next 44 sheets.
I know that the shortcut for moving the cursor to cell A1 of an active sheet within a workbook is Ctrl + Home. However, I thought there was a shortcut (using just keystrokes) to do this for all the sheets within the workbook. Is there such a shortcut?
I've already entered a variation of the formula below into 180 different columns. The only variation is where worksheet 322 is referenced. Each column references a different worksheet.
I have at least four other tables to build of the same size, and they're each going to use this same formula with an additional IF formula housed around it. Ideally I would be able to copy the table, then run find/replace, where I could substitute = with =IF(new formula, and then run find/replace a second time and sub ))) with ))),more new formula). The problem of course is in between those steps lies a formula error preventing me from running the second step. The only alternative I can think of is to build the new formula, copy it into a word document, and run find/replace 180 times to tailor the formula for each column. That's what I did to build the first table.
Working for a dutch company and using a lot of excel and access it is sometimes a pain that when you are looking for functions. for example "left(b3;3)" in dutch is "links(b3;3)" now this is an easy one but some are hard to guess.
I wrote some neat code which condionally formats cell's in an Excel range and dependend on a value in column "Q" (= status) then sets the color of the field. it works fine
However when working with an english version of Excel I need to use "left" instead of "links"
how to check the local settings for Excel?
[code] 'Conditional Format status cell's .Range("G4:P" & (xRcount + 3)).Interior.ColorIndex = 4 iRow = 4 iRow2 = 4
I am trying to figure out commissions with 3 different commission structures depending on type of product. So on C2 I have a drop down box with the 3 types of products. So what I would like to do is when C2 shows say "New" I want it to calculate using one formula. When "used" is selected, I want to use a different formula. And when "scratch_dent" is used, I want it to use a 3rd formula.
From a workbook, I need to open a further workbook called 'transfer' and then switch back to the original workbook. Presumably I need to save the current workbook name to a variable, open transfer with Workbooks.Open Filename:="c:debworkTRANSFER.xls" then switch back to the original
How do i pass the original workbook name to a variable, and then reactivate it. I have tried numerous options but just cannot get it to work. Do i reactivate with workbook. activate or windows.activate
I made up a small subprocedure that searches through a large list of zipcodes (These zipcodes are in a separate sheet). Whenever I execute my subprocedure in another sheet, it jumps to the zipcode sheet and then goes back to where I originally executed the subprocedure.
Is there any way that I can prevent the sheets from switching back and forth?
I'm trying to write a piece of VBA code which will switch back and forth between 2 workbooks, but I was hoping that I would not have to name both workbooks in my code.
So far I have been able to name the second file as a variable, open it and copy the data I need, but I now need to switch back to the original file. Is there any way of doing this without hard coding the file name?
I'm having a problem with how excel opens my files. Up until yesterday when I would open any of my spreadsheets they would open seperately. I would have multiple files open across my taskbar and could easily switch between files with a simple Alt-tab windows function.
Now when I open multiple excel files it opens them under "one" file so to speak. The only way to switch between files is if I go to Window>then select the file I want or minimize within excel so I can see the other spreadsheets.
I have a macro that launches another program (Windows Title - Storm). I then use sendkeys to have it export the file to an excel file. (This launches another instance of excel.) I want to be able to focus back to (Storm) so I can sendkeys to close the program down. I can get it to the end result using sendkeys, but I am trying to have it switch back to the Storm application so the user does not need to close it manually.
I am currently creating a massive bilingual report using Excel based on data gathered from a customer visit, as most of the engineers are non-native English speakers, and most everywhere else in the world wants reports in English. Currently I am using this roundabout method:
I have 3 workbooks open, the main WB has my command button + code in it, and the other 2 were opened up using the existing code in my main workbook.
Using general code e.g( Thisworkbook, activeworkbook, workbooks(1)), how can I activate one out of the 3?
I know the main workbook can be accessed using "thisworkbook", but when I activate it, I can't activate one of the others in my next line of code using activeworkbook.activate, or workbooks(1).activate.
Which version of excel allows you to do a Track Changes without switching to a shared workbook? I am awared the Excel 2002 version allows Track Changes on the conditioned that the workbook is switch to shared mode.
Is there a way to switch back and forth between workbooks without having to use the Activate command? I have everything planned out but this aspect is still a source of confusion. The Project: I need to have qty purchased and price in a table from Worksheet B entered into the matching customer index location in Worksheet A. Worksheet B contains customer number, sku, qty purchased and price. Worksheet A contains customer numbers in row 3 and sku's in column A. Minor data manipulation will need to be done on Worksheet B before before accessing it which I plan to do after opening it in this macro.
I am creating a code that loops through several list and Copys and paste the value in a given cell to another cell. However I would like it to do so without switching to the other tab. Additionally I also don't want to freeze the worksheet because I have a display that shows progress through a conditional formatting thing. I need it to stay on the "Rotation" tab.
Sub Roladex() Dim RegionPaste As Range Dim row As Integer, row1 As Integer, row2 As Integer