This is a pretty simple request, but i need a macro to Find Column M's Last Entry and to copy down the 3 following columns down to the value.
I need it to be dynamic in other words, The length of column M will vary depending on my file . If the macro knows Column M ends Here, then drags the boxes down starting from N3 to Q3 down to the last Entry in Column M.
I have a task that I need to perform every now and then. And even though I normally find my ways around in Excel, I can't find a working solution for this one.
I have a list of features that I need to match with another list and place them on the same rows in my sheet. The attached file contains 2 worksheets where "Before" shows my normal input, and "Wanted" shows what I need to do.
Cols A-E contains info for the first set of features, cols G and H is the cells I want to move. Please note that sometimes the G and H columns contains info that are not present in A-E, and then I need to move those features around as well. An example is present at the bottom of the "Wanted" sheet.
In the attached workbook there is a UserForm with five (5) command buttons along the bottom of the UserForm. I'm familiar with making them the same size and aligning tops. What I'm struggling with is how to distribute them horizontally. That is, to get the same amount of "white space" between them.
I've fought with this issue off and on for some time now and decided it was time to come to you for help. In the attached workbook there is a UserForm with five (5) command buttons along the bottom of the UserForm. I'm familiar with making them the same size and aligning tops. What I'm struggling with is how to distribute them horizontally. That is, to get the same amount of "white space" between them.
I have to filter data in one column and have it align with data in another column. I need to do this because I have hundreds of product descriptions that I need to match up with the appropriate images. All of the image names will be like the first row (1244-?????.jpg) The problem I am running into the text data I am downloading is not matching up with the images. I usually have more images than text and sometimes I will have text that has no corresponding image.
1244-540299.jpg Golden Poinsettia Triple Candleabrum 1244-540299.jpg http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/3/2/1/0/4/0/webimg/539293145_o.jpg 1244-540300.jpg Poinsettia and Berry Triple Candleabrum 1244-540300.jpg
I am trying to get two shapes to butt up to each other. Unfortunately the shapes either leave a small gap or a slight overlay. I have tried using Ctrl + arrow key to move in small increments, but that didn't work. I have also tried adjusting the width of the rows, but the rows jump backwards or forwards to a number instead of staying with the number I entered. I want to create a seamless shape out of many different shapes.
Here's a weird one: I can't get some of my cells to align to center/left/right. Both the buttons on the toolbar and Format->Cells->Alignment won't work. The kicker is that other cells on the same sheet will center/left/right just fine. Is there some kind of formatting protection I inadvertently set?
What i want here is to align all the numbers considering the last used cell. In example table a; the last number is 0 (F8). Considering that, in the Result table B all the numbers are aligned in row 8 from the bottom to top giving an equal alignment to the table.
I am trying to create a data sheet to simplify the filling of corporate documents on our company computer systems. I have a working system, flawed, but working. What I want is to simplify it and correct some mistakes I made when I first made it. At the moment the priority is the field for our serial numbers. They vary from 1 to 10 digits in length with a alpha-numeric system. Some serial numbers even include hyphens, but the hyphens need to be removed for the forms. My system uses a modified form to allow for hyphens, but my boss wants them removed. ^^'
Anyways, the serial number of an item is entered into the data sheet field and my macro breaks down the serial number piece by piece. On the form the there are ten blocks for each digit of the serial number and I have coded the macro to put one digit per box. The trick is that the serial number must be right aligned and any empty fields must stay empty. This is where my request comes into play. I have already programmed the macro to do everything required except remove hyphens. The problem is that it is a REALLY long macro using If Then End statements to to compensate for the varying lengths of a serial number. Is there anyway to simplify this task?
Public Sub SerialNo() Sheets("Data").Select
Dim SerialNo As String Dim SerialNo1 As String Dim SerialNo2 As String Dim SerialNo3 As String Dim SerialNo4 As String Dim SerialNo5 As String Dim SerialNo6 As String Dim SerialNo7 As String Dim SerialNo8 As String Dim SerialNo9 As String Dim SerialNo10 As String
I am a PhD student and have a series of coordinates for various DNA sequences. I need to generate an excel chart which will show all the sequences aligned one on top of the other, not like a stacked bar, but where no gaps are found between the bars. So that they appear as if they have ‘fallen down’ as you would see with ‘Tetris’. This would end up with a bell shaped chart, rather than a messy chart. I need to do this to demonstrate which sections of the entire sequence appear more often. Can this be done using VBA or is there a way to modify a chart? I have no previous experience using VBA so I'm close to pulling my hair out.
I have a tab with several small tables (Column E-G). What I need to do is to copy them as pictures, move them to another tab, change the picture size, and align them in the new tab.
The data set is huge and it would involve lots of labor if copy and paste one by one. Is there any way to do it using a macro? I tried to record a macro, but it doesn't work. It will not change the size of the picture and I don't know how to tell Excel to align them the way I want.
I have a report that has a set template except that the number of columns change.
I have 3 rectangular shapes with text boxes inside each rectangle. The Shapes take up space vertically between row 8 and 15. In some reports the columns will change, the size of columns might change due to longer text. Is there a macro that will select all the shapes and text boxes and center them column wise between the print area?
Following my bosses recent charting attempts involving multicoloured backgrounds, graduated bars, textured boxes, mis-matched fonts etc, etc, which frankly showed no information whatever, I was asked to simplify them.
I did so, as in the two attachments, but the response is now along the lines of "well, yes, but they aren't very exciting, are they?"
My goal is to match two outputs from a database so that the same person's record can be found on one row. At present output 2 does not marry up to output 1 due to staff leaving and new appointments being made. The data in output 1 should remain static. The data in output 2 must be manipulated to match the order of output 1.
Output 1 is a 5 column record containing (in A6:E6)
Forename, Surname, Branch, Roll Number, and a % score
Output 2 is again a 5 column record containing (in G6:K6)
Forename, Surname, Branch, Roll Number, and a % score
Each employee can be identified by a unique Roll Number Code contained in the fourth column of each record. If an ideal match has been found I'd like the letter Y to be inserted in the L column of each record to signify a positive comparison. All non matches should have the letter N in the L column & these non matches should be placed at the bottom of the dataset.