I have 50 sheets (1 sheet per staff member) that will be linked to a Master Sheet that compiles the data. The staff members are based in 5 teams of 10. The names of the sheets are based on the person's initials plus the words Progress Day,
All formulas in the master sheet are based around linking to 10 sheets so I can view the performance of each team. My problem is that the composition of each team changes quite often and so the links have to be manually updated for each team. Is there any way, for example, of compiling a table of team initials like the one below:
that could easily be edited so that the formulae containing the sheet names relate to the table rather than static sheet names?
Eg., If AT left the above team and was replaced by PG then I would update the list above and the current formula
='C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersShared DesktopProgress Day Daisychain[AT Progress Day.xls]Sheet1'!D32+'[EF Progress Day.xls]Sheet1'!D32
would update to:
='C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersShared DesktopProgress Day Daisychain[PG Progress Day.xls]Sheet1'!D32+'[EF Progress Day.xls]Sheet1'!D32
I am looking for a way to delete all the range names in a worksheet, not the whole workbook. I have found several procedures that will delete all the names in an activeworkbook. For some reason it takes too long to run. Does anyone know how to handle a single sheet in VBA?
I've been referencing sheets in my code directly with things like
however in recreating a new workbook (to reduce bloat), the sheet-numbering has changed... to avoid having to mess around adjusting things again, I was wondering if it's possible to do some sort of indirection... something similar to
I have a table, a list of properties I am considering renting. Outside of the table, I have referenced the cheapest and the most expensive properties that are in my table.
This works fine, except when there are two properties that cost the same. Where a lot of the Vlookup questions I have read ask to return the 2nd/3rd value, I want to show them all, eg. if two properties of equal value are the dearest, I'd like to reference both, not just the 1st or 2nd.
I have to excel files, both have the same data. I created a pivot table macro on the first file. I want to be able to open the second file and use the shortcut to create the pivot table. the problem is that it refers back to the original workbook I created the macro on. How do I change the code to make it refer to the current workbook?
I've got a workbook that increments in sheets for each new week. I have a cell showing the current week number for that sheet ( lets say cell C1) and any formulas that need to reference data from the previous sheet do in 'indirect' function which basically looks at the current week number ( lets say week 20)in cell C1 and minus's 1 to navigate to the previous week (week 19).
I was wondering if there was a way to reference the previous sheet purely by the order they're in.
So say i have 5 sheets named "1,4,5,8,9" and these represent week numbers so the sheet named '8' in cell C1 would have '8' standanding for the week number but cells that wanted to reference the previous sheet couldn't do the 'indirect' C1-1 as there is no 'week 7'.
The weeks used could vary alot so a formula to reference the directly previous sheet is needed.
I have a worksheet with many tables that I use in formulas.
I like tables for a couple reasons, one being the ability to insert/delete rows without affecting the rest of that worksheet row.
Also, automatic copy of formulas/formatting is great.
But, what I really like about tables is the ability to use the naming conventions in formulas.
Problem is when I save this worksheet, after I close it and open it back up, all table references in my formulas have been converted to cell references.
=IF((SUMIF('Quote 1'!$M$28:$M$43,">"&'Quote 1'!$J$57:$J$60)*'Quote 1'!$G$57:$G$60)+(COUNTIF('Quote 1'!$M$28:$M$43,""&'Quote 1'!$J$57:$J$60)*'Quote 1'!$G$57:$G$60)+(COUNTIF('Quote 1'!$M$28:$M$43,""&tblOSSRV[Min Order Cost])*tblOSSRV[Cost / Part])+(COUNTIF(tblFam[[#Data],[Qty by Factor2]],""&tblOSSRV[Min Parts Per Line])*tblOSSRV[Cost / Part])+(COUNTIF(tblFam[[#Data],[Qty by Factor2]],"
1) I'm relatively new to arrays, but what I need to do is generate a list of file names and the sheets within each one. I would like to use an array for this, but since I don't have much experience.... well....that's why I'm here. Can someone point me in the right direction?
2) And the second part of this.... I was planning on using the FileSystemObject to determine the files in a selected folder and loop through that list of files, opening each one and harvesting the required info (file name and all sheet names). Should I use the FSO or is there something built into Excel that might be better (and also limit the number of dependencies for this little "project" of mine).
I've been working on a macro that makes copies of a template sheet based on a table in my Opps sheet. If column B isn't empty, make a copy of the template sheet, rename it to Opps column A, and then hyperlink column A's current A.row to the newly copied and renamed sheet.
I'm not sure what is wrong exactly, it keeps making duplicate Template(x) and stops renaming them, and the hyperlinks are not working. -This is my first go at VBA hyperlinks to internal workbook sheets
I have workbook that has several sheets within the workbook that are set up identical. Each of the sheets in the workbook are for a specific company.
As of right now I have been adding a sheet to the workbook that is an overview for what is in each sheet (the individual companies). Currently I am doing the formatting of the heading and column names manually and I pull the data from each sheet with a VLookup. I have been trying to enhance my VBA skills with coding something that will fill in the appropriate cells from worksheet to worksheet.
What I am trying to do is to populate an overview sheet with cells C24, C25, and B36 being static on each row per sheet. Then each row will be populated with cells C(36, 59, 70, 81), D(36, 59, 70, 81), F(36, 59, 70, 81), G, and H(36, 59, 70, 81). The overview sheet will have the diagram below in a ru
I have attched my workbook. As you will see I would like to use this as a template. Worksheet 1 (fixtures) has the layout for the first half of the season all the places are numbered. Worksheet 2 (teams) has the numbers but as yet I do not know the names of the teams. Is it possible that when I receive the names of the teams I can put them in the teams worksheet and Excel change the numbers on the fixtures list to the names of the teams. I have been doing this for a couple of years now and have done all the working out with pen and paper which can take a while.
I have an excel worksheet with TableNames and ColumnNames. I would like to copy the different TableNames to it own sheet with the corresponding ColumnNames. I also would like the sheet to be renamed to the tablename. I have the workbook but I don't know how to attach it.
When I make a pivot table I wanted to know why it is showing duplicate names. Here is an example workbook below. It should group all the same names together. However it isn't doing so. Anyway around this problem?
Pivot Table. I have a large data set and have used a pivot table to summarise the COUNT of each row (Objects) for each Column Name (that is, I did what Pivot Tables do).
What I'd like to do in a new column is show a string of all the column names per row name.
I have a data set that looks like this:
A B C
1 Object Description Class
So I can pivot table to work with other analysis, but what I'd really like to get is a list of unique "Objects" (easy) with all the related "Class"es listed in column (or straight to concatenated). I can concatenate using Chip Pearson's StringConcat.
Here is an example:
F G H I J K
1 Object Countif
You can see Chip's Function in col K. What I'd like to happen is in Cols H to J be automatically populated. (For this example, I have typed in what I'd like the result to look like)
I considered using Vlookups (with helper column for 2nd & successive instances), INDEX/MATCH with SMALL to get 2nd+ instances and even lengthy IF statements. The main problem with IF is that in the real data set, I can have over 30 Classes.
I looked at Pivot table to see what I could do but haven't much experience in manipulating past regular feature.
I also took a cut&paste of the pivot table (as shown in part below) to see what I could do.
Here is a clip straight from the Pivot Table:
A B C D E F G H I J
And one from the cut&paste of the pivot table, which also shows the desired outcome in the right hand column:
A B C D E F G
I would also be fine using VBA, but its been a while since I did any basic coding so I wouldn't really stand a chance of starting from scratch.
I am running into an error when creating a macro to make a pivot table and sum certain columns. I am fairly certain this is due to the name changing to PivotTable2, 3, 4, etc. each time. Is there a way to make the name stagnent so when a table is created in the macro it doesn't error out the formulas? I have an example below.
Using Pivot Table, I added a field to the "Values" field in order to give me a sum of the numbers. The title automatically changes to "Total", I am needing it to show "Total Invoice to OOM Delta". Is there a way to do this? I tried the Active Field option, but that's not working for some reason.