# Table Copying Formulas But Not Copying Value

Apr 27, 2014i have created a table. when i m editing new row then formulas is copying bu value is not copying ?

View 3 Repliesi have created a table. when i m editing new row then formulas is copying bu value is not copying ?

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I wanted to see if it is possible to copy a table from one sheet to another sheet, but only the values of the cells, without the formulas in it. As there has to be a different calculation in the new table, when the calculations are done, the numbers go all crazy in the Row that has a formula in it.

This is the code I have got so far:

Sub Copy_fromSheetinMA()

Dim CellValue As Range

Sheet2.Range("Table1").Copy Destination:=Sheet1.Range("Table2")

For Each CellValue In Range("D2:CW50")

CellValue.Value = (CellValue.Value) * (135)

Next CellValue

End Sub

I have attached the file. The row being copied is row "X" for both buttons. I have 2 buttons in the same worksheet to copy a row and insert the copied row below it. I have this macro running for 2 different rows in the worksheet, assigned to the respective 2 buttons. See my code below.

View 4 Replies View RelatedWhen I insert a row in my table (below the headers, which are between rows 1 and 4), I want the formulas from the above row (or below row) to be copied down to my newly inserted row. I say "below row" as well in case I want to insert a new first row and want the formulas in the row underneath to be copied up.

e.g., formulas currently in the first row are:

Column A: =SUBTOTAL(3, $B$5:B5)

Column H: =IF((F5="N*"),(1),"")

Column I: =IF(((SUM(H$4:$H5))=(SUM(H3:$H$4))),"",(SUM(H$4:$H5)))

Column J: =I5

Any other values in the other columns should not be copied to the new row.

I also do not want my table to be scrambled if I should delete any particular row.

How can I create a macro that will:

Copy a formula in multiple cells to the next cells in each tab that I designate in my workbook.

For example,

I need the EXACT formula in cell N13 to be copied to O13. And then paste special the "value only" back into N13.

I also need the EXACT formula in O19 and O20 to be copied to P19 and P20, respectively. And then paste special the "value only" back into O19 and O20.

Can I have this exact process done in several different tabs within my workbook?

I am working on a file that has multiple worksheets with many links, lookups and formulas; some between the worksheets and some external to another Excel file. The plan is to use this file as a template and copy it over and over with new names. Once I save the file as a new name in a new folder on my network, will I lose all these links, lookups and formulas? Or is there a way to maintain the links or do a global change of the formulas (i.e., the original file name is "TEMPLATE" and the new file name is "PROJECT!1")?

View 2 Replies View RelatedI am running Excel 2007.

I have set up a table and for ease of explanantion Column C has a formulas in it to add together the values found in Column A and B.

EG C3 foumula = "=sum(A3+B3)"

Now in cols d & e I have manually entered figures and in colum F I want to add up those figures so F3 should read "=sum(D3+E3)"

In the past I have always been able to just copy the cell C3 and paste it into F3 and the formula would automatically copy and offset the various cells to the correct cells for the new posiitoning.

However, for some reason when I copy the cell, it now pastes the value only into the pasted cell and does not copy the formula, if I click on paste special to try to just copy the formula I now get a pop up asking me if I want to paste as Unicode Text or Text.

I have no recollection of changing any settings.

I have a spread sheet that I have locked with the expection of certain cells. I also have left the ability to insert and delete rows. The cells that are locked have functions in them run in sequance.

Is there a way that when the new row is inserted its copies the formula from the row above automatically but also adjust for the new row and adjusts the rows below it automatically?

For example if I insert a new row between rows 2 and 3 below.

(orginal layout)

a1 (unlocked) b1 (locked)(function is =sum(a1:b1)

a2 (unlocked) b2 (locked)(function is =sum(a2:b2)

a3 (unlocked) b3 (locked)(function is =sum(a3:b3)

a4 (unlocked) b4 (locked)(function is =sum(a4:b4)

(layout after inserting row)

a1 (unlocked) b1 (locked)(function is =sum(a1:b1)

a2 (unlocked) b2 (locked)(function is =sum(a2:b2)

a3 (unlocked) b3 (unlocked) *inserted row*

a4 (unlocked) b4 (locked)(function is =sum(a4:b4)

a5 (unlocked) b5 (locked)(function is =sum(a5:b5)

this is what i want the end product to be.

(layout if formulas are copied and adjusted after inserting row)

a1 (unlocked) b1 (locked)(function is =sum(a1:b1)

a2 (unlocked) b2 (locked)(function is =sum(a2:b2)

a3 (unlocked) b3 (locked)(function is =sum(a3:b3) *inserted row*

a4 (unlocked) b4 (locked)(function is =sum(a4:b4)

a5 (unlocked) b5 (locked)(function is =sum(a5:b5)

How do I copy a range of cells containing formulas to another range of cells without chaning any of the letter or numbers from the original. I want a mirror copy of whats in A3:B10 to got to D3:E10..

View 3 Replies View RelatedI have a spreadsheet with a lot of financial information going down a column (about 500 rows down). Most of the cells are just typed in, but certain rows have sum formulas in them. Is it possible to copy values from another workbook, paste the values in, but somehow keep the formulas that are running through?

View 1 Replies View RelatedI'm working on a spreadsheet that tracks project accepted and done over a course of time. I am expecting the data to eventually reach the thousands in a year's time. I have several formulas in specific columns that I need to replicate as the user enters new data into the next row.

While it is easy to copy paste the formulas from the cells above, we are looking to save time by having the sheet do this automatically which also prevents the user from accidentally deleting/modifying the said formulas. I am also looking to save file size which is why I am considering doing this in VB. An example of a formula that I need to move down into the next column is:

=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(C2,Tables!A:B,2,FALSE)),"",VLOOKUP(C2,Tables!A:B,2,FALSE))

I am new to VB but would like to gain some understanding on how this works.

I was tired of making my list smaller to upload it here, so I uploaded the complete thing on megaupload :P Here is the link:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=1W6PBADE

On the bottom of the list is a button; "Add New Anime". When you click on that you get a UserForm where you can enter; Title, Type, Total Episodes, D/L Eps and Watched Episodes. When you press ''Add Anime" the entered values are entered at the bottom of the list, underneath the corresponding list names on the top.

Now there are 4 list names left (Left, Status, Status 2, and Progress (%)) I still have to make a option to enter Status 2 as well in the UserForm.

Now the question:

In columns F (Left), H (Status) and I (Progress (%)) are formulas. How can I copy those formulas automatically when I add something new with the UserForm? And can it automatically insert a new row, since I have to move the buttons down with every new title.

is it possible, after inserting new sheet rows, to automate the copying of formulas and cell formatting into the newly created space, instead of manually copying the formulas and formatting down into each column?

View 6 Replies View RelatedI was wondering if there was a way to create patterns when copying and pasting formulas?

For example, here is what I want to do right now:

=AVERAGE(Sheet1!I2:I650)

=AVERAGE(Sheet1!I2:I649)

=AVERAGE(Sheet1!I2:I648)

=AVERAGE(Sheet1!I2:I647)

=AVERAGE(Sheet1!I2:I646)

=AVERAGE(Sheet1!I2:I645)

=AVERAGE(Sheet1!I2:I644)

=AVERAGE(Sheet1!I2:I643)

=AVERAGE(Sheet1!I2:I642)

=AVERAGE(Sheet1!I2:I641)

=AVERAGE(Sheet1!I2:I640)

In other words, have a pattern in the formula?

Or something like this, but filling out cells horizontally.

=A1/A100

=A1/A99

=A1/A98

=A1/A97

=A1/A96

=A1/A95

etc...

Or:

=A1*A1

=A1*A2

=A1*A4

=A1*A8

=A1*A16

=A1*A32

=A1*A64

etc...

I'm working in one workbook with 2 sheets.

sheet 1 have simple values, for example

cell A1:5

Cell A3: 10

Cell A5:15

Cell A7:20

Cell A9:25

Cell A11:30

Cell A13:35

Cell A15:40

In sheet 2 i have the following formulas:

Sheet 2 Cell A1: =Sheet1!A1+Sheet1!A3

Sheet 2 Cell A2: =Sheet1!A5+Sheet1!A7

I need to respect this sequence when copying these 2 formulas in the same sheet 2 cell A3, however when I do that I get the following formula: =Sheet1!A3+Sheet1!A5. While i need it to sum up A9 and A11. i.e respect the order of the first 2 formulas.

If I have formulas in A1, A5, A19, and A36, highlight them with goto, how do I move them into B1, B5, B19, and B36? Copying and pasting puts them in B1, B2, B3, and B4.

View 9 Replies View RelatedI need to be able to copy a formula from a row that is 180 rows before the current cell.

I then need to edit the formula so that the rows all start at 6. then i need to change the column references.

The formula that I am editing looks like this after it has been copied from before:

=IF('Entry Form Portrait'!$d870="m",IF('Entry Form Portrait'!$n870="a",'Entry Form Portrait'!$a870,""),"")

So I need d870 to be changed to d6, the n870 to be changed to o6 (current column +1), the a870 to be changed to a6.

Then this resultant formula to be copied to the next column and a6 changed to b6, then copied to next column again and b6 changed to f6.

Then all 3 columns to be copied (or autofilled) down 105 rows.

I tried to do it by recording the macro, however it only works for the first time that i use it, and then just keeps repeating in the same place. I need it to use the cell i have selected as the starting point.

I was kindly provided with a formula from this forum a few months ago (in the attached workbook) to calculate the area under the curve of strings of data of varying length (i.e. different number of rows) these strings of data are aligned with a timeline (providing the Y and X axis for the curve respectively). The formula is able to calculate the area under these curves without the need for adjustment to the number of rows of the dataset.

However I have now tried to copy this formula to a new datasheet with a different total number of rows and a timeline fixed (of different intervals) in column A (rather than moving for each string of data) and I am receiving a #N/A error. I am sure that I have copied the formula correctly. Can anyone help fix my formula so that it calculates area under the curve again? I would like it to calculate the area under the curve for the data in the same column but using the fixed timeline in column A.

The working formula is on the sheet ‘original formula layout’ and the formula containing the error is on the sheet ‘new formula layout’.

I want to copy the current region on sheet 3 and paste that into sheet2 starting with cell E4. But I don't want to actually use the copy method. I believe there is a way to do this. I was thinking the following:

[Code] ......

The idea I had was to simply state that cell E4 would be assigned the value of CurrentRegion on sheet 3. Is there a way to bypass the copy method?

If not, how to copy, then paste?

I have 2 sheets in a workbook where i would like cell G8 on sheet 1 to equal the value on A11 sheet 2 & G9 to equal A12 and so on down the sheet. The problem is that G8 are 3 merged cell so every time I try to use autofill the reference number jumps by 3. The formula in cell G8 is

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Some people are using tricks such as replacing the equal sign "=" for another character such as "^" then using replace all to put the equal sign back again... but this is too much trouble.

I have applied conditional formatting to a cell using formulas and i want to copy that formatting to a new cell using similar formula but pointing to different cells. Is it possible to do so? I have tried to copy and paste special>formats, but that just copies the conditional formatting with the same formulas.

Sample: =IF($C$5/$C$295>$R$5,TRUE,FALSE)

I want to copy to $D$5/$D$295>$R$5,TRUE,FALSE) without having to paste the new formula in each time.

I have a series of formulas in Row 1 across the columns in worksheet A. I would like to copy these formulas to a single column and down rows in worksheet B while retaining the references to worksheet A. I know that I can manually enter the references in worksheet B but that would take a long time to do.

View 1 Replies View RelatedI have code that "mostly" works great. I'm copying columns from one sheet to another sheet, but in different columns. I have unique code for each copy/paste. The source is mostly raw data. However, there are a few columns that are formula-based, and I'm having a problem. I've attached my code, and it works, but it takes 20 minutes to complete.

I'm very new to macros, but I think(?) I know enough that a data source with 2,000 rows and 30 columns shouldn't take 20 minutes to complete the macro calculations. All of the columns (copy and paste) in the code are pure data. The only exception is the column labeled "AI". Is there are shortcut, other than creating new columns in the source data sheet and pasting these results as values? I put the specific pieces of code that I'm referencing in bold.

I am trying to make the cells Iam am copying paste hidden cells with all formats - seems to work fine other than the security part of them, Iam makeing a sheet for work and just trying to make it were it will not get destroyed by other users-

View 12 Replies View RelatedI am working on word documents that has financial numbers on them. I am copying word pages to excel to calculate the numbers by using formulas and etc. I will cut to the chase; is there a way or a macro to insert into an excel template workbook(.xltx) when we open the template there will be a command button to select the word document (which we want to copy its pages) to excel sheets. When a new page begins a new sheet will be created and the page will be pasted on the new sheet.

It is not important if it has to have a command button to select the word document it is ok to run the macro and select the word document and it does not has to populate sheets according to length of word document (I can create lost of free sheets on the template)

The main idea is to gain the time I spend on copying the word document to excel sheets. Some documents can be very long (100 pages). I am using MS Office 2007.

I triend to export data but excel does not allow me to select word documents.

I am looking for a way to copy data rows from one master sheet into other existing excel files based on codes located in column "A" of the master sheet. There are column headers in both the master and individual sheets, with the data rows starting on row 4. Is there a way to do this without triggering the "save as"?

I am trying to get a userform/database thing going,

basically, user types in a series of textboxes and hits a "submit" button.

That submit button would copy the values to a recipient table.

How do I get things to copy across workbooks?

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.

View 4 Replies View Relatedway to copy certain cell ranges from a main table into a different sheet (for nicer printing output, as in the main table there are also unused ranges) and in such a way that they would be copied there one after the other with no spaces between them.

( I have say A1:M1 with some cells for labels,

then A2:M4 with a smaller table with some user choices etc. etc.

then again A5:M5 with cells for labels

and A6:M8 with another smaller table with user choices... )

multiply by 2x

Then I want to copy just those ranges that the User has selected something in - e.g. only A1:M4, if he selected something in A2

or A5:M8, if he has selected something in A6

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