So if we take first line the defect id is 10. The date entered is 21-08-2007 and the status is 1-NY ( means new) NExt line the defect ID is still 10 the date is changed to 22-08-2007 and the previous status is was 1-Ny and the new status is 03- under vurdering (to be evalueted) Third line the defect ID is still 10. The date is changed to 04-01-2008. The previous status was 03- Under vurdering ( to be evalueted). The new status is 10-lukket.
I want to be able to track the time from 1-NY to 10-Lukket.
Now the even more tricky part. As you can see other defects go over different statuses e.g defect number 1000 here.
The sheet I have is 13000 rows and I have a total of 2300 defects
I need a formula that places a "T" next to values where the current cells time is greater than 15 minutes than the previous cells time. The times start in column D3 and I want the formulas to start in column E3.
I have an excel file on a share site which is accessed by several people. The first tab is set up as a home page which directs the person to the relevent part of the work book that they need. My problem is that as the person saves their updates it also saves the location of the workbook they were in. I want it to return to the " homepage" automatically each time it is opened.
I can't figure out how to do a proper formula for calculating time. For instance I have one column that says "Time In", the next is "Time Out" and the other is "Lunch Time". My calculation needs to be this:
Find the total hours between the Time In and Time Out and then Minus the lunch time to get total hours worked for the day. The only way I can get this to work is using 24 Hour time format. Is there another way?
My team and I are attempting to track how much time we are spending in each Excel workbook we create (all workbooks are created from a single template). The problem is that we are often jumping back and forth between different workbooks throughout the day so manual entry methods are neither accurate or practical. Is there a way, with macros or formulas, to embed a time tracker in the template workbook that would only record active (when workbook is selected) time in the workbook?
I have excel vba code to open .xls files on my server. Files to open are chosen by the user via a UserForm within my app, it shows them all their files in their directory on my server. How can I open their files (.xls) that they select but DISABLE the VBA from being able to run/execute, if they have any attched to the file?
I now have all code in place to open the file no problem, I just need to know how to disable the VBA part from being "turned on" when the file opens.
I run a macro which runs saves the active file to a different location to ensure that I retain the original like so -
If ActiveWorkbook. Name = "KEY_DATA_CFT77" + ".xls" Then ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:= _ "H:HOME imcEXCELKEY_DATA_2006KEY_DATA_2006_01KEY_DATA_CFT77_01.xls", FileFormat:= _ xlNormal, Password:="", WriteResPassword:="", ReadOnlyRecommended:=False _ , CreateBackup:=False End If .................................
I want to make break tracker. When i press Windows + L Or CTRL + ALT + DELETE (Lock computer) Automatically lock time upload in my excel sheet. Then when i unlock pc then automatically unlock time will upload in my excel sheet.
the small code i'm writing just needs to do the following:
1. open an .xslx file selected by the user 2. copy 2 worksheets from that file to the current one 3. close the selected file without saving it.
This is my code:
VB: Sub GetData() MsgBox ("Please select a file"), vbOKOnly Master = Application.GetOpenFilename(FileFilter:="Excel Files (*.xlsx), *.xlsx", Title:="Please select a file")
Opening the file works, but the last 3 lines don't because i don't understand how to declare "Master": however i dim it (workbook, object, variant...) i get an error on the GetOpenFilename line. If i don't declare it, i get an error while trying to copy the worksheets.
The Macro asks the user to point at the location of a report, it then copies information out of that report and pastes it into a master sheet. The part I am having trouble with is closing the file that data has been copied from.
can group all opened file in 1 excel tab instead if many tabs? open thru window the file u want... http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a209/tancfc/11444.jpg http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a209/tancfc/fhfh.jpg
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While opening one Excel file I get an error message saying that a 2nd file could not be opened because it cannot be found. I do not want this 2nd file to open. WHere do I find the "command" that is telling this 2nd file to open.
I was working on a tax file yesturday, just a long long list of receipts. and the file is password protected. However, I went to open it today, and I get a message that says: "Filename.xls cannot be opened. the file may be read only, or you may be trying to access a read only location. Or, the server the file is located on may not be responding."
It's on my USB Drive. I've tried copying it to my HD so I can play with a copy, but no dice. When I try that, I get another error message, : Cannot copy Filename.xls. The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable. I've tried the various fixed suggested in the excel help files to no avail. I did a search on the forum, but didn't find anything that seemed to apply or help me. The computer I'm trying to open it on has Office 2003, the one I most recently worked on the file on has office XP. Not sure if this was a source of the problem. Doesn't seem like it should be. Hasn't been in the past. I'm not even getting to the dialogue box asking for my password yet.