Index of the VBProj.VBComponents("ThisWorkbook") component?
I need to refer to that component but not by its name because the file I use, goes to some users that have MS Excel installed with another language and their Excel translate the component's name in that language so
VBProj.VBComponents("ThisWorkbook") should be VBProj.VBComponents("[that-language-translation]")
I have been sent a spreadsheet containing the following Macro, which is fair enough, only thing is, I don't understand the Macro, its too high for my extremely basic knowledge of VBA.
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Dim rng As Range Dim i As Integer Dim sht1 As New Worksheet Dim sht2 As New Worksheet Set sht1 = Sheets(ActiveSheet.Range("D2").Value) Set sht2 = Sheets(ActiveSheet.Range("D3").Value) Set rng = sht1.Range("First_Line") i = 0 Do Until sht1.Cells(rng.Row + i, 1) = "" sht2.Range("Managers_Name") = sht1.Cells(rng.Row + i, 1) sht2.PrintOut i = i + 1 Loop End Sub
translate this for me, step by step, as to what this Code is doing?
I have 3 columns of data, column C has a number representing a length of time in months. I need to add a number to the end of each row (Column D), depending on the number in column C. Example:
If column C has a number between 0 and 3, the number to go in D would be 1. If column C has a number between 4 and 6, the number to go in D would be 2. Here are the list of possiblities (only 5):
0-3 = 1 4-6 = 2 7-9 = 3 10-12 = 4 12+ = 5
This will form part of a macro, so a VBA solution would be ideal. I thought of having a named range and looking up each row with a list of all possiblities. But i see that as rather crude. I'm hoping someone has a more logical solution they could share.
I have several hundred points in cartesian x,y,z coordinates. I used an Excel add-in program to calculate the equation of best fit to the points. The equation is:
z=A*x+B*y+C where (for this case): A= 2.29091 B= -1.77338 C= -192.494
My objective is to define the several hundred x,y,z points in cartesian coordinates about a new cartesian coordinate system whose origin is the centroid of the data points and whose z plane (ie z=0) is equal to the best fit plane defined above (when referenced from the original coordinate system).
Using Pro/e (a cad program), I was able to create the new coordinate system using the x, y, and z intercepts from the best fit plane, and then was able to redefine the points about the new coordinate system. After the points were redefined in Pro/e, I was able to export the points back to Excel; however, I would prefer to only use Excel / VBA because I prefer the calculations be transparent for optimal accuracy and validation.
I've developed a spreadsheet in Excel 2000 where one of the cells contains the number of months a quantity will last, calculated by taking the total amount and dividing it by the amount used each month (a constant).
I would like to have another cell where that number is translated into the future date that number of months represents, so that in addition to seeing how many months the total amount will last, one can see when the amount will be depleted.
For example, suppose it is December 9, 2009 (as it is now) and the number in the number-of-months cell is 6. Then, is there a way that when 6 is calculated, in another cell appears something like June 9 2010 or 6/9/2010 or 6/9/10 (assuming the computer's clock is correct)?
It would be nice if the formula would handle decimals too, such as the date for 6.4 months, but that's not essential.
Lets suppose that in a drop down box I have the words : "I" "want" "to" "create" "a" " sentence".
Well what I would like to do is have each word as selected in the drop down box, placed in another cell creating a sentence.
If you picked the words in order the cell should read: I want to create a sentence or it could read any combination of these words depending in the order they were picked. So it could read: I sentence want to create a sentence if the words were selected in this order.
In Excel 2013, how do I translate all characters of selected cells to Unicode?
There is a formula to translate the first character into Unicode [=UNICODE(text)] and that formula would have worked fine for me .Only if it could translate all the characters to Unicode not just the first one.
In Excel 2013, how do I translate all characters of selected cells to Unicode? There is a formula to translate the first character into Unicode [=UNICODE(text)] and that formula would have worked fine for me .Only if it could translate all the characters to Unicode not just the first one.
I have a text file with rows and columns of numbers ranging from 1-4 digits that I'd like to import/copy into Excel with each number being in its own cell. But whenever I copy/try to import, Excel splits all of the 3-4 digit numbers up into single digit numbers. The text file has 10,000+ columns (each number occupies two columns so I have half of that amount in numbers) and 300+ lines.
Is the file simply too large for Excel to handle or is there a way I can do this?
A B C D E F G 23445566894 Brwn pdc aft Cat1 45687930596 $5 45687930596 Gld wdget adi Cat2 23445566894 $6
In the example above, I would like to do a vlookup in column C that matches the digits in column A to those in column F, with the output being the corresponding value in column G. I believe it involves the left function but not sure how to really use it here.
I'm working on a spreadsheet with about 400 rows and 10 columns. All the numbers in the columns are formatted as text, which doesn't allow me to use AutoSum. I have selected the cells and formatted them as number with no decimals, but AutoSum still doesn't work because the formatting hasn't changed and they're still formatted as text. I know if I double click each cell, the cell changes the format from text to number, but that will take a lot of time to change 400 cells in each of the 10 columns. What can I do to quickly reformat the cells from text to number?
I am looking for a VBA to sort rows which include actual numbers and text representing decomposed CTQs (or procedures in IT development)
Col A Col B 1Billing Accuracy 2Billing Time 3Credit Check Accuracy 4Credit Check Time 2.1Bill preparation
This is the order in which the data is copied and saved from worksheets in which they are developed. Note that 3 rows (188.8.131.52 through 184.108.40.206) are below 8.1.3 (because the three come from Worksheet 8.1.2 which came after worksheet 8.1). The first four rows came from a Top Level Worksheet. I would like to see them intermixed but in proper order.
I need to compare two colums by number decription for example m344 in one column and fsh344-1 in another. All I want to match is 344. In column a I want to indcate the match by placing an X by each match. View my attachment for reference. I don't know if it makes a difference but the columns are centered in my original spreadsheet.
See attached file. A colleague is downloading rows of data from a website which contains a number field Excel is currently treating as Text after being pasted in. My spreadsheet includes just a sample of the many rows of data however as you can see the VALUE function refuses to convert these text values to numbers. How these might be converted and why the VALUE function refuses to work in this case?
I am looking for a formula to grab only the numbers withing a cell that has text in it i.e (John Peters142 lp) or (Sally Jones54) or (Terry Cram310 jkb) sometimes there will be text after the number and sometimes not, the format is as shown with no space between name and number but a space after the number.
we work with both Lotus 123 and Excel 2003. Lotus will be gone next year, but for now, the official mean to publish our reports is Lotus. With my work, I copy/paste a Lotus page to Excel. I use the following macro to convert Lotus format numbers (which Excel considers as text) to real numbers:
Sub ForceToNumber() Dim wSheet As Worksheet For Each wSheet In Worksheets With wSheet . Range("IV65536") = vbNullString .Range("IV65536").Copy .UsedRange.PasteSpecial xlPasteValues, xlPasteSpecialOperationAdd End With Next wSheet End Sub
Source : http://www.ozgrid.com/forum/showthre...087#post184087. The problem is that I need to send back this data in Lotus. Excel considers decimal numbers with a coma as real numbers and numbers with a dot as a text. This previous macro fixes that. However, Lotus works the other way. Only numbers with a dot are considered real numbers. So I would need to find a way to code a macro that converts any numbers in the Excel sheet to a number with a dot. It's a bit like doing the opposite operation.