This is likely Y.A. pathetically useless/misleading/incorrect error message. Anyone know what the real problem might be? XL03 on XP.
Run-time error '13':
dim c as Range
Set c = .Find(what:="LIQ", _
ActiveCell is a single cell on an unhidden sheet - cell A279.
I can Control-F at this point in Excel, and it finds "LIQ" just fine.
Now here comes the queer part. At least at THIS moment, if activecell is on rows 1 through 26, NO PROBLEM. If it's on rows 28+, death message shown above. J27 is the point where death begins. I've cleared i27:k27 and there's nothing notable there. L279 is the end of UsedRange.
Since this clearly is a bug, I'll really reach far now: there is a "drawing symbol" (a big "right brace") that begins at J34, if that's a clue. (I'm mystified as to what worksheet cells are connected to big drawing symbols like this.)
I'm using a find statement to locate a text string in a column but I get a 'type mismatch' error when I run it. I'm guessing that it's because of what I'm trying to find is a text and it is looking for a number. Anyway to point to the row number of where I find the macthing text in the column?
'Dimension variables used in Macro. Dim Logon As String Dim Level As String Dim RangeFind As Range Set RangeFind = Nothing
I have four columns of data and 25 rows (A1:D25). I wish to add this to a multi-column list box in my user form. My userform is called FundSelect, and my listbox is called FundList. The ColumnCount property is set to 4. When I use the command:
I'm trying to write a pretty simple macro which invokes a built-in DDE function to retrieve some data, then when the data is retrieved, just show a msgbox. When the data is finished being retrieved, cell(20,11) in the sheet "Historical Data" will automatically have "FINISHED" placed in it. So while the retrieval is taking place, I'm simply looping and checking the contents of this cell waiting for it to read "FINISHED". My problem is the 'Do While Sheets("Historical Data").Cells(20, 11) <> "FINISHED"' line generates a "Type Mismatch Runtime Error 13", which I can't for the life of me understand why.
I have a while loop that counts backwards in a seriescollection to find the last value with data. In one particular case, I had to use an IF formula in the source data where it would output NA() if the statment was false, so instead of loop through empty strings until the loop finds a number, it loops through #NA until it finds a number.
This ALMOST works. In Debug mode, the loop actually returns a value of 141, which is what I want, but it won't store it in a variable.
Code: Dim arrRedLimit As Variant Dim dblRedLimit As Double Dim i As Long
(P.S. why I would have "NA" as an output, its because it won't graph, where putting "" for my false condition did)
I have some code which i trialled in a blank workbook and was fine. when i pasted it into the workbook i am working on, i get runtime error 13 type mismatch.
Sub Trackj() Dim a As Long For a = 1 To Sheets.Count If InStr("master", Worksheets(a).Name) < 1 Then Worksheets(a).Cells(40, 6).NumberFormat = "hh:mm" Worksheets(a).Cells(41, 6).NumberFormat = "hh:mm" If Hour(Worksheets(a).Cells(40, 6)) = Hour(Now()) Then If Minute(Worksheets(a).Cells(40, 6)) = Minute(Now()) Then Worksheets(a).Range("B2:B30").Copy Worksheets(a).Range("B52:B80").PasteSpecial (xlPasteValues) End If If Hour(Worksheets(a).Cells(41, 6)) = Hour(Now()) Then If Minute(Worksheets(a).Cells(41, 6)) = Minute(Now()) Then Worksheets(a).Range("B2:B30").Copy Worksheets(a).Range("D52:D80").PasteSpecial (xlPasteValues) End If End If End If End If Next a End Sub And the line that gets hilighted in the editor is:
If Hour(Worksheets(a).Cells(40, 6)) = Hour(Now()) Then
I made this case statment below to look at a cell in Q and if the cell value is "Large Area" then the cell in P same row should be 1 if the case is Varsity then it would be 2 however I keep getting a Type Mismatch. I tried Picker.Text and Picker.Value as well I didn't get errors but it didn't work either.
I have attached a sample file for you to easy reference. So when the code run until the loop function, it will prompt an error message.
The idea is to open the selected file and the copy the data from the selected to this master file by searching the column A. Column A has the identical text in all the files that are to be copied from.
I am trying to only have the option 1, 2, or 3 be entered. I have that part down, but if someone clicks cancel or just closes the input box i get the type mismatch I believe because no integer was found....is there a way around this?
Dim intResponse As Integer intResponse = InputBox("Choose One" & Chr(10) & Chr(10) & "1 - Lease Lock" & Chr(10) & "2 - Upgrade" & Chr(10) & "3 - Lease Lock & Upgrade", "Contract(s) sent out") If inResponse <> 1 Or strResponse <> 2 Or strResponse <> 3 Then MsgBox "Must choose (1,2,3)" Exit Sub End If
I've written a macro for a set of tests I've created. It says "If the old value of the cell is '-' and the user enters 'Pass,' 'Fail,' or '-' then insert something into the cell directly to the right of the modified cell."
However, I'm receiving a Type Mismatch error any time I insert or delete a row. I think this is because of how I'm getting the previous value of a cell. The conditional is saying "I don't have a solution if there was no previous value of the cell."
Code: Dim old_value Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) prev = old_value If Not Application.Intersect(Target, Range("E1:E65000")) Is Nothing Then If prev = "" Or prev = 0 Then 'Do Nothing!