Here at work we have a set of 12 workbooks, that form an extensive activity plan. I have created an add-in that creates a worksheet menu bar item and adds different functionalities to these 12 files. Because any user might have more than one of these documents open at one time, I am forced to refer to the documents by ActiveWorkbook. A bonus added feature: the names of these files change periodically, but not at the same time.
Before running any procedure I must validate that the active book is one of these files. Currently I am testing the existence of a veryhidden sheet codenamed "shIsValid" in the workbook. Now I'm thinking, there has to be a better way to do this. Simplest way would be if ThisWorkbook object had a Tag property similar to UserForms, but this doesn't seem to be the case. I wonder, is there actually a way to give a workbook any identifier (boolean, string or number) that I can access directly, so I can get rid of these dummy worksheets.
does anyone have any thoughts on any way to create a formula that will create a unique identifier for a single row? I thought about using concatenate to combine a few columns in a row which will probably work 99% of the time, but I cant risk it being wrong 1% of the time. Any ideas on how to incorporate checking if the concatenation (aka the unique identifier) already exists, and if so, add a number or something to it to make it unique?
The data has rows added and removed on a normal basis in random spots on the sheet so I cant simply just have a number incrementing for each row I add as the unique identifier. In other words, the unique identifier should never change even if I add or remove rows anywhere in the sheet.
I have a spreadsheet (Excel 2000) that contains around 10,000 rows. I now need to be able to identify each row via a unique identifier, but am having trouble working out what to do when new rows are added or when existing rows are copied and paste.
New rows and copied rows should get new unique identifiers, but I can see no way of doing this. Does anyone have any suggestions? There is nothing unique about the data that I can hang on to and the "SheetChanged" event does not fire for inserted rows in Excel 2000.
This spreadsheet is owned by one of our clients, so I can't add new worksheets or columns to the existing workbook - I can just add cell comment.
I thought this would be very easy to achieve in Excel but is proving difficult. Basically I have a number of excel worksheets with the headers as below. What I would like to do is to use the staff number from each worksheet to populate and sum a master worksheet. Some staff numbers will be in each of the workbooks while some are only in one. While the employee name should also be the same in each of the workbooks there are some differences in spelling etc.
Mon - Fri Mon - Sat Saturday Sunday/Public Hols OVERTIME Staff NoEmployee Name6 am - 11 am5pm - 12 Midnight12 Midnight - 8am8am - 12 Midnight8am Sun - 8am Mon
How would I set up a formula that can search for a unique identifier if the unique identifier is not know.
I would like to set up this formula in Tab 1 where it looks to column A in Tab 2, which is a column of about 600 unique identifiers, to find any cells containing the string "VA". There will be multiple cells that include "VA" in the string
I would like this formula to collect all the cells in the column A in Tab 2 into a column of cells in Tab 1 beginning in Cell A5. I would copy the formula in Cell A5 of Tab 1 down multiple lines. I can add a segment to the formula that will return a blank if there are no more cells with the indicated string included.
Tab 1 formula begins in Cell A5Tab 2 of Unique IdentifiersFormula that will copy first cell in Tab 2 that includes VA in the string from Tab 2VANewsprint23005-2119Formula that will copy next cell in Tab 2 that includes VA in the string from Tab 2TNPackaging37309etcALPackaging35044etcVAPackaging24526-0040etcONPackagingP0K 1E0NHPackaging03743VAPackaging24521NYPackaging13667MIPackaging49099VA Packaging24426ONPackagingM1P2Y9ONPackagingM1P 2Y9WIPackaging53512-0386MIPackaging49042VAPackaging24504
I think a macro could probably do this, but I am worthless with VBA. What I need to do is consolidate lines of text if they have the same numeric identifier. See below.
ID Text 345 This is a sentence that 345 has line breaks in it, but 345 needs to be consolidated 345 into one cell, if you would 345 be so kind as to help me. 345 KTHX! 346 Oh no, here's another one 346 that has a different number 346 of rows. Eep!
Not sure how to consolidate text or concatenate it, since it's not always going to be the same number of rows each time this happens. I need something with an if statement and...some other crap.
I am trying to use a formula that will populate A3 with the value of A2, all the way down the column. (as per the area highlighted in yellow) As you can see on the example sheet, the account code changes periodically, this has been causing me many problems!
As the list i am working on has around 100 differfent codes, it is too time consuming to copy paste manually
Reason for this is so that each invoice number in column B, will have a unique identifer in column A (account code)
I have an extract that includes unique attempts to complete a transaction. Sometimes these transactions fail 1 or multiple times. Sometimes they are successful in one try. other times they first fail and then are retried and succeed. I am trying to flag failures in a new column that later succeed in the same session. Here is my data:
Date Order # Session ID Mac Address Status
5/2/14 O123 A100 11111111F Failed
I would what these flagged as such:
Date Order # Session ID Mac Address Status Successful Retry?
I would like to copy values corresponding to a unique identifier from one sheet to another, using the vlookup function. The problem is that after a certain cell the values are given as N/A even though they are present in the sheet I want to copy them from.
How is code or functions kept unique to a workbook? for instance i create a few toolbars that are relevant to "work book 1", however when i open another workbook "2" the toolbars do not function properly or are removed by the opening/closing of the work book, similarly other macros seem to struggle with more than one workbbok open at a time.
I have undertaken a project and have hit a brick wall.
I'll try and translate my request in the easiest way I can.
I have a piece of software that stores what software is installed on a machine when it connects to my domain.
I therefore have a list of software that is installed on machines that connect to my domain. Each machine that connects to the domain has a unique identifier code.
At present I have about 500 different pieces of software on the various machines.
The unique identifier for the software installed on each machine is a combination of the application (column B), the program (column C) and the version (column D)
I wanted to give each seperate piece of software a unique ID number.
I was wanting to run a formula similar to the pseudocode below: If $b$1="adobe" and $c$1="126.96.36.199" and $d$1="adobe reader", then "1", elseif $b$1="adobe" and $c$1="188.8.131.52 and $d$1="adobe pro" then "2", else "no software ID"
I am thinking that if I can get every piece of software that is installed on the machines to have a software ID then I can create a software ID allowed list then I can create a formula to identify what laptops have software on the "allowed" and "banned" lists.
The problem at present is getting the sotfware to lookup what software ID they have as they need to check 3 columns with a lookup list.
I am trying to achieve the following. In D2: AQ2 there a values indicating the subject identifier for that column, eg in D2 it is SEN and E2 is Art. Each row represents a pupil name into which grades are inputted. I want to compile a list of column identifiers that corresponds to a D grade (it could be D, D- or D+) eg
A2 Name ----D2 SEN --- E2 Art --- F2 Business Studies A3 Bob ------D3 D+ ----- E3 A -----F3 C A4 Tim ------D4 C -----E4 D------F4 D A5 Pete------D5 D------E5 D+ -----F5 D-
Expected output for Bob is SEN. Expected output for Tim is Art, Business Studies. Expected output for Pete is SEN, Art, Business Studies.
I've enclosed a small sample of the actual worksheet. Expected results for row 3 start in cell CP3.
I have a Sheet in a workbook that has about 250 Unique supervisors in it (column A) It has about 2300 rows of employees. Is there a macro that can take the employees supervisor column (A) and break the rows associated to that supervisor into a new sheet & and name the sheet with the supervisorís name? Can excel have 250 sheets (2003 version)?
I have been attempting to solve a problem for quite some time and would love any help anyone can provide. I'm on Win XP, Excel 2003.
I have a series of assets each with a unique number to identify it in it's own row. In a separate worksheet I have a column with just these numbers next to a column with a word assigned to each number. Some are only listed once but many are listed multiple times. I was looking for a function that will retrieve the information in the second worksheet and place it in the row that it corresponds to the number in the first sheet. I've listed an idea of what it looks like below. I'm looking for it to search for every instance of that number and provide what's next to it. The first set of information is what I have, the last is what I'd like it to look like.
I am trying to make sure that I give my worksheet a unique name in the workbook. To do this I create a name that really really really should be unique, but just in case I also try to check it against existing worksheets, and this is where I am having the problem. I thought the following code would trigger the 'goto' on a 'subscript out of range' error (ie. the sheet doesn't exist), and then carry on:
I have tried a slew of different formulas but I can't seem to get the outcome I am looking for. I need to make a station comparison for an individual project build based off a master list. Sheet 1 has the individual build with column A as a part number, column b as a description and column c as a quantity required and column D is blank. Sheet 2 has a master list of every part we carry formatted as: column a as a part number, column b as a description, column c as a quantity required and column d as a unique station identifier for that part (which is always a number).
What I am trying to do is match the part number on Sheet 1 Column A to Sheet 2 Column A, and when a match is found, take the unique identifer under column D associated with that part number and have it displayed on Sheet 1 Column D.
Sheet 1 will change with each build, but it will always be the same format in columns a,b,c,d. Basically I have a format on sheet 1 for what is needed to build each custom kit (787 kits) and sheet 2 carries every part we offer along with the identifer in column d (always a number value). I want to create a formula I can easily copy to match the value in sheet 1 column a to sheet 2 column a and add the identifier from sheet 2 column D to sheet 1 column D. The average kit is roughly 120+ parts so doing that for each part 787 times will be a nightmare. Also in case this matters, sheet 1 column A will have the parts arranged in a random order based on what is desired for that kit. Sheet 2 column A has the part numbers in order from our lowest part number to the highest number (basically an entire inventory list sorted from lowest to highest).
(For sheet 1, since it doesnt carry formating 11111111 is in column a, nut, flange is in column b, 1.00 is in column c and the output data i want would go into column D)
Sheet 1 A B C D 11111111Nut, Flange 1.00 *Starts blank* -looking for - Output from Sheet 2 Column D (1) 33333333Bolt, Squared 4.00 *Starts blank* -looking for - Output from Sheet 2 Column D (4) 55555555Bolt, Coated 3.00 *Starts blank* -looking for - Output from Sheet 2 Column D (2) 22222222Bolt, Hex 4.00 *Starts blank* -looking for - Output from Sheet 2 Column D (11) 44444444Bolt, Screw Type 2.00 *Starts blank* -looking for - Output from Sheet 2 Column D (3)
Sheet 2 A B C D 11111111Nut, Flange 1.00 1 22222222Bolt, Hex 4.00 11 33333333Bolt, Squared 4.00 4 44444444Bolt, Screw Type 2.00 3 55555555Bolt, Coated 3.00 2
I have an excel sheet with over 50thousand entries, each entry is identified by an ID code in the L column. I want a code that creates a new workbook with all entries having thesame ID code. if it's not too much, i want to have a pop-up window that asks me to enter the ID code.
My workbook contains a input sheet and multiple sheets with the data I compile. In the examples I provided, on each sheet "Server Name" is unique data to each sheet. I would like to have the ability on the Input sheet to click one of the server names and that take the user to the record on sheet 2. Not sure iif I need to be looking at a Macro or a formula to do this.
I have to copy and paste each group of "Control Accounts" from column A into a separate workbook. I want to create a macro that can open as many new workbooks as there are unique records in column A and copy paste each group of unique records into those different workbooks.
this code "Creates a New Workbook" for each item listed in an excel table, then, copy all unique values in their respective Workbook and save it. So, the problem is this. instead of creating a "New Workbook", i want to open a previously created Workbook (template) and do the procedures listed above. Is this posible?
Sub Copy_To_Workbooks() Dim CalcMode As Long Dim ws1 As Worksheet Dim ws2 As Worksheet Dim WSNew As Worksheet Dim rng As Range Dim cell As Range Dim Lrow As Long Dim foldername As String Dim MyPath As String Dim FieldNum As Integer Dim FileExtStr As String Dim FileFormatNum As Long Set ws1 = Sheets("Sheet1") '<<< Change If Val(Application.Version) < 12 Then 'You use Excel 97-2003 FileExtStr = ".xls": FileFormatNum = -4143 Else If ws1.Parent.FileFormat = 56 Then FileExtStr = ".xls": FileFormatNum = 56 Else FileExtStr = ".xlsx": FileFormatNum = 51 End If End If..............
I have a condition setup (under "This Workbook") upon opening a spreadsheet to verify a computer's predetermined motherboard serial number that will shut the Excel workbook down if the numbers do not match. This works fine. What I'd like to do is to add a second condition that will allow a password to be entered in a textbox if the numbers do not match so that the serial number condition could be manually overridden, if necessary. If the serial number and the password are incorrect the workbook automatically closes.
Here is the code that works:
Private Sub Workbook_Open() If CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").GetDrive("C:").SerialNumber "-XXXXXXX" Then ActiveWorkbook.Close False End Sub
Here is what I am attempting to do that is not functioning properly - need to add a textbox to enter a password to override an incorrect serial number
Private Sub Workbook_Open() If CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").GetDrive("C:").SerialNumber "-XXXXXXX" Then Dim Rng Rng = InputBox("aaaaaa") If Rng "aaaaaa" Then ActiveWorkbook.Close False End Sub
I have a set of 4 multiple choice answers B,C,D,E column "F" lists a # 1-4 which lets you know which column letter (b,c,d,e) the correct answer is in. I want to set up a formula that will copy the contents of the correct answer (based on that # identifier) and copy it into column "A" which is currently blank.
I have a main workbook that is meant to summarize data from other workbooks
In Row 6 from column H on I have workbook names in each cell
Column G in all workbooks (including the main one) contains our branch #'s for our offices
For each workbook listed in row 6 , I need to open that workbook (I have that setup with the code below---notice there is an AX.xls that is appended to the file names listed in row 6 in order for the names to match what is in the windows directory)
In the newly opened workbook, I need to, for each value in column G, copy the value from adjacent cell in column H (the dollar value) then search column G of the main workbook for a matching branch and paste the value to the appropriate row under the workbook name column (remember workbook names are in row 6)
The trouble is, for each branch in column G in the newly opened workbook that cannot be found in the main workbook, I need to paste the new branch # at the bottom row of/in column G and the $ value (H column value from the newly opened workbook) to the corresponding row under the workbook name column
Dim Rng As Range Dim WB As Workbook Dim MyPath As String Dim lastCol As Integer Dim newRange As Range