For worksheets 3 though to worksheet 9 and only columns D, E, F, G, H , I and J, and only rows 4 through to 35 auto update from a source workbook
Note 1: - as you will see in Wookbook A in the attached demo test zip file that row range 4 to 35 varies on each worksheet as the number of towns columns varies on each worksheet. So on one worksheet it might be row 4 to row 12 requiring update whereas on another worksheet it could be row 4 to up to row 35.
Note2: –the source workbook is a closed /non active workbook on another server in my network –path is X/sourcefiles/weeklydate/countfile.xls. In the source workbook the source is sheet 1.
Only update when there is a match of string of the place location name which are ALL listed in column C of the source worksheet –matched to that of string place location names in workbook A in their respective worksheets 3 through to worksheet 9. Then when there is a match – copy the content of the cells that correspond to the place location names in the source workbook (countfile.xls) from the columns D, E, F, G, H, I, and J.
Note 3. The way in which the source countfile works is that each week it will be updated with values/figures starting with column D in week 1 and column E in week 2 and column F in the third week and so on…..In the first week only column D will have values/ figures and the other columns will be empty – and second week only columns D and E will have values/figures – to make the code easy it would be OK to copy across the other columns when they are empty – thus leaving the other columns in workbookA also empty. So in week two when workbook A is opened and is updated from the source file with values/figures for workbook A’s columns D and E of worksheets 3 through to 9 the other columns F, G H, I and J on those worksheets would have only be empty cells or just not updated at all –as the source file at that time would have had only two weeks of figures entered.
Also copy across the column headings in row 4 for columns D, E, F, G, H, I , and J as those headings may change as they are dates.
The final bit that is important part of this is that as worksheet A is updated the formula in column K it will need to auto update as well as it is the initial figures in column D minus the figures in the most recent column updated – so if column G is updated today the formula needs to be =D5 – G5 and =D6-G6 and so on whereas when updated next week the formula would need to change to =D5 – H5 and =C6-H6 and so on.
I have code that links my existing workbook to a closed workbook. It works as planned but it goes to far. In my first workbook, the one containing the code, I may have up to 30 worksheets. If I am on Sheet5 I may need to run the vba code to update cells X:X only on Sheet5 but instead it updates cells X:X on all Sheets in the workbook. How can I keep this from happening?
I have asked this on another forum but it seems to be a difficult thing, perhaps impossible thing to keep from happening.
I am having a workbook (say a.xlsm) which has value entry fields and some values are given to another workbook (say b.xlsm) which has some sort of calculations and the result is projected back to the book a. most of the time book b will be closed. I am using Excel 2010.
I opened and saw that the result which is calculated and projected from workbook b is not getting updated. I opened the workbook b and saw that the values I have entered in a has not been updated in b. note that I am opening one book at a time and I do click on update links when I am asked.
I'm reading data, from specific cells off a closed workbook. When the sheet that needs said cell data is activated, it automatically opens the workbook and references the sheet nessecary. The issue I've come across, is I now need to access another workbook (Easy to open) with 12 sheets 1 for each month, and only read from the worksheet of the actual Month...
Kind of lost on how to possibly make this work. I basically need something like:
I want to write a macro that will copy data from all worksheets of a specified workbook and copy them into a new workbook.
To give some detail, I receive a report each morning containing failed deliveries. I also export a list of failed deliveries from a system (SAP). These reports rarely match so I must compare the two daily. I do this using INDEX and MATCH functions but now my boss wants all the data in a single report so I would like to harness the might of vba to consolodate all the data in one workbook.
The lists of failed deliveries are contained in worksheets marked mon, tue, wed... so I need to search all worksheets for all delivery numbers and copy all of the data into a new book. This becomes complicated because on Monday there is only one tab marked mon, on tuesday there are two (mon & tue), one wednesday there are three and so on.
I have started on some code but I am getting nowhere fast. I have managed to muster an input box which asks for a date (this will be used to search the file path for a file named "failed deliveries & "mm/mm/yyy")
I would like to create a macro which finds data from multiple worksheets and collates them in my Master Worksheet.
I am competent with a lot of functions with Excel, however I have never used Macro's before. I have a little bit of VB knowledge, but only the very basics. I will attempt to explain my situation as clearly as I can.
Please note in your response that I am not familiar with a lot of the programming jargon. I also do not know how to actually create (or is it record?) a macro.
Finally, before I dive into it, I would *prefer* not to have to add code to the closed worksheets, but I can do this if there is no other way!.......
I have a weekly report which lists items and their available date. This list is always changing - new items added, old items removed. These items are required for 4 different projects and the item listed says which project the item date is for. There is also the same item across different projects which also have different dates which also appear and disappear each week depending on requirements.
I want to be able to capture the date for each of the items per project per week. Ultimately, I want to be able to track the movement of the date per item per project. I have attached a sample of how I want it to do.
I am currently using the COUNTIFS formula to get the information I need when the workbook is open but I would like to be able to pull these counts without opening the workbook. Here is the formula that is working correctly while the workbook is open:
=COUNTIFS([TT_Output_All.xlsx]Sheet1!$C:$C,D$1,[TT_Output_All.xlsx]Sheet1!$F:$F, "2014",[TT_Output_All.xlsx]Sheet1!$I:$I,$A17,[TT_Output_All.xlsx]Sheet1!$L:$L, "production: am owner")
Convert this formula to an array that doesn't require me to open the workbook to get the counts.
I have a userform I attached here with 3 combo boxes where a user can pick districts and schools, etc. When they click ok, the various tabs in this macro enabled workbook will "refresh" with the metrics for that entity)combination of picks from form) across the board. Each tab will have multiple pivot charts/tables so the filters will need to be addressed. I've been looking for code to kind of match this scenario. I've seen some that kind of in the ballpark, but due to the size and complexity, I suspect this will be extensive, right?
Is there code that will take certain data from one Excel sheet to another named file in a different place on the network? Example Copy cell aa47 from "Recent Faxes.xls" that sits in "correspondence" folder. Then paste into cell B25 "Current Documentation.xls" in the "Sales Contacts" folder
I'm trying to do some averages for a year to date "cover" sheet. Worksheet 2 is Jan, Worksheet 3 is Feb, etc..through December. Worksheet 1 is the year to date averages. My data is a formula on each worksheet in cell B22, I thought I had the function written correctly however Excel won't take it:
I have a task to complete that requires me to extract worksheets from hundreds of workbooks and consolidate them into one "master" workbook. Out of the hundreds of workbooks, there is only one worksheet that I need to extract from each. The worksheet's name is "CostData". Once I have all the worksheets in one workbook, I will have to create buttons that will be able generate reports and charts based off the data in the worksheets. This will assist in determining cost comparisons, trends, and predictions. I am sure something like this has been done before, so can someone please help me out! Is there any code out there that can do this?
I've been using the following code to bring in individual cell values from one closed workbook to an active one. I would like to modify this is possible to bring in multiple cells at once and also pull them into a different worksheet in the active workbook. Basically, my command button is on Sheet1 but I'd like the data to pull into a cell on Sheet2.
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() With Range("Q9") .Formula = "='C:Users[Workbook Name.xlsm]Worksheet Name'! N27" .Value = .Value End With
I would like to be able to use VBA to add a total amount from different worksheets. What I have attached is a copy of my workbook. It is a blank PO and at the bottom is the word total. Is there any way that I could use VBA or an add in to be able to sum the numbers that are adjacent to the word total on separate worksheets?copy.xlsm
I have about 30 Excel files, each with multiple tabs. Each file has a tab called "Invoice." I would like to create one workbook with all 30 Invoice tabs. As of not I am manually copying and pasting, which takes a while. There has to be an easier way, and I found this VB script to combine entire workbooks.
Is there any way I can run this and get just that Invoice tab and not all tabs on all files?
Sub GetSheets() Path = "C:UsersdtDesktopdt kte" Filename = Dir(Path & "*.xls") Do While Filename <> "" Workbooks.Open Filename:=Path & Filename, ReadOnly:=True For Each Sheet In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets Sheet.Copy After:=ThisWorkbook.Sheets(1) Next Sheet Workbooks(Filename).Close Filename = Dir() Loop End Sub
I am trying to optimize my code below. It works but it is soo slow, it seems to slow down on the array copy and paste special areas. I believe this is because its doing a cell to cell paste method. These sheets have data as well as graphs that i want to retain on the new sheet, but i could select ranges for each each if that would speed up this procedure.
Sub CreateDataSheet() Dim ws As Worksheet Dim sDataOutputName As String With Application .Cursor = xlWait .StatusBar = "Saving DataSheet..." .ScreenUpdating = False
I have groups of folders that I need to extract "Sheet2" from each workbook and assemble them into one workbook. Along the way I want to rename the sheets to the file name (-xls). I have assembled this code so far but it is broken
Sub CombineSheets() Dim sPath As String Dim sFname As String Dim wBk As Workbook Dim wSht As Variant
I have an open workbook (A) and this is where the code should reside. I want to use VBA to copy the content of an entire worksheet from a closed workbook (B) to an existing worksheet in workbook A. How would you accomplish this?
I have some vba that opens a closed workbook, copies data from a named range and then pastes it to the active workbook.
However, what is happening is that the closed workbook is opened and only part of the data is pasted. What I would prefer to happen is this:
Open the closed workbook-->copy the named range-->paste(append) to next empty cell in column B.
Heres the code that I have got.
Sub Workbook_test()Dim wb As Workbook Application.ScreenUpdating = False ' turn off the screen updating Set wb = Workbooks.Open("G:WAREHOUSEPlanningSmartNew Training Plan raining plan.xls", True, True)
I have a workbook that has five worksheets listing warehouse inventory items. One worksheet for 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2009. In column b of each worksheet is a column B with a heading of "Item Number". There are hundreds of item numbers on each worksheet.
I would like to be able to find and highlight item numbers that appear in multiple years. Preferably color coded showing appears in five, four and three years. If that's too difficult than just items that appear in all five years. I tried conditional formatting, but have been unsuccessful.
Lastly, is there a way to list any duplicate item numbers on a new worksheet.
I have a userform which loads the data into a worksheet named "Data" which is being used as a database for an event scheduler. I also load a calendar from a worksheet named "Month" so I need the information from the userform "UForm01" added to 2 worksheets.
The userform adds a series of textboxes to worksheet "Data" in the first open row. I also need certain textboxes from the Userform to be added to another worksheet to populate the calendar.
I have five excel separate excel files containing values covering more than 500,000 rows each. I want to put then in a single excel workbook without tedious work of copy/paste to sheets of this workbook.