I have been using this code to auto print a series of workbooks whose file date contains the day i want. Each if statement looks to a different folder location to find the spreadsheet with the desired date and auto prints that sheet before moving on to the next if and spreadsheet, and then finally closing. I use an input box to get the date/day variable.
The spreadsheets i auto print are in folders labeled for different months of the year, i.e. 0107, 0207 etc. I want to be able to enter the MONTH i want the spath to look for, in other words, i want to be able to input first the month, which tells the rest of the routine what folder to look for the next input, which is the date of the spreadsheet. I am flummoxed by the variable itself.
The code is below.
Public Sub Auto_Open()
Dim sCurFile As String
Dim sPath As String
fpath = InputBox("shift and day (BXX) of the month to print?", "print")
'Get the path
sPath = "k:2007207"
If sPath <> "" Then
On Error Resume Next
Application. ScreenUpdating = False
If Right(sPath, 1) <> "" Then
sPath = sPath & ""
Private Sub cmdImport_Click() Dim exportFile As String exportFile = "c:jpmimportTrinity_ImpImport_" & Format( Date, "dd-mm-yy") + "_" + Format(Time, "hh:mm:ss") & ".csv" Open exportFile For Output As #1
I put a watch on exportFile and it's correctly set to: "c:jpmimportTrinity_ImpImport_15-02-07_17:55:01.csv"
However if I try to run this I get "bad file name or numer" when I open for output - the path exists and I can write to it, so must have a fundamentally wrong approach.
I have a macro that inserts a photo via a photo path that has been set as an object variable. This macro has always worked for me in Excel 2003 but after updating to Excel 2013, the macro gives me a "runtime error 1004 - unable to get the insert property of the picture class". When I debug, Excel crashes.
The macro is designed to loop through up to nine fields (in 9 adjacent columns) and find a photo path for a picture, insert the picture, and print that page, then go to the next column, get the photo path and insert that picture and repeat. The initial part of the macro is as follows. The PhotoID as Object seems to be what no longer works...
I do not care if the inserted photos are maintained in the file when it is not connected to the3 drive hosting the photos, only that I can print them when the drive is available.
Sub PrintPDFImpSums()[INDENT][INDENT]Dim PageNo Dim RangePrint As Range Dim Photo As Picture
I am having trouble getting a macro to open a specific file from an open workbook in the same folder based on the current path of the open file. The application is this... I have two files in the same folder. The first is for data entry and it contains a macro button that will open the second which is a template to which the data in the first will be copied. I can easily do this with a fixed path to the second file, however, I would like to be able to move or copy the folder containing these files to other locations or computers without having to change the path each time. I would like to base the path to the second file minus the file name on the first (already open file) path. Assuming that the first file containing the desired macro button is already open, here is one of many of my attempts...
I am running a macro which ends up showing the save as dialog box. The name is correct (data) and the type is correct (XML files) but no matter what I try the file path is not right. Here is the section of
Set fs = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set js = fs.CreateTextFile(sDataFile, True, False) Set f = fs.GetFile(sDataFile) sFilePath = f.parentfolder & "" Set f = Nothing
How do I set the file path? I have already seen lots of answers to this but they are based on changing the path permanently or on there being no dialog box already open. I need total automation with the user not being able to see any of the save process.
1 I need to open a csv file in order to use data in it at location "C:BarkingEMCIN" to input into an xls spreadsheet. I then need to use the info from the xls spreadsheet along with other info input by users to produce another .csv and it be deposited at "C:BarkingEMCOUT"
The name of the file at "C:BarkingEMCIN" will change everyday or even multiple times a day and be in the format "AVA_DA_260208_BPL_EDF_001.CSV" "AVA DA " will remain the same "260208" will be todays date the next 2 will be interchangeable depending on requirements and use BPL EDF and SSE will be interchangeable depending on requirements and 001 will be the version whcih will be changable. _ underscores will be used as seperators
They will then be save in the format "NOM_DA_260208_BPL_EDF_001.CSV" using the same prinipals as before but automatically saving as the next available when needed with a prompt to tell the user what it will be
I am looking for macro that when run, will open a file explorer window and prompt the user to select a folder and file where they have data stored. Then I need it to be stored as a variable and used as a part of a "Workbook.Open Filename" command.
The reason for this is that, I have a huge formatting marco stored within a workbook. When a user extracts a report from SAP, I want the workbook to grab the file that is extracted, open it and import all of the data in order to be formatted.
I have the following code written but I'm wondering if it's possible to modify this to change the red line to update to the path that the workbook is saved in? Meaning that User1Folder1 would change but [Workbook1.xlsm]Sheet1'E1 would always be the same.
VB: Sub openfiles()Dim Path As String Dim ExcelFile As String ' Path = GetFolder("C:UsersKinteshDesktop") Path = "C:UsersKinteshDesktopVBA programmingMaps" ExcelFile = Dir(Path & "*.xls")
NextCode: GetFolder = sitem Set fldr = Nothing End Function
My problem is that the code all actually works (including the function and when I use the commented part), but pointing to this one specific directory (the one I'm using right now), literally nothing happens.
I’m working on a project using Microsoft Excel 2010 and I want to add some features to facilitate saving and retrieving files process.
1.How can I save the daily created workbooks (Assume 15 files a day) in order to contain the current date (and time if possible) linked with certain cell(s) I have at my workbook forming the file name? (XYZ 2-4-2014) and/or (ABC 2-4-2014 23:11) and so on …
2.I’ve been through some other posts and I found VB code which saves the active file into specific path, but it is only useful for single workbook because multiple files are getting overwritten automatically. Is there a code which allows multiple/different files saving & creates daily folders?
I am using an XY scatter chart that displays the planned path and an actual path as I go. The planned path is set up in 100' increments and goes 12000' and actual path varies along the way.
My data that I use is the Northing (ft), Easting (ft) and Vertical Section (ft) for both the planned path and actual path.
I was wondering if there was an east way to get that information from the chart or if there is a formula that would allow me to calculate distance between the two points by using the data I use for my chart.
Trying to create a VBA code that will enter a formula such as: SUM(Q2:Qt) in a range of cells for instance A2:A10, and if there is information in B11, B12, B13 etc., it will consider that variable change and enter the SUM formula in cells A11, A12, A13.
I read that Dim LR As Long is the solution but not sure how to apply.
The row on the top currently matches the column on the left side. This was done by using simple commands like "=A4", "=A5", "=A6" in the top row. Now I am trying to expand this table to a variable amount of columns and rows (there will always be 3 more rows than columns like there currently is above), so I want to write some code in VBA that will put these equations in the cells for me.
Here is the tricky part though. The numbers in the left column are actually calculated using the solver, and the numbers in the middle cells reference both the left column and top row. Because of this, I actually need to put an equation in the top row (like the previously mentioned "=A4") so that it always has the newest result from the solver.
The left column will always be in the same row, so only the number itself needs to change, but I'm not sure how to do this.
I want the buttons to run a seperate piece of code to start, but then all buttons run a similar piece of code at the end. I am hoping to be able to pass a variable from the first piece of code each button runs into the section of code that all share (which I have done as a seperate macro)
I have a spreadsheet with about 30 charts on it that I would like to attach a macro to which opens the chart in a form. I've figured out how to do this last part, but am stuck on how to pass a variable to the form code which tells excel which chart to copy. Essentially what I'm doing creating a macro for each chart which would run when that chart is clicked on. This macro is identical for each chart except for the name of the chart being passed.
Sub Chart1_click() ShowChart "Chart 1" End Sub
Sub ShowChart(c As String) frmChart.Show End Sub
In the UserForm_Initialize code located in the userform module, I'd like to call the code which saves and loads the image of the clicked on chart. But here's where I'm stuck. How do I pass c to the code in the form module...e.g, how to pass c to UserForm_Intialize and to ChartZoom? Here's what I have so far...
Private Sub UserForm_Initialize(c As String) ChartZoom c End Sub
Private Sub ChartZoom(c As String)
Dim Cht As Chart Set Cht = ActiveSheet.ChartObjects(c).chart Dim CName As String CName = ThisWorkbook.Path & "cht.gif" Cht.Export Filename:=CName, FilterName:="GIF" imgCht.PictureSizeMode = fmPictureSizeModeZoom imgCht.Picture = LoadPicture(CName)
I am trying to figure out how to use a variable as a row number for use in a range name and/or a pivot table range. Right now I have a range of R571C17, but the row number will change with each use of the pivot table formation macro.
Like that.. Except i've tried a million different combinations of " and & in different places to try and get it to compile. It refuses too. It always gives the error "Expected list seperator or )" I know I could just do it individually from C to K but I'd like to learn how to do it this way as well.