I have two userform combo boxes, the second follows up on the results of the first.
The second Combo Box looks for incomplete fields and provides them in a drop box. If the data the second Combo Box is looking at (This is different data than the first Combo Box is looking at.) is complete it updates the field, if not then it adds it to the drop down list.
My problem is this, if it finds everything updated and nothing is added to the drop-down list, how do I exit? I just want a complete break where all programming ends.
I am in the Initialize subroutine and I have tried Exit Sub and it still brings up the user form.
I would like the users to be able to exit the whole module via double clicking the form. When the form is double clicked, the double click event appears and I am wondering how to put code into this procedure which exits the whole module.
I would like to call upon a function until a certain criterion is fullfilled. Then, I would like to have the result returned to me and exit (all) open functions. For value1 = 1 and value2 = 10 I expect value1*value2 = 100. Instead, the routine returnz zero. What is the logical flaw in the code below.
Function testfunction(value1, value2) If value1 = value2 Then 'Calculating the difference testfunction = value1 * value2 Exit Function ElseIf value1 < value2 Then value1 = value1 + 1 Call testfunction(matrix1, matrix2) End If End Function
I use the macro below to loop through files, which works fine. Can the code be modified so that when a specific file is opened, the entire macro stops? Exit Sub only seems to stop the inner loop, but I would like the entire macro to be stopped.
Sub Loop_Through_Files() Dim FSO As Scripting.FileSystemObject Dim FF As Scripting.Folder Set FSO = New Scripting.FileSystemObject Set FF = FSO.GetFolder("D:") DoOneFolder FF
I need a userform textbox event that fires after I tab or click out of the textbox. Going by the list of options:Beforedragover, BeforeDroporPaste, Change, DblClick, DropButtonClick, Error, Keydown, Keypress, keyup, mousedown, mousemove, mouseup.
I can't figure out which one will do what I want. The change event happens instantaneously which doesn't work. I need to fire off the event when my focus leaves the textbox.
I would like a macro or event, etc to round an inputted time to the nearest 15 min increment upon exit of a cell.
For example, a user inputs a raw time into cell B5. Upon exit from B5 I would like the macro to round that time to the nearest 15 minutes and keep the time in cell B5. All of the cells in column B would need to have this capability.
1. How do I call teh macro upon exit from the cell
2. What is the code to grab that data from the cell in column B, round it to the nearest 15 minute increment and then put that value back into the same cell?
The macro does numerous things, including deleting the sheet that was active when it is called. If the sheet is not deleted, there is no crash. Otherwise, Excel crashes as soon as the VBA interpreter hits "Exit Sub". The Excel message is simply "Excel Stopped Working". The macro also saves the workbook before finishing, and the saved workbook opens just fine, but it's unacceptable to have to kill Excel and restart it every time (I am not the main user for this spreadsheet). I'm using Excel 2010 on Windows 7.
This is weird - if you delete a sheet that contained a control then
a. showing a modeless userform resluts in a userofrm that goes invisible at subroutine End b. public variables lose their value
These things do not happen if the sheet did not contain a control. Attached is an example file - put the inputfile.xls in your default file location (or add a path in the code) then open the ProblemDemo.xls and run the main macro to see it fal - isthis another Excelbug I've found?
I have some code that expects the user to select a file to open. If they don't select a file it posts an error message "Stopping because you didn't select a file" then it exits. However then Excel pops a debug window. How can I get it to cleanly exit and not pop the debug window?
I entered an activex object command thing.. and now I'm not sure how to exit out of it.. it just keeps alerting errors messages like reference is not valid and other ones depending on what I type in the formula box.
I just want to remove the object, but I can't get past the error alerts.. they just keep coming every single time I click somewhere on the workbook trying to exit out of it.. so I'm not sure how to even get out of it.. I don't want to open up Task Manager to exit out of the entire program because I didn't save my workbook.
I have the code below assigned to a commandbutton. I also have 4 or so other private sub macros on this worksheet. When the activecell is in range 2 and I push the button, it exits the sub routine like it's supposed to. But then it deactivates all the other macros and they won't work again until I close the workbook. How can I get this code to exit the macro if the first if statement is true and to not affect any other macros?
I have an input box which has OK and cancel buttons If the user clicks cancel I would like to routine to end, which I can do with exit sub. However this particular sub routine has been called from another so the rest of the code continues. Is there a way of exiting all the routines on cancel -- or a neater way than exit sub ?
I'm using a multipage control on a form that has the style set to fmTabStyleButtons. So it uses buttons instead of tabs. I named one of my buttons (tabs) to Close. Can I set this up to where just pressing the Close button will cause it to exit the app not just go to that page?
I have 2 sheets to this program. I open the properties to change the ScrollArea of Sheet1 to $A$1:$N$24 so the users that will be using this cannot scroll down to see data. As soon as I hit save, or even Save As and replace the file, then reopen it, I am able to scroll on Sheet1. Now, I do not recall if this same thing was happening prior to restricting access to the workbook or not. One thought I have is because I am the fully authorized user, is that why, even after saving I am able to scroll? Would someone who does not have the permissions that I do in the work book not be able to scroll? Or am I just missing something small?
recently excel 2003 began forcing the save as dialogue box when i try to close the workbook. I do not remember installing anything in particular on my machine when it started acting up.
I tried uninstalling office with Revo Uninstaller (gets rid of those pesky registry entries that the control panel add/remove leaves behind).
I reinstalled and I have the same issue.
Im thinking it is a macro of some sort as when I open the program holding down shift, it does not prompt me to save as when I exit. I do have one excel add in installed, but I have used it for many years without any issues.