I have data in Row 53 that spans 7 columns, but stays in the same row. I want to design a loop to select every 7th cell in that row and check if it is empty. If not, add onto a "counter" then display the final number of occupied cells (the value of the counter) at the end. This is what I have so far, but I get all sorts of errors.
Code: Sub Tester()
Dim WB As Workbook Dim WS As Worksheets Dim modCounter As Long Dim Cell As Range
Set WB = Workbook("Transverse Series.xlsm") Set WS = WB.Sheets(BM18)
I do construction work, and to save on record-keeping, I'm trying to autopopulate a "summary" excel table by only filling out my "accounting" table. I made a sample table, and I'm having a hard time linking it.
For instance, I fill in rows 2 through 9 of the accounting table. Then on the next tab, The concrete section automatically grabbed rows 2 and 8. What I can't figure out, is how to get the summary table to autopopulate without leaving blank rows for rows 3 through 7.
How can I write code to test if a cell is blank? My code is using "isempty" but I keep type mismatch error because my cells are filled with formulas that make the cells blank. It only works if the cells are truly empty with no formulas.
But Sometimes there will be no data in the range and this code will copy the row above the array D5:AO5 and paste in the Matrix2 range B52 which is the catalist for a cascade of errors. The only thing I can think of is to use named ranges - But a this stage when the calculations fallover - well a little anoying
How to leave a cell truly empty if the criteria of my IF statements is untrue. Currently, I'll write something like:
But for some reason, when I copy and paste the resulting range of values elsewhere (to rid myself of the formula that determined them), the cells that did not return a value (where the statement is FALSE), are not recognized by a "Go To Special > Blanks" request, until I select all of the "empty cells" and clear them manually. Yet when I try to do a search on the same range for an empty space, I get no hits.
How I might be able to create an IF statement that would look at various cells and if empty, would go to the next indicated cell, ect, until it found data and then conduct the sum analysis indicated in my formula below.
The cells identified in my formula, which look for "", I want to skip to the next as stated above if empty.
I have a sheet with several thousasnd lines that has empty cells between the account number and account name. I need to fill those cells with the account number and account name so that it can be used in a pivot.
I have created a user form with a combo box and three text boxes. The drop down box is populated via the initialization of the form; code is posted below.
the "add item" names are names that are already on the worksheet in column 1. What i have done is used the command button "submit" to populate the information from the textboxes to the worksheet.
what i would ike to do is populate the empty cells below this area with the information that is in all three text boxes and the combo box. for the IF / elseif statments i have used the combo box as the condition. So the quandry is I cant input the information into the empty cells, i have tried a few things, my vba is very basic, as you can tell ihavent even DIM'd anything (i think that is another thread though :D )
here is the initialize code and below is the "submit button" code.
Private Sub UserForm_Initialize() 'sets values for text boxes cbomaterialdiscription.Value = ""..........
I have a table in excel range B5:M32 with the top two rows containing merged cells (B5:M6). I need to write a macro to copy data from cells B38:C38 into the above table.
I need the macro to first check to see if there is any data already entered i.e. check if the table is empty. If it is empty then paste the cells in the first cell (B7). If the table already has data entered i need to move to the last entry then move down one cell and paste the copied cells.
I have figures out the copying/pasting functions but am struggling with the part to check if the table is empty and moving down the table without using cell references.
I have a number of worksheets, each sheet is set up like a data entry form, at the bottom of which is a command button that takes them to the next worksheet based on a value in a cell. what i want to do is before it takes them to the next worksheet it checks a selection of cells, if any of which are blank it shows an error message and wont allow them to continue, better still the cell that is blank it high lights with a red border.
I have this code here, which run's fine, if I don't include the red line. The red code, should do the following: If the "D" Column and/or the "E" columns k-th cell have no value then it should increase the k by one. If theres a cell in "D" or in "E" (or in both of them) which have a value in it then it should start the "EXECUTING COMMANDS" part.
Code: ... Dim ws As Worksheet Set ws = wb.Sheets(1) ... Do While ws.Range("A" & k).Value ""
But this won't start too after processing the do while line. How this .value command works.
I have a macro right now which makes a selection and then checks that selection to make sure it has less than 5,000 rows. If it has more, then a message box appears and we end the macro. However, in order for this macro to work properly for me, I need to change the if statement so that instead of checking for the amount of rows selected, I only need it to check if ROW 2 is selected. Is this possible? If not, can we have an IF statement to check the contents of ROW 2 (Row 2 is my header on the worksheet and will never change)?
so i have a list of names. the code i have is able to add new sheets to the workbook. but i need the code to be able to run and check all the other worksheets in the workbook to see if that person already has a worksheet. if he/she has a worksheet then End If and go on to the next name.
Sub AddSheetWithNameCheckIfExists() Dim ws As Worksheet Dim newSheetName As String Dim row As Range Dim x As Integer Sheets("data").Select Range("Agent_name").Select ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select Range(ActiveCell, ActiveCell.End(xlDown)).Name = "employees" x = 0 For Each cell In Range("employees") For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets newSheetName = ActiveCell.Offset(x, 0).............
If IsEmpty(Range(Cells(iCurrentRow, iFirstDataColumn), Cells(iCurrentRow, iTotalCol)))
i did a select to make sure it was selecting the whole range I want and it works fine:
Range(Cells(iCurrentRow, iFirstDataColumn), Cells(iCurrentRow, iTotalCol)).Select Inside my range I can have cells with 0s in them and cells with nothing in them. What I would like my if statement to do is return true ONLY when ALL cells have nothing in them. At the moment, even if I have 0's in some cells, it's returning false.
I need to figure out how to tell if the sheet is empty with the exception of the header row that resides in Row 1. I have looked though the archieves, tried about 10 - 15 possible solutions, only for one thing or another to go wrong.
What this does is, if the data sheet is empty except the header, I need it to report that the user must add data. I have it checking row 1 column 1 but thats the header, and row 2 column 1 may or maynot contain data..
So if row two is empty then report that the sheet is empty, sans the header.
Sheet name = Data Row 1 has header Row 2 competely empty?
I am trying to create an if statement that would check the results of a drop down menu and return a command to the user to enter certain information.
I created a drop down list, offering a list of projects 'a', 'b' or 'c'. I then created an if statement in the next cell. If user chooses project 'a' then the cell will return the project number associated with the project. The issue I am running into is that if the user chooses project 'c' in the drop down I need the cell to return a command for the user to enter the project name in the cell rather than the cell return the project number. How do I do that?