i am trying to insert a formula into a range of cells using a For... to loop

This is what it looks like:

VB: For i=1 To n Worksheets("Ret_sheet").Cells(i, 8).Formula = "=if(mid(B" & i & ",3,1)=""A"",""PY Campaigns"",mid(B" & i & ",4,3)" Next i

The row with the formula returns a syntax error.

what the right syntax is? I have read a lot about inserting a formula in a cell using VBA, but i never met the case with a counter (i) usage. I guess the problem might be there.

I have a sheet that I put a blank row before every change in column G,

Dim lr As Long, i As Long lr = Range("G" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row For i = lr To 2 Step -1 If Range("G" & i).Value Range("G" & i - 1).Value Then Rows(i).EntireRow.Insert Shift:=xlShiftDown End If Next i

and now I need formulas in columns B and I in those blank rows. I'm happy to roll it in to the above piece of code, or put it in after.

I don't think I can use LastRow to define my range and replace blanks with formula because of the blank rows. I would need more of a "LastRow with only one blank in between populated rows" if such a thing exists.

The formulas will be ="*"&H3&" DWG "&G3 for cell B2 and =I3 for cell I2.

I am trying to finish off a form that allows a user to insert a row below the selected cell and copy the formula from the line above if one exists. The code inserts the line but does not copy the formulas if they exist.

Application. ScreenUpdating = False

Dim cRow Dim j As Long

cRow = ActiveCell.Row

With ActiveCell .EntireRow.Insert End With

For j = 1 To Cells(1, 255).End(xlToLeft).Column If Cells(cRow, j).HasFormula Then Cells(cRow, j).Copy Cells(cRow + 1, j) Next j

I am in the process of developing a budget template for next year and here is what I want to accomplish through Macro to avoid the tedious mannual manipulation process (hope that's achievable). BTW, I am only an entry-level Macro user who has no background in coding.

I have attached an Excel sample but let me explain:

In each of the expenses tabs (1, 2, and so on (only 1, 2 given in the sample)), I want to be able to select a range of the data cells (A19:Q34 in "Expense 1" and A10:Q28 in "Expense 2") and run this Macro so that:

1. 10 blank rows be inserted between selected data rows

2. A sum created for each month from the four rows below) with different color

3. A Year to Date Actual and To Year End Forecast created based on the VLOOKUP of the "P&L" matching the account code by month

4. Finally grouping of the first 9 rows.

the above is what I have manually created for the first account code in the "expense 1" tab. I have 7-8 expenses groups and about 200 account codes. So mannually creating the above for each expense groups is not that terrible if this will make life easier for Macro.

I would think this is a very typical Macro issue but can't really come up with anything.

The other issue I ran into the VLOOKUP for the YTD Actual and TYE Forecast. It is to look up accont code in the "P&L" tab and match the #s. But the column numbers in the VLOOKUP do not change automatically when I copy across. Thus I have to change mannually, which is really a pain in the butt. I also know I can't copy down because that will change the account code that I want it to match. Because to be able to copy the VLOOKUP formula across the same account code, I need to use the $ to fix the account code. But to copy down I think I need that to be without the $ sign. Any solution on that?

I'm trying to create a macro to insert a formula into a specific cell. The formula is meant to check if a cell has text, and then if it does, search for the text on another page.

I had a go at the code, but keep getting Runtime error 13.

I'm using Excel 2010

Code:

Sub new_entry() ' ' NEW_ENTRY Macro Dim rowNo As Integer

I am try to get the following VBA macro to work; however, I keep getting hung up on errors regarding the formula I am trying to input. It is getting hung up on the apostrophes and dollar signs. I am fairly new to VBA so I am lost when it come to converting my sheet formulas to VBA.

Code:

With ActiveSheet.UsedRange.SpecialCells(xlCellTypeBlanks) .Formula = "=RAND()*0+VLOOKUP(INDIRECT(ADDRESS(1,COLUMN(),3),TRUE),INDIRECT("'"&TEXT(INDIRECT("$A"&ROW(),TRUE),"DD-MMM-YYYY")&" Inv'!"&"$J:$K",TRUE),2,FALSE)" .Value = .Value End With

I am trying to write a macro that will insert a formula directly into the cells in column M of my worksheet.

The worksheet has about 3400 rows. When I run the macro it does not adjust the cell reference in the formula so I am getting the same value in all 3400 rows.

In a macro I want to automatically insert a formula in several cells. The formula depends on other cells, and I want to be able to manipulate these cells with variables. Here is my code:

[Code] .....

All my variables are declared:

Sheets("DATOS YTD 2014").Cells(I, Semana + 1) is the cell I want to be able to chose due to the variables Sheets("DATOS YTD 2014").Cells(I, 3) is the reference cell for the VLOOKUP formula, that will vary with I SheetMonth.Range("B3:W172") is a range in the sheet SheetMonth which is fixed

The error message I receive is the following: "Run-time error 13, Type mismatch"

I precise that the next step is to make the ",6," part in the vlookup formula also variable... but I guess once my current issue is solved this one will be a piece of cake.

I have a situation where I have to curve fit data, this can lead to different formulas being used with varying constants.

Is it possible to pickup a TEXT based formula and related constants from other cells, and then place this into another cell as a functioning formula. For Example

Cell A1 contains the formula as a text string whether it be y=a+bx+cx^2, or y=a+b/x, etc Cells A2:A6 contain the individual constants, a, b, c, etc

I would then want the VBA to read the text based formula and put it into an output cell as a functioning excel formulae.g

In cell B10: =a+b*A10+c*A10^2

I understand picking the constants up and putting the formula should not be too much of an issue, however trying to insert the variable form of the curve fit is the part that I am struggling with, and am unsure if possible.

I use this formula for converting date of birth to a number based on today’s date. I have tried to have the number.. 6yrs 6 months to print only 6 not 7 years old. How do I insert the rounddown formula into this formula

I have a spread sheet that I need to insert rows into and then in those same rows, add formulas that display percentages compared to the grand total row. To make it a little more complicated, this spread sheet changes from day to day, so the rows and columns will be different each time. So the code will have to recognize text, then insert the row, then do the formulas in the blank row. The only constant will be that it will always start on Row 5. I have no idea how to start or begin to do this, so I attached a file with a page showing where I am at as an example, and then anther page showing what I want ....

I am wanting to use VBA code to insert the formula =IF(B8="","",VLOOKUP(B8,Information!C4:D200,2,FALSE)) into cell B9 (it is merged to form cell B9:B13).

I have the formula copied into cell M4 on sheet 3 and have tried to reference it but can't seem to do it. I am happy either using VBA to reference it or using a VBA code to insert the text into cell B9

How can i get the formula from sheet 3 into cell B9 in Sheet 1, or simply put the text in.

In the attached sample workbook, I am trying to insert the formula contained in "C2" down column "C" for each row of data. Is this possible using a Loop? Have I entered the code incorrectly?

Does anyone have a code for inserting a formula for every so many # of rows? In my case I have to insert a vlookup formula into every 66 rows, in column L.

All I want to do is insert a formula into a text box. This thread answers the exact same question but I don't understand how to highlight the text box as an object... [URL]....

I need a formula to take a 6-Digit Number and change it into a 7-Digit Number. Probably a if statement would better because i have 7 digit numbers in the same column with 6-digit numbers. I need to insert zero between the 4th digit and the 5th digit of a 6-digit number. For Example:............

I have a spreadsheet with data in the first few columns, then a few columns of different formulae which reference the data.

This spreadsheet is constantly getting rows inserted into it, and I'd like for the formulae to be copied into the new rows automatically, rather than having to copy/paste the formulae every time columns are inserted.

I'm using Excel 2000/2002. I have a workbook with 12 sheets named Jan, Feb, etc. I want to add a new sheet (Report) with formulas in various cells to get data from a cell in a particular sheet.

For instance, in a cell of the new sheet is: =Jan!D64. I want the user to be able to select a month from a drop down list and for the formula to change sheets depending on the month selected. The formula should be: =(sheet name!)D64. I tried playing with INDIRECT, but maybe couldn't get the syntax right. I can't use macros, the Excel is on a server and they are not permitted. The end user is less knowledgeable in Excel than me.

I once heard that in order for a macro to insert a formula you must double all the quotations. Anyway, i did so in the following macro but i got an error message.

I'm trying to insert the following formula into cell AA11. For some reason I keep getting a 1004 Runtime Error. I'm assuming there is some type of syntax error. I'm not really sure what I'm doing wrong.

I have a simple AVG formula and I would like to insert the word "minutes" after the result. I cant get it to work .... i know this is simple, but I am drawing a blank!

I have a table where random records that are automatically inserted when you press the command button 1, I managed to set all columns exept the last column (column O) because I don't know what shall i do to enter the following formula: =

This formula should be inserted in the button code in order to automatically calculate the value of O7 after that when i press the button he must calculate O8 and so on.

It is important to gradually increase the formula references cells +1, so it would be for the cell:

So an extra row needs inserting below the last record of each Data 1, with each value in Data 1 through 5 coming from the record above, but Data 6 is called "Diff.". The values in columns 1 through 4 for "Diff." are then driven by the following formula: