I am having trouble Stepping Into my VBA Code. The Macro itself is working fine (usually), but whenever I try to run through it step-by-step it creates an error near the beginning of my code. Here's the first few lines of my code.
Code: Sub JLJ_DataEX() ' ' JLJ_DataEX Macro ' Extracts pertinent data from Joe Lamb Jr. Excel pasted property webpages ' ' Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+j
am using the code posted below and i get an Error code 424.
Dim i As Long Dim Ans As Variant
Application. ScreenUpdating = False If Not Intersect(Target, Range("E4:E7")) Is Nothing Then If (Cells(i, "e").Value) > "0" Then MsgBox "Calls In Queue " & Ans = ActiveCell.Offset(0, -1).Value End If End If Application.ScreenUpdating = True
I have made a simple spreadsheet with different values going down one column. I would like to randomly select any value in that column and have that value show up in another cell on the same spreadsheet. How do I do this?
In one worksheet i have created the following code, which adds date to specific column when data is entered in colum A.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Excel.Range) If Target.Column = 1 Then Target.Offset(0, 10).Value = Now() End If End Sub
The problem is that when trying to delete a whole row, error message pops-up. Run-time error '1004' Application-defined or object -defined error. When click "End" actually everthing is ok, the row has been deleted, but was just wondering what is causing that error.
I have the following code that opens a series of workbooks on a given day, However, if one of the workbooks has been renamed or is missing the code gives a "400" error and stops, is there a way of having the code retry the next workbook if it comes to an error?
I worked a while on getting a macro to do what I needed in VBA. I am sure it is not the most efficient way of doing it, but its all I know. The only problem I am now encountering is getting an "Overflow" error and I can not fix it.
Sub CodeRateChange() 'Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+t
'Vlookup of PC to get PG Sheets("CODE").Select For I = 1 To 1000 If Left(Cells(I, 1), 1) = "P" Then Cells(I, 2) = Application.WorksheetFunction.VLookup(Cells(I, 1), Range("Hierarchy"), 2, False) End If Next I 'Calculate Base Sales Dollars Sheets("CODE").Select For I = 1 To 1000 If Left(Cells(I, 1), 1) = "P" Then Cells(I, 39) = (Cells(I, 3) * Cells(I, 15)) Cells(I, 40) = (Cells(I, 4) * Cells(I, 16))....................
I have this code that only returns a #NAME? error. I'd love it if someone could take a look and let me know what you think might be going on. If it factors into it, D1:D4 each contain one of the following: USD, AUD, GBP, MX and E1:E4 contain the corresponding exchange rate. Also, J7:AJ41 contain a function that returns a number. Let me know if you need more information. I just can't figure why this is not working.
Dim x As Range Dim Curr As String Dim Rate As Double
For Each x In Sheets("Cash Flow Detail - WkCount").Range("D1:D4") Curr = x.Value Rate = x.Offset(0, 1).Value Sheets("Cash Flow Detail - WkCount").Select Sheets("Cash Flow Detail - WkCount").Copy After:=Sheets(2) Sheets("Cash Flow Detail - WkCount (2)").Name = Curr Cells(7, 10).Select ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "=IF(activecell.offset(RC7)=" & Curr & ",('Cash Flow Detail - WkCount'!RC*" & Rate & "),0)" Selection.Copy ActiveCell.Range("a1:aa35").Select ActiveSheet.Paste Next End Sub
I've been having a problem that I'm afraid will be hard to explain.
I have a project with multiple userforms. When one particular form is loaded, after executing all the code in UserForm_Activate(), it acts as if I had set a break point on the line where I opened that form, except instead of the red circle breakpoint icon, its a yellow arrow and the highlighted text is highlighted in yellow. Theres no error message or anything, and when I hit f5 again, it continues with no problem until the form is reloaded.
I am converting Excel Templates which were developed in office 97 to Excel 2003.The templates are running fine in office 97 ,but when I run the same template in off 2003 I get the error "Run time Error Code 1004 : Application or Object Defined " and when I tried to debug the cursor is pointing to a cell which contains a formula which add multiple cell values.Can any one throw some light on this why the template which works fine on office 97 is not working in office 2003?
Over the weekend I did some edits to an Excel file on my home computer. This morning I did some edits to the file on my work computer. When I try to access the VBA code, I get the message "Error in loading DLL", which is error 48.
I have some code I have created to set page breaks. Depending on a previous option, my report will be either 3,6,9,12, or 15 pages. The info on each page varies in length, but I use table headers to separate the data onto different pages so none of the tables are split into more than one page.
My problem when the code gets to a certain line, it gives me error 1004. I will hit "Debug", then I hit continue and the code finishes. I don't understand why I am getting an error on this line, and why I don't have to fix anything to get it to finish running.
I am writing some code where one column is selected and a value is searched for in that column. If found the code continues on its way manipulating the data. The issue is that the value being searched for will not always be there which results in an error. Is there a way that I can just tell the macro to continue running if the value is not found.
I am trying to run code to update Excel Worksheet from the value in a cell.
The code is -
'Standard Module code, like: Module1. Dim ws As Object
For Each ws In Worksheets [Code] ......
Although it does actually work i.e. populates the worksheets with the correct values when I run the code a dialogue box appears indicating - "Run-Time Error '1004' Application Defined or Object Defined Error"
When i select the 'Debug' option the "ws.Name = ws.Range("Q1").Value" line is highlighted.
I have created two userforms which allows people to log-in to the worksheet.
The code works great on the first go, sometimes even twice, but after a while I get taken to the VBE and shown the message "Code execution has been interrupted". And highlights a certain part of my code (highlighted in red below).
I will copy all of the code relating to the userform below.
Code: Private Sub CancelButton_Click() Unload Me End Sub Private Sub ClearButton_Click() TextUsername.Value = "" TextPassword.Value = "" End Sub
I wrote the below code, the error seems to be occurring on the ActiveSheet.Name line. At this line the debugger is giving the runtime error.
Sub ListWorkSheetNames() Dim Sheetnames Sheetnames = Sheets.Count Sheets.Add ActiveSheet.Name = 'SheetList' Sheets(SheetList).Move after:=Sheets(Sheetnames + 1) For i = 1 To Sheetnames Range(A & i) = Sheets(i).Name Next i End Sub
Why does the "else" section of this code cause an error when part of a sheet code but runs fine in a macro?
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Intersect(Target, Range("B3")) Is Nothing Then Exit Sub Else Application.ScreenUpdating = False Sheets("Current").Select Cells.Select Selection.ClearContents Target2 = Range("Analysis!A1") Sheets(Target2).Select Cells.Select Selection.Copy Sheets("Current").Select Cells.Select Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks _ :=False, Transpose:=False Application.ScreenUpdating = True End If End Sub
' paste Macro ' Macro recorded 2/20/2009 by lawryad
Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Offset(1).Select ActiveSheet.paste ActiveSheet.paste Application.CutCopyMode = False ActiveSheet.Range("p1").Copy ActiveSheet.Range("a1").Select End Sub Now everything works good with this code unless there is nothing copied to paste. In that case it will go to a "run-time error'1004' " I would like instead for a msg box to appear saying "You must copy required data first"
Before doing some modifications in a data sheet, I first check with the below code whether a certain list is complete or not using the VLOOKUP function. If I encounter a missing value in the list, a userform appears asking to fill out 3 data fields, which are then added to the original list to complete it. All of this works fine if only one line is missing; if there are two (or more) lines missing, all goes well untill the VLOOKUP function errors out on the second line missing. I can't find out why everythign goes welll with the first missing line, but not with the second missing line.
Sub proCheckVesselCodes() Sheets("Sheet4").Select Range("K1").Value = "Check" Set varRange1 = Range("A1") fctCountNrRows varRow1 = varRow varRow2 = 2
Sub OutOfStockDate() templateSheet.Range("B15").value = dataSheet.Range("G5").value If dataSheet.Range("G5").value = "" Then templateSheet.Range("B15").value = "There is no Out of Stock Date" End If End Sub
However when I run this code I get the infamous 1004 error.
I have a macro that searches through a certain location for Excel files. The program and files were made in Office 2003. When another user runs the macro in Office 2007, the files are not recognized or the macro does not search, I'm not sure. Either way, the files are never located in their folder location. Any thoughts or ways around this?? The top part of the code is posted below,
Do With Application.FileSearch .NewSearch 'Change path to suit .LookIn = "C:Documents" .FileType = msoFileTypeExcelWorkbooks '.Filename = " Book*.xls"
If .Execute > 0 Then 'Workbooks in folder For lCount = 1 To .FoundFiles.Count ' Loop through all. 'Open Workbook x and Set a Workbook variable to it Set wbResults = Workbooks.Open(Filename:=.FoundFiles(lCount), UpdateLinks:=0)
I'm new to VBA but have had it working well for me, until the other night when a user complained that when he ran a macro, it came up with the error "Paste method of Worksheet class failed". I should note that this has worked time and time again, so I'm lost. I also found tonnes of answers with a Google search but they were all relative to that persons code.
So this is the code I am using to paste from the clipboard into another tabbed worksheet :