What I want to do is print a specific worksheet from a specific workbook based on data entered in text boxes. One text box would provide the workbook name and the other text box would provide the worksheet within the specified workbook. All the user would have to do is enter the workbook and worksheet names and then press a button to print. I currently have created a separate workbook with just a userform that contains a print button and two text boxes.
i have in sheet1 the names of the students and their marks and the finall results (pass ; fail ; comp)
i bring this data to the student certificate in sheet2 using lookup so when i change the number in h1 (the referance cell) the data ini the certificate will change , and i can print the certificate for every students put it is hard to change it manualy and print so i made this code that helps me to print the whole certicates by clicking the button this the -
Sub printall() Dim i As Integer For i = 1 To 49 Range("h1").Value = i ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.PrintOut Copies:=1, Collate:=True Next End Sub now i need anew code to print only the (pass)results students , and one for the failed students certificates
I have a code that prepares my spreadsheet and then prints out around 6 different sheets when all is said and done. The prints are not together in the code. I was wondering if there is something that I can add at the beginning of the code to ask the user IF they want a Printout. If they answer Yes then they get printouts of the 6 or so sheets and if they answer No then the code will run but no printouts occur???
I have play3ed around a bit and implemented the following in one of my codes but this one only has 1 sheet that prints out.
'Checks to see if this is a corrected Deposit in which case Depositor probably has a Verification sheet already printed
If Sheets("Input Sheet").CheckBox5 = True Then
Answer = MsgBox("It's seems that this Verification sheet was already printed once. Do the Corrections you have made require you to print another one?" & vbCr & vbCr & "If you reuire the Verification sheet to print again the please click YES otherwise click No.", vbYesNo, "PRINT Out Required???")
I have a worksheet that I use to track my clients and their meal selections over a five day week. Col A is their name, B is their shift (am or pm) C is their table number, D is whether they will attend that day (yes or no) and E is their meal choice (a b or c) Columns D & E repeat the same information for each day Mon-Fri.
I would like to have a print button so that on a daily basis I can print the clients name and thier meal selection (only those those who have a yes for that day) separating AM shift from PM and then grouping them by their table number rather than alphabetical order.
I have a workbook with various pages that are all hidden except the main page, on the main page it allows users to select items froms drop down boxes that returns a figure to cell B7 on the selection page.
What i would like to do is press a command button and the hidden worksheet that relates to that figure in cell B7 opens which allows the users to print it then after printing or closing the workbook is hidden again.
I am trying to write VBA code that will print a print range that is presented in cell F3 on a "Reports" worksheet. The content of F3 will change depending on how many reports the user selects to print. For example, he could select one, two, three reports etc - up to twelve. The cell ranges of each report are named (e.g. Report1, Report2 etc) so that if the user selects to print Reports 1 and 2, the contents of cell F3 are "Report1,Report2". If I replace WhatToPrint with "Report1,Report2" the print macro works.
Sub Macro2() Dim WhatToPrint As String WhatToPrint = Sheets("Reports").Cells(3, 6).Value 'sets the variable to equal the contents of cell D3 which contains the formula 'summarising the print ranges I want to print Sheets("Reports").Cells(3, 6).Select ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = WhatToPrint ' pastes the variable in cell F3 - just to check that it looks like I want it to Sheets("Reports").PageSetup.PrintArea = WhatToPrint 'uses the variable to set print area - this is where it fails! 'if you replace the variable with the contents of cell F3 the macro will work ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.PrintPreview End Sub
I have a worksheet that changes in length. There is a formula that calculates how many pages the sheet will be. The also is a print button on the sheet that will print a coversheet "Sheets("Title")" and then it is supposed to print the data on the second sheet. Below the code I have so far... I know I am missing something, but knowing very little about macros I just can't seem to figure it out.
I would like to know if there is a way to print several different workbooks at once but keeping my printing format which I would like to be Landscape and Fit to one page. Reason is simple as I work in a office where staff is handed in several jobs to do everyday. They finish the jobs and log all the info on the database. I log on to database and put all their daily diaries and because it is all over the place I have to go in each file and set printing preferences which takes an hour in the morning and hour in the evening. I could do with some sort of automation where all diaries are automatically printed in Landscape and Fit on one page.
I have a report that is generated from a manufacturing process that looks like the example below. the report is 40 pages long when all the data is printed. i am looking for a way to only print this range if a dimension is "out of tolerance". if the dimension is within tolerance, there is always the "garbage" text of plus and minus. if every row is "within tolerance" in the range the cells in the OutTol column would all contain the "garbage" text but it will not always be identical. so, in summary, actual OutTol values = print and all "garbage" = not printed.
I have a report that I use and right now I have a command button that prints the report x2. What I would like to do is to have it print one in color and one in grayscale. I could do this I think with two different buttons, but I would like to utilize just one. I tried creating a macro but it did not pick up the fact that I changed the properties to black and white.
I use excel 2002 but some of my office are on 97, i want to add a small workbook open event code which works for me but debugs for the others?? The code is basically, go to a tab, on that tab and that range sort..
I've developed a little software using Excel Macros & VB. To prevent people from accesing the code I protected the code blocking it from visualization. It seems not enough as an acquaintance of a friend cracked it in 25 minutes. Or so he says. So I'd like to know if there is a better way to protect the font code.
I am automating a paper form that collects information from 7 other paper forms and then prints out the results. I have created an excel spreadsheet to do this but I am having problems getting the printed output to match the print preview.
I have inserted an image of the form into the sheet header and aligned the cells on the sheet so that the information is in the correct position when previewed in "print preview".
The problem is that, although this will print correctly on the machine I created it on, it is misaligned on any other machine I have tried.
I have inserted checkboxes in an excel worksheet to turn on/off certain data. They are working just fine. But I have set them all to not print (by unselecting the checkbox that says "print" in the format dialogue). SOME of the checkboxes don't print, but most of them do. I can't figure out why.
I have attached a sample sheet which is for invigilation of exams. In columns D, E & F are the initials of people invigilating at different times. What I want to able to do is to print personised sheets for each person where there initals are in bold and the box has a black border around it. This is very labour intensive if I do it manually as have to highlight one person, print, unhighlight and rehighlight the next person and so on. What I was wondering is could I use a macro to automate this process. So it has a list of all the initals and it searches through and highlights the person and prints it and then moves onto the next.
But now I have to do let people also print a copy a regular way, without the macro I made before. But if they go through the regular way iof printing I would like to insert at header in red color, to notify them that this is just a preview and not the way to print. And here we come to the problem ....
What i have is over 20 worksheets which have information on them that i want to print when selected so, i have a "main page" with a variety of options for the user to select (by check box) and when they are happy with their selection you would click another check box to print out, i have done this because the printer is set well away from the users and if they printed of sheet by sheet then lots of miles treading back and forth to the printer room would happen so, i thought by doing it this way it would batch print all selected sheets after selection, the code is set up to print all sheets which are selected by "true" in cell O2.
This is no problem as it works well but the code also prints when the check box is de selected. What I would like is a message box to appear before the main macro runs for the user to select "yes or no" to confirm printing. I have put code in this for the command but it will not run the main magro if you select "yes"...below is the code for the main print loop...I think the code for print message should appear before this...
I need to print a worksheet. The sheet has rows of a specific height (45) and data in one cell grows - adding comments/notes with date attached so that last one entered is displayed, the rest get shoved down.
I need to sometimes print out the sheet. However, I want to have all the notes shown so would like to (1) autofit all rows, (2) print the sheet and then (3) put all rows back to row height of 45. All this I would LIKE to have done by "trapping" the print button on the normal Print area
I have attached some code, but the sheet (1) does not print at all, (2) the code is sometimes executed twice (in debug mode followed it) and (3) sometimes does not set the row height properly either at autofit or static height.
I have a workbook that has a print button on it. The print button macro prints many tabs on the workbook. But, on ONE of the tabs, it inserts information from a range of cells, prints, goes to the next cell in that range and prints, until complete.
The problem I'm having is this: When there is only ONE cell in that range that has information in it, it gets stuck in a continuous loop and prints a ton of blank pages.