VBA Code To Automatically Email Notification When Data Added To Worksheet?
Jun 20, 2014
I need VBA code to automatically send an email notification when data is added to worksheet. I am not very familiar with writing code and have been using other code from other posts. Ideally I would like it to send an email notification with the added information attached, in this case it would be Row # and Columns A thru O.
I need to make a userform that will add data to table placed (for example G12:H12), and if G13:H13 cells are written to next cells below (G14:H14). I would also want to receive auto email noticiation (or notofications by pressing another command_button) that someone add data with copied content of (G13:H13...G14:H14....) cells in email body.
I am using Excel 2010. I have been given a task at work that can save my team a lot of time if I can solve the problem. Every month, we have a spreadsheet with about 5000 rows that we have to email. In each row, there is a range that we have to email to a specific email. For example, I would have to copy and paste Range A2-R2 in the body of the email, and then email it to whatever email is in cell S2. I would then continue this for the next 5000 lines, making it a possibility that i will be sending 5000 emails manually.
I have been trying to come up with a solution through VBA that would automatically send these emails. My goal is to automatically send the Range A2-R2 to outlook email, then cell S2 into the "To" email address box, and then automatically send it. So far, i have successfully been able to send one row, but cannot figure out how to loop it for the remainder of the rows.
A couple other key points are that I have column headings as well (Range A1-R1). If possible, I want to be able to include the column headings in the email body as well. Example - first email would be range A1-R2. second email would be range A1-R1 and A3-R3, and so forth. The body of the email would also contain a standard script, such as "Please review the information below."
The goal here is to save everyone from having to send 5000+ manual emails. This would be a big boost for my team.
I need to know when something will expire ahead of time. I have certain dates located in cells that an item will expire, for example, a product life of "10-Jul-06 - 11-Aug-09"
What I am trying to do is have an automatic e-Mail sent out "3 months ahead" of the time something will expire. So in this case, for the above example in August of 2009, I need an email trigger sent out in "May" stating that the item is about to expire. Sort of like an "alert".
I found some code that will allow me to run a macro which triggers an email. It works, but I need to have it automatically do it when I hit a certain date..not do it "manually" like when you run a macro back on the excel sheet.
Ultimately, I need an email sent out as soon as a certain day/month comes that will trigger an email message through Microsoft Outlook.
I am wanting to send an automatic email notification to several lotus notes accounts once a specific cell in my excel spreadsheet has been entered in (It does not matter what is entered into the cell).
I have Excel WB / Sheet with filled columns A (serial No.), B (name), C (e-mail adress), D (problem), E (solved / unsolved) and now I want that Excel automaticly sends e-mail notification to specific e-mail adress (column C) when its / his problem is solved (column E).
Would like to find a formula or macro which would automatically send an email to let me know when a date entered into the specific cell is coming close to expiration. e.g. if the date 01/05/2014 is entered into a cell i would like an email to be sent to me a month before the date is reached (01/04/2014).
I have attached a copy of the chart and data. My chart starts on the bottom. I had to take out a lot of data but beneath the data shown is much more data..
I want my chart to automatically update when new data is added. Here are the issues. I have several lines of headers and below that my data. Then below my data I have other data that I don't want displayed in the chart (its not shown here because of size limitation of attachmnet).
The new row will be added each time right below the header, right above the most recent data given. So a row will be added above row 8!
Is there a way to make a chart adjust automatically when you add to the source data? I'm trying to use a named range in order to power a chart (something like chart_data=offset(a1,,, counta(a:a),counta(1:1)); the range is working fine). When I put "chart_data" into the source field for the chart, it seems to work fine; it picks up the right range... But when I later add more data, the chart source data field seems to have converted my named range into a hard-coded range, absolute range. So the dynamical named range updates, but the chart doesn't and I don't see the new data. Am I doing something wrong that I need to tweak? Does what I'm trying to do just not work? Is there another way to make the chart pick up the new data without adjusting the range?
I have a workbook that has a dynamic number of tabs. Every day the report is updated, it will create a tab for yesterday's date. I need to somehow create a summary page that will add the most current tab name (which is yesterday's date) to column B and several cells from row 7 to the appropriate row on the summary page each time I add a new tab. I have attached the spreadsheet in question. I have added manual references to the fields I need to use in the summary on the tab MTD (2) If I am able to get this to work it will replace MTD.
I need a code to be applied to a VB button that will email out a selected worksheet within the workbook, lets say i need to email out sheet5. Is it possible when the button is clicked to bring up my email client, (it's not Outlook) with the file already attached so i just need to add the email address/adresses?
I have a VB code that pulls up my Email client and emails out the workbook as an attachment. I would like to change the code so that it just emails out the worksheet i am currently on and not the whole workbook. Can this be done? I have added the code.
Currently, I have a report that's emailed to me once a day, from which I copy and paste data into my spreadsheet, then send out a once a day report. I would like to have that report updated 10 or 12 times a day, but that would start to eat up a LOT of my time. The email is always in the same format, and I'm wondering if there is a way to use something like a web query to automatically pull that data and update the sheet?
I am working on a spreadhseet with multiple tables present on the sheet. Each table has various formatting, merged cells, formulas, and defined lists. I need to have the table add a new row below the last including cell formatting, formulas, defined lists, so I can just keep going through and do data entry. The code adds a row at the end so I don't run into the table below the present one, by monitoring how far away it is from the "Type" cell tag in column A. The code below is a compilation from viewing other threads, but it just does a copy and paste, including the data that was input so I'm looking at a duplicate row. How can I get ito to clear values in the new row? I can't seem to get it to paste xlPasteFormat and xlPasteFormulas Is the new row in fact being added below the last? I think it's up one after the macro had run through.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) r = Target.Row c = Target.Column If c <> 1 Then Exit Sub Application.EnableEvents = False NextLineValue = Cells(r + 3, c) If NextLineValue = "Type" Then ActiveCell.EntireRow.Insert ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).EntireRow.Copy ActiveCell.Offset(0, 0).EntireRow.PasteSpecial xlPasteAll Application.CutCopyMode = False End If Application.EnableEvents = True
I have specified the email addresses in the code to whom the email will be sent when the user presses "Send Email" button but now I want to add all the addresses in the Access table and write down the code that will send an email to those people whose addresses are in the Access table.
I'm using a workbook that has one sheet that pulls data from all the others, displaying a series of rows that summarizes data from each worksheet, each of which is full of data. Its a worksheet that a lot of people use so its kind of tedious to use as of now, because whenever you add a new worksheet of data you have to manually create a row and then manually change all the worksheet references. Is there a way to make rows automatically add and update when a new worksheet is added? I know it would probably have involve some sort of Macro or VBA.
i am trying to build a spread sheet showing materials in a stores tools, materials,and usage ect. i have put all the formulas in for example cell c =sum(b2-a2) to get a remaining stock left after usage but what i need to know is a way to add more new stock onto the sheet because every time i go to add on new stock it just resets itself is their anyway of doing it so that when you add new stock to cell a for example it automatically adds on to the total in cell c??
I have a worksheet used for a car game. Each row is designated to show one particular car that can be used in the game, so let's say that there are 40 cars taking up 40 rows.
Column A shows the car type and model; column B shows the engine that the cars has represented by a number (the higher the number the better the engine is); and so it continues, Column C shows the transmission; column D the brakes etc.
Underneath the 40 rows (lets say from row 45 to 65) I then have a table with spare-parts that can be used to replace the cars existing parts. This Parts-table is also arranged with engines in column B, transmissions in column C, brakes in column D etc...
This point of this layout is that it should be easy to compare each type of part in the spare-parts table with the corresponding type of part already used in any of the cars as everything is perfectly lined up by the columns.
About the spare-parts table: because the inventory in the spare-parts table often are added to or subtracted from, as parts are won in races or being put on the cars, I have created a macro to sort the parts in each column so as to put the best parts at the top of the table and the bad ones towards the bottom - so far so good.
The problem is this - as I add new cars, the table of spare-parts is pushed down worksheet and that means that the macro no longer will reference the right rows. So the question is this, how do I automatically update the macro to adjust for rows being added above it? I am not really interested in redesigning the worksheet.
I have code in the NewSheet event of ThisWorkbook which tracks new sheets being added. But when a worksheet is added by copying an existing worksheet this event doesn't seem to be triggered. Buy logically a new sheet has been added to the workbook so the event should be triggered. Is this a design flaw or am I missing something?
I need it to be imputed in the active cell of the active sheet with the variable able to be gathered possibly from a cell reference. Say the cell c3 on the active sheet says V080606, the formula imputed would be =VLOOKUP(g2,v0806,6,false).
I used VBA to write a number of formulas into various cells in a workbook. After the VBA is done running, I change the values in the cells that are referenced by the cells I wrote formulas in. The formulas do not update after I enter this new information. My calculation is set to automatic, and F9 doesn't help.
I have a workbook, in which I will have approximately 5 worksheets. The 1st worksheet will be a summary table, which will pull data from the other 4 worksheets. These 4 sheets have data of 4 companies, thus representing 4 companies. In the 1st worksheet, I have a drop-down list that has selections for each company.
How do I make it so that when I change the selection from A company to B company, the data in the summary table will automatically pull data from corresponding worksheet? For example, if 2nd worksheet represents Apple Inc, the 3rd represents Microsoft, how do I reference from 2nd to 3rd worksheet automatically when I change my selection from Apple Inc to Microsoft in the 1st summary table sheet?