I would like to be able to find the largest visible area of continuous rows in a filtered table. I know one possible way would be to loop through visible cells using the "xlCellTypeVisible" property and count cells in each visible area. However, the data is consisted of tens and sometimes hundreds of thousands of rows so I was wondering if there is a faster, more efficient way to do this.
I have a macro solved on another post that creates worksheets based on a Range and renames the new worksheet to the corresponding value. The range is edited on a regular basis, so to keep the file size down I need to remove any worksheets that no longer have a corresponding ID in the range.
The previous post is here
Sub CreateTimeline() Dim rng As Range Dim rCell As Range
I'm sure that I could amend the above code (also removing the copy worksheet condition) to check the worksheets and delete any that no longer have no corresponding value in the range from the worksheet name.
I do hav a sheet in which i do hav some column;s n data
Worktype Metrics April May June
in work type few rows are hidden which i don't need what i need is i want to populate only comman metrics in other range named metrics i had build a macro for this and that's working fine but the problem is it also reads metrics from hidden rows too. i had tried a loop in which i had placed as hidden column property condition.
Here, xlsFilteredRange.Cells.Count returns correct values. For example, for a particular filtered criteria, if there are 6 rows, it returns 42 (6 rows * 7 columns). However, xlsFilteredRange.Rows.Count always returns 1 (header row), though there are 6 rows. How can this be fixed?
I'm using a named range called "VFILTER". This range is my filter range. Once the filter does it's thing, I want to set the first visible cell in column a to a variable...I can't get this right for the life of me!
.AutoFilter .AutoFilter field:=25, Criteria1:="TRUE" .Offset(1, 0).Resize(.CurrentRegion.Rows.Count - 4, 9).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).ClearContents 'set the first visible cell in column a to variable Set OutRange = .Offset(1).Resize(.CurrentRegion.Rows.Count - 4, 1).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible) End With
I am looking for a code which can jump to a next cell from the activecell. I use the code
This would take me to the next cell. However, this is a problem when the filter is on. I am not able to go to the next visible cell. Suppose if the row increase is 1, then cell selection goes to the hidden cell. I need to bypass the hidden cell and go to the next cell. Can anybody provide a code which does it? I tried searching the forum but could not get anything closer to this as I need something which works with offset and not cells.row.visible...etc.,
Need to correct code to resize all visible rows on a sheet based only on the text in the visible columns. I have tried the below code but when it resizes it is using the largest amount of text in the rows including that in the hidden columns.
From a combobox selection i filter a table for all entries containing the selected ID (from the combobox).
I first wanted to use selected columns from the resultant display (the filtered table) to populate another combobox so the user could drill down to the final selection that way, but seeing the mess i was getting involved in (I couldn't assign a range to the listfillrange of the other combobox) i think it might be best to settle for simply copying the visible cells to a new table on the selection page (the full database is on one sheet separate from the selection comboboxes and related controls), where the user can simply see the information needed on whatever line item they want - the number of filtered entries rarely exceeds five. What i can't understand is when i query the number of rows in the immediate window from the code snip below, it always comes back as "1", whether i do so on the full range or special visible cells.
To load another combobox i tired
I really would like to be able to do so for further refining, if not feasible, can work with just a display table.
Querying the reultant rows i simply tried:
In both cases, though the filtered table had 5 records displayed, the count was... 1.
1) Can the visible cells resultant table be fed into a combobox relatively easily and if so, how? 2) With the count of rows, what am i doing wrong?
I'm trying to retrieve the worksheet names to a specif cell and populate from that point only with the names of the visible sheets, but It keeps returning only the last visible sheet name and not the sheets that are visible. Where the code is failing - I'm self learner and start with VBA macros a couple of months so I'm still learning how to identify when the error show up
Code: Sub Summary() Dim wks As Worksheet ultl = Sheets("Control").Cells(1048576, 4).End(xlUp).Row For i = 31 To ultl
Im trying to create a userform that will enable the user to select a record from a listbox and then to edit the info for that record by changing the contents of text boxes which are set to display the current info. What I have seems to work intermittently. I basically use autofilter to find the selected record on the worksheet, then I set the value of each cell in the row to that of the appropriate textboxes. ListBox2.Column(4) contains the unique id for the selected record.
Private Sub saveclient_Click() Dim WS As Worksheet Dim newrng As Range With Application .ScreenUpdating = False .EnableEvents = False End With Set WS = Sheets("Clients") '<<< Change Sheets("Clients").Select WS.AutoFilterMode = False Set newrng = WS.Range("A1:e" & Rows.Count) MsgBox Me.ListBox2.Column(4)......................
Need macro that changes the text in a particular field. Previously, the column to change was column 46 (AT), but now the column is column 1 (A). If I adjust the last line and run the macro, I get this error message: "Compile error: Invalid or unqualified reference".
I have many checkboxes (1 to 26) that I want visible or not, based on whether the cell states "n/a" (are in a column in a different worksheet). Rather than writing this code multiple times, I'm looking to condense the code.
Every time i do a filter and copy a data. Keep the filter on and past in another column. The data does not copy just into the visible cells. It pretend the filter is not there.
I have tried selecting only vible cells when copying and pasting into cells by selecting only visible cells but does not seem to work. Get the error message "command cannot be used on multiple section". There must be a solution but looked on the web and really cannot find one.
Table below so i filter out the "a" so i just have numbers then want to past into vible cells.
CopyPaste ResultsResults wanted 111 a2 232 a4 33 a 44
I have a table of data with a filter on the top and a sum total at the bottom. Whenever i filter the list the total at the bottom doesnt change. how do i change it so the sum only calculates the visible cells?
I have a workbook that is set to show a form on startup and then the code tells excel to be visible = false. How ever i have disabled the close button on my form therefore i have stuffed my program up and cant edit it at all.
I have a large spreadsheet that I am using multiple drop downs in to sort for different scenarios. I do not want to use the general data subtotal command but each time I sort I want to get a total for the visible cells -
I have finished a huge project. The final step is sending emails.
I have a filtered range. The email .HTMLBody is formed using the visiblecells, and forms an object called 'rng'
Only problem is - now I want to add my attachments. Within the visible range, the URL of the attachment is available (column 5).
So need a loop to do for each cel in rng.Column(5)
Can't get the row number of the visible cell to work. Once this is solved I can click the button and let the beast send out 1000+ emails. But at the moment cannot Was also thinking instead of For each cel, could use i = 1 to (last row in visible rng) ?
I have a need to sum only the visible cells in a row. Certain columns are collapsed depending on the month and there is a YTD colum that I only want to pick up the expanded or visible cells. I found a custom function listed below at Microsoft's website but it only allows for a single range to be entered and I need to pick 12 individual cells, for example A1, C1, E1, etc. There is other information in the cells between and that is why the range won't work. Is there a better way to do this or can this function be modified to allow me to do this?
Function Sum_Visible_Cells(Cells_To_Sum As Object) Application.Volatile For Each cell In Cells_To_Sum If cell.Rows.Hidden = False Then If cell.Columns.Hidden = False Then total = total + cell.Value End If End If Next Sum_Visible_Cells = total End Function
I have created a group of textboxes from the Control Toolbox used to enter data into a hidden worksheet. I used the Keydown Event to Run a procedure and hide the textboxes. After setting the Visible Property of each control to false, the image of the last active textbox remains on the screen until the worksheet is scrolled. The image then disappears.