There are multiple tabs in my workbook ("Template", "Database", and "Summary"). I would like to add a "Save to file" button on the "Template" sheet and it will dump a copy of this sheet only using the data on cell C4 and C7 as filename, not the entire workbook.
I'm trying to create a excel sheet with macros that will generate a tab delimitd file which is a journal voucher and I want to upload that .txt file to our financial system (SAP). When I create a tab delimited file manually, that is I enter all the values in excel and save as .txt it works great. But I have created a spreadsheet where the useres (all employees on the financial departement) enter the info required. I have a macro validating that all fields are correct and so on.. When they are finished they sedt the spreadsheet to me (an excelfile) via email, this is done by a submit buttom(macro) and the I have a hidden sheet in the worksheet which gets all the values that are necessery and then I create my tab delimited file using the well known save as fileformat=xltext macro. But SAP will not accept this file. I get error messages as convertion erros in line 4 column 6 and so on. The sheet which is saved as .txt is 100% with formulas, it gets all the value from another sheet(sheet1). I use the formula =IF(Sheet1!$E17=0;"";Sheet1!E17) in the cells with E17 changing to whatever cell is required. What can be wrong here? May it be that all the formulas (columns A to H and row 2 to 1001) somehow mix it all up and even to the cell is empty is the formula is somehow hidden in the .txt file and that messes it all up??
provide me a code for extracting data and outputting it into individual worksheets situated within the excel workbook file. I am wondering what the code would be if the data were extracted to individual text files, individual workbooks or *.prn files?
For i = 2 To Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row Set ws = Worksheets.Add(After:=Worksheets(Worksheets.Count)) ws.Name = wsraw.Cells(i, "D") With ws .Range("A1") = wsraw.Cells(i, "D") .Range("A2").Resize(2) = wsraw.Cells(i, "A") .Range("B2").Resize(2) = wsraw.Cells(i, "B") .Range("C2") = 0 .Range("C3") = 1000 .Range("A4") = -999 End With Next
Want to do something *almost* exactly like a previous post but that post is now closed. Extract Each Sheet To Text File & Save as Sheet Name .txt` I want to extract data from individual worksheets from a workbook in excel to individual text files with the **same name as the original excel file** plus incrementing suffix.
don't delete - this is not a duplicate post. Previous code 1) creates text files with "sheet name" as was the original post's intent (not "file name") and 2) it does not iterate through each sheet (only processes Sheet1 regardless of selected sheet in the workbook)
how to word it but if someone understands then please help. I have two excel data files namely Book1.xls & Book2.xls. Both files have different data in it. Both files contain macros. When these macros run the files become **FINALIZED** version.
Originally, I get the above files in my email as txt. attachments. I then move these two txt files to my desktop in a folder called Folder-1. Then I open these files as an Excel and save them.
Basically, I need to know if two txt files are sitting in a folder-1 on my desktop. What can I do or what can I clik that....those two text files get converted into excel automatically, including running that macro I talked about in the above paragrah.
To put it differently, if I have two txt files Book1.txt, Book2.txt in a folder, how can I automatically create an excel **FINALIZED**version which sits right next to their txt version.
In my workbook I have 10 columns with data, starting at A12 and down. This could be several hundred rows. I would like to export the first three columns only (Column A, B and C). The TXT file should have the following: First line: "This file was exported from Excel" Second line: The value of cell B4 of the worksheet Third line: The value of cell B5 of the worksheet Fourth line: Today's date ( as 27/Sep/2007) Fifth line: No entries (Empty row) Sixth line will be the first numeric transfer. This is cell A12 value, cell B12 value and cell C12 value. Seventh line: Cell A13 value, cell B13 value and cell c13 value. etc, until the end or selected amount of rows. The values of the different columns should be separated by commas Column A values could be 9 characters (5 numerics with 4 decimals - 12345.6789) Column B values could be 10 characters (6 numerics with 4 decimals - 123456.7890) Column C values could be 10 characters (6 numerics with 4 decimals - 123456.7890)
The text file therefor would look as follows:
This file was exported from Excel. Company ABC On this continent 27/Sep/2007
I tried to adapt jindon's code but no luck. I am currently doing it the long way. ='[Workbook1.xls]MySheet'!$A12&", "&'[Workbook1.xls]MySheet'!$B12&", "&'[Workbook1.xls]MySheet'!$C12 This works but I really liked what jindon did and wondered if it could be adapted to fit my needs.
I have a text file, which has a column of wrong data. I can change it manually by loading it into Excel but it is semi-colon delimited and I can't export to such a file.
I therefore, would like to write a VBA tool, which reads the file and edits the the value between the 5th and 6th semi-colon and will continue do this for each row (the new value is constant across the rows).
I have a workbook with sheets of data that should be imported into another system. So i would like some code that does the following:
1.) make a copy of worksheet x and paste (paste special) the values in a new worksheet. 2.) Delete row 1 in new worksheet (the labels) 3.) Ask the user for a file name and path and save the worksheet as a tab delimited txt file. 4.) Delete the worksheet created in 1.) 5.) Leave the user with the original .xls file I will assign this macro to a button so the experience for the user is: 1.) press button 2.) input file name and location and have a text file saved 3.) be left in the original xls document. I tried with the following code but get stuck with this error : "Run-time error 91: Objeck variable or with block variable not set."
Sub Export_x_DK() Dim w As Workbook Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.DisplayAlerts = False ThisWorkbook.Sheets.Add After:=Sheets(Sheets.Count) ActiveSheet.Name = "Export_2023" Sheets("Depreciation x (DK)").Select Cells.Select.........................
I am using Excel 2003 and need to save via VBA code a single tab in a workbook to a new workbook. I need to be able to specify the new workbook file name and location. The copy feature on the tab won't work because the data is too large and I get an ugly message using that option.
The reports I build work from a basic template with 10 or so separate, slightly different versions. In order to make them I currently update the data in the template and then click on "File>Save As..." ten times, renaming the file as appropriate.
Overall Report for yyyy/mm/dd Partner A report for yyyy/mm/dd Partner B report for yyyy/mm/dd ad nauseum..
Is there an easy macro that could save and rename my file multiple times? It would need to accept manual input for the date. Preferably it would be something that I could easily tweak to change the filenames and number of reports saved as this is most of what I do.
About 2 weeks ago Reafidy posted a reply to the following thread. Save Individual Sheet Based On A1. As I do not want to hi-jack anyone elses thread so I am starting a new one. The code posted does basicly what I need however I was wondering if it is possible to save only "ONE" specific sheet which could be specified in the code, to a specific folder specified in the code and under a name defined by a cells contents. eg.
Save a single sheet named "MatData" from a workbook, name the saved sheet from a "named range on sheet1" & "Cutlist" & ".xls" to a Folder on the "D" drive called "Saves"
I have a Workbook that already has a macro in it that will generate multiple sheets based on certain criteria.
For each of these newly generated sheets (numbered 1-6 in the attached example), I need to be able save each of them to a PDF file based on a unique name contained in a certain cell (in this case, each named is referenced in cell Q1 of each sheet). As such, I should end up with 6 pdfs based on the attached sample files.
The PDFs would ideally need to be landscaped and should be just 1 page per sheet.
In my attached sample workbook, you'll notice that I have a "PracticePrint" macro that doesn't quite get the job done. One other criteria involves not printing any sheet with the characters "1010" in it (my PracticePrint macro is setup to do that, but it fails to do much else).
How to save a file, with file- name. but the directory is to be read in worksheet "towns" in Cell1 (brussels) and filename in worksheet "names" in cell B2 (i.e. winter), so it saves to c:russelswinter.txt as a wordpad or kladblok txt file, that keeps a number, so each time we push a button "go back from worksheet names to worksheet towns" the "number" that is saved in the txt document goes up by value +1. In Flemisch, the "old" code goes as follows, and saves the number in the txt file Factuurnummer7.txt. But I want that the file name (here: FactuurNummer7) can be a variable text issue, which has to be read - as already noticed - in cell B2 (with the word WINTER). So the are 2 worksheets: towns, ans names
pad$ = Application.DefaultFilePath 'controle = Dir(pad$ + "FactuurNummer7.txt") 'If controle = "" Then GoTo EerstAanmaken 'Open pad$ + "Factuurnummer7.txt" For Input As #10 'Input #10, Nummer1 'Close #10......................
Automating Excel from Access, I'm attempting to generate a single sheet workbook and save to a Sharepoint site. This process works fine on my machine (XL2007, XP), but on a coworkers computer (XL2003, XP), the code throws a 1004 error on the save as line. However, the really odd thing is that stepping through the code doesn't throw an error on the coworkers machine.
Here's the sub being ran; the line it errors out on is the first branch in the .saveas block.
I use a macro that saves my activesheets in text(tab delimited).
I am trying to find how to save my worksheets as tab delimited files without having to open the notepad later, in order to press the backspace button. Just to clarify more, if a sheet has 15 rows of data, the tab delimited file will be created with 16. Is there a way to save the actual number of rows in the text file or this is a default operation in excel that cannot be changed in any way?
- I have excel file with data I need - I have fixed txt(html) template that i need to integrate Excel information into - Final result that I want to achieve is saved .txt(html) file with combination of fixed information (text) and data from excel cells.
I need to writing a VBA code for each of above (integrating text & cells, saving results as text)