I have a few 2007 workbooks that are set up to track and compare individual budgets over time. The majority of the cells are referencing workbooks that have yet to be created.
On opening these workbooks the users are confronted with an informational window informing them that "This workbook contains one or more links that cannot be updated", to which they are instructed to choose "Continue". Is there code I can add to these workbooks that would automatically choose "Continue" once a user enables the security warning for Automatic updates of links? I believe this would be the same as an On Open event.
My macro cuts and pastes a section of one sheet over the top of each remaining sheet in the workbook. It pauses before each paste and presents a message box (relating to copying over a named range) requiring the user to manually click on "Yes" in response to the question before continuing on. How can I modify my macro so that it finishes without requiring the user to click on "yes" for each sheet. In other words, how do I get the macro to automatically answer "Yes" to the message box ??
I have a workbook that contains a macro that when executed creates a copy (duplicate) of one its sheets and places it in itself (the same workbook). The macro then prints the newly created sheet. After printing, the macro then erases the newly created sheet so that it is no longer a part of the workbook. My problem is that I get the Excel message "Data may exist in the sheet(s) selected for deletion. To permanently delete the data, press Delete". I would like add to my macro so that 1) the message is skipped or 2) the macro answers the message box (with Delete) so that no user input is required. I would like it if the user did not have to respond to this message.
The background is that I only use macros for a few limited files to save me some time spent on monotonous clicking. Well, yesterday I made three little macros that clear the info in three weekly files and save each with a new date (in preparation for me adding the new info). When I left yesterday, the macros worked as intended. I come in to work this morning, and each of those files now open automatically whenever I open any other file in Excel (just for the first one, nothing happens if I open a second).
i have a validation list of about 100 items. Is it possible that on tabbing into the cell the validation list can automatically open and as I start to type, it will take me towards the right list item?
Is there anyway I can schedule an excel workbook to open up at a certain time; I have some code attached to the Workbook Open function; so when the workbook is opened the code will run; but I need the workbook to automatically open at say 17:00 everyday so the code can run.
I have been trying for the past four months now to get my workbook to automatically open a new worksheet every 1st of the month.
but I have failed each and every month. I have asked others to assist but to no avail.
this is the code in my workbook as it looks now.
Dim strValue As String Dim Sht As Worksheets, foundSheet As Boolean, TEMPLATE As String Dim rng As Range Dim irow As Long Dim myDate As Date, newDate As Date, oldSheet As String, newSheet As String Dim ws As Worksheet Dim strName As String Dim wsh As Worksheet
i keep getting an error on the activesheet=newsheet.
i need vba code to Automatically Click on "Yes" button. Actually i download excel file from website, it seems display security alert box before open the excel (ie:" Verify that the file is not corrupted and is from a trusted source before opening the file, Do you want to open the file now? "), i need a code to automatically click on "Yes" button in the Alert box.
I have a spreadsheet where we calculate lost time of machinery and how much money is lost. Every day someone enters the hours that the machines were down and then enters comment in that cell stating what happened or what the resolve was. So for example Machine A runs 24 hours a day, but 12-19-08 it had mechanical issues and was down for 2 hours, so the entrant will enter 22 in that cell, then have to right click back in that cell, go to insert comment and enter "need to change belts." Then if he finds out later that they were down another two hours he would have to change the hours, right click in the cell and edit comment. What we have been coming across is that after awhile he just enters the hours and not the comment. Besides firing a lazy operator I would like to make it more user friendly and ensure that the data entry person is entering the comment.
I would like after the hours are entered in the cell for the comment box to automatically open. I figured there has to be a formula to do it, but i am not at an advanced level. Can you help me?
Every week I do inventory on my excel sheet, I have a link for every row and for the past months, I have been clicking through every link as I do my inventory. It's all fine and well until my inventory grew and now clicking through every link every week becomes frustrating.
I am looking for a code that when run will automatically open any hyperlink in column B if the value in column A is less than 0.
I am trying exactly the same things stated in here Open two workbooks at the same time as stated in the other thread's answer I would love to "just use the Workbook name IF both Workbooks are in the same folder." both files are in the same folder and this is the code that I am trying to use
Private Sub Workbook_Open() Workbooks.Open ("toto1234.xls")
and it does not work any one explain me what I am doing wrong?
I am using this code to get me to a path then I click on the file I want and it opens it and makes it a .csv file. Then my code does stuff with it and closes it. My question is, do I even have to click on it? Can I get the macro to automatically open the file. Note the "NewestFolderInThePath" is a function that open me up to the "newest" created folder in the path. From there I double click file.
TheFile = Application.GetOpenFilename("Excel Files (*.*), *.*", , "Open Balance Sheet File FRPMBSDTL") If TheFile = "False" Then continue = MsgBox("Do you want to Continue to IS Download?", _................
I use the code below to check and see if a sheet exists or not when a workbook is opened. If it does not, continue. If it does I need to run a different sub on it. Twist, I need to check for a hidden sheet. How would I chg the code to do this?
Private Sub Workbook_Open() 'Also need to check the code in the userform. Has On.Time command. 'SplashForm.Show Sub Sheet_Test_1() Dim sh As Worksheet On Error Resume Next Set sh = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(" total") If Err.Number <> 0 Then MsgBox "The sheet doesn't exist" Err.Clear On Error Goto 0 Else MsgBox "The sheet exist" End If End Sub
I have this code that I have been using fine until today when it just stop working for me... It's a simple copy and paste using VBA Code. The code finds the last row in Column A and copies the cell to L1. Below you will find the code I'm using and the line in yellow is where I'm getting the error.
This codes runs as soon as the worksheet opens and it has worked for over a year. I'm using MS Excel 2007. Please let me know what you guys think I have tried pretty much everything I can think of but i dont really know what i'm doing when it comes to VBA.
in the "Order for EMS" and "Order for FEDEX" there have 1 product exist, now the customer need to type the country in the "F35", and the Price of weight will look back to the sheet "EMS Weight" and "FEDEX Weight" but for example, if i type Japan in both sheet, the EMS that one is correct 1kg to Japan is $168 but in FEDEX that one is not correct 1kg to Japan is $169 but now show $342, the formula in "G36" should be correct, what's wrong of my formula????
I have a sheet that has 2 fields that i need a yes/no answer from. Basically if b = "P1" then a should be less than or equal to 4 to reply good otherwise it should reply no. but if b isnt "P1" but instead is P2 P3 or P4 then it should => 10, 30, 40 respectively.
I want to tell Excel that, if a cell value is between 1 and 100, to enter one result in another cell. If the value is between 101 and 250, enter another result in that same cell. If the value is between 251 and 500 enter another result in that same cell and so on about another 12 times.
I have a formula that is in ColF Row4, and it is copied down to ColF Row 13. But trouble is that when I autosum this column I get 6, but the answer should be 8. The data in Rows A-E are extracted from an external data source. I've attached the spreadsheet. =IF((AND(A4=7,D4="")),1,(IF((OR(A4=7,D4>=2)),D4,0)))