VBA To Fill Empty Cells Until The 1st Completely Blank Row?
Feb 1, 2014
I am looking for code that fills empty cells found in columns A-F by copying and pasting the value from the cell of the previous row (of the same column) ignoring columns G onwards. The copying/ pasting then should stop when it encounters its first completely blank row.
I have a sheet with several thousasnd lines that has empty cells between the account number and account name. I need to fill those cells with the account number and account name so that it can be used in a pivot.
Is there an easy way that if any cell in column A is blank it can copy the value from the closest non-blank cell above it? I eventually have to export data from a workbook into a database. But I cannot have any cells in column A as null or blank.
1. There are no blank rows, and at least 1 cell in each row has a value. 2. The person who constructed the sheet did not fill in all cells in column A for each row, they imply that if the cell is blank then it belongs to the same value as whatever the cell above it has. Ie, all similar rows are grouped together. 3. Of course, I only need column A filled in for rows that have data in at least 1 of their columns. 4. Simple worksheets with no formulas to worry about.
Additionally, if it is possible to get a macro so I can apply the code to all worksheets in my workbook at once, can I get that too? In the example below (where .... are blanks) I would like A2 to read 'Fruit' and A4 to read 'Meat'
ColA ColB Colc ---- ----- ------- Fruit apple red .... grape green Meat ham pink .... beef brown
I have sporadic cell values in a column. I will be describing the lamen logic I use to fill in these blanks manually. Find the first nonblank cell in the column, then look for the next nonblank cell in the column. I count the number of blank cells in between. If even # of blank cells, then I give the first half of the blanks the value of the first nonblank cell and the second half of the blank cells the value of the next nonblanck. If odd # of blank cells, then I do the same with the exception that the odd cell that falls in the middle will be randomly designated the value of the either first or second nonblank cell.
I have a spreadsheet where a column has many cells being empty and others with values. I need to use copy-paste skip blanks to another column so it only overwrites cells that contains values. BUT The cells in the column appears to be empty, not blank, when I try use the copy-paste skip blanks it doesnt work. However, when I press delete in every empty cell the copy-paste skip blanks works for those cells.
Do you got a fast method to make all the empty cells blank?
I am using Excel 2010 and basically i am trying to fill a range of cell with a green color if any value was enter in a specific cells. Example: I would like to fill range: A10:c13 with a green color (regardless of the cells content in this range) if a value was entered in cell C10 or C11 or C12 or C13.
I've tried conditional formatting but unfortunately I'll have to apply formatting for every cell and for a range of over hundred cells is not efficient.
I have a workbook with 15000+ Isometric drawing nos. in column A and and joint nos. in Column B. I want to fill the blank cells with the isometric drawing no.s for the corresponding joint nos. A sample worksheet is attached.
Is there any way to fill blank cells going up instead of down, other than having to go to each section and dragging the fill handle. I'm looking at a list of data that has a summ code at the bottom of each section of data. I need to fill the blank cells above the summ code for each section.
D2-NHL RACE .001515 D2-SERVICE CODETO1515
NHSUMM CODETO1515 A0-ATBV TRIO DV .018989 A0-SERVICE CODETO8989 C0-ATBV C HN .017676 C0-ATBV C HNAC .0011 C0-SERVICE CODETO7777
Everything above NV needs to be filled with NV and everything aboveNH needs to be filled with NH. There are over 13000 lines of data. How do I accomplish assigning or filling the related summ codes in the blank cells in between?
Please see attached workbook. I know for a fact this isn't the most effective way to do this, but I just needed something really quick for a small worksheet that my department at work is using. A1:C7 are supposed to represent 3 different types of "methods" In the case of my worksheet, I just typed random stuff.
Basically, I have data validation in B10. Depending on which one I select (1 corresponds with A1:A7, 2 with B1:B7, and 3 with C1:C7), it is supposed to populate that data. I've done this with nested if statements in D10:D16. The issue is that for options 2 and 3, it shows 0's where the blanks should be.
I have a situation where I am trying to copy to blank cells. All the data is in Column A. In Column A there are Account numbers that are attached to dates in Column B and Transaction Amounts in Columns C & D.
If there are multiple dates with transactions, then Column A does not repeat, but is blank until the next Account number. I am trying to have the Account number fill in the blank cells until the next Account number. I have a macro that runs and picks up the Account number and then copies the data in Columns B - D. However, the blank cells are messing up the macro.
I wonder if soeone could change the following macro so that the bottomcell is set to be as far down as there is content in Column "A". As it stands if I fill in blank cells in Column "C" and the last cell with data is say C10 it does just this. But if the actual last row with data in column "A" is A14 then cells C11, C12, C13, and C14 are ignored. C11, C12, C13, and C14 should be the same as C10 above them.
Sub FillBlankCells() Dim topcell As Range, bottomcell As Range Set topcell = Cells(1, ActiveCell.Column) Set bottomcell = Cells(16384, ActiveCell.Column) If IsEmpty(topcell) Then Set topcell = topcell.End(xlDown) If IsEmpty(bottomcell) Then Set bottomcell = bottomcell.End(xlUp).Offset Range(topcell, bottomcell).Select Selection.SpecialCells(xlBlanks).Select Selection.FormulaR1C1 = "=R[-1]C" End Sub
Other macros recognize the actual last row.... but have issues with columns formatted as Text. The macro above doesn't create problems with columns formatted as "Text".
I am trying to fill down data in columns A:C but only if there is data in column D. I have butchered VBA into this working bit but the fill down stops too early.
Sub fillall() Set x = Worksheets("Paste"). Range("A3", "c3") Do Range(x, x.End(xlDown).Offset(-1, 0)).filldown Set x = Range(x.End(xlDown), x.End(xlDown).Offset(0, 2)) Loop Until x.End(xlDown).Offset(0, 3) = 0 End Sub
If A1 has a value of ABC, A2-A5 are blank A6 has a value of DEF A7-A10 are blank. Is there a formula that will fill A2-A5 with ABC, look at the value of A6 and see that it is different from A1-A5, or not blank, change the fill value to the new value, A6, then fill down the value of A6 into A7-A10 instead of manually using the fill handle?
I have many sheets in my workbook with many filled or unfilled cells... I want that any cell in my whole workbook should be filled with " " ie a space if it is currently blank (ie don't touch the cells which have some data) and as there are many cells in a sheet .. I don't want to fill them with spaces as the file size will increase... I just want to do this for cells A-1 to AB-200.
What is the way of doing this with a formula or programming ie without macros... (or is macro the only way?) What if I just want to do this to a sheet and not to the whole workbook.
I have been using this code I found awhile back to fill blank cells in a column with the preceding value. but it leaves the very last cell blank. Like this.
Is there a way to add possibly a "Do until column B is null or """?
Code: Sub FillBlanks() Dim rRange1 As Range, rRange2 As Range Dim iReply As Integer If Selection.Cells.Count = 1 Then MsgBox "You must select your list and include the blank cells", vbInformation, "OzGrid.com"
I have a macro that creates mutiple, though varing numbers of, columns. Once the columns are created, a blank column is set up to the right of them. When the data is ideal, only one cell in each row created by the populated columns will have data in it. So lets say that in this example, the macro created 23 columns of data. A1 is blank, B1 is Widget, and C1 through the end are also blank. I need a macro that will look at the rows and find the populated column and copy that string of data to the blank 24th column (to the right) created after the poulated columns. So X1 (the 24th column) will have Widget placed in it.
Now I need it to do one other thing. In another example, let say there are 5 columns created this time. In the third row, there is data in A3 and D3. If they are the equal to each other (A3 value being 143256 and D3 value being 143256), then I need the 6th column created to have 143256 placed in it. However, if the data differs ( A3 value being 143255 and D3 value being 143288) then I need the word "Scrap" to appear in the sixth column.