VBA coding for automatically saving an excel file as another file using the current date as part of the file name together with "32ga" as a constant add-in. I also what this macro to run at a particular time of the day let say 00:20hrs. The excel file i want to save as is always open . It has data that changes every 24-hrs.
I have a Userform (PictureViewer) with a.o. a combobox and a textbox on it. The combobox has a picturename with the full path, i.e. C:My DocumentsJohnMy PicsSummer VacationImg_0001.jpg. The textbox will have the replacement name for that picture entered in it while the picture is visible, i.e. Harry and Antoinette (no extension). Pictures get cycled on this Userform with a forward and backward button. When I click the forward button, the next picture opens up and the name of that picture replaces the previous name in the combobox. What I would like to do is on the click of a commandbutton, copy the string (full path) in the combobox to a column (A), starting at the first cell and in the column beside it (B) end up with the new picture name including the full path. In this case, that would be C:My DocumentsJohnMy PicsSummer VacationHarry and Antoinette.jpg. The next picture name I want to change would be in the cells below this. This could go on for many pictures. I have the macro to change the file names once when I have cycled through everything I want to change. Is it possible to do this in one click or do I have to split the drive name, all folder names and picture name, replace the picture name with the new name manually and concatenate it again? The depth of folders can vary of course. The macro for renaming is as follows
Sub RenameTheFiles() Dim OldName As String Dim NewName As String Dim LastRow As Long Dim I As Long LastRow = Range("A65536").End(xlUp).Row For I = 1 To LastRow OldName = Range("A" & I).Value NewName = Range("B" & I).Value Name OldName As NewName Next I End Sub
I have an excel template that needs to be copied multiple times and each sheet needs be named according to a list in an excel spread sheet. I also have a formula in the template that needs the value copied instead of the formula.
I got this script from an site and tried it. It runs but I don't see any spread sheets.
How can I set the SAVE AS file name to equal A1's cell contents? (More specifically, when I need to rename an existing open file and place my cursor in A1 and hit Save As, I need to new file name to automatically populate A1's cell contents so I don't have to retype the contents of A1.)
I am using this code for 2nd coping my file and rename it automatically......
I want when i want another copy always my path should be "C: estabc.xlsm" and For new file in same path "C: estdef.xlsm" an input box ask for the name("def.xlsm") "what new name u want for this new file".
I am using the following code to rename a file that is being pumped out by another program.
Sub CopyAndDelete() Name "C:Program FilesPATH1234567890_3.tvr" As "C:Program FilesPATHNEWNAME.tvr" ' End Sub
The problem I have is the the file being pumped has a varible name. The nly constant is the _#.tvr. The first 10 digits are random numbers.
I have persued the "rhymn and reason" for the file name with the vendor and have been told it can not be changed and is random. The "_#.tvr" piece comes from the number of reports I have generated for the day. So I have 5 prefined reports that run each day and can recreate the _0.tvr through _4.tvr but the first 10 are random each time.
I would like for the rename to "ignore" the first 10 digits then looking at the file name.
Dim fexport1 As String ' variables for the exported file Dim fexport2 As String Dim wb1 As String 'variables to change between the opened workbooks Dim wb2 As String strTemp = "Please Choose The Exported File" MsgBox strTemp fexport1 = Application.GetOpenFilename("Excel Files (*.xls), *.xls)") If InStr(fexport1, "False") = 0 Then Workbooks.Open fexport1 wb1 = ActiveWorkbook.Name
Else strTemp = "Operation Canceled" End If
The problem is that Crystal Reports generates the file with an invalid worksheet name (it contains a backslash) and I do not have access to modify the Crystal Report. Althought the file can be automatically repaired by Excel when manually opened, the macro chokes and the "Application.DisplayAlerts = False" does not fix it. The only solution I can think of is renaming the worksheet without opening the file.
I think my code is close but I keep getting an error "Run-time error '1004': Application-defined or object-defined error"
I am trying to rename the active workbook by appending yesterday's date onto the filename, using the Save As.
I might be going about this all wrong anyway. My user needs the macro to save, rename, and close the renamed copy of the workbook but to leave the original workbook open. I'm trying to do it in steps so I might be doing this the hard way. However, my code to Save As is below:
Dim CurrentPath As String Dim CurrentFileName As String Dim NewFileName As String Dim Today As Date
I am trying to move and rename an excel template file using a macro. My code works fine when it is moving the file locally on my C: drive. However, when I try to do it on a mapped network drive I get a Path/File access error. Here is the relevant code:
I tried it both ways that are commented out - both give me the error. I have permissions to read/write in all relevant folders. What am I missing here?
I've added an word object to my excel sheet as an icon. The only problem is that it shows the word icon then under it says 'Microsoft Word Document'. This might be an obvious and silly question. But how do I Rename the 'Microsoft Word Document' to a title of my choice?
I am trying to copy a file, rename it, and save it to a new folder. I keep getting a "Compile Error ; Syntax Error" at line FileCopy (ImagePath & oldName, NewPath & newName). I am using Excel 2010.
FileCopy (ImagePath & oldName, NewPath & newName)Sub RenameFiles() 'Renames file based on "sheet 1" - Column 1 Old file name - Column 2 New file name Dim oldName As String Dim myfile As String Dim newName As String Dim ImagePath As String Dim NewPath As String
I have a spreadsheet that I enter daily totals into. The sheet is named by date. I take totals from a number of catagories from the prior day's sheet (ending totals) and enter them on the current sheet (beginning totals), then enter the current day's totals to wind up with new ending totals.
I want to generate a new sheet in the same workbook based on the date of the prior sheet, copy my formatting, and copy the data from the old ending sheet totals to the new sheet beginning totals.
Just wondering if its possible to create a macro which has an inputbox that gives you part of the file name that you would like to open. We have a report that is issued weekly and I'm trying make it so I type in the date of the report in the correct format and it opens the file (saved on my desktop). I don't want to have to go in and edit the macro everyweek to change the file name.
I have one excel file and i want to see the VBA code without open excel file. because when i open that excel file automatic delete userform and save then open that file. i have a second copy of that file in that file there is a one other option to see and learn from it. 1.my computer security is High but when i open the file one userform is come and ask me about enable or desable the macro when i check the box that file is open and run properly.
and after that never ask for Enable or desable the macro, every time that file is open in high security without ask..security. for your information many vba code in that file. i have only one question how see the code without open that file ?
I've been trying to use combo boxes to open, then copy and paste information from specific worksheets the user requests. So far, my approach has been unsuccessful --and the suggestion to simply use the GetOpenFiles procedure was helpful but failed to address more than the "open files" part of my application. Can variables be part of an excel file address as I've tried to use them in the "strFile =" statement immediately below?
Public strFile As String Public strSheet As String Public strSheetName As String
I have forms by differnet departments each day. The files are saved as the department's name then date Byrd 82708.xsl. I need a command button that will pull data from three cells in each of these forms. The master list will not be in the same folder as the deparment forms, the cells are E20, f20, f25. I have a text box were the user will input the date, by this date I would like all forms with this date in that folder to have their data pulled from those three cells and returned in master list.
Split from Open Image Using A String & Cell For File Name. what it looks like, but maybe I am not using the FollowHyperlink correctly?
Sub testFloodMap() Application. ScreenUpdating = False Sheets("FloodMap").Select 'Picture = ActiveSheet. Range("W4").Value This works manually with the path in "W4" 'Now I tried to use the FollowHyperlink next Application.FollowHyperlink "C:Documents and Settingsjim hutchMy DocumentsNarrative1My Appraisals2009-" & Sheets("Base").Range("B2") & "floodmap.jpg" Sheets("FloodMap").Select ActiveSheet.Pictures.Insert(Picture).Select Exists = Dir(Picture, vbNormal).....................
1 I need to open a csv file in order to use data in it at location "C:BarkingEMCIN" to input into an xls spreadsheet. I then need to use the info from the xls spreadsheet along with other info input by users to produce another .csv and it be deposited at "C:BarkingEMCOUT"
The name of the file at "C:BarkingEMCIN" will change everyday or even multiple times a day and be in the format "AVA_DA_260208_BPL_EDF_001.CSV" "AVA DA " will remain the same "260208" will be todays date the next 2 will be interchangeable depending on requirements and use BPL EDF and SSE will be interchangeable depending on requirements and 001 will be the version whcih will be changable. _ underscores will be used as seperators
They will then be save in the format "NOM_DA_260208_BPL_EDF_001.CSV" using the same prinipals as before but automatically saving as the next available when needed with a prompt to tell the user what it will be