I have a formulae in cell C1 (looks up A1, B1). I want to have a msgbox come up when the value in cell C1 is either #VALUE! / #N/A / any other error. So: if error.type in (1 - 7), want error box. Else if error.type = #N/A, no error box!
I have used conditional formatting, by which cells in a column (Column D) would either have "Text1" or "Text2" or "Text3". VB code so that macro runs a check on 'Column D' and if any cell contains "Text3", a pop-up appears with message "Text3 is there"
I have set up a userform. I have alot of if statements to help the user input correctly. The first part of the code is fine, it's just to show you what i'm doing. The part in red shows where i have no idea how to write it.
There is a value in worksheet 'day 1 grade 2'!h31, if the value is equal to or greater than 30 and a value has been entered into Me.NoOfStudents.Value, i want the msgbox the appear.
I am trying to assigned the values of two adjacent cell in a msgbox (columns AE and AF) as it is to far away for me to scroll and hiding the other columns will cause me to unhid it when I need to enter some information on it.
What I want to do, is when I double click activecell in column B, msgbox will pop and tell me the values nested in the same row under columns AE and AF (contract start date is : in column AE, contract end date : in column AF)
Code: Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean) MsgBox "Contract Start Date" & ActiveCell.Row.Offset(0, 30).Value & "Contract Start Date" & ActiveCell.Row.Offset(0, 31).Value
I have the following code, that I found on this forum, in my worksheet change event.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Static old_value As Variant If Sheet1.Range("C5").Value <> old_value Then 'a change has occured in cell C5 so do your processing.... MsgBox "Changing 5" old_value = Sheet1.Range("C5") End If.............................
I am trying to pop open a messagebox if a cells interior color index = 3 in a named range.
Private Sub Workbook_Open() If Sheet1.Range(" Schedules").Interior.ColorIndex = 3 Then MsgBox "One or more Trainee requires more than TWO HOURS PER WEEK to forefill his log book requirements" End If End Sub
The user enters data into Column E on Sheet1 and i want my code to display a pop-up box when a cell's value exceeds 500. I've tried the two codes below which i thought would work as Excel didn't highlight any breaks when i wrote the code, but no pop-up box is being generated when values > 500.
Private Sub Threshold_Check2(ByVal Target As range) Dim cell As range
For Each cell In ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Columns(5).Cells If cell.Value > 500 Then MsgBox "Value within 15% of Threshold" Next cell End Sub
Sub Threshold_Check(ByVal Target As range) Set Target = range("E1:E150") For Each cell In range("E1:E150") If Target.Value > 500# Then MsgBox "Value within 15% of Threshold" End If End Sub
Im looking for code for a button that asks for a Record number, and it will delete the record. But the record number is written in cells as 'Record No.1' 'Record No.2' etc. But i want the messagebox to ask for a single number and it would delete that record. Now the position of the records is what will be the difficult bit about this code, but it has a pattern.
For Record No.1 i need deleting cells C2:J100 For Record No.2 i need deleting cells L2:S100 For Record No.3 i need deleting cells U2:AB100
If anyone could give me a bit of code that works for these 3 then i could waste a load of time filling the rest of them out.
I do not know if I have this written correctly, I would like to have the sub - Retro run whenever some one opens this worksheet - "FORM". The retro is also suppose to test cell H12 to see if it is blank before running the msgbox.
i have been trying to add msgbox to show that if textbox1 and textbox3 are empty than show "please enter i.d or lockern no but if textbox3 is true than run the code or textbox1 is true than run the code.
I am currently setting up a ID/Password function on my spreadsheet. On the main page is the login boxes and an Ok button. When the Ok button is pressed, I have a formula that checks the user ID and Password and if correct, it types correct. Otherwise it types incorrect. This is using;
Hi, Please could someone help with the following code. I have 2 sheets 'sheet 1' and 'sheet 2'(hidden). Sheet 1 has a control button that takes you straight to sheet 2, however what I wish to achieve is that before sheet 2 is visible a message box appears if a condition is not met. Something like, if sheet 1 R29 is less than 5000 then msg box appears (I would need about 4 lines in the msg box), if ok'd then sheet 2 appears. If the condition is met i.e sheet 1 R29 = or is greater than 5000 then the msg box does not appear and takes the user to sheet 2.
Is it possible to modify and code not to have the OK button. I need to to be information process only. I have a long macro i need to user to be aware where in the macro run we are. I wanted to use this code... but i do not want to click the OK button i need it to just show that that step is completed etc...
I am trying to have a msgbox come up if there is a path found it will pop up a msgbox for a few seconds then go away. Im trying to avoid the user from having to select anything just simpley telling them the connection is there then go away on its on. The code below is what Im currently using.
Code: If Dir("H:") = "" Then MsgBox "Error: Drive, path or file not found" Else MsgBox "OK: Drive, path or file found" End If
I would like to add a MsgBox letting the user know how many days are left before the Trial Period is up.
Code: Private Sub Workbook_Open() Dim StartTime#, CurrentTime# '***************************************** 'SET YOUR OWN TRIAL PERIOD BELOW 'Integers (1, 2, 3,...etc) = number of days use '1/24 = 1Hr, 1/48 = 30Mins, 1/144 = 10Mins use
Const TrialPeriod# = 5 '< 5 days trial 'set your own obscure path and file-name
I was thinking of:
Code: MsgBox "You have X number of days until you Trial Period expires."
But, I don't know how to code the part in Red to register a Count Down from the first day opened to the next.
It may be opened more then once per day. I just nedd a message on day 2nd - 4th day.
If opened on the 5th day, the rest of the code executes, closing the Workbook.
I have several material takeoff sheets and one material SummarySheet in my workbook.
Each material takeoff sheet has a subtotal cell at the bottom of the sheet. The subtotals are added together and the total sum is displayed in a cell on the SummarySheet. At least that is how it is supposed to work. Excel or somebody else arbitrarily changed the cell reference in the SummarySheet formula to call up the cell one row above the subtotal cell on the material takeoff sheets. This little action resulted in a loss of $674,000 and may eventually result in my unemployment. Meanwhile I am sitting here putting out fires.
This is what I would like to do: Place a formula on the SummarySheet or add a Macro that will trigger a warning message box if the total on the SummarySheet is not equal to the sum of the subtotals on the material takeoff sheets. Also would like to have the message box animated or brightly colored.
If(PlateCostsTotals+AppurtenancesCostsTotals+StructuralCostsTotals+MiscellaneousCostsTotalsSummaryCostsTotal MsgBox “Hey, Don’t You Know How to Add”) or an alternate formula that works.
I have a workbook which pulls in the latest row of data from another workbook. At the moment, the original data workbook needs to be open for the one which pulls in the data to work, otherwise I get a #VALUE! in all the relevent cells. What I'd like to do is have a pop-up MsgBox which comes up if it finds the #VALUE! error in cell A9, whilst if the original workbook is open and so no error is displayed, no MsgBox will appear