I am using VLOOKUP to find the size of a cam to be installed in a tablet press, based on the product code it will be running.
The array has two columns: (W) Product Code, (X) Cam Size.
The user selects the Product Code from a drop-down list in cell E5.
The resulting Cam Size is displayed in cell E7. The VLOOKUP works fine.
Occasionally, the cam size has to be updated. The user would then select a new cam size from a drop-down list in cell E9.
I have a "Update Cam Size" command button.
What I need to happen is for the value in E9 to replace the value in the array that is displayed in E7. Obviously, I have to know the location of the cell in the array, but I can't figure that part out. I've tried ADDRESS and MATCH functions, but it comes back with "#N/A" Value not available error.
I would like to record the address of the last set of cells that data was input into to a variable so that a user can choose to delete the last entry. An 'Undo' button really.
What I have is a user form that writes different materials to thier respective sheets in the database. (Material1, Material2, etc.) Some materials have a different number of variables (some have a width and some don't, but all have a quantity.)
This is the code I have for adding the material to the database (each material has it's own button with material specific code.)
Private Sub AddToMaterial1_Click() Set c = Worksheets("Material1").Range("a65536").End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0) Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Dim lastenty1 lastentry1 = c.Address Dim lastentry2 lastentry2 = c.Offset(0, 1).Address Dim lastentry3 lastentry3 = c.Offset(0, 2).Address Dim lastentry4 lastentry4 = c.Offset(0, 3).Address Dim lastentry5 lastentry5 = vbNullString Dim lastentry6 lastentry6 = vbNullString
Application.ScreenUpdating = True End Sub
The following code is what I am trying to do for a single button to clear the last entry to the database.
Private Sub RemoveLastEntry_Click() Range(lastentry1).ClearContents Range(lastentry2).ClearContents Range(lastentry3).ClearContents '(There is always at least 3 cells to clear) If lastentry4 = nullstring Then Exit Sub Range(lastentry4).ClearContents If lastentry5 = nullstring Then Exit Sub Range(lastentry5).ClearContents If lastentry6 = nullstring Then Exit Sub Range(lastentry6).ClearContents End Sub
I have a table in which I have a "patient" column and a "page" column. The macro searches for a patient's number, then looks if this patient has the page "900.--". A patient may have more than one page, which will result in many rows with the same patient number. So far, my macro uses the search function to find a patient number, then compares the cell next to the active cell to see if it contains the page "900.--". If not, then my macro searches for the next patient and so on until the page is found and noted into another workbook or none is found.
In order to stop the loop, I am trying to store the address of the first cell found into a variable "rFirstCell" so that it can later on be compared to another variable, "rSecondCell", which represent the active cell. When both are the same, it means all the available search results have been tested and the loop should stop.
Sub testing() Dim rRng As Range, rFirstCell As Range, rSecondCell As Range Set rRng = Worksheets("Overview").[a1] Dim sDeath As String sDeath = "death" ActiveSheet.AutoFilterMode = False If LCase(rRng(2, 15).Value) = "x" Then If LCase(rRng(2, 9).Value) = sDeath Then Workbooks("DM Endpoint pages_test.xls").Activate Range("A1").Select...........................
How can you access a cell's value via a vb variable that contains the cell's address. I have a vb variable named cellAddress (string) that contains "$A$1" and I want to assign the contents of what cellAddress points to another VB variable - how do i Do this?
e.g. if cellAddress = "$a$1" and A1 contains "xyz", I would like to assigne "xyz" to a new vaiable by referencing just cellAddress??? Also - Can anyone reccomend a good Excel VB book? A book that maybe stresses the VB language rather then a cook-book approach.
I'm trying to work on a macro that will copy two cell ranges (name of current month and prvious month) from one location, store it as a variable and use that variable to find replace similar text string in another tab. Below is my code which is not changing the values in another tab...
Dim OldMonth As String Dim NewMonth As String Sheets("X1").Select
I searched and I keep finding something that's not quite what I'm looking to do so I think I'm missing something really simple.
Let's say that I want each cell in col b to be the sum of 5 plus whatever value is in the cell adjacent to it on the left (col).
I know that you can just write a formula in each cell like...
b1 will be =sum(a1+5) b2 will be =sum(a2+5)
... but is there a shortcut so that you don't have to write out the actual cell address for each one?
Meaning - is there a predefined name or something that represents the cell to the left or right so you can just use that instead, allowing you to just copy paste the same formula all the way down the column? Something like...
b1 will be =sum(left+5) b2 will be =sum(left+5)
... where "left" represents whatever value is in the cell to the left of that particular cell?
Is there a formula in Excel that returns the active cell address (ie dynamically). Excel updates the activecell address in the Name Box dynamically as you make a selection but I cannot find a standard formula to access it. I know I can achieve this with code using the selection-change event but this action then disallows use of the Undo button - which I specifically want to avoid. Perhaps there is an add-in available?
Code: Dim MyArray as Variant Dim Address MyArray = Range([a1], [b10]) For varRow = 1 To UBound(MyArray, 1) ' I want to know the current address of the cell right here, ' For instance I want to know I'm working with A1 right here ' Is that possible?
Next I guess my question is how do I find out the originating address of the cell I'm working with in an array. I need to check the font color of A1,B1,C1 etc while working in that range and I have no idea how to access it.
Is there any formula to find text and return its cell address? This is like when we use Ctrl+F function to find a text, and Excel then highlight the cell contains the referred text. At the same time, the name-bar displays the address of the cell. Now, is there any formula that can perform such task like this?
I have created a work diary in Excel which is built up in half hour blocks. I am able to create my appointments (usually one or two hour blocks) by selecting a group of cells and running a macro which merges the cells, colours them and puts a border round them.
I now want to be able to delete individual appointments by selecting the appropriate appointment and running a macro to copy and paste from the same range of cells in another worksheet (which is effectively my blank master diary page). I have tried work out what code I need to put the range of the current selection into a variable in VBA but I'm not having any luck.
I have 2 sheets. In the first sheet, I have 3 columns. The first column contains transaction codes. The 2nd column contains the destination code (like a mapping cell where the value of the 3rd column would go but in a different sheet/2nd sheet) and the 3rd column contains the values for it. Would it be possible to reference a destination in a cell itself? Or should I just code it individually? I wouldnt want to reference each data one by one because the total would be 480 reference cells. Is there an easier way?
Assume the following list of addresses are all in separate cells of a single column (A1-A4). I just need the formula to extract the street addresses, and then a separate formula to extract the zip codes.
5430-44 PASCHALL AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19143 OPA/BRT#: 884350845
4010 MARPLE STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA 19136 OPA/BRT#: 651087200
2618 SOUTH HOWARD STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA 19148 OPA/BRT#: 391251216
5737 WOODCREST AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19131 OPA/BRT#: 522155600
I'm not sure if this is impossible (surely not) or if I'm just Googling the wrong terms (most likely). I have a sheet that we use to record staff shifts and when they take their lunch breaks. By default most of our employees have a 1 hour lunch and they take it 4 hours after they start. So far so good, I've set up a formula to work out what time their lunch would start and end based on this.
N237: =IF(AND(L237>0,L237<>"NWD"),SUM(L237+(1/6)),0) - Lunch start 4 hours after start time in L237 (NWD = Non working day) M237: =IF(N237>0,SUM(N237+(1/24)),0) - Lunch ends 1 hour after lunch start time in N237
However, not everybody follows the default - some people take lunch later, or don't take as long due to working shorter hours.
What I'd like to do is allow users of the sheet to overtype the times generated by the formulas when applicable, but if they delete their own custom value for lunch breaks I would like the formulas to re-appear and thereby return lunch times to the default values.
I could do this through VBA with a button to look for blank cells, but I would prefer it to happen automatically. Is this possible and if so what code would I need to make the magic happen?
I should maybe have mentioned that this sheet has space for 250 names and an area for each day of the week, so these formulas would appear in 1,250 different places
I need a macro that will change the part of the formula that is "CI10001G" to the value of cell A2 which would basically be something along the lines of "CI10004D" so the formula would change to the following:
And then this formula will then successfully look in the newly directly file path.
I want to set up a sheet macro that will replace the contents of a cell (when a specific number is typed in) with a specific formula.
For instance, when "43" is typed into any cell within specified columns (say columns C and H), it changes to the following formula: =IF(D47="",43,IF(D47<=3030,408,43))(WHERE D47 WOULD REPRESENT THE CELL ADJACENT TO THE CELL WHERE "43" WAS TYPED.)
If "43" was typed into cell C1, then it would change to the formula: =IF(D1="",43,IF(D1<=3030,408,43))
If "43" was typed into cell C50, then it would change to the formula: =IF(D50="",43,IF(D50<=3030,408,43))