My question is about the difference between UserForm_Initialize and UserForm_Activate. I don't understand what sets them apart. Or why they are used. The reason I ask is, I have made 5 ComboBoxes. Array values are assigned to each combo box.
However, which particular array values are assigned to ComboBox2 are dependent on what the user chooses in ComboBox1. And which array values are assigned to ComboBox3 are dependent on what the user chooses in ComboBox2, and so on and so forth, all the way up to ComboBox5.
My understanding is that all ComboBox values are assigned/populated in the UserForm_Activate procedure. Is this correct? If so, am I right to believe the best/only approach to creating the ComboBoxes I described is by calling the UserForm_Activate procedure everytime a ComboBox value is chosen by the user?
I have created a form containing a list box. This list box contains values (Items) that correspond to a particular product (i.e. each time I view a new product, I need to see a new list of items in the list box). I have used Userform_initialize to set the Items (see below). The values are themselves drawn from a spreadsheet. I have only pasted the piece of code in question - I have a lot more code prior to that in order to define the variable "varcount".
Userform_initialize Dim w As Workbook Dim varLine As Integer Dim varcount As Integer Dim vItem As String Set w = ThisWorkbook For counter = 1 To varcount Selection. Offset(0, 0).Select vItem = Selection.Value frmCheckTwinSku.lbTwinSku.AddItem (vItem) Selection.Offset(0, 1).Select Next counter.........................
I have a userform used to insert new vehicle details onto a spreadsheet. below is the code used in two of the boxes to choose the service intervals and the engine type. There is another combobox on the form, however when I try the same type of code for more than 1 box I receive an error on the "Sub Userform_Initialize" line. I assume I need to change something on the 'Sub' line but I cannot figure out what!!
I read from one of the posts here and see sum(a1/a2). I tried it on excel and see no difference between sum(a1/a2) and (a1/a2). if there is a difference, could you please highlight to me? If not, why put 'sum'?
I'm currently doing some research for the World Cup (Soccer) and I want to create a formula that finds the largest gap between two dates. Basically, I'm copy and pasting player data into an Excel template I've created and one of the columns in each player's data is a list of dates when he has played over the last 12 months. I want to create a formula that shows me the length (in days) of his longest break from playing competitive football AFTER Oct 1st 2013.
I'm trying to automate the attached schedule so that the formulas in H stop increasing once the amount in column J equals zero. So far everything I've tried either gives me a circular reference error or ends up giving me the same result as if I depreciated the asset an additional month.
I have two 2 Dimensional String Arrays with data. I need to find a way to get the difference between these two Arrays. I am new to VBA, I don't know how to deal with these. I certainly feel that there is some efficient function for doing this. or Is the naive two for lop concept is the only way to go?
I have a client who weants to work out the total number of hours (not minutes) between two times. I have managed to do that with no problem using the formula =IF(A2>B2,B2-A2+1,A2+B2). However, this is where the problem starts.
They want to multiply the number of hours with the number of men on the job, but the answer is wrong, and I cannot understand why. I have checked the formnat of the cell and changed it to see if that is the problem, but without success.
I have copied it below
Time inTime outNo hoursNo of MenTotal Man Hours 12:0003:001526 14:0018:00474
I have a spreadsheet that records a bunch of golfer's scores for a round of golf. I have a range G10:X10 that shows Par for each of the 18 holes. I have many rows below that, G11:X11 is one example, that are individual golfer's scores.
I'd like to add a column, say in column AC, that would count the number of birdies each golfer had in the round.
Thus, I was thinking something like this in AC11: =SUMIF(G11:X11 - G10:X10,"=-1").
Of course that doesn't work. I need some way of creating a range of 18 differences for the first parameter of the SUMIF function. I know that I can write a VBA macro for it or add another row for each golfer with the difference (but that would double the size of the spreadsheet). Is there an elegant way to do this with a worksheet function given just the scores and par for all 18 holes.
I'm trying to calculate the number of hours an agent works between the hours of 7AM and 7PM. Column B has their START time, Column C has their END time, Column D includes their LUNCH time, and Column E calculates the total number of hours worked (=IFERROR(SUM(C248-B248)-D248,"-").
I've created 3 additional columns (Column F = number of hours before 7:00, Column G = number of hours after 19:00, and Column H = Total excluded hours which represents the total number of hours an agent worked before 7AM or after 7PM.
I've attemped several different formulas, but they all give me '#########' in one cell or another.
I have a form for weather warnings that has time of issue in cell B19, and the time of occurrence in cell D19, and the times are in a 24hr military style time format (1600, or 1735, etc).
I need cell G19 to tell me the time difference between the two in hours and minutes, but here's the catch - if cell B19 has an earlier time, I need it to display the difference as a positive number, indicating that I issued the warning before the event actually occurred. If D19 is earlier, I need it to display in cell G19 as a negative number, indicating that the event occurred before I had a chance to issue the warning.
I want to take two dates, a start date and an end date and get the number of days elapsed.
I also want to enter the dates quickly, as in 070808 for 07/08/08 (not having to enter the dashes). I have tried 00/00/00 and ##"/"##"/"## in the cells format, number, custom.
Using that format, entering 070808 in A1, and 070809 for A2 and finally in A3 =DATEDIF(A4,B4,"d") to get the difference in days. What I get is 1 day instead of 365 days. So it's thinking 70809 - 70808 = 1.
How do I get it to give me 365 days? What format can I use in the date cells?
I'm trying to find the difference two cells within a row to another row.
I'm using time values i.e 17:07 and 14:53 and in the third cell I'd like to get a result that shows me a plus/minus of the differences.
I know by looking what math to apply to that particular cell. Is there a way to do a formula to get the results no matter if they are plus or minus. without having to change the formula back and for on if i know it'll be increasing or decreasing?