Auto Populate Into A Column That Starts In Cell E5?
Jul 2, 2013
I am trying to auto populate into a column that starts in cell E5 and references cell C5 (along with a dataset in N and O). In cell E6, I copied and pasted this formula and changed all of the C5 values to C6. When trying to use the auto populate cross hair tool, excel changes all N and O cells, from O165 to O166, O167 when they should have remained O165 and N165 for every cell.
The code below extracts unique distinct values from column A, except cell A1. Then the code adds the extracted unique distinct values to the combo box.
Sub FilterUniqueData() Dim Lrow As Long, test As New Collection Dim Value As Variant, temp() As Variant ReDim temp(0) On Error Resume Next With Worksheets("Sheet1")
The vba code below copies the selected value to cell C5 whenever the combobox is selected
Copy the code into a standard module.Assign this macro to the combobox
Sub SelectedValue() With Worksheets("Sheet1").Shapes("Drop Down 1").ControlFormat Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("C5") = .List(.Value) End With End Sub
Vba code belows instanly refresh the combobox when values are added/edited or removed from column A,
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Not Intersect(Target, Range("$A:$A")) Is Nothing Then Call FilterUniqueData End If End Sub
My problem is this:
Everything will be working fine if the all combobox and data can be found in 1 sheet, but how could i make some tweaks if the combo box is located in sheet 2 provided your data to be populated is in sheet 1, i tried everything but the combobox doesnt update,
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I've pieced together some VBA code from other sources, which kind of does what I want it to:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Row > 1 And Target.Column = 1 Then Dim SourceSheet As Worksheet Set SourceSheet = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Steps") Dim TargetSheet As Worksheet Set TargetSheet = Target.Worksheet Dim c As Integer Dim Source As Range
But there are some problems:
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This is my first time using VBA.
What I have so far is attached: testAutoPopulate.xlsm
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