I'm trying to automate a process (just like everyone else), and it doesn't seem to be working for me. I have two Excel sheets. One sheet contains errors for disk drives and the other sheet contains the serial numbers of the disk drives. Five fields exist in both sheets. These fields are B (for Bus), E (for Enclosure), D (for Disk), Bus, and Disk. (B-E-D together and Bus-Disk are two ways of naming a drive.)
The serial number sheet has all info filled in. The error sheet does not. I won't to write a macro that will compare the B-E-D fields in the error sheet to those in the serial number sheet, and then copy and paste the corresponding Bus-Disk information into the error sheet. The reason I want to do this is because the error sheet will not contain all drives and be in random order. So it needs to be able to search through all the B-E-D fields every time to pull out the correct Bus-Disk numbers/letters.
Set Sh1 = Worksheets(1)
Set Sh2 = Worksheets(2)
Dim CompareRange1 As Object
Dim CompareRange2 As Object
Dim CutRange As Object
Dim CopyRange As Object....................
I wrote a macro that basically adds 5 lines at the beginning and puts in a heading (don't want to use headers). The macro worked flawlessly, then i decided to add it to my add-in and now I get the compile error "type mismatch" for the following line
- the "A1" is highlighted in particular.
Rows("1:5").Select Selection.Insert Shift:=xlDown, CopyOrigin:=xlFormatFromLeftOrAbove Range("A1").Select ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "1" With Selection.Font .Color = -16776961 .TintAndShade = 0 End With.............................
OK, so I have a userform with some text boxes that I have specially formatted to accept only date values in the form of mm/dd/yy. By default they are blank. I have a check in one of my codes that looks like this
Code: If DateBox vbNullString And DateValue(DateBox) > checkdate Then M1 = "NEOPRENE" & Chr(13) Else M1 = "" & Chr(13) End If
Where DateBox is this specially formatted TextBox and checkdate is a future date being checked against.So if DateBox has a value in it AND that value is greater than the date being checked against the returend string is Neoprene, otherwise it is blank.
Well the problem I have is when the first condition returns FALSE, i.e. when DateBox is empty, the DateValue half still gets evaluated and returns a type missmatch error or something like that because DateValue("") returns an error. I have line of code 8 times, one for Neoprene, squeegee, etc. So the name of the text boxes are each unique and I am using M1, M2, M3, etc.
For other reasons, use of "On Error Resume Next" doesn't work for this situation because it causes a result opposite to what I want to happen.
I'm trying to write a pretty simple macro which invokes a built-in DDE function to retrieve some data, then when the data is retrieved, just show a msgbox. When the data is finished being retrieved, cell(20,11) in the sheet "Historical Data" will automatically have "FINISHED" placed in it. So while the retrieval is taking place, I'm simply looping and checking the contents of this cell waiting for it to read "FINISHED". My problem is the 'Do While Sheets("Historical Data").Cells(20, 11) <> "FINISHED"' line generates a "Type Mismatch Runtime Error 13", which I can't for the life of me understand why.
I have attached a sample file for you to easy reference. So when the code run until the loop function, it will prompt an error message.
The idea is to open the selected file and the copy the data from the selected to this master file by searching the column A. Column A has the identical text in all the files that are to be copied from.
I am trying to only have the option 1, 2, or 3 be entered. I have that part down, but if someone clicks cancel or just closes the input box i get the type mismatch I believe because no integer was found....is there a way around this?
Dim intResponse As Integer intResponse = InputBox("Choose One" & Chr(10) & Chr(10) & "1 - Lease Lock" & Chr(10) & "2 - Upgrade" & Chr(10) & "3 - Lease Lock & Upgrade", "Contract(s) sent out") If inResponse <> 1 Or strResponse <> 2 Or strResponse <> 3 Then MsgBox "Must choose (1,2,3)" Exit Sub End If
I am using the code below but it is coming up with a type mismatch error message and I'm not sure why? how I can stop this?
Range("A3:AE382").Select Selection.Interior.ColorIndex = xlNone Selection.Font.ColorIndex = 0 Selection.Font.Bold = True Selection.Font.Bold = False Range("A3").Select Dim myRow As Long Dim myValue As String
I keep getting this run time error when ever i edit cell on the worksheet that contains the following code. The italicized line is the culprit according tp the debug feature:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Address = "I10" And Target.Value "O5:O9" Then ActiveSheet.Unprotect ("password") Rows("29:46").EntireRow.Hidden = True Select Case Target.Value Case "DEALER1" Rows("29:32").EntireRow.Hidden = False Case "VENDOR" Rows("29:39").EntireRow.Hidden = False Case "LQ" Rows("29:39").EntireRow.Hidden = False Case "78620" Rows("29:46").EntireRow.Hidden = False Case Else Rows("29:46").EntireRow.Hidden = True ActiveSheet.Protect ("password") End Select End If End Sub
I can't understand why I am getting the above message on the code below. I have used it before in other spreadsheets with the same type of data.
Basically the macro should trim the data and get rid of any numbers at the start of the data (the data sometime has just a name other times it has a number then a name). In this case the data has 154 before the name. I am getting the above message on the section in Bold. As l is a string I would have though it could take both text and numbers. I have also tried it with Variant as the type and got the same result. I also dont't undertand why the error happens at this point rather than when Ls value is first determined.
Dim lastrowdatab, i As Long Dim j, l As String
lastrowdatab = Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row For i = 4 To lastrowdatab j = WorksheetFunction.Trim(Cells(i, 29)) Cells(i, 29).Value = WorksheetFunction.Proper(j)
I'm using this code to automatically change the format in column B and C depending on the currency selected in the corresponding cell in column A. USD, STERLING and EURO are custom styles I have created.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Column = 1 Then If Target.Value = "USD" Then Target.Offset(0, 1).Style = "USD" If Target.Value = "USD" Then Target.Offset(0, 2).Style = "USD" If Target.Value = "STERLING" Then Target.Offset(0, 1).Style = "STERLING" If Target.Value = "STERLING" Then Target.Offset(0, 2).Style = "STERLING" If Target.Value = "EURO" Then Target.Offset(0, 1).Style = "EURO" End If If Target.Value = "EURO" Then Target.Offset(0, 2).Style = "EURO" End If
I assume there is a better way to write this code but I can't do any coding, just copied it from the help I received Automatically change currency format.
Anyway, when editing more than one cell in column A, for example selecting two cells and pressing delete, I get the following error:
Runtime error nr 13: Type mismatch
(I think that is the correct translation from Swedish: "Körfel nr 13: Inkompatibla typer")
if there is any thing need to corrected please let me know i have read rules and tried to comply all
here is my question
I m receiving runt time error 13 type mismatch and could not resolve it till now. if some body can look into it and kindkly give some suggestions
Sub LineHours_Calc() Dim itms As Integer Dim qnty As Integer Dim upt As Integer Dim get1 As Integer Dim get2 As Integer Dim get3 As Integer Dim get4 As Integer Dim chg1 As Integer Dim chg2 As Integer Dim co As Integer Dim lhc1 As Integer Dim itm As Integer
error is in 3rd line in the inner for loop i pasted the line here as well (qnty = WorksheetFunction.Index(Range("board!$B$3:board!$DZ$500"), get1, get2)
I am getting a mismatch error on arrow pointed below. whenever a entered is then deleted in the cells i.e. H50 and H51. I've included the workbook here just in case. Is there a way to ignore error message so that it does not to show up??
Needs to automatically check user-entered values in column F. If the value is greater than 0, it needs to multiply that value by -1. If the value is negative, or the cell is empty, it needs to do nothing.
I keep getting runtime errors about type mismatch.
Please look at my workbook and tell me where I'm going wrong.