I have is that the code does call the spell-check up and it goes through the motions.
However, when you perform this manually (as in from the toolbar), the spell-check accepts the items as you put in the text bar at the top if you change it.
When doing it via the VBA macro code, it will not accept the user amended-suggestions unless you highlight the (top) text bar area/row/cell to get it to accept some things - otherwise it just accepts the suggestion the checker gives n the section below - not the text you have amended.
I have a set of text boxes in my sheet. I was wondering if there is a way to perform a spell check on the textboxes only (not the cells in the worksheet). I have tried searching the code on the forum, found some which are using 'MSForms.TextBox', dont know why I am getting error.
We're setting up a test for candidates in an Excel 2010 workbook and want to get a sense of their native ability to spell. We'd like to disable spell check for the entire workbook. I've looked in Options>Proofing, even tried removing the dictionary, but haven't found a way to completely disable spell check from working. Is it possible to achieve? We'd settle for being able to disable spelling within a textbox.
I have an excel document that has one columb (I) of cells that changes color depending on a specific date (columb h) . The cells that have conditional formating to change the row color based on where it is ( =MOD(ROW(),2)=1), stays blank and the proper color until columb A is filled in. The others show up red. How would I code/format the lines that aren't included in the conditional formating to always show white when no value is entered in columb a.
how to use the conditional format tool, but now the company i designed the spreadsheet for, wants me to implement a change. I'm attacking a copy of the spreadsheet so you can see the problem more easily. Now what I've been asked todo is the following.
1. When the stock quantity (Column H) goes below the re-order level (Column K), they want the entire row to change font colour from blue to red. Now I know how i can change the colour of one cell, like ive done in the example, but I'm not sure how to change the entire row colour. If this can be done with conditioning formating then great, but if not then i'm stuck, and relying on your generosity in helping me out.
I have a large X-Y-axis table with about 200 entries in it. There are 6 different entries possible. I now want to give each possible entry in this table a color for making it easier to read.
I could write a formula in conditional formating, so that it works for 3 colors. The problem is now that i can make this only for 3 different colors in conditional formating of excel. Is there a possibility for making this for 6 colors?
I am having many difficulties getting conditional formatting using the match function to work correctly in my excel document.
What I would like to accomplish is as follows in the 3Q09 tab. If a subdivision name is found in C-62 through C-70 and a match is found for the subdivision name in AB-24 to AB-66 I would like it so the AB-24 to AB-66 Subdivision name is bolded for every match. I removed the function formulas from the 3q09 tab I used to have since they didnt work and I do not want to confuse anyone.
This is correctly done on the "Working Correctly" Tab included in the same file, so please view this for clarification if you need it. Why it works on one tab and not the other simply baffles me.
I looked around the forum for a answer but none are quite the same. AA2 contains a date. AN2 contains a Pass or Fail based on =IF(AH4<60,"FAIL",IF(AJ4<60,"FAIL",IF(AL4<60,"FAIL","PASS"))).
Now even if those above fields are empty and no date is in AA2 "PASS" still shows up in AN2. I used =$AA$5="" to make AN2 turn white if AA2 had no date in it. I am unable to copy the formatting along the rest of the AN column without it all refering to just AA2. Is there a way to make it copy and correct the formating like it does with formulas? I had planned to due the same thing with the AO column that contains "DUE" if the person has not taken a test in 180 days. =IF(AA2<=(TODAY()-180),"DUE",IF(AA2<=(TODAY()-150),"CLOSE",IF(AN2="FAIL","RETEST","")))
I have a table I use visually, and I put it in a spreadsheet. Instead of finding a table value based on row and column label decisions, I use it as follows. I decide the row by matching exactly the height, h = 8 ft. In that row, I match the next larger value of 10 kips, in this case the value is 12.72; I then pick the column header label, in this case the value is 4 x 8.
I don't know how to make"B8:L8" equivalent to "B"&3+row : "L"&3+row in the 2nd Match formula?
I have a worksheet that I would like to color a range of cell within a row whenever the value of a certain cell in that row changes. For example, if cell A3 have a value of East that row color will be Blue with white fonts, if value is West the row color will be Green with Black fonts, if value is North the row color will be Red with Yellow fonts. This should apply to any row whenever the value is Column A is changed.
I have three attendance columns M:O which will contain the number of viisits per month. I am averaging these columns in column P. I am using the following formula to calculate the averages of three columns using Windows XP and Excel 2003.
The formula works fine as I initially started to remove the error message from the zero values. My problem started when I created a conditional format to color the entire row yellow, based upon the formula in column A