I have a notepad file that contains data. We need to convert the notepad file into excel and then segregate the data after conversion. Segregation point would be the point where in we can find keyword “Summary”. We need to create a macro that finds the occurrence of summary keyword. Then from the beginning till that summary point cut the entire data and paste in other worksheet. Name the worksheet as “Receivables” or “Payables” or “Fee Payable” depending what type of data that summary contains.
After creating different worksheets we need to format the worksheet in specific format.
For example: I have attached the “Recon1” XL file attached. Under Recon1 – “RECEIVABLES 1” contains the as is data converted from notepad. Later we need to modify the same data using macro as specified in “RECEIVABLES 2” and then as per the format available in “RECEIVABLES 3”.
Tips & Toes Nail Salon 9430 W 191st Mokena Illinois 60448 (708) 478-7420
I need the above data to be replaced (TEXT File) in the below BLUE highlighted areas
Business Name Address 1 City, State Zip < website details will be placed> Business Name Address 1 City, State Zip Phone < website details will be placed> < website details will be placed> Business Name < website details will be placed> City < website details will be placed>
The final output should be creation of 10 TEXT (.txt) files as per the record count in CSV file in the above Text Format.
I am trying to import a file from a notepad to excel. I am trying to copy and paste in to excel. When I paste, all the info is in the same cell, although it looks that there is tabs between columns. Is there a way for me import those numbers into a spread sheet in different columns?......
I have created a macro that auto generates SQL code based on user input from a worksheet. The SQL script is written to a text file. I would just like to visually open the text file with notepad when the macro is finished executing.
Converting excel files into fully functional standalone and interactive web applications/dashboards? I have only worked with spreadhseetconverter before it converts excel files into interactive calculators but lacks the features which are available in the standard dashboards like gauges and widgets and the rest because it only converts the standard excel charts. I wonder if you have encountered a product which can converts excel files into fully functional interactive dashboards?
Every day I create many Excel reports that I manually save as PDFs for distribution to my stakeholders. I'd like to automate this process using a macro. I've seen the following code online and have attempted to use it, but receive an error in the Dim MyPDF line of code indicating that the user-defined type is not defined.
I'm using Excel 2003 and Acrobat Distiller 8. I have no problem creating PDFs manually
Code: Sub Create_PDF() Dim tempPDFFileName As String Dim tempPSFileName As String Dim tempPDFRawFileName As String
I am having a challenge at work. We have a client that emailed us an PDF file with addresses. There are over 200 pages and each page has 30 addresses (3 coloumns and 10 rows). When I try to copy and paste the addresses into excel, the addresses are all next to eachother and are pasted into excel as you would see an address on an envelope. But I need the parts of each address in a seperate column.
For example column 1: name of company; column 2: name of recipient; column 3: address, column 4: city; column 5: state; column 6: zip
I want to put an Excel workbook to pdf format and print it out at the click of a button located in the book. However, when I try to record the macro to get a feel for how to control pdf with Excel, I get a pdf file but no printout and no code to veiw!
In my spreadsheet, a series of macros calls an external program/application three times.
Each time the program finishes, it (and not Excel, as I formerly thought) opens a resource (*.res) file in Notepad, which of course goes into the taskbar. Since I need to run the spreadsheet seven or eight times in a row, the taskbar can get cluttered quickly.
The program opens three different instances of the same filename: iroutine.res.
Is there a way to get Excel to close these Notepad files (if it's simpler to do, it can kill all instances of Notepad) when it finishes running its routines?
I want to know if it is possible to launch a blank notepad from an existing excel spreadsheet and then type relevant "history notes" into notepad and save.
I am creating a manual spreadsheet for the company I am working for which is being used for Maintenance Planning / Scheduling and creating of work orders. Once the work order has been raised and the job has been completed it then needs to be closed out on the spreadsheet and any relevant notes entered in. I am hoping to be able to have a link that opens notepad by the click of a button within the spreadsheet and it allows the user to record any notes against that work order and save. These notes can then viewed by future users.
I need a VBA code to create a Text file which should be in the form of DML (my scenario is to get Insert Statements for the Data available in the Excel) from Excel Sheet. And this has to be done by assigning a macro to command button where by clicking on it the DML text file should be generated. Even the syntax for the scenario will do.
I have problems copying data (from notepad, values are in scientific notation) into Excel 2010 worksheet. This problem only occurs with one of my laptops. I also tried this on my partner's laptop and no problem at all.
My new laptop (which I would like to use in the lab) has Windows 7 professional installed on it. I bought my laptop in Austria/Germany, so I changed the language from German to English. I then installed Microsoft Office 2010 on my laptop (which I am also using on my main laptop- without any issues). I have changed my default language to English UK.
The issue is as follows: Here is a small sample of the data from notepad
I select & copy the data from the notepad (also tried notepad++) and paste it into the Excel 2010 worksheet. This is what I get in Excel: 3.33E+02 1.51E+02 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 4.97E+04 3.85E+02 6.24E+05 1.81E+08
When I use another spreadsheet package (MagicPlot Student version), there are no problems. I have also installed Notepad++ and experience the same issue. So somehow Excel is increasing the value by 5 orders of magnitude. When I copy the values from another Excel sheet into a new Excel sheet, there are no problems. I have re-installed the Microsoft Office suite several times and the problem is still there. I can't re-install Windows 7 as I don't have the installation discs.
I want macro which export each excel column to new text file. The data in excel file is number. The column has only 5 rows that means each new text file should contain five lines of one column. It looks simple but couldn't manage to do macro for it. I have very big data set in one excel file, and have to be splitted into text files. The file name in new text files can be any kind as long as it can be in some sort of order for each export.
how to word it but if someone understands then please help. I have two excel data files namely Book1.xls & Book2.xls. Both files have different data in it. Both files contain macros. When these macros run the files become **FINALIZED** version.
Originally, I get the above files in my email as txt. attachments. I then move these two txt files to my desktop in a folder called Folder-1. Then I open these files as an Excel and save them.
Basically, I need to know if two txt files are sitting in a folder-1 on my desktop. What can I do or what can I clik that....those two text files get converted into excel automatically, including running that macro I talked about in the above paragrah.
To put it differently, if I have two txt files Book1.txt, Book2.txt in a folder, how can I automatically create an excel **FINALIZED**version which sits right next to their txt version.
VBA coding for automatically saving an excel file as another file using the current date as part of the file name together with "32ga" as a constant add-in. I also what this macro to run at a particular time of the day let say 00:20hrs. The excel file i want to save as is always open . It has data that changes every 24-hrs.
I have a spreadsheet with thousands of lines of code. Each row contains a complete code that needs to either be converted/pasted to a new .txt or .xml. Until now, just copying and pasting each line into a .txt file was necessary but there has to be a way to automate this. I would love to know if it's possible to extract each row(technically it is only a single cell per row, so its just a really large single cell) and add it to a .txt or .xml file?
>I am trying to convert a Lotus file over to Excel, and am having some trouble >converting an error handling dget function. > >=IF(ISERR(DGET(Databaseread,"Name","GROUP >ID"=GroupNumber)),VLOOKUP(GroupNumber,Databaseread,4,FALSE),DGET(Databaseread,"NAME","GROUP ID"=GroupNumber)) > >This is the function that was used in Lotus; it returns the name of a >company by looking at the ID number. I need to keep it as pure as possible to >the Lotus file. ....
Lotus 123's @DGET (and other database functions) are much more sophisticated than Excel's counterpart functions. 123's can use criteria expressions in the function calls. Excel's require criteria ranges.
In this particular case, there's no need to use DGET at all. There's a single criterion term, so VLOOKUP is sufficient. If the "Name" column were the 4th column in Databaseread, then try
Explanation: it appears you're just trying to find a particular group number. DGET (and @DGET in 123) returns an error if there's more than one entry. VLOOKUP returns the first matching entry. You're formula makes it clear you want either the only matching entry or the first matching entry. However, when there's only one matching entry it's also the first matching entry, so VLOOKUP alone would have returned the desired result.
I suspect you have other formulas that are more complicated, but you believed the formula above would be a reasonable sample to provide. Not so. If you have more complicated D-function calls, show them, not the simple ones.
convert all spreadsheet in a workbook to one pdf file. I use PrimoPDF to convert, then I only convert 1 sheet to PDF even that I have select all sheets. My be it is a better PDF converter for free you use or other ways to do it.