Copy And Paste Entire Worksheet Including Form Controls?
Dec 4, 2013
I need to make several exact duplicates of an existing worksheet which includes several form controls. Basic Copy/ Paste the worksheet works well but row heights are different and hidden rows are unhidden. Is there a way to make an EXACT duplicate ?
I need to copy my worskheet multiple times to create about 10 of the same worksheets within a workbook. I know if you click in the very most top left hand corner of the worksheet, then click copy, go to the new worksheet and click paste, it copies the whole page, but it does not copy over the VBA Code.
Also, for some reason, it does copy over my macro buttons, but does not put some of them in the right spot?
I want to run a macro that looks thru column F of all my worksheets (in my entire workbook).
If it finds an x then I want it to copy that entire row and paste it into a worksheet called "old" or a new worksheet or a new document in word (it doesn't matter - just whatever is easiest for my little brain to understand).
I should end up with about 40 rows of data in the new sheet. (I have some code that looks thru it all and colors the cell blue but I just don't know how to get it to copy and paste the entire row into a new worksheet.)
Sub Test() For Each Cell In Sheets(1).Range("J:J") If Cell.Value = "131125" Then
This works great except that it pastes formulas. I would like to paste values only. I've tried " PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks _ :=False, Transpose:=False" and it gives me an error.
I have a worksheet with lots of things going on... the end user needs access to the Name field, DOB field, all the scroll and form control option buttons in the 9-question sheet, and the macro-enabled reset button at the bottom. Formulas are sprinkled throughout the worksheet, in columns T through AC... option button links go to AA and AB.
I would like to protect the entire sheet so none of the fields, except where indicated above, could be selected or edited... but when I protect the sheet, I get errors when trying to use you form controls, and the formulas do not respond. And finally, when protected, I get a debug error on the reset macro.
The source data is collected using drop-down menus. In moving the data from one workbook to another, the drop-down lists are carried over into the destination cells. I have used both: paste special "values" and paste special "valuesandnumber formats". The code in the else statement produces the same result as the 2 step process above it.
I'm trying to create a very simple order form. It's been a while since I've done this in Excel, and I couldn't find an answer when I searched. (I may be a lousy searcher, though.)
I want the user to enter a quantity in Column E of the "Common Items" worksheet, and have all the rows with quantities copied to the "Order" worksheet. (On the "Order" copy below, I just did a copy/paste to show the desired effect.)
I need a code that will search column A over multiple sheets for a user specified value through an input box. I then need this code to copy and paste the entire row to a new workbook titled "Batch Report" Anyone have any ideas? I have a code that will copy and paste only a few rows but no where near all of them, and I cant figure out why.
Each Worksheet has a unique identifying label - "Requirement Number"
Within each worksheet is free form text data of the following categories:
Requirement: 10358 Title: Customer requirement 1 Text: This describes the requirements for a product for the customer[code].....
The text of the categories may begin in column A or B
What I need is a macro that will search each worksheet for a category, e.g., "Configuration:", copy the row where the keyword "Configuration" is found, and then have that row transposed and pasted to another WorkSheet (e.g., "Extracted Data") cell.
Data extracted from the next Worksheet would begin a new row in "Extracted Data"
Example: Requirement1 Title Text Verification Method-Level ... Requirement2 Title Text Verification Method-Level ... Requirement3 Title Text Verification Method-Level ...
The Requirement# is best extracted from the WorkSheet tab since some of the worksheets are missing this information. I can provide an example spreadsheet, however, I was not able to figure out how do that in this post.
I found a thread similar to this problem:
find and copy row
However, it only finds, copies and pastes for one keyword.
My macro's function is to paste the workdays of an entire month in a specific row of a worksheet. Everything seems to work except using a number to reference the column in which to store the values. I've searched the web for over an hour and found two "solutions":
1. write a function to convert column number to a letter 2. utilize Cells object
#2 seemed more efficient but the function is giving me the error: "Runtime Error: '1004': Method of 'Range' of object "_Worksheet' Failed"
Is there a way of copying an entire sheet, but pasting only the cells that don't contain an equation?
I have a number of populated templates that need to be copied into a master document, both formatted and laid out the same. However, I have some instances where the templates have been fiddled around with so the formulas have been corrupted. So, I'd like to pick up the raw data without the corrupted equations.
I have an Excel worksheet with potentially 1000+ rows of data.
Create a way where I select something (a macro button ?) for that individual row of Worksheet1 -- and it takes selected cell data from that row and inserts it into specified cells in another worksheet (Worksheet2) within that same workbook.
Also, this Excel data (of Worksheet1) will be sorted every week - so the ?macro button? that is used needs to follow the same row when a sort is performed.
I can do this by creating a macro button, but would have to create an individual macro button for every individual row of data. (That's 1000+ macro buttons to create !?!)
Is there better way of doing this with a macro button OR is there a completely different/better way to accomplish the same thing ?
I have a file that has simple stats for multiple days. At the end of each day is a "Summary" line. I can't figure out how to find the lines that have the word Summary in them and copy all the values in that line to another sheet. I've made a mock up of my data. I have minimal experience with Macros, but am learning quickly.
I have a form that adds and edits data on a sheet. I would like the user to be able to select any row of that data and then a macro copies the data from column A for example (ID1234). Launch my form (FmAddTask) and then paste it into the combocbox (idlookup).
Hence enabling immediate editing of that row of data via the form.
I've been tackling this data capture/paste issue for a week or so. I found the string below which does provide a good foundation for my challenge. But, my basic level of understanding macros limits my modifications to meet my needs.
I have 20 worksheets in my master file corresponding to Excel files individual associates will update weekly. After the associates have updated their individual files for the week, I want to capture the data entered and paste values into a master file containing a worksheet for each associate (sharing the same name as the individual associate file). All of these files are housed on team SharePoint sites.
I need a macro to perform several steps after clicking a "Run Update" macro button in the master file: Open individual associate fileIn master file, search for each Initiative listed in column B (starting cell B3) in the individual associate file (in column B starting at cell B11)If Initiative is found in individual associate file, copy adjacent data in columns D:J for the respective rowIn master file, paste values to the corresponding Initiative row for the corresponding week's worth of dataIf Initiative is not found in the individual associate file, move to the next Initiative listed in the master fileRepeat these steps for each individual associate file
Linking would be the easiest way to accomplish this if I wanted to have a multitude of weekly individual files for the associates. However, I'd rather each associate have one file for them to update (basically overwriting their previous week's entries).
I need to ensure the paste values corresponds to the appropriate day of the week. In simpler terms, if the date in the individual associate file in cell D9 reads Oct 1, 2012, the data captured from that row needs to be pasted to the corresponding row/column in the master file that reads the same date.
I have two linked ComboBoxes on a form. There are 10 Textboxes populated by ComboBox2’s choice. These controls are situated on two frame controls which are used for visual groupings only. I would like to clear everything except Combo1 when Combo1’s value is changed. ( Combo1 is a filtered key list using the dictionary. Script code)
I’ve written a small sub that is called to clear the textboxes, but its not reliable every time. It seems that if the scroll bar is used, and the user chooses Combo1 choice “NUTS/SEEDS”, the boxes aren’t cleared. In fact it will show the “Walnuts” info in Combo2.