I have a Workbook which I'm trying to apply the following VBA to (the moment Sheet11 is opened):
If Sheets("Sheet11").Range("B8:B372")=Sheets("Sheet8").Range("F1") - Dates Sheets("Sheet8").Range("L24").Copy - Numbers Sheets("Sheet11").Range("B8:B372").PasteSpecial PasteValues.Offset(0,1) (paste into relevant cell in Column C) Else, 0
I would then like the relevant cell in Column D to be activated. IE: Offset(0,2) so the user can then enter their relevant data - more numbers.
I have some numbers in a column that I need to copy 12 times (each one) into another column. The problem is that I got like 200 records that will be converted in 15000 aprox. I've uploaded an example of what I need,
What I am looking for is once I select the worksheet I want copied, I only want the cell values pasted in the new worksheet. In addition, the worksheet should have no cell formats of any kind. I highlighted a part of the code in red where I think the new code should go, but I am not sure.
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Sub CopySheet() Dim sh As String, nm As String sh = InputBox("Enter the name of the worksheet you want to copy.") If sh = "" Then Exit Sub
I am trying to copy a range from one sheet and paste in another sheet via VBA.
Sheets("RECAP CURRENT YEAR").Select Range("E:E").Copy Sheets("FORECAST").Activate ActiveSheet.Paste Destination:=Range("IV1").End(xlToLeft).Offset(0, 1) Range("A1").Select Column E has formulas (=SumB3:D3) nothing more then that. I get a #REF after the paste into the FORCAST sheet.
I would like to Paste Values and Formats.
I tried changing the code to this, with different variations:
Currently, my code involves making a connection to a db then run queries. Results from the queries goes to recordset & from the recordset copy to specified range in excel worksheet. I am trying to do an automation process.
The problem is that once the record is pasted in excel worksheet, the date column is not being recognised as date therefore excel function (vlookup) is not giving me the results in my report.
When i do a manual PasteSpecail as CSV into the worksheet from the query result, my report gets populated with data which is correct.
i've tried doing a pastespecial format:="CSV" but it doesnt work.
Is there any codes that i can use to copy from the recordset as a CSV format pastespecial??
the code below keeps coming up with the "fields are not the same size do you still want to paste" message when I do the pastespecial command - how can I force it to ignore all messages/force the paste? I am running this via an automation script and would prefer not to have a check to click "ok" each time I do this - as all my other pastes don't have this issue
Set objCB= CreateObject("Mercury.Clipboard") Set objSheet = oEngine.Sheets.Item("vw_Client_RegulatoryDesignation") With objSheet Visible = True '.Paste End with wait(5) objSheet.PasteSpecial Paste =xlValues objCB.Clear
I wrote the following macro to copy some values from a master workbook to a new one. It works superb on my small test sheet but once I try to implement this on my big mastersheet I only get the "Pastespecial of range class failed" on the second pastespecial operation. Why does it work on my small test sheet and not my big master sheet?
Sub ReportGenerator() Dim NewWorkbookFileName As String NewWorkbookFileName = ActiveSheet.Name & " report" & " as of " & ThisWorkbook.BuiltinDocumentProperties("Last Save Time") 'Debug.Print NewWorkbookFileName Cells.Select Selection.SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).Select Application.CutCopyMode = False Selection.Copy Workbooks.Add xlWBATWorksheet Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteColumnWidths, Operation:=xlNone, _ SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteFormats, Operation:=xlNone, _ SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:= _ xlNone, SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False Application.CutCopyMode = False Range("a1").Select Application.GetSaveAsFilename (NewWorkbookFileName) End Sub
The macro is timing out on the ActiveSheet.Paste entry...The funny thing is that a number of us can get the macro to work and several of us are getting this error...I am thinking that it is a setting in excel that is causing this...
I have written some code to move data from one sheet to another. Since the from sheet has formulas, I use the PasteSpecial command. I have used code like this for years, and all the sudden, this starts breaking. And, here is the fun part, I run the code and it works sometimes. I never know when it will fail. It is so random. This is killing me. I have tried to create objRange object and assign them and it works sometime and fails others. Also, I tried adding the line Worksheets("Daily Dashboard"). Range ("C72").Select before the first PasteSpecial as to select the cell first before pasting. Then I get the "Select method of range class failed". Lastly, I tried copying the code from behind a worksheet into a new module. The code is triggered by a button on the first worksheet. Still fails.
I have a problem with the next code and i don't know how can i solve it... i have a workbook with 8 columns and variable rows per day... This workbook has 2 sheets. What I want to do is find in the first sheet all the rows that in column E have the number 570 or 640, and after this, choose some of the columns and copy them in another sheet repeating this all the time until the last row... and copying in the next row of the other sheet, starting in the 20th...
LastRow = Range("A65536").End(xlUp).Row Dim i As Integer, j As Integer For i = 2 To LastRow Step 1 If Cells(i, 5) = 570 Or Cells(i, 5) = 640 Then For j = 20 To 26 Cells(i, 2).Copy Destination:=Sheets("Final").Cells(j, 1) Cells(i, 4).Copy Destination:=Sheets("Final").Cells(j, 2) Range(Cells(i, 6), Cells(i, 8)).Copy Destination:=Sheets("Final").Cells(j, 3) Next j End If Next i
I have a pretty simple macro that I recorded and attached to a button. The macro is: Sub Paste_Data()
Cells.Select Selection.ClearContents ActiveSheet.PasteSpecial Format:="Text", Link:=False, DisplayAsIcon:= _ False Range("A3").Select End Sub
The user opens the file that contains this macro, then runs a report from a website that dumps into an excel file. They copy the data from the Book1 output, then click the button to paste it into the template. If done this way, it works fine.
However, if they run the report and get Book1 THEN open the file containing the macro, they get a run-time error 'PasteSpecial method of Worksheet class failed' on the 'ActiveSheet.PasteSpecial... line
What I'm trying to do is open a closed workbook from an active one, then go through a range looking for cells that has a different value than "noone", and copy the rows that does have something else than "noone" into the first worksheet.
What I've got so far is:
Code: Private Sub CmdHent_Click() Dim vikar As Range vikar = Range(I12, I42)
Application.Workbooks.Open Filename:="C:Documents and SettingsoybMine dokumenterook1.xlsm" Windows("book1.xlsm").Activate Sheets("Sheet1").Select
The formula attached here is in cell J4. I pulled this formula down to J26. Then copy J4:J26 and paste to M2:M26, P2:P26, until CG2:CG26. I need 26 times to paste to the range. There are even 4 columns distance between two pasting range.
How can write a For Loop to copy and paste to these ranges?
I'm trying to find a certain word in a range in a sheet and then copy all the data from the same row into another sheet. It needs to loop so that all occurrences of the word are found and the data copied. Below is the code i have tried to use. It doesn't fall over but it doesn't work either!
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Dim Class As Range Dim Cell As Range On Error Resume Next VBA: Set Class = Selection.SpecialCells(xlConstants, xlTextValues) For Each Cell In Class If Cell.Value = "Math" Then Cell.EntireRow.Copy '1 Sheets("Sheet 3").Range("B2").PasteSpecial '2 Application.CutCopyMode = False......................
I am using the following code and I'm getting a Run-time error '1004' error. When I reconstruct the macro one line at a time and run the macro between adding each new line - no error. After reconstructing the macro in its entirety, I can run it once with no error. However, if I try to run it again immediately after that, I get the error and I keep getting the error every time I run it from there on. I dont understand how it can work once and then stop working. Here is the full
Sub MoveToRoster() ActiveSheet. Unprotect Dim item As Long Dim myString1 As String Dim myString2 As String Dim myString3 As String item = InputBox("Please Confirm The Row Number Of The Child To Be Moved To The Roster.") myString1 = "c" & item & ":e" & item myString2 = "g" & item & ":n" & item myString3 = "c" & item & ":e" & item & ",g" & item & ":p" & item ..........................