to copy column C and D, from row 3 to the end, from sheet2,in sheet1, column A and B, starting with row 2 and after that I need to create a border to the copied values and I need to create a border to the empty cell from column C.
I want to create a macro button that can create copy, insert, paste and rename the new sheet in next month's name, like if the active sheet's name is January, I want to copy the whole sheet of January, insert new sheet, paste the new sheet and rename the new sheet to next month like February?
Also rename the new sheet (February) cell B3 the same as new sheet's name (February)
So if month of February is near end, the macro button in February will create the same way as Jan did which means the next sheet will be named March and so on.
I have a workbook with a hidden sheet ("Template") and a visible sheet("New Job"). I need code so when cell F1 in "New Job" is populated:
1-the sheet is renamed to the value of F1, 2-a new tab is made (a carbon copy of the hidden sheet "Template") 3-the new tab is named "New Tab" and marked as unhidden.
Public Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) ActiveSheet.Name = Range("F1").Value End Sub
Function WorksheetExists(SheetName As String, _ Optional WhichBook As Workbook) As Boolean Dim WB As Workbook Set WB = IIf(WhichBook Is Nothing, ThisWorkbook, WhichBook) On Error Resume Next WorksheetExists = CBool(Len(WB.Worksheets(SheetName).Name) > 0) End Function..................
I have about 100 products and each has its own sheet that I fill with data. Once I have finished with a sheet I rename it and create a copy and then hide the original and delete the entered data from before and start over.
Is there a way I can make it so when I hide a sheet it will automatically create a copy and delete a specific range?
I have a sheet that I want to have a double line border around the outside. Thats easy if there were a set number of rows but in my sheet the number of rows will depend on the size of the rows because of the different amount of information in each cell. So how do I make it print a border around the entire sheet no matter how many rows are in the sheet??
I want to create a loop, that copies the cell B11 from each sheet, and creates a new sheet called "Average". In this sheet I want it to add sheetname in column A, and in column B the value fetched from that sheet..
EXAMPLE: Complete Sheet called "Day1". When day1 is complete you click on button and it then copies itself and creates and renames new sheet to "Day2", then when "Day2" is complete you click on button and it then copies itself and creates and renames new sheet to "Day3", and so on and so forth to "Day30".
The following URL has a great solution to this problem, I was unsuccessful in implementing it. Excel VBA: Create Worksheets for Each Item in an Excel Table of Data
Need A macro to copy a pre-set sheet, we can call it a "template sheet", for each name in a pre-set range, a list. This list will have empty cells and names from F9 to F190. For each name i need it to copy the template sheet and place the sheet name within the new sheet. Should a user delete a sheet, activating the macro again should re-create the missing sheet and not just crash (was told there could be an issue).
I am trying to create a copy of the sheet "template" using a list of department numbers from the sheet "list". The following code works sometime but other times it stops without copying a sheet for all the names in the list.
Sub CreateNewSheets() Dim NewSht As Worksheet, Crow As Integer, NewName As String Dim c As Range, wks As Worksheet, TempName As String, BaseName As String
Application. ScreenUpdating = False
Set wks = Sheets("List") 'list of department numbers to be copied for a sheet.
Hi. Does anyone know a formula to copy a selected range of cells on sheet one to a range on sheet three when a check box in checked. Ex. copy range a4:j4 on sheet one into a4:j4 on sheet three once the check box for on sheet one is checked?
This macro below is meant to search a sheet for a user selected value, select the entire row and copy it into a new sheet that has been created under the name of the user selected value. It will create said sheet, but isnt finding the value and/or copying the active cell row. Im not getting any errors so it has no issue with the coding itself, it just doesnt work, have i missed something obvious again?
I was given a spread sheet that prepares a file for export to some ones system. The macro in the spread sheet wouldn't run as I'm using excel 2013 which when you open a new work book it only opens sheet 1 and there was a bit in the macro that wanted to send information to sheet 2 which wasn't there. I added a bit of code which created sheet 2 and hey presto it worked fine. I made the mistake of telling the people who supplied the original workbook to me what I had done so that they could pass the modified sheet on to other users in case they had the same problem.
Now I've been asked if I could do a bit more work to the existing macro so that instead of the new workbook just being called Book 1 could I add a name and date to the new workbook being created.
I've had a look at the original code and it looks like it would be quicker to start from scratch as I cant follow the original code.
The existing workbook has 3 sheets, I want to copy sheet2 to the new workbook. I want to name the new workbook as "a fixed name" with the "time and date " .xlsx
I have just inherited an Excel spreadhseet that displays job titles and what types of documents each one should be trained on. What I am trying to achieve is a formula, or something to that sort, that will look at each job individually and tell me only those documents that they need to be trained on and list it on a seperate sheet.
If you look at the attached document you will see that the first 2 columns contain a document number and description. Across the top you see each of our job descriptions. In the middle you see an X that indicates that person should be trained on that document.
So once more, I would like to take each Job Description (seperately) and list only the documents that have an "x" in their column on another sheet. I already have the sheets created, I just need to know if there is some kind of formula or macro that can do this for me.
I have a named range within a sheet. It was pulled across when i performed a move/copy - create copy from another workbook. The name contains characters that cannot be displayed or recognised and so they are displayed as square symbols. This causes me an issue as i cannot delete the name. Even if i paste the list names, i cannot copy/paste the name as the characters are not recognised. I also tried using a macro to delete all names, which did delete all names, with the exception of this one. The VB code used was :
After using Copy/Pastespecial in my macro, when it completes I have the flashing border around the range that was copied, (like you do when you do it manually). What line of code do I need in my macro to make this go away?
I am trying to have a border drawn around a group of cells. This group of cells changes per list I make, but only the height changes. The width is always the same (from column A to column J) and the top is always at row 5. Only the last row changes. How can a border be drawn around this group of cells no matter the size of the group of cells? Below is the macro I have written so far.
I need to copy the Selected Sheet (Sheet name will be different each month) on a spreadsheet and paste the copy to the left of the selected Sheet. Then I need to copy and paste values the entire sheet of the sheet that the copy was made from (the one on the right). I am very new to macros, and I tried recording and manually editing the macro with no success. The number of sheets will be different always as I will be adding this to different workbooks and also because new sheets may be added to any workbook at any time. I attached my code that I came up with, as I am not familiar with code enought to "[code]" my code.
For my university coursework I've created a comprehensive building cost model but I'm struggling with one aspect, copying the plotted ground floor footprint to enable floor finishes to be selected. A user can plot shapes in a 50x50 grid (B2:AY51). The shapes are displayed using conditional formatting. All shapes are conditionally formatted red, i.e. colour index 3. I wish to place a border around the plotted shapes, so that I can then copy the outline to a new tab. e.g. Range B2:AY51, If cell conditonally formatted red then place borders to the sides of the that cell that share a boundary with a non-conditonally formatted red cell.
Is it possible to modify the attached code so that it will copy bold text and border as shown in attachment sample1 and paste in sheet Shop. Currently the code just copy's and pastes without bold text and borders.