I am doing the aged old problem of copying data from one sheet to the next vailable empty column on another sheet, this is done and is working fine. I need to adjust a single line of code so that it copies the value of the cell rather than the formula (so the same as paste special, value).
I am currently working on a data analysis project (data mining) and need to collect and later analyze statistics for the inputs which control a series of calculations. These statistics are shown in the Statistics 1, Statistics 2 and Statistics 3 cells in the workbook that I attached. The inputs are X,Y; all possible values for these inputs are listed in the N,O columns. Basically I need a macro which would take the values from these two columns and place them pair after pair into the controlling cells (K3, L3), then it would copy cells H2 through L3 (updated stats) to a new sheet after each copy operation - so that I will finally have a list of statistics for all of the input pairs.
I need the macro to look at cells B9:B84 on the Sheet1 tab of the Cost Template. If it finds an x I need it to copy the 3 cells to the right of the x and paste them in a template. For example if it sees an x in cell B9 it would copy cells C9, D9 and E9, open the Purchase Order to the Detail tab, then paste it to cells B3, C3 and D3. It would continue looking for an x down to B84. So if it found 5 cells with x, it would give me 5 instances of the Purchase Order with 3 cells pasted into each.
I've attached my Cost Template and the Purchase Order it needs to copy to. In the Cost Template is a macro called Create_PO. This is what I was trying to alter to make this happen. I can't seem to get it right! FYI in case it matters, I had to change the Cost Template from .xltm to .xlsm in order to upload it on this site.
I have a macro that inserts a formula on the first row and then copies it down. The problem is the row count is variable but I know it won't exceed 5000 so I just copy it down 5000. For the blank rows I get the ugly #NAME, #VALUE, etc errors.
I know there are ways to supress those error messages, but how about a way so that the macro checks to see how many rows are populated so it doesn't copy down on the blank rows.
I would like to copy a formula in a cell and then paste only the text of the formula, but I can't figure it out. Basically, I would like to avoid going into the cells and absolute referencing or hitting F2, then copying the text.
When I hit "Ctrl C" to copy the cell, then hit "Alt/E/S/F/Enter" to paste the formula, it is just like a regular copy/paste formula-wise in that the references move.
1. I have a list of data (Collated Data) 2. For every row in collated data I want to export the cells into a corresponding cell in my predetermined workbook (TAF Form), i.e, Cell C1 on Collated data goes into Cell D3 on TAF Form, cell D1 to cell I3 etc etc 3. Once all cells in one row have been copied into the TAF Form I want that TAF Form to save as "TAF Form & Employee Name" (which would come from cell D3). 4. I then want "TAF Form & Employee Name" to close. 5. I then want the Macro to do the same thing for Row 2, copy the cells, save the form, close the form 6. I want to do this for every row that I have (which varies).
Is this possible? If you have any more questions in terms of what I need, don't hesitate to ask.
I am using the following IF statement to guide users to complete columns B, D and E so that column R auto-completes:
=IF(OR($B$8="", $D$8="", $E$8=""), "You must enter a CI Name, Tag Number and Serial Number before completing this field","Hardware")
I have tried copying the formula down and using Paste Special but I still get references to the original rows (i.e. Row 8). I have other formulas in the sheet and have tested them in coloumn R and I am able to get them to correspond to the relevant row (e.g Row 26, 27 etc for: =IF(ISBLANK(U26),"",VLOOKUP(U26,ModelManu,2,0)). Have checked cell validation is off, data type etc but nothing seems amiss. Any ideas if it's formula related but this doesn't seem to be a logical root cause..?
I'm trying to copy formula on the X axis and past/transpose to a Y axis. When I do this, the cells say #REF! If I use $ it works, but it is very timely to manually add the $. Is there a better/faster way to do this?
Sheet 1 has a lot of data on it with hundreds of rows with a total at the bottom.
Columns are months for the next 5 years and the rows are the store names. At the very bottom is the grand total for the month. Each of the totals are named cells. Example Refund1, Refund2, etc
On another sheet I have a summary that I want to pull in the grand totals. So for the first month the cell has "=refunds1". I need to do that for all 60 months. I would normally just copy the formula across but when I do that the formula stays "Refunds1" in every cell. Is there a way to copy what is in cell a1 "refunds1" all the way across while having the name change? Meaning cell a2 would be "refunds2"
I have put below a starting point for a macro that I am trying to complete. It does do what I want but I think that it is very inefficient as it is going down line by line. Is there a way to copy this down instead of visiting each cell?
I have created a timesheet in Excel, with meal breaks, end times and total hours worked for a two week period. The formula =SUM(INT(X10)+Z10) calculates correctely in day 1 of week 1 and through the first week. When I copy the formula to week 2, it does not calculate. I have even entered the formula again, but it does not work. I even tried putting it on a new sheet. I also tried doing a paste special. I need help to complete this timesheet.
I am writing code where I will click the macro and depending on the number of days I wish to be calculated, it will go to various different sheets, calculate various different figures and bring that result back to my main sheet.
Everything is great except for when it copies the specified range, it is copying all the data within that range, whereas, I just want the sumtotal of the data (so the sum value that appears in the bottom right hand corner of the screen). An example of my code is listed below:
In the table above Under the options column , Wherever there is 20 under the samples column, In the options Column,I want all the other Product codes with the same PC5 ....meaning...I need the below output.
Now the Attrb: and Value: cells continue all the way down for around 40/50 cells but the only information i require from this data is the Row which starts with Accounting and the Value which in this case is set to Unauthenticated. Now the information in this cell is not contstant and changes at every entry.
I am looking for a formula which will scan the spread sheet and just pull the information described above.
I have a cell with seven conditional formatting formula rules that I now want to copy to the rest of the column. I can copy/paste special/formats one cell at a time but if I try to to this with a group of cells, (or try using the format painter), it treats the formula references as absolute, even though they aren't shown as absolute in the rules manager. Am I missing something? Using 2007.
I have a base document that i can import another data document with a button (this is working).
I then have another WS ("search") in the base document with lots of identifiers which I want to use as my search range to look through the document that I just imported (column A).
I need a msg to ask the user what month they would like to find the $ value on (Ie, January) in the imported WS... this way it doesnt copy the entire line only cell in the selected month column.
Then I want to the user to be able to click a button that will check through the identifiers on the "search" WS and if the same identifier appears in the imported WS in column A, then for the $ value in the column selected to be copied to the search Range work sheet.
If the idenfifier is not matched then in place of the $ value copied can be the string "no in XXX WS" .
I have attached the document with dummy data in each work sheet with details more cleary what I have meantion above.
The following sub will look in the file ("FY09 SOF"), in column "A", search for the strings that begin with "2109", "3009", or ends in "-1", and copy the entire row. It will then paste these in the file ("FY09 PR Log Blank").
I have found that in the file ("FY09 SOF"), if things are filtered in any row, it will not copy those necessary items.
The data filter is on row 13 of each sheet. Is there a way of fixing this? (i.e. having the macros select "all" on the filter before copying the sheet? There are 60 sheets so a macros will be necessary.
Sub get_data() Dim wb As Workbook, wbDest As Workbook Dim ws As Worksheet, wsDest As Worksheet Dim lngCalc As Long Dim FoundCells As Range Dim FoundCell As Range
Set wb = Workbooks("FY09 SOF") Set wbDest = Workbooks("FY09 PR Log Blank") Set wsDest = wbDest.Worksheets("Paste all here, then sort")
With Application .ScreenUpdating = False lngCalc = .Calculation .Calculation = xlCalculationManual End With For Each ws In wb.Worksheets.............................
The following macro does what it is designed to do and needs to be run from a control sheet called "Guide". When I run it from this Guide sheet it stops at around row 53 (out of 1400 rows) on each of the specified sheets in the macro. I have struggled with this problem and have now discovered that the macro will run correctly when run from one of the worksheets specified in the array, e.g. sheet "200 and 100".
Sub Calculateclosingtrades1() Dim r As Long, c As Integer, LastRow As Long, rcheck As Long LastRow = Range("J65536").End(xlUp).Row Dim shtTemp As Worksheet Dim vntName As Variant
For Each vntName In Array("200 and 100", "100 and 50", "50 and 25", "40 and 20", "20 and 10", "15 and 10", "18 and 9", "200 only", "100 only", "50 only", "40 only", "25 only", "20 only", "15 only").............
I tried searching for code for each part of the task separately and trying to piece together multiple macros, that did something similar, but Iím not have a lot of luck, so Iíll break it down into two treads, I hope this will follow the rule of one question per post, but if I should have separated this request even farther as two treads, please let me know and Iíll be happy to comply.
I was given a spread sheet with a macro that loads data from a SQL Data base (not mine), it returns anywhere from one row to 100ís of rows data. Since itís not my spread sheet and macro, I copied this sheet to my destination workbook. The Data loads in 7 columns starting in B4:H4, with the column headings titles: Acct#, Id#, Name, Qtr1 Totals, Qtr2 Totals, Qtr3 Totals, and Qtr4 Totals. Data cells in spreadsheet not formatted (general)
What Iím trying to do: part 1: I need a macro to copy the data only for columns Id# thru Qtr4 Totals (C5:H5 down thru the last row with data) to another sheet. The destination sheet range starts with rows B13:G13, with formulas below and to the right in columns H13, and J13:N13 (column I is blank).
The formulas below the range are a subtotal of the copied columns (D:G). They could be remove and totaled after theyíre copied, so there's nothing below the copied range? Since I need the column totals as a subtotals, my thought was to have the row heading and formulas already on the destinations sheet and just insert a blank rows between as each row was copied?
part 2: As each row of data is copied from the source sheet, I need the macro to copy the formulas to the right of the copied range (H13, and J13:N13) on the destination sheet down for each new row of data copied from the source sheet
Column G From G2:G102 has a number in it. This number is an average of column D:F same respective row +2
What I am looking to do is if the value in H2:H102 is equal to or greater than the number in G2:G102 same respective row go bold green.
So I did a simple CF for H2 to look at G2 and that works fine but when I copy and paste format all the way done to H102. It is comparing all the values in H3:H102 to G2 instead of the respective row H3 to G3, H4 to G4, H5 to G5 you get the idea.
I don't want to do a CF on each row in column H because it will take forever.
What is the simplest way to do this.
I think it is just about the formatting of the formula?
I have a column with many different numbers and varying amount of digits in the cell it says 9.85, or 35.09 but in the formula bar it is not rounded and I need to copy these numbers to a csv and when I copy it the row to the CSV it still has the non-rounded totals in the formula bar, I have tried protecting the sheet and tried to paste special but neither seem to work how would I go about just copying exactly what is in the cell to another?
For all worksheets in the activeworkbook, i want to automatically copy a formula (=INDEX(KEBSIDF20080925_26!$A$3:$A$10000,MATCH(A4,KEBSIDF20080925_26!$A$3:$A$10000,),1) to a target cell (D4). Each worksheet has the same headers.
I have a supply worksheet that is set up where the new data is added into a new column, so that the report extends horizontally. All of the pricing is in Column I, quantities are listed in the new column, and then totals at the bottom with the following formula:
When I copy and paste the cell, into the next column for a new order, it changes the quantity column from "AF" to "AG", which I want it to do, but it also changes the pricing column from "I" to "J". I then have to go in manually and change all the J's to I's. When I copy the just the formula, it keeps everything the same, and then I have to manually change "AF" to "AG".
Is there a way to copy and paste so that the pricing column stays fixed within the formula, but the quantity column changes?
Trying to use a standard formula based on a variable workbook name. The INDIRECT solution suggested worked fine until I realised that I'd need to have the additional workbooks open in order to return the results.
Variable Workbook name in formula?
The reason I wanted to use a standard formula was so that I could use a piece of code I've written that would simply copy the formula from one cell and paste it accross and down for all cells within a range of rows and columns. Seeing as the formula now needs to be unique per column I need to change the code to copy the entire row of formula down instead of the one formula down and across. Here's my original code that copies a formula from B2 and pastes it down to the last row and across to the last column:
Code: Sub CopyFormulaDown()
Dim lngLastrow As Long Dim rngTargetStart As Range Dim rngTargetEnd As Range