Imagine i have 2 columns: Open and Close, both of these got numbers like
1 ---- 2 3 ---- 1 4 ---- 10
and so on. I had to make a function which checks if some number is in between any of those Open and Close numbers and count how many, for example: im searching for number 1.3, so according to previously drawn table i would get answer of 2, because 2 is in between 1----2 and 3-----1, i achieved this by a simple function:
this generated an additional column with TRUE and FALSE values which i counted with:
and got the answer.
so now then preparations are ready i need to make a function which would for example if the number i was searching was in 10th and 45th rows find the MAX/MIN values of Close column between those rows(hope i made my self clear)
this is how i was hoping to do that : first of all make a new array of all cell addresses from "Close" column which were "TRUE" from the first function i wrote and when do w/e i like with those cell addresses in other functions.
I have created a custom Function in excel. I would like to create a custom button so I can run this funtion with a Click of a button unstead of typing it in or clicking on the insert function button. I am not sure if this is possible to have VB call a custom function. Below is my VB for the Custom Function. I basically want the custom button to open the formula in excel.
Public Function CreateFlexstring(Company As String, Cost_Center As String, _ Division As String, Geography As String)
I am very proficient at Excel/VBA and have a question about custom/user-defined functions that may be a little more advanced. I understand how to write custom functions and access them through the user-defined functions menu, but I would like to be able to include my function in an add-in that users could simply add, and then access the function via the 'Fx' box at the top of Excel, like they would any other built-in function, instead of having to go to the user-defined functions menu. I guess what I am looking for is how to add 'built-in' functions and not user-defined ones. I just want the user to start typing '=customFunction(' and have the parameters pop-up in tool-tip form, like any Excel built-in function would.
I have a calendar I have developed that highlights the current date and opens by default to the current month. Each worksheet is a seperate month. The current date highlighting is written with a public macro and the opening to current month is a private macro. The problem comes when this workbook is shared and the other users have to agree to accept my macro because of security. I would like to bypass that requirement and just have the workbook stand alone without the permission.
I have a custom function that will tell me which quarter it is based on a date entered into a cell. It works except if the cell is empty is still returns the last Case but not my Case else. If the cell is blank I wanted the function to not return anything.
Function QuarterMonth(InputDate As Date) Dim MonthNumber As Integer MonthNumber = Month(InputDate) Select Case MonthNumber Case 1 QuarterMonth = "Q1 - 13"
A custom function as shown below is not reading in the value of the parameter Ttorefinance which is an Excel cell value (actually a link in the spreadsheet). Eg when Ttorefinance cell value is 13, the function reads in 0.
Function MarginbyTranche(TfromIssue As Double, TtoRefinance As Double, AssetType As String, Tranche As String) As Double
Dim RmbsAaaMargin As Double Dim RmbsAa3Margin As Double Dim RmbsBaa2Margin As Double
Dim CmbsAaaMargin As Double Dim CmbsAa3Margin As Double Dim CmbsBaa2Margin As Double
Dim PsAaaMargin As Double Dim PsAa3Margin As Double Dim PsBaa2Margin As Double
I have created an addin (myAddin.xla) with custom functions in it. In a given cell, my funtion would look something like "=myCustomFunction(A1, B5)".
Periodically, while I'm working with the spreadsheet, I'll do something to a cell and the formulas in all the cells which used a custom function immediately get reset to something along the lines of "=C:...Application DataMicrosoftAddInsmyAddin.xla'!myCustomFunction(A1, B5)". The reset function also causes the function not to work properly and I get a "#NAME?" error in the cell.
I haven't yet figured out what sequence of actions causes the reset (it happens infrequently, but often enough to be a major problem) but it happens while I'm working with the document (i.e., it doesn't seem to be linked to saving/closing/reopening/etc). After I notice the reset, if I go to each cell that uses a custom function and delete everything from "C:... to myAddin.xla!" in the formula bar and hit enter, the function works normally as before.
(Technically, my Windows XP Pro system uses synchronization with a server at work, so the file path is not "C:...Application DataMicrosoftAddInsmyAddin.xla'!" but rather "\myServerNamemyDirectoryDocuments and SettingsmyUserNameApplicationDataMicrosoftAddInsmyAddin.xla'!". I'm not sure if this reset error has anything to do with being connected to the server or not, but figured I'd mention it anyway.)
Actually, I've created the user defined function (UDF) to interpolate (both linear and bilinear). It's just, I keep getting this annoying error that says "A value used in the formula is of the wrong data type." But here's the kicker...I converted the UDF into a subroutine for trouble shooting, and I was able to step through the entire code and get the correct output.
Function itcinter(efpd As Single, pwr As Single) As Variant Dim rnge, mtrnge As Range Dim w, x, y, z, xx, yy, b As Single Dim scenario, a As Integer Dim J As Variant scenario = Worksheets("Input").Range("B1").Value pwr = pwr / 100# If (scenario = 1) Then Worksheets("ITC").Select 'Make table into a range for VLookUp Set rnge = Worksheets("ITC").Range("A3", [A3].End(xlDown).End(xlToRight)) Set mtrnge = Worksheets("ITC").Range("A3", [A3].End(xlDown)) 'If the given value does not match a table value exactly On Error Resume Next.......................
I have a simple function defined in one of my worksheets (Sheet1):
Function AddFuel(fuel As String) MsgBox fuel End Function
How would I be able to call this from a form button event?
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Sheet1.AddFuel(TextBox1) End Sub
Everytime I try running this code I receive the error: Run-time error '1004'; Application-defined or, Object-defined error. I've even tried Application.Run("Sheet1.AddFuel", TextBox1) but still no luck. I think this is a pretty common question but I couldn't find any answer to it on the forums.
I wonder could anyone help me with a problem i'm having, I have a table showing a basic RSA algorithm in excel, for example,
M 13 2197 19 8893887173 13 M N 14 2744 5 788125 14 N
How the numbers are derived isn't important, what i want to do is create a visual basic form, to allow a user to input a letter, for example M in a text box, click a button, and then the 5 related digits are shown.
So the user inputs M into a text box clicks a button, then 13, 2197, 19, 8893887173 and 13 is output to 5 other text boxes.
Given a list of numbers and a list of 'allowable' operators, come up with a specific total. ("The numbers game" on countdown on BBC2.... ooooh Carol Voderman) For example, given the numbers 1, 3, 4 and 5 with valid operators +, -, /, * come up with a solution equal to 15. All numbers must be used once only. Use operators as often as required. The specific example above was given to me and I personally think its not solvable (might be a practical joke). But I am wondering is it possible to prove this through assertions or develop an algorithm to solve such puzzles. I can get 14 and 16, but not 15....
Im looking for an algorithm to sort an array of data, deleting multiple values whithin the array and shifting the values down the array to leave no gaps. the crude set of loops i am currently using is:
For f = 0 To 100 For g = f + 1 To 100 If LineArray(g) = LineArray(f) Then LineArray(g) = "" Next g Next f
which does work and serves my purpose but is messy as it leaves blank gaps in the array.
I have a worksheet that uses the INDIRECT function as part of cell validation to generate a custom 'name' range, this name then references a bunch of sheets that contain the actual range where the values for the validation list are stored. For example: ValidationExample.xlsx
Name = Color Values = Blue, Red, Green
Name = Shape Values = Square, Circle, Triangle
So what this allows me to do is in the first cell, I can define two options such as Color and Shape. Once one of these is selected, the next cell will have a formula for the validation as "=INDIRECT(A1)" then I will define two named ranges called 'Color' and 'Shape'. This will then show me the list of items in the cell based on previous selection. An example of this is attached to this posting above.
When the formula is written into the validation, an error message is generated saying that the formula will generate an error. Even with this message, the method works effectively to provide a blank list if nothing in the first cell is selected, or a list dependent on the selection of the first cell.
In this case, what I want to do is generate a macro that will populate the validation for a cell when new records are added. This won't always copy down from previous cells because the way I add records is through use of a macro and I generally find using the format painter in vba to be a fairly sloppy way of getting formats from other cells. So I go through a series of validation additions to each cell in the worksheet to get this validation created (I have no written this into the workbook attached).
VB: Dim i As Long Dim lastRow As Long Dim sht As worksheet
As I read in previous posts, Formula1 cannot contain an actual formula, only names and lists of items. Since each of the cells will have a changing reference, thus the INDIRECT function would need to change to reflect this, The 'Secondary' name consists of the following:
Which of course does not work due to the error when using INDIRECT in the first place (though the Address() function appropriately finds the cell with the validation in it's appropriate address). I can think of other ways to do this, such as having validation lists change in with VBA on a SelectionChange or Change event, but that's a lot of code that is subject to change when the named ranges have changes to them (which is fairly frequent). Is there any way to get the .Validation.Add method to ignore errors in the name supplied to it.
For reference, my code is this:
VB: Private Sub cmdRefreshValidation_Click() 'Re-enters validation parameters to all cells to allow selections Dim i As Long Dim lastRow As Long Dim sht As Worksheet
How would I create a shortcut to automatically copy the contents of cell H1 to cell K1, in other word I would like to hit a shortcut key and have the contents of that cell pasted 3 cells to the right on the same line. I have to do this over and over again down the worksheet. I am working on taxes and want to copy values over to the expenses column as I find them.
I would also like to know if it is possible while having cell D1 highlighted I could have a shortcut created that would copy the value three cells over in H1 to cell K1. That would be the fastest, but I don't know if it is possible?