In a userform i have created an textbox. The user types some text in it and after clicking an OK-Button this text must be copied to a cell To allow multiple lines (enter = new line in textbox) i have changed the textbox property EnterKeyBehavior to True. The problem is that after copying this textbox1.text to a cell in see square blocks in the cell.
instead of line1 line2
I use the following code to copy the text into a cell:
Private Sub CommandButtonOK_Click() Dim TextboxText As String TextboxText = TextBox1.Text ActiveCell.Value = TextboxText Unload Me End Sub
how to avoid this  (should be like alt-enter in a cell)
Macro that will search Column A for Yellow Cells. If it finds a Yellow Cell it will then check to see if the row below it has any value.If there is not value in the cell right below it then it will Delete that entire row that the Yellow Cell is on and stop the program. If it finds a value it will then continue down the column looking for another Yellow cell. The reason for this macro is because I have another macro that is deleting duplicates and it sometimes leaves a Yellow Row at the bottom of my information.
One cell in my spreadsheet determines the number of parts in a box. What i want to do is use conditional format - if there are 7 parts in a box then every 7th cell in that column is coloured yellow. If there are nine parts then every 9th cell in the column is coloured yellow Etc...how to do this?
I am trying to create a formula that looks at a spreadsheet containing training percentages for employees. I need to look at these percentages and based on the date that the person started I need to look at certain rules. First it needs to look at what has happened more recently , moving to a new department or promotion. Next it needs to use that info to decide which rule to use. Ex. the person started 90 days ago then they are subject to rule A. The training percentage then needs to be looked at to see what rating they have. EX. percentage < 90% but > 75% gives a rating of 1. percentage than 50% gives rating of 2. percentage < than 50% rating of 3. Rule B would contain different criteria. My problem is that I tried nesting IF statements but I need more than 7. When I tried to do this in VBA I couldn't get it to work.
Why won't this reference work? It's driving me nuts! I'm sure I have an almost identical referencing in another part of the workbook that works.. I have tried other referencing without the variables, and it works, but I need to do this with the variables because the ranges change.
I would like to have a macro that searches a selected area for a number (there may be many of them in the spreadsheet) and highlight it in yellow. Please be noted that I don't only want it to search and highlight the number in its respective order, but also every one of its possible arrangement. To make it easier, please also be noted that all of the numbers I will need to search are only 3 digit numbers.
Refer to the attached document : Highlight Number Desired Results.xlsx
I would like to run a macro on few sheets. For that, I think the best way would be FOR...NEXT. On the attach file, I would like to put a yellow color on cell A1 for the sheets listed on SUMMARY, Cell B5 to B8.
In cell c34 Format condition 1 activates NOT condition 2.
In another cell, C13, condition 3 correctly operates; in this row A13 = A14. Condition 1 works i.e. the cells A1 and A2 are the same only cell A2 has the bottom border and if Cell A2 and A3 are different there is a bottom border in both cells. There must be something wrong with my formula in condition 2 but I can't see what; condition 2 is just condition 1 amd 3 amalgamated.
The condition 2 should read:
If the date is not a Saturday or Sunday in cell C34 and the time is before 18:00 hours in Cell D34 and the name in the "a" cell i.e. A34 does not equal the name in the "a" cell below this one i.e. A35 put in a bottom border and colour the cell yellow.
I have a macro that generates multiple sheets in a work book then formats the data on each sheet the same, I would like to highlight the same two cells in each sheet with a background color of yellow. My format code is below, I can seem to get fill to work with the sh. property
For Each sh In Worksheets sh.Range("O1").Value = "Total Amount" sh.Range("P1").FormulaR1C1 = "=SUM(RC[-2]:RC[-2])"
I need a formula for the highlighted yellow area that pulls and sums from a reference table. Not a traditional Vlookup because the reference within the report can appear in multiple columns within multiple rows.
I have a spreadsheet which contains 39 columns with a header row. The number of rows varies per spreadsheet. I'm running into a problem with highlighting(painting yellow) cells. Really the problem is selecting the cells to be highlighted. The macro is skipping some of my code completely and in other cases leaving some cells unhighlighted.
1. All blank cells in row AG should be painted yellow.
2. If column AF contains a cell with number 900 or greater, then the cell in AG (same row) should NOT be painted yellow.
3. All blank cells in rows AC and G should be painted yellow. Some spreadsheets may not contain blank cells.
Problem with the VB is not performing the code after the first command. It will highlight MOST of the cells in AG but for some reason it is leaving a few blank ones unhighlighted. The blank ones are usually at the bottom of the rows. I have no idea why it would miss these.
I believe the "ucase" tag is incorrect since its looking for a number but I am not sure what to put in its place and if I use something else should I dim it as ""?
I've attached an excel spreadsheet which contains a sample to this problem. I've also attached what it should look like if my code worked.
However this doesnt work. I tried looking at adding VB script in but to be honest I am not a VB programmer and cant really spend too much time on this. fix the final conditional format so it run if the cell contains either "resolved" or "closed"?