Delete The Contents Of Every Cell Without Deleting Any Code From My Module
Apr 16, 2009
I want to delete the contents of every cell without deleting any code from my module. The reason I ask is, I'm reading from a text file into excel.
I want to run my code to read text into excel one time through. Then i want to delete all the text, make some alterations to my code, and run the code again. That way each time the worksheet is fresh and clear before i run the code.
I have a problem deleting Module1 then saving the worksheet and keeping the module1 deleted. Without the rem'd code (shown below) a popup asks if you wish to save the changes; if you say "No" the module reappears in the file, and "Yes" the module stays deleted. Even with any of the Rem'd out code below the workbook is saved and closed, but on reopening the code module is still there. My problem is I don't want the user to have the choice, the workbook must be saved without the module. As this is a price quote program, with the module still in the Project, reopening and closing the saved workbook causes an error as the macro cannot find the deleted worksheets to delete! This is a very small test program for a much bigger one that has quite a bit of security in it.
Dim x As Object Application.DisplayAlerts = False
e = Sheets("Sheet1"). Range("B4") ' account name f = Format(Sheets("Sheet1").Range("B3"), "ddmmyy") ' date quote saved, cell = NOW() thisfile = e & "-" & "-" & f 'changed to name, Acc No, dat
how to write a procedure to delete macro code that is in the worksheet property? I created a and excel model for a colleague which had many macro procedures including "Worksheet_Activate". The problem is now this individual moves the worksheets into new workbooks and this is cause many runtime errors. Is there a way I can write a copy/move procedure that also deletes the Worksheet Activate macro so that error does not appear?
I've got some code in workbook A that reformats another workbook B. Basically, it moves all the sheets across to A, creates a pivot table and chart, then saves itself as a variant of the original filename B. The last things it does is to delete the one sheet that was originally in A, and then delete the module that the code is running from (using some code from Chip Pearson):
I am using Excel on a work computer that someone else may have changed the settings on.
I want to simply delete a cell, without deleting the entire row the cell belongs to. Yet when I highlight the cell, and go to Edit -> Delete, the program asks me if I want to delete the entire row, and only gives me two options: OK or Cancel. So I can't delete just one cell (and have all of the lower cells shift up one).
When I right click, the 'delete' option is not present either. I tried changing the menu properties to add the 'delete' function, but it will not delete a cell without taking out the whole row.
What I need to do is starting at cell E251 of the Cheque Logging Sheet I need the code to check the cell for any contents and if there is nothing in the cell then DELETE THE CONTENTS then move to cell E250 and do the same all the way up to E2
My ACCESS problem is that even if the cells in Column E contain nothing the only way that I can upload the spreadsheet to Access is by deleting the contents of the empty cells. Currently I am doing this manually but I would rather sit back and have VBA do it for me...
I need a formula that would scan a given column for data, get the first available data from the first available cell ( D1 ), perform computation, input result in a different cell ( A1 ) and then delete the contents of D1 and move on the D2 and so on till end of data. So far I have been able to have the result in A1 but could not achieve the deletion of D1 contents. The purpose is to prevent the formula from scanning the data column from D1 again. In this way, the datawould be made available in one column and when the data have been processed the column would be empty and the result would be in another column.
I'm trying to write a procedure which will search the contents of Column B of my worksheet for the word "Total". Whenever the word "Total" is found in a cell within Column B, the entire row should be deleted.
I have a spreadsheet with a serial number is row 1 in column A with the rest of Row 1 empty. Column A is empty in Row 2, but has the data associated with the row above in columns B through L of Row 2. Then comes 2 blank rows and the pattern repeats with a new serial number in column A of row 5 and so on. I would like to move the serial number down one row, delete the now empty first row, delete the following 2 empty rows, and then loop to do the same thing again for all 9000 rows of the spreadsheet.
I have merged two workbooks into one. What I need to do at this point is to delete all rows that have a duplicate entry, basically anytime the cell content in one cell matches the cell content in the cell right below or above it, BOTH rows should be deleted. At this point, this is above my VBA skills so I'm asking for help in how to do this. The stripped version of the workbook is attached (only 100 rows) but in reality this is a huge workbook with almost 22,000 rows.
You will notice in the attached workbook, that cell contents for A2 and A3 match. For what I need to do, I need both rows (2 and 3) to be deleted. If you go down a bit, starting in row 89 all the contents in column A are unique so those need to remain.
Recently I have been practising writing my own macros in VBA. I am using Excel 2010.
I have been trying to write a macro to look at two columns in a worksheet (say, columns D and E) and to delete the contents (not the formatting, and I don't want to delete the cell itself) of that cell only if it contains a numerical value (e.g. 1, 2, 256 or any other number). If it finds a cell with letters, then it wouldn't delete the contents of the cell. The cells are currently formatted as "currency" cells.
I have been trying all sorts of things and I just can't get it to work. I can write a macro to clear a range easy enough, but I am stuck on getting it to delete the right stuff. I won't embarrass myself by uploading the code that I have been using..
I have some buttons in different sheets in an excel file, each button has its own code, that is the reason I can not move the code related to each object to another location (sheet or module).
And I have one piece of code in Module1 (Auto_load) in order to execute automatically this routine every time file is opened. Inside "auto_load" routine I initialize some values of some check buttons,options buttons and positions of some objects in diferent sheets, but I can not pass the value of variables between Module and Sheet's code even when I declare as public variables and/or function.
I'm trying to get a VBA macro put together that would delete all the rows, throughout every sheet, and shift up wherever the cell in column A = "Delete Row" in a workbook I've made. In the below copy of the workbook you can see that a lot of the information from all the tables is linked to the topmost table on the 'Mix Detail Sheet'.
If the the Cell in column A is blank on that first table, its corresponding cells in tables throughout the workbook displays the words "Delete Row". I need the macro to delete the rows and shift everything up where this occurs.
Ideally I'd also like the macro to then delete the rows in that first table where the column A cells are blank.
I inserted a second module into a project. Now I want to delete it. Only i can't figure out how to do this. I highlite it and right click or click edit from the toolbar but i'm provided no options. I can't drag it to the trash either.
Is it possible to write VBA code that will prevent a user from changing a cell's contents, depending on the cell's font color?
More specifically, I have a column of text in range B15:B64. Some of the cells will have a black font, others will be blue. Is it possible to lock the black font cells only, leaving the blue cells unlocked for users to change?
I have data beginning in cell A6 and continues through cell A13 for this instance. I want data in cell A6 on sheet 1 to be copied to cell B1 in sheet 2; data in cell A7 sheet 1 to be copid to cell C1 sheet2 and so on till all of the data in the continuous range beginning in cell A6 of sheet 1 has been copied to row 1 beginning in cell B1 of sheet2. This seams relatively easy but below is my failed attempt at this.
Code: Sheets("Data Request").Select Dim DATAREQUEST As Long, TYPESRws As Range TYPES = WorksheetFunction.Max(Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row) DATAREQUEST = Range("A6", "A" & TYPES).Rows.Count Sheets("Data Retrieval").Select For i = Range("B1", "1" & DATAREQUEST).Columns.Count To 1 Step -1 Sheets("Data Retrieval").Select [B1] = i ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select Next i