I have a workbook of some 15 worksheets - however there is just one of the worksheets I want to disable the printing of it. So that when users select print whole document - all worksheets will print except for thus one worksheet
The worksheet tab is named "15.ADMIN WORKBOOK CONTROL ONLY"
I know I need to put some vba code into the code area of that worksheet
I tried this code but it didnt work
Private Sub Worksheet_BeforePrint(Cancel As Boolean) Cancel = True End Sub
Is there is any way we can protect sheet in such a way that; if user - Mr. A inputs his password he can only go and is able to input his data in sheet 1.
I've a file which have multiple sheets say about 80 tabs are present. My colleague only works on one of the tab (sheet) enters data, that file is placed on our general sharing folder I want to know if it is possible that I can assign protection in such a way that when she enters her password she is able to input data only on the sheet in which she works and cannot roam around to other sheets?
Or is it possible that on first sheet there is username or password can appear? And if the data inputting person opens that file and enter her password option appear which can take her to that particular sheet? And if a guest open that file he/she can only view particular sheets which contain reports?
One of our password-protected shared workbooks is acting oddly, but only for one user. The protection is supposed to allow users to expand and collapse grouped columns using the "+" and "-" symbols on the sheet, and for most users it is; but one user is getting an error message that she can't perform that operation on a protected sheet. I've had her close and reopen the file and we have confirmed that she has the same version of Excel as the users who aren't having the issue (Excel 2007). This is a shared file on a server, not a local copy on her computer.
I have several cells in a column for the user to input data, and then a "submit" button. It is a very basic sheet to take user input and store it on another sheet and then manipulate(pivot) and display(graphs) on respective sheets.
Is it possible to remove gridlines and disable all cells on the input sheet except for those that take input, currently validation cells. The main reason is when the user hits tab or lets say enter it moves to the next field for data entry as opposed to through the two empty cells between that are there for spacing. Also to disable them from editing the text that poses the questions(labels): "
I have a spreadsheet that has a macro that hides all columns that have 0 in a sum cell. I want to automate printing of the result, there will always be 35 rows but the number of columns will vary, could be 10 could be 30. The cells are hidden not deleted. How can I set up print code to print all visable cells? I need then all to be printed on the one page so scaled to fit.
I tried to record a macro but as the column count varies I get lost....
In this file sheet1 is not printing. But other sheets r ok. It show print preview. Also it take print command and printer also show that printing. But actually not printing. The printer not even taking paper for printing.
I have a file that needs to be dated when it is printed. Is there any way to make the following things to appear on the sheet/workbook:
- Printing date/time - filename of the current file that is printed - the date of latest time/date the file was edited - the person who printed the file (based on the user profile that is logged in the system.
I need to display Excel Sheet in a Browser and I want to disable the Right Click and Menu of Excel(File, Edit).
So in the method Workbook_Open i coded following
Private Sub Workbook_Open() Application. CommandBars("Worksheet Menu Bar").Enabled = False Application.CommandBars(" Cell").Enabled = False Application.CommandBars("Sheet").Enabled = False Application.CommandBars("Ply").Enabled = False Application.CommandBars("Row").Enabled = False Application.CommandBars("Column").Enabled = False End Sub
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeClose(Cancel As Boolean) Application.CommandBars("Worksheet Menu Bar").Enabled = True Application.CommandBars("Cell").Enabled = True Application.CommandBars("Sheet").Enabled = True Application.CommandBars("Ply").Enabled = True Application.CommandBars("Row").Enabled = True Application.CommandBars("Column").Enabled = True End Sub
It works fine, but if I open Excel application before viewing this HTML page(which contains XLS) and then the option are also disabled in Stand alone Excel application. I want to disable option when for this Sheet which is opened.
I am sure it is easy as I have done this before, but can't remember how or where I have put the code.I have a spreadsheet with multiple worksheets (The amount and names of sheets will keep changing). On a front sheet I have a dynamic validation list in cell "L9" that will always have the full list of spreadsheet names. The idea is that I will choose which spreadsheet to print from this list. Press a button and only that sheet will print.
I have a sheet which contain an horizontal split (Option Windows/Split). I have selected the row 16 to split the sheet so that I can have a header when I scroll down. However, when I print this data sheet, the first row, at the top of the screen, is missing. In the preview and on the printed sheets, the first row is missing on the next printed pages. In the first page, all is ok, but not on the next ones. Does someone have an idea why Excel is behaving like that?
I have a sheet,i want the users unable to select any cells,but a column is free to select an change and enter the inputs. I want to delete and shift up zero cells on that free column,but this property is disable when i protect the sheet.
How I protect other cells from selection and change,and enable delete and shift up for the column that not protected.
For example: I have the attachment file,every column is protected except column "H". I want a macro to when I clear content of any cell in this column,every cells shift up and every non zero cell put from row 1 to... and after them zero cells put.
I have VBA code that creates three reports based on fields a user chooses. When the user clicks the button to create the first report, links are built to the files which contain the fields they chose. There are approximately 15 files that need to be linked in every report.
When the links are built, referencing the external files, the system is extremely slow.
I have Application.ScreenUpdating = False and Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual.
Despite these settings, the links pull in updated values.
Also, to create the last two files, I do a FIND/REPLACE to change the cells referenced in the links, causing it to choke.
would get the links in place without updating each one as it is created?