I want to use a msgbox to display the dim range of
r = "G" & endg & ":J" & endg
Should be something like G29:J29
How can I do this?
it's so I can investigate what is going wrong with my pie chart code
Sub Add_PVVrGChart() Dim co As ChartObject, endg%, i%, r$, sname$, suffix, r$, s$ '~~~ Suffix allows the code to be manipulated more easily with changing the sheet name but keeping the Suffix the same suffix = Array("A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", "H") For i = LBound(suffix) To UBound(suffix)
I have a named range "Lines" (created using OFFSET fuction) in my worksheet. This named range is dynamic as it is created using OFFSET function and points to a particular region in column A only (so its just a 1 dim array). The named range works fine (it changes automatically as I change a dropdown list).
What I want is to display the contents of the array using MsgBox separating the contents using a newline character.
So suppose if the named range "Lines" points to A1:A4 and the contents of it are A1=A, A2=B, A3=C and A4=C, Then I want a VBA code to show: A B C D
I have a file with 2 tabs that linked 1) Input 2) Spread. The idea is for the user to spread the total number they keyed in the "input" by months. I need a code that will display a msgbox if the sum of the variance column in Spread <> 0, so it can prompt the users that they still have to do the spreads before closing the files. I want the action to happen when they attempt to save or close, just to remind them it's not done yet.
Before executing my code I want to check down a column to make sure there are no entries in it. If there are then I want to display a message and then exit the sub. If all the cells in the range are empty then the code is to be executed. What I have so far is
How can I break this onto 3 lines in Visual Basic Editior to make it more readable:
MsgBox "Only enter data in white cells." & vbNewLine & "Yellow cells contain formulas or dates entered automatically", & vbNewLine & "Do not insert blank rows. Copy row(s) and Insert/Paste" , vbInformation, "Spreadsheet by GJF"
Im using code from website: http://www.contextures.com/xlDataVal11.html
to display a combobox when I double click any cell that contains a validation list in it. I'm not great with VBA so I am having problems finding what each part of the code does. This is causing problems for another bit of code that I use to display a msgbox when certain values are selected from the list.
The MsgBox shows up great when I select an item from the validation list but does not work at all when I select the same item from the double-clicked combo box. It would be great if I could get the MsgBox to work both ways. This is the code that displays the MsgBox when target value is selected from list
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Select Case Target.AddressLocal(False, False) Case Is = "B4", "B5", "B6", "B7", "B8", "B9", "B10", "B11", "B12" If Target.Value = "H" Then MsgBox "This is a pop for extra information. Savvy?", vbYesNo, "Yo!" End If End Select End Sub...............
I'm trying to create a dynamic msgbox that will display what data has been updated based on checkbox selections in the userform. I've named my checkboxes as Carey, Keith, and Juliet.
Ideally if only Carey's data has been updated, I'd like the msgbox to say
' Data has been Updated for: - Carey '
If Carey and Keith's data has been updated, I'd like the msgbox to say
'Data has been Updated for: - Carey - Keith '
MsgBox ("Data has been Updated for:" & vbnewline & _ If CAREY.Value =true then "- Carey" End if & vbnewline & _ If KEITH.Value =true then "- KEITH" End if & vbnewline & _ If JULIET.Value =true then "- Juliet" End if & ")
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..
Basically what I am trying to do is build a formula but I have hit a wall it seems like.
what I want to do to complete the formula is, I have 2 names in mind that I want to be able to enter one cell and have excel translate them into a number. So for example if I enter the name John in that cell excel will know that John means the number 3 and then tomorrow I erase John from that cell and enter Jim and excel will know that Jim means the number 2.
But again I want to be able to enter a certain body of txt into one cell and have excel recognize it as a number. How can this be done?
I'm working with a fairly large spreadsheet, and need to find out how many times a specific word or numerical value comes up in a column (for instance, I might need to know how many times 'Anderson' comes up in column B). Every time I try to use the sum, dsum, sumif, count, dcount, or countif functions, however, I keep coming up with either 0 or the #VALUE message. This is very frustrating, as you can well imagine. I could try to sort the data by the various terms and values I need and then physically count everything but this strikes me as time-consuming, prone to error (we're talking a few thousand entries, here), and something Excel should theoretically be able to do anyway if only I knew how to ask it.
I need a formula that looks at a Cell and if it contains any text at all it will return a numerical value into a seperate cell. I have done this before but for some annoying reason i cant remember how i did it.
I have a formulae in cell C1 (looks up A1, B1). I want to have a msgbox come up when the value in cell C1 is either #VALUE! / #N/A / any other error. So: if error.type in (1 - 7), want error box. Else if error.type = #N/A, no error box!
I am a teacher and I want a column to turn a particular colour if a pupil has met their target grade and another if they have not. Our grades work as letters A* being the best then descending as follows A, B, C, D, E, F, G, U.
I have a column with the pupil's target grade (one of the above letters) and another column with their current grade. How do I get excel to understand the ranking of the letters and format the current grade column according to whether they have met their target or not?
In a single cell, I would like to show 2 values: a currency and a percentage. So A1 and A2 has values, say 50000 and .10 respectively (these are derived via formula, if it's of any relevance). What I ultimately want is "$50,000 and 10%". I've originally thought about adding the "$", " and ", and "%" separately, but I need the currency value to include commas.
I have used conditional formatting, by which cells in a column (Column D) would either have "Text1" or "Text2" or "Text3". VB code so that macro runs a check on 'Column D' and if any cell contains "Text3", a pop-up appears with message "Text3 is there"
I'd like help writing a single formula that assigns either a numerical 1 or 0 to a cell based on values from two other cells.
By way of background, I'm working with three columns. Cells in column F contains values from 1 to 4. Cells in column G contain values from 5 to 11. Cells in column H are currently blank.
I need a single formula that will insert either a numerical 1 or a 0 into column H according to the following conditions.If F3 = 1 and G3 = 5 or 6 or 7 then let H3=1 otherwise let H3=0 If F3 = 2 and G3 = 7 or 8 or 9 then let H3=1 otherwise let H3=0 If F3 = 3 and G3 = 9 or 10 or 11 then let H3=1 otherwise let H3=0 If F3 = 4 and G3 = 9 or 10 or 11 then let H3=1 otherwise let H3=0