I have written a Excel (2003) that searches a worksheet for a string in any cell. If the string is not found, it uses the 'On Error GoTo' command to jump to a given label. It works fine on the first string not found. When it searches for the next non-existent string, it fails with:
'Run-time error '91': Object variable or With block variable not set'
Do I have to clear a buffer after each cells.find search?
So the issue I am having is that I have a worksheet with two long rows of value. If the user enters the incorrect value, the program gives a error case of 1004. If and when this error occurs I want the program to send a MessageBox to the user then end the program. The problem that I am running into is that whenever I write On Error Goto... It Goes to the label whenever any runtime error occurs. My belief is that there has to be a way to only check for a runtime error on a single line of code rather than the entire sub.
i've got an error trap built in with "On Error Goto 40", but F8 on the very next line produces Runtime '9' error pop-up. Trying to check if sheet exists based upon value in A1 (number stored as text). If it doesn't exist, line 40 (and subsequent) creates it, looping back to the next value in column A and repeating. 1 time out of 10 it works perfectly,
I have some coding under the property list command button which filters the date 3 times and copies the filtered data to another sheet. This works with data in the sheet, however if there is no data on the sheet I get an error message.
There is a line that says on error goto reset1 on the first filter and goto reset2 on second filter (and so on) which works on the first filter but not on the second or third filter. I have attached the file.
'Other actions are located here, but have been removed. These actions take place if the Find is succesful.
CubeNotFound: Message = MsgBox("WS ID " & WSID & " was not found! Excel will continue with the next WS ID.", vbOKOnly, "WS ID NOT FOUND")
I have that statement there because if WS ID is not found then VB generates an error that the user won't be able to interpret, and also stops the code. I want VB to continue to the next record if one is not found.
I am selecting cells from a range by using "SpecialCells" and need to determine whether this produces an error (as it does in the event that there are no cells that fit the criteria) so I write On Error Resume Next Then I check the error number and if it is not 0 the next line of code is skipped.
Within the same procedure I do this again, but on a different range and need to check the error number again. If no error is found, the previous error number will be kept so before running the second piece of code, I add the line Err.Clear Is their any difference between this approach or using the line On Error Goto 0
The On Error GoTo works if there is only one instance of the text not being found but crashes if there is a second.
I have tried adapting code found here http://www.excelforum.com/excel-prog...ght=cells.find but can't get it to work exactly as i would like. Here is an extract of my code. There are about 12 different cells.find in total.
I am writing a code in VBA using getpivotdata function. It is working fine untill the value does not exist.
Dim pt As PivotTable Sheets("Pivot2").Select Set pt = ActiveSheet.PivotTables(1) Cells(2,1).Value = pt.GetPivotData("ID", "GCB", "1", "Gender", "F", "9 box Rating_2012", NBArr(k)).Value 'the code is looping through the values in an array called NBArr
I have tried to handle this as follows:
If IsError(pt.GetPivotData("ID", "GCB", GCB1, "Gender", Gen1, "9 box Rating_2012", NBArr(k)).Value) = True Then Cells(2,1).Value= "0" ElseIf IsError(pt.GetPivotData("ID", "GCB", GCB1, "Gender", Gen1, "9 box Rating_2012", NBArr(k)).Value) = False Then Cells(2,1).Value = pt.GetPivotData("ID", "GCB", GCB1, "Gender", Gen1, "9 box Rating_2012", NBArr(k)).Value End If
However, even this is not working (in case when the function finds no value).
I'm looking for some direction with enhancing this code:
Code: Case "L18" Dim dfcust As String Dim wshgrp As Worksheet
With this code, wshmain.range("Y18") is populated with the value associated with the vlookup. However, problems exist when the vlookup fails. If the vlookup fails, I don't want to try to populate wshmain.range, just simply .protect and abandon.
I am working on a worksheet with quite a few advisors who will be using the sheet, because of this reason I am trying to cover my back with as much error handling with my VBA script as possible. Where I am struggling is the following line:
Code: Set cb = Workbooks.Open("wilm-dchome"UserName"DesktopCurrent projectPipeline Grouped.xlsm")
I want to have an error handler that says if this file cannot be found use the following line of code instead:
Code: Set cb = Workbooks.Open(Application.GetOpenFilename())
It may even be just a simple if statement instead but I cant seem to find the answer.
If there are records meeting the criteria are found, they are to be copied to a 2nd worksheet. Otherwise, the remainder of the code is to be executed. I am getting an error "No Cells were found" (which is true since the autofilter doesn't net any results) with the line highted in red.
Consider this snippit of ' ' courts ' Courts: Dim lcrtcopy As Long End_RowDest = 0 wshV.Activate ActiveSheet.Unprotect With Worksheets("Crts_Temp") If .FilterMode Then .ShowAllData 'disable advanced filter of data if applicable End With..........
I've got some code that reformats a file that a supplier sends us. They seem to randomly change the structure, so I'm trying to make the code a bit more robust.
Part of the code uses MATCH to look for specific column headings, so I've got some error handling around this of the format:
On Error GoTo NoIncCol Line using MATCH On Error GoTo Exiting where Exiting is my standard error handling (Close without Save) and NoIncCol is the same, but with an error message saying that the term the code was trying to MATCH can't be found. This works well for me.
In another part of the code, I need to check for another column heading, which so far has turned up in two different forms. At the moment I'm doing this as follows:
With Sheets("Sheet1").Range("1:1") Set rFound = .Find("Term1") If Not rFound Is Nothing Then a = "Term1" Else
This feels a bit clunky, and I don't really like having what is essentially error-handling in the middle of my code. But the only other way I can think of to do it is to use a GoTo, and I believe that's not really considered good practice either.
I need to:Turn off "save" and "save as" command barsPrompt user for a unique filename Save file to a specific directory on the network common to all "p:dataprc"Requery user if filename exists and if they DON'T want to overwrite.Return to worksheet (there is only one) if the user cancels from the message box.Turn commandbars back on The macro runs from an on screen button I get bug errors on NO or CANCEL when clicked in the message box. This is my current
Private Sub Workbook_Open() Application.CommandBars("Worksheet Menu Bar").Controls("File").Controls("Save As...").Enabled = False Application.CommandBars("Worksheet Menu Bar").Controls("File").Controls("Save").Enabled = False End Sub
Sub SaveMe() ' ' Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+z ' Dim BaseDir As String Dim NewName As String BaseDir = "p:dataprc" ...........
I have a UserForm (and associated code) to locate a specific entry in Column 'A' of a spreadsheet and insert a date, initials, and hyperlink to another file.
The basic code works fine, but did not account for the user entering a Job# that was not in the system, so I added an If/Else to account for this... The additional code took the If (Job# not found) route every time... Following many hours of searching this site and variations of the error handling code, I still can not get it to work.
So I'm asking for your assistance to point out why the error handling (based on other successful code found here) is not working for me.
'Insert Link Private Sub CommandButton3_Click()
If TextBox1.Value = "" Then MsgBox "Please Insert a Job#" Exit Sub ElseIf TextBox2.Value = "" Then MsgBox "Please Insert Quoters Initials" Exit Sub ElseIf TextBox3.Value = "" Then MsgBox "Please Insert Quote Date" Exit Sub
The 'Find' part of the code is working, as the correct cell is selected after running the code... but it gives the error message, instead of executing the rest of the code...
If I remove the 'On Error Resume Next', it stops on the find block, where on inspection FindR = Nothing.
So if FindR does = Nothing, how did it manage to select the cell?
When I enter this formula I get a #VALUE! error. I think it's because cell AG46 has an IF formula that results in "blank" if 0. How do I fix this error so that it includes cell AG46 and if cell AG46 is blank it counts it as a zero?
=SUM(A12)-(AG46*8)(=40 is the answer I'm looking for) =SUM(40)-(0*8)
I'm trying to add a little error handling in my code. I have a macro that, when running opens a number of workbooks. At the end of the macro, my code then closes all the workbooks I've opened.
I was wanting to create an error-handling procedure that displayed a message box, and then closed any workbooks that I've opened during the course of the macro. Obviously the error could trigger at any point, so not all workbooks may have been opened at the time
My code is as follows - I've tried On Error Resume Next in the error-handling code, but Excel still returns an error that it can't find the Incidents_MTD sheet when trying to close it.
Code: On Error GoTo ReportError code code code ReportError:
what i could do to the code below so that if 2 cells are accidentally highlighted - it wont come up with a type mismatch error on the line below in red.
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)
With ThisWorkbook.Sheets("price").Range(ActiveCell.Address) If .Value = "" Then UserForm2.TextBox1.Value = "No Trade Selected" Else UserForm2.TextBox1.Value = Format$(WorksheetFunction.RoundUp(Val(Sheets("price").Range(Target.Address).Value), 2), "$ 0.00")
I have a excel document that is very heavy with Data Validation List Boxes. Below is just one example. Error handling is what I am trying to figure out. Description: I have 3 List Boxes. One list box data is based on data selected in the previous list box.
1st List Box uses this formula: =Series 2nd List Box uses this formula: =INDIRECT($C$2) 3rd List Box uses this formula: =INDIRECT($C$3)
It all works! HOWEVER.... If user decides to go back and change selection in first or second list box, and forgets to change the data in the second or third box, then data will be incorrect. How do I solve this problem? Is there anyway to write something so it would give them an error message and instructing them to correct the data?
The following code shows the bare bones which illustrate my problem. The routine runs whenever the user enters a string which begins "Frm1=" and contains exactly three commas.
My problem is with the MsgBox which appears if the ErrorHandler is reached. With the following code the MsgBox requires two clicks on OK to dismiss it. If I change Resume to GoTo it requires only one. Is this normal? Is there any way of dismising the MsgBox with one click? ...
I have some code below. I have error handling in place for when it tries to open a specific file. If it isn't there then user has option to continue and ignore this file, or browse and select a new one.
The problem is, when the user wants to ignore the file, the "Resume Next" continues to run the VBA assuming the file was ok i.e. the code after the line to open the file. What I would like is for it to skip the succeeding code and go to look for the next file.
Below is the VBA:
Code: For i = 0 To 2 Step 1
'add in error handling for if the file is missing On Error GoTo MissingFile Workbooks.Open Filename:="\hbeu.adroot.hsbcdfsrootgb002hfcfinance01fnce" & qfolder & "Data" & qfile(i), UpdateLinks:=False, ReadOnly:=True
qMissingPrompt = "There was an error opening data file. Click OK to browse or Cancel to ignore and move to next file" qAns = MsgBox(qMissingPrompt, vbOKCancel) 'click cancel - ignore error and move onto the next file If qAns = vbCancel Then
So, where it says Resume Next, currently it will start running the following (after On Error Goto 0)
Code: Set datawb = ActiveWorkbook
range("A2").Select Do Until ActiveCell.Value = "" etc.
What I would like it to do is go back to is to go to the next i
Code: For i = 0 To 2 Step 1
Or even to go to the 'Next' statement at the end so that it moves onto the Next i and tries to open the next file.
I have written a VBA procedure which loops through excel files in an array: in turn it opens the file, refreshes the data, saves the file and closes. I would like to write an error handler which stores the file which errored (copied from the loop iteration) and the error description to an array. The error handler should then close the file and continue with the next iteration - e.g.
Code: If ActiveWorkbook.ReadOnly Then ActiveWorkbook.Close Next i *Although a generic if error may be better.
My idea is that all files which errored in some way will be stored in an array which I can automatically print/send to a user so they can manually figure out the problem. (This element falls outside the range of this query).
Below is a simple example of my efforts which only contains one file in the array to make things simpler: the error handler section won't work, it's just there to show my thinking
Code: Sub Refresh_CRIS() On Error GoTo Errorhandler Dim routepath As String routepath = " chdfsSharedAreaPrivateTest" ChDir routepath
Errorhandler: On Error Resume Next Failed = Array(i) If ActiveWorkbook.ReadOnly Then 'Just an example for testing ActiveWorkbook.Close Else MsgBox "Pivots which failed to refresh:" & Failed '& ", ", 0, "Debug" 'Test with msgbox End If End Sub
I am currently creating a database which involves using a macro to create new worksheets in the workbook. When the macro is run and a work sheet is being inserted, an input box asks the user for a worksheet name.
As you can imagine, the worksheet does not like it when the worksheet name input by the user, is the same as one already existing and so throws up a 1004 error.
In order to resolve this error I have included an error handling code to request the user to input a differnet worksheet name, as the one previously inserted exists.
My problem: It all works fine until the user types in an existing worksheet name twice, so once initially and again when the error handler has prompted a second attempt. On the second incorrect input a 1004 error warning is displayed.
I would like the error handler to keep repeating until a worksheet name that doesn't exist is inserted by the user. Is this possible?