Formula On A Page Updated When Any Value On The Page Is Changed
Mar 27, 2009
Assume that calculation is set to automatic and not manual, then is every formula on a page updated when any value on the page is changed, or only when the values in the cells pertaining to a particular formula change?
For instance, if cells a1-a10 have values and in a11 is a sum a1-a10 formula, and in b1-b10 are values and a sum b1-b10 formula in b11, if I change a value in range b1-b10 but do not change any values in a1-a10,then as well as the formula in b11 updating will the formula in a11 recalculate or does excel keep track of which cells have changed and thus is aware that the formula in a11 does not need to be recalculated?
When I view a sheet under Page Break Preview, it shows the Page numbers in the centre of the Page. While I am aware that it would not print the page number I was wondering if there is an option to remove/hide the page numbers.
I am looking for a formula that will take data from one page and graph it on another page. The data I am trying to graph is arranged like so:
1 q 2009.05.01 2 w 2009.05.02 3 w 2009.05.01 4 q 2009.05.01
I am looking for something that will look at column A and if the answer is "q" and then look at column B and if the answer is "2009.05.01" Excel will take that and count it in a specific cell on another page. In the case above, I want Excel to give me the answer of "2" in a designated cell.
I have a list of urls and I need to check them regularly, if they are updated or not. All the pages are from the same website and in same format. The information I need to check if updated or not is inside a table.
I have had a TREMENDOUS amount of assistance from a true gentleman, Jaslake; aka John. In an attempt to quite monopolizing his time I wanted to throw this at the board. I have a number of sub sheets with exact ranges of (B4,d4:b44, D44) update an individual cell (H6:H86) in the” summary” page. My attachment explains it in detail but currently I will show you the formula that resides in (H6) of "Summary". (H6) = Sheet "1". This formula only covers (B4,D4:B10,D10) for example purposes but I need it to run all the way through (B4,d4:b44, D44) for all 80 sheets.
March 01, 2009-Today looks good | March 02, 2009-Today looks bad|March 03, 2009 - Today we had issues in Boston|March 04, 2009-Issues in Dallas | March 05, 2009-Issues In New York|March 06, 2009 - New York is complete|March 07, 2009 - Dallas is Complete
NOW, with this said what I really would like to happen, if it is possible, is to have the "Summary" (H6) only have the last range that has been updated showing. So if currently B4,D4 is showing in (H6) once the user types into B5,D5 then it replaces B4:D4. I would like this action to repeat itself until the user has completed their event. The reason I can not stick with a formula in (H6:H86) is because I have a macro running a copy.paste, then clear.contents once a selection is made in Column 4. The information must remain on the sub-sheets but it can be replaced in “Summary “. “Summary” is only a quick view of the current status while the sub sheets are a log of all the work done. So, the following
I have some code that parses an html table. I want to put in error handling in case the format of the page changes or the internet page is unavailable. I am testing without an internet connection and the run time error is not being branched off to the error handler and is fatally ending the macro. This is true also if I raise an error manually.
Private Sub ParseInjuryPage() On Error Goto ErrorHandl Dim strPage As String Dim webIE As SHDocVw.InternetExplorer Dim myURL As String Dim tableBeg As Long Dim tableEnd As Long Dim RowBeg As Long Dim rowEnd As Long Dim cellBeg As Long Dim cellEnd As Long Dim strBeg As Long Dim strEnd As Long Dim myCell As Range Dim rowNum As Integer With Sheets("INJ") Set myCell = .Range("A2") .Range("A:F").Value = vbNullString rowNum = 2 Set webIE = New SHDocVw.InternetExplorer myURL = "http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/injuries" webIE.Navigate myURL Do Until webIE.ReadyState = READYSTATE_COMPLETE DoEvents Loop strPage = webIE.Document.body.innerhtml...................................
I have a sheet that changes the number of columns based on data from other sheets. This is the only sheet in the workbook that I will print out every day. I have it set right now to fit all columns on one page, however sometimes this will result in the bottom 1/3rd of the sheet not being used. If I use fit all rows on one page, then some of the columns will get cut off. Is there a way to scale in both directions? My guess is there is not, but I thought I would ask because it would work great for me if I could.
I have a report that I use and right now I have a command button that prints the report x2. What I would like to do is to have it print one in color and one in grayscale. I could do this I think with two different buttons, but I would like to utilize just one. I tried creating a macro but it did not pick up the fact that I changed the properties to black and white.
I have a workbook that has 9 different tabs in it. Once all the information has been completed throughout the workbook, is there a code that could transfer specific data on each page to a different colum on that same page? I need to do this for 9 pages at one time. The information is listed differently on each page. I need to transfer data from the current data column to the previous data column once the entire workbook has been filed out.
how to get rid of the page numbers that appear when using page break preview mode. The page numbers appear in large grey font in the middle of each page and sometimes makes it difficult to read cells. Can I use this view with all the same functionality without that one feature?
I need a macro that will print a hidden page that is linked to the page I have active.
It needs to be able to find the correct hidden page that corresponds to the active page because there are multilple pairs of the hidden/visible pages. The name of the hidden page is the same as the visible one with "printout" added to the end. When created, the sheet code names are sheetn and sheetm; n and m being consecutive numbers.
Working with 2000 Excel is bringing some new chalanges. I see things are done different. I am trying now to keep my header to repeat from page to page.
For example I have a header that may say something like: People, numbers, date, ect. And there are so many new rows they go on for pages long. How can I keep my header on the top of each page when it prints out on paper.
What I want to do, is to populate the Lois, Beth, Kelly and Shelley pages with the rows from the Que page when they get assigned to one of them. I tried to program then off of a different example in the forum. It didn't work. Will include the copy.
I've been having some problems with an excel page whereby I need to know the underlying formula used but can't actually click or edit any of the cells other than 3.
The page is designed for you to enter three variables which are then used to calculate a transport rate, I need to know how they calculated the transport rate but I can't click on any of the cells other than the 3 that they let me (so can't see the formula used).
I have a simple pivot. In the columns to the right I have a few formulas. The user simply sees the pivot and extra columns---they have no idea they are looking at a hybrid type thing and they DO NOT EVER manipulate the pivot in any way other than choosing a particular DEPT form the page area.
I set this thing up by first select: ALL for the Dept and the dropiing my formulas down to the end of the sheet (actually a few hunded lines after that to allow for some data over the year)
The trouble is that if the user picks a particular dept, at the end of the dept data, not only does the user see the formula extended down numerous row (I can use cond formating to make the font white, ie hide them) BUT worse when printing it prints numerous extra pages.
So, is there a way to only make it print to where the pivot data ends.....not where the formula ends..WITHOUT the user having to do a SELCT PRINT AREA type thing.....
Ex: User picks Dept 1003, data ends after Code 99, formulas extend down past that in case user selects ALL Depts. We want printing to stop after Code 99 though....NOT to print a bunch of 'extra' pages....
I have a Date in Cell A1 Page 1 and I need a formula to put in Cell A2 on Page 1 that if there is a "matching" Date in any cell in Row B1-B7 of Page 2 that the data in the corresponding row C1-C7 on Page 2 will be placed back on Page 1 Cell A2.
I am trying to find a formula that will allow me to reference another page in my spread sheet. In my scenario the row I am referencing has 5 consectutive numbers after the reference point I would use for a vlookup. These numbers are all zeros except for one number in each row which will be a positive number greater than zero. I want my formula to check the first cell in the row, if it is not a zero it will show that number, but if this cell contains 0, then it moves over to the next cell. If all the cells in the row have a zero, then i just want zero to appear on my summary sheet. I tried to do a vlookup with an IF function, but I couldn't get it to work. I have attached a sample of what the spreadsheet looks like.Example doc.xlsx
I have a booklet I want to print from Excel 2000. I'm not seeing how to have the HEADER on page one only. The header is coming up on all pages. Is there a way to tell Excel to print the Header on page one only?
I have a summary page that includes the titles for each tab within the excel 2003 workbook. I want to use the names of the tabs in the summary page and create it into a formula to lookup fixed cells within the various tabs. Sorry for not uploading an excel doc but I was at work earlier and the thread did not load for some reason, so I am reposting it.
Sheet 1 is my main page containing all my data, full of formulas and is protected. Sheet 2 is a simple sorting page with no color and is simply for sorting and printing.
Sheet 2 has IF formulas refrencing rows and cells on Sheet 1.
Example Sheet 1 A2= Bob
Sheet 2 A2="" until I put in this formula:
=IF(Sheet 1!A2="","",Sheet 1!A2)
Now Sheet 2 A2= Bob
But when I delete a row in Sheet 1 (using my cool new macro...long story)
I get #REF! in the cells on my sorting sheet, as I should I guess, because there is no more row there to reference. It's annoying, but what do I do to fix it without just unchecking the #REF! in autofilter on Sheet 2.
I just want to eliminate #REF!
Do I need to put something else in the IF formula?
I have a Schedule Grid that I've created. When a cell gets updated, I'd like for another cell to be changed (as to trigger some conditional formats that I have going on). I figured it'd be rather easy, and it was... sort of.
This is the code that I am using:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
If Target.Column < 4 Or Target.Column > 10 Then Exit Sub If Target.Row < 4 Or Target.Row > 422 Then Exit Sub
Target.Offset(0, 9).Value = 1
End Sub The code worked perfectly, up until a random moment. Not sure why, but now, the code only works when the cell is updated by a manual entry or deletion. If I use a validation list (which is the primary form of entry), it runs every line of code EXCEPT the Target.Offset(0,9).Value=1.
Here's the strange part. I took it home, and it works fine there. It used to work fine on my computer at work, now it doesn't. Nor does it work on the computer that I need to present this on tomorrow.
I've tried entering in a MsgBox() event both before and after the Target.Offset line. The first message box appears, so I know the code is passing through the restriction lines. But the second message box is not appearing. The code for whatever reason exits the sub at the Target.Offset.
I downloaded a free Excel Check Registry. The first page is what it should be. But the second, third etc. pages are only the basic Excel style. Please tell me how I can make all the pages to look like the first one. I hope I explained it right.