I am creating a Macro to convert formulas to values on a Datasheet after each entry from a form (worksheet) is carried over. Since each entry will go on a separate row I created formulas to give the new datas location. I just can't get the syntax correct for it to run.
Sub Convert_Formulas_to_Values() Range("Reviews!$B$202").Value: Range("Reviews!$AF$202").Value.Select Selection.Copy[code]....
I'm trying to automate creating certain keyword combinations I need, based off of the values I input into reference cells in columns A - E; the goal is to compile a list of keywords which I will then use to track my rankings in search engines.
I'm looking to only output 500 keywords, so some of the cells in columns A, B, C & E will not contain data (column D will always have a primary Geo-target listed). This results in some of the concatenate formulas I've created outputting partial data (i.e. if there is no data in cell A10, and cell D2 contains the word "Knoxville", then cell I10 will output the data, "Knoxville "). How can I setup conditioning formatting or a formula so that these auto-generated cells appear blank if one of the reference cells has no data within it?The reason why I need the above to work is because I want to setup a formula that automatically counts the # of keyword combinations created by the data entered into any of the reference cells. With the partial combinations being listed, it skews my data. Which leads me to my next question: what is the best formula for counting the # of cells containing a full keyword combination from any of the cells listed in columns G - O (minus the data in the header cells; i.e. G1, H1, etc...)?Lastly, is there a formula I could use that would then aggregate all of the full keyword combinations within the "Complete Keyword List" column (column P)?
I want to use a sheet name presented as a text in a cell, for a table_array in a lookup function. What I mean: A sheet named as 123sheet contains the lookup array X1:Y999. A sheet named as sheetABC contains in cell A1 the text: "123sheet". Normal formula: HLOOKUP(A2;'123sheet'!X1:Y999;2;false). Wanted formula: HLOOKUP(A2;'A1'!X1:Y999;2;false) 'A1'! represents 123sheet.
I have a spreadsheet that has 1800 sumproduct formulas in it. Foe each day of the year it counts or sums 5 things. Each of these things has 2-3 criteria that is why I used sumproduct. The database it counts from is on the same sheet. It takes to long for the sheet to calculate. Is there a better way. I am using Excel 2003. The sheet itself is not huge 913 kb.
I found another thread Find And Replace Vba." I have looked and looked but can not find or figure out how, or what, to change to search formulas instead of the calculated value of the cell. I am writing code that will copy 2 sheets to new sheets and then rename the new sheets. Sheet1 and Sheet2 are the original sheets with Sheet2 having formulas that reference cells in Sheet1. I am creating new Sheet3 from Sheet1 and new Sheet4 from Sheet2 and wanto to find and replace all references to Sheet1 in Sheet4 to reference Sheet3 instead.
Is there a way I can add formulas dynamically to a sheet using VBA? I need to do cost calculations in the excel sheet for each company defined as an input from the user, so the number of formulas needed will change? Is there a way to write in the formulas to the sheet?
I am setting up an excel sheet, which requires over 40 sheets + an Input Sheet. The sheets are names, sheet 1, sheet 2, sheet 3...
now, cell A2 in sheet 1 uses a formula, say: 5.42*Input!A2
Cell A2 in sheet 2, would have the formula: 5.42*Input!B2
so and so so forth.
Since I am dealing with over 40 sheets, Is there any way of simplifying this process rather than manually typing out the formula in each of the 40 sheets (especially since each sheet would have over 40 rows, with Sheet 1, linking to Column A in the input sheet, Sheet 2 linking to column B and so on and so forth).
I created a financial model in sheet with a macro. The model works as designed. And the workbook can be saved with smaller steps. But with big steps that contains about 250,000 formulas, it seemed to take forever to have the work book saved, I have to canceled it after about 45 minutes. I tried it on different machines and all have the same problems.
I was wondering if it's possible to copy and paste formulas to a brand new excel sheet. I created an excel sheet with some forumlas but when I try to copy and paste it to a new page it only pastes the values and not the formulas.
Is there any way to transfer the formulas as well?
I was wondering if there was an easy way to copy columns (headings) and the formulas to a new sheet. I'm currently working on Sheet 1, need to copy everything onto a new sheet so I can keep things separated by week..
Example, Sheet 1 is Week October 30th, would like my 2nd sheet to have same exact headings and formulas which I would then rename to Week Nov. 1st etc..
Also, is there a way that I can then copy the 4 sheets that would make up a month into a new spreadsheet so I can then start December...
I have a master workbook that is referencing data from several other workbooks whose file names are based on the years data was taken. In the master work book on any given sheet, I would like to be able change the data being used in the formula calculations by simply changing the year value in a single cell. By changing the date value, the formulas are directed from one data workbook to another.
e.g. in the master workbook in Sheet1, if you enter 2008 into cell A1, all of the formulas in Sheet1 now pull values from 2008.xls; if 2008 was replaced with 2009 in cell A1 on Sheet1 of the master workbook, then all of the formulas on Sheet1 would now pull values from 2009.xls.As I am completely new to VBA (bought my first book last night), I am looking for any help that is out there. I am not entirely new to programming (used C++ to write numerical simulations) but I have zero experience writing macros and the like.
The full formula is quite long as this pick up the data off over 300 work sheets. (there's probably an easier way to do this aswell) When I copy or drag this to another cell with on the same worksheet it gives me the correct formular with the correct cells changes as I want. However this formular does not work. I have auto calculate on and I manually press enter on the cells and still nothing. If I change the following for the entire formula (about 8min to do each cell) it works
I have an excel file with 9 sheets and I want to copy all the data from those sheets to a master sheet but with out the formulas . I need the values only to appear in the master sheet. I used the following vba macro code which I found it while I was searching for an answer, it did it perfectly except for the formula part. !! I guess, it has to be edited by adding some codes with paste options but I don't know how!
Code: ' CollectMasterData Macro ' Sub CopyToMaster() Dim wkSht As Worksheet Dim DestSht As Worksheet Dim DestRow As Long Set DestSht = Sheets("MasterData")
Note: my headers are @ row 1 and 2 and my formula is in column A.
In my spreadsheet, I have approx. 300 'blocks' of data, one for each 'vendor'. I am tracking 5 stats for each vendor for 12 months. Each 'block' has 5 formulas WITH conditional formatting (only one condition used) for each month, so each 'block' has 60 individual cells with conditional formatting. Excel throws an error when I try to copy the block of formulas and formats down the sheet a few hundred times. I have figured out it isn't the formulas that is the problem. It must be some kind of limit Excel 2003 has for how many cells in a workbook can have conditional formatting.
I have a workbook where Sheet A is a Master Order Form. Employees will input the quantities they need in Column C. The sheet will be otherwise protected. Sheet B is a "printable" order form that only contains the rows from Sheet A where the Quantity on Sheet A is not blank and is >=1. This will allow me to print sheet B with no blank rows for the items I don't need.
I found the following formula which claims to be able to do what I want:
I use my workbook to track sales data from one store to the next. I use my workbooks to compare data from year to year. Each year's data is displayed on a separate worksheet. '2013' has 2013's data, '2014' has 2014's. On the 2014 sheet, I have a Prior Year's Sales that pulls data from the previous year's spreadsheet using a formula which I just drag down each day I enter sales. I would like to automate this process and have the VBA code check for today's date and automatically pull the previous year's sales data from the '2013' sheet and put it in the appropriate cell on the '2014' worksheet. I hope I have explained this well enough to understand. I've included a link to my workbook for reference.
I had to use dropbox since I can't post a file over 1 MB. The file size is around 1.25 MB.
I've found a few macros that will automate changing cell references from absolute to relative and they work great. However, when I run the macros on formulas that have references to another worksheet or workbook, the macro will not work correctly.
There 2 columns, 1 in which you input data and the other which has a formula which uses the data to do a calculation. There are about 30 rows already filled in.
When I go to insert a new row of data, the formula just appear after I type in the input column. If I click on the cell where the formula appeared before I typed in the data, there was no formula there. It is almost like an autofill, excel knows that I am going to copy down the formula. (It also copies down the formatting)
I've been using a macro which uses a vlookup and a concatenate to create some text without issue for a while. I'm just trying to add some functionality to it and give the option of adding some text after the generated string. So I have this formula from the form:
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Dim lookFor As Range Dim rng As Range Dim col As Integer Dim Found As Variant Dim add As long Set add = Me.add.Value