I've been mucking around and wondered if it possible to hide a row that has a combo box in it, that when I hide the row the combo box will be hidden to as well and if the row gets unhidden it should also unhide the combo box?
I have this file in which I have 25 empty rows in between different categories. On the side of each category there is a plus sign which is supposed to unhide an empty row below the last used one, and a minus sign which should hide the last empty row within the category (i.e. mobilization, earthworks...). I faced many problems and tried to simplify it as much as possible (trying the code for only one category, msgboxes with the values to understand what was going on) but no luck. The problem that I have been stuck at the moment is that when I try to count the rows from C73 to the last used row, it bypasses the hidden ones. I have a mess of a code and a print screen which I am attaching. printscreen.jpg
VB: Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick( _ ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean) Dim rInt As Range
I highlighted a selection of rows and clicked HIDE, now I want to unhide certain rows and when I highlight the rows above and below and right click - unhide nothing happens. I need to Unhide to find something.
I've come across a spreadsheet where certain rows and columns (typically top rows or left columns) are hidden; however, there's no way to unhide them (the unhide function is grayed out) and it doesn't seem to be protected or no visible macros/vba on the file.
I'm creating a "welcome" page to the workbook with instructions on how to update data. The data between the 20 sheets consists of pivot tables, charts and summary data. The Visible sheets are data for management's review (all protected). The 3 hidden sheets are pivot tables that the user needs to pull data from and the very hidden sheets are not to be seen by anyone.
In my "welcome" page, I added the instructions of how to update data, but wanted an area where I could assign a checkbox or button to click on for the user to unhide my 3 hidden sheets (say Sheet1, Sheet2 and Sheet3). I do not want it to unhide my very hidden sheets. Then, when the information needed is retrieved from those sheets, I would like the user to use a checkbox or button to hide the 3 hidden sheets again. Is there a way to do this?
I tried creating custom view but couldn't do that because of the pivot tables (the option was disabled). I'm a beginner in VBA so don't even know how to begin.
I have a spreadsheet that has 28 columns for time entries. Typically only the first 12 columns are used, so I would like to hide the remaining 16 columns (which makes the spreadsheet much more user-friendly). It would probably be nearly impossible to teach all of them how to Unhide the remaining columns (and re-Hide), plus I would like to use the full-screen function when employees enter thier times. I would like to use a form control in the column heading so that when the employees 'check' it, it will Unhide and then re-Hide the columns. Any way to do this? Seems like a VB thing to me (out of my league, but would be happy to add one in!).
I am looking for a way to hide and unhide tabs. The first sheet of the workbook is an information sheet and I have a dropdown box in cell N3 to select Yes or NO to correct financial issues. If I select NO I would like to also hide tabs for sheet 4 and sheet 22.
I have used this for hiding rows:
If ActiveSheet.Cells(2, 2).Value = 0 Then Rows(146).Hidden = True
I put the correct cell in place $K$23, now I want to hide a worksheet called "DutyCode" when info!$k$23 is blank or has "xx" or "XX" in the cell, and then unhide "DutyCode" when the number 27 is inputed in info!$k$23
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Address "$k$23" Then Exit Sub If Target.Value = 1234 Then Worksheets("Sheet2").Visible = True Else Worksheets("Sheet2").Visible = False End If End Sub
I am using the code below on my spreadsheet. What is does is hides Row #1 until Row 41 is reached. When 41 is reached Row 1 appears. Unfortunately (for me) I need to alter this code and was wondering if anyone could tell me if it is possible. First the Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)
If Rows(1).Hidden (Target.Row < 41) Then ActiveSheet.Unprotect Application.ScreenUpdating = False Rows(1).Hidden = Target.Row < 41 ActiveSheet.Protect Application.ScreenUpdating = True End If
What I would now like to happen is that Row 1 stays hidden UNTIL Row 16 is OFF Screen. Can that be done? What has happened is that my row 16 contains the heads for my input table. I have now had to set the rows to resize to accommodate data input. If no rows are resized then Row 16 stays visible until I reach row 40. When row 41 is reached then Row 1 appears which contains my headers as well. I hope this makes sense to someone...
SO, IF I can get a code that would keep row one hidden until Row 16 is off screen then it will not matter what rows expand.
I made this simple little macro to hide/unhide a row on a different sheet based on a check box. The row hides fine. The problem I have is unhide. I uncheck the box, but the row stays hidden. What am I missing to make this little gem come to life? This is for tracking popcorn sales for scouting and I'm trying to make it as easy to use as possible.
Sub Patrol1_Scout1() If True Then Sheets("Show_n_Deliver_Sold").Rows("7:7").EntireRow.Hidden = True End If
If False Then Sheets("Show_n_Deliver_Sold").Rows("7:7").EntireRow.Hidden = False End If End Sub
It seems there may be an event or something that happens when a row is hidden/unhidden. I have this simple function that gives TRUE / FALSE if the Cell's Row or Column is Hidden.
Public Function IsVisible(MyRange As Range) IsVisible = ((Rows(MyRange.Row).Hidden = False) And _ (Columns(MyRange.Column).Hidden = False)) End Function And a formula in a cell =IsVisible(A1)
When I hide/unhide the ROW - the formula recalculates automatically without having to do the F2 Enter thing..
But when I hide/unhide the COLUMN, it does not recalculate automatically. I have to do the F2 Enter thing to get it to recalculate.
Even putting Application.Volatile in there doesn't do it.
I'm just curious why it recalculates when the row is hidden/unhidden but not when the column is hidden/unhidden? Is there a hidden event that could be used? I often see posts of people trying to prevent hiding rows.
I want to hide & unhide columns using only (plus minus) button which is appearing on top of current sheet. I have couple of files with that options built in, but I dont know how to do it. I tried to see macros but appears that there is no macros at all in that file??
This is what I have been using but it has become very difficult since my Rows are always moving down when I insert new data into my pivot data source. So instead of having to constantly update my codes, I would like to just hide the entire PivotTable with my toggle button
Develop a macro that will enable me to hide or unhide worksheets.
Basically, I have a few worksheets in my workbook and I want to have a page at the front with two buttons. One for Unhide sheet and the other for Hide sheet. Once activated, I want it to give me a list of worksheets that I can click to hide or unhide (depending on the button i click).