I found several examples on google, but unfortunatly it conflicts with another macro I use for forceing users to enable macros (hide all sheets except one if macros are disabled).
The attached file is an example contaning the save&close code and the show/hide sheets depending on macros enabled.
If the file is opened with macros disabled then only one sheet will be visible. If the file is opened with macros enabled other sheets are visible.
The problem if that this code uses a custom save, witch makes the save&close not save... (in module1 and in ThisWorkbook)
The pourpose of the save&close is to make sure some users don't forget the excel open and thus block access to it. So if a certain idele time passes excel has to save and close without any confirmation messages.
What would be the macro if i need to hide multiple select sheets? I'm working on a test with 12 sheets. Even number sheets contains the fields that they need to answer and the Odd number sheets contains the formula for score computing including the answers so it needs to be like this:
Sheet 2 - The test Sheet 3 - Must be hidden Sheet 4 - The test Sheet 5- Must be hidden Sheet 6- The test Sheet 7 - Must be hidden
I already have the code to unhide all sheets, just need the macro to hide specific sheets like the ones above.
I would like to have a macro that will hide a column based on the value in the row. I have multiple sheets and if row 4 (or more specific, B4:AL4) contains a zero, then I'd like the whole column to be hidden on that sheet. I'd like to be able to run the macro and it evaluate every worksheet.
I'm trying to only show specific sheets per user using the environ variable and this code seems to work for the single user / sheet but the master user does not function correctly i.e. the code does not show all sheets, this is the code I am using:
Why the above code does not respect the Master User "Jane" should be able to see all sheets?
I would like to be able to use the before save event to hide some sheets before the save then after unhide some sheets. So that the user carrys on with the sheets they had before saving but when the document is reopened the correct sheets are hidden.
This is what I have so far but unfortunately when you click close and then save changes it runs the before save code and then goes around in circles, reasking the user if they want to save changes
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeSave(ByVal SaveAsUI As Boolean, Cancel As Boolean) Dim ws As Worksheet
Cancel = True Application.EnableEvents = False Sheets("Protected Content").Visible = True For Each ws In Worksheets If ws. Name <> "Protected Content" Then ws.Visible = False Next ws Me.Save For Each ws In Worksheets ws.Visible = True Next ws Sheets("Protected Content").Visible = False Application.EnableEvents = True
Sub ComboBox1_Chg() For Each Sheet In Worksheets If Sheet. Name <> "CoverPage" And Sheet.Name <> Sheets("CoverPage").ComboBox1 Then Sheet.Visible = False Else: Sheet.Visible = True End If Next Sheet End Sub
It works if I step through it (F8) but the ComboBox doesn't work. It's named ComboBox1, and in the properties the ListFillRange shows all of the names in the list in the ComboBox correctly.
sheet1 tab name is : MAIN and other sheet tab name like following 2. xyz-Sales 3. xyz-Rev 4. xyz-SSN 5. xyz-ddn 6. abc-Sales 7. abc-Rev 8. abc-ddn 9. abc-ssn 10. ddd-sales 11. ddd-Rev 12. ddd-ssn 13. ddd-ddn
In Main sheet There are 3 buttons
1 . XYZ 2. abc 3. ddd
when user press on xyz button then only xyz sheets (like sheet 2 to 5) are shows to user and other sheets are very hide
if user press abc button then only abc sheets (like sheet 6 to 9) are shows to user and other sheets are very hide
i don't want to use
Sheet2.Visible = xlSheetVeryHidden
i want to use finde xyz sheet tab name and shows and other are hide.
I have a workbook wherein I have 7 sheets.Lets say they are called Tom, Peter, John, Sia, Mia, Tia and "Home Page". I have 2 buttons for Report 1 and 2 to which I want to assign the macros.I also have a table wherein I have defined which sheets I want to show. First Column of table has sheet names from A2:A6(Home Page,Tom, Peter, John, Sia, Mia, Tia). Column 2 has report 1 sheets - Home Page, Tom, John, Mia and Column 3 has report 2 sheet names- Home Page, Peter, Sia, Tia
What I want to do is, if I click on "Report 1" button, I only want to show sheets whose names are there in cells under report 1 so for report 1 it will be Home Page, Tom, John, Mia. For Report 2, it will be Home Page, Peter, Sia, Tia. Since I have many reports I want this to be one macro. Stepwise, here is what I want
1. Click on button for Report, macro should check which report I am referring to and select the range on basis of that. Report 1 = column B, if Report 2, Range is column C. 2. Basis the range I want sheets to show or hide.
excal VBA programming.I have attached the file name "help" for your easy explanation purpose.
1. Is it possible to hide sheet nos. 1,2,3,4 & unhide the sheet as wished by me by puting the value (1or 2 or 3 or 4) in B3 cell.
2.There are per day production rate in E18 to E22 cell. Now whenever I will give value in H18 or H19 or H20 or H21 or H22, it will check whether the value is same with the respective E 18 or E19 or E20 or E21 or E22 cell. If both the values are not equal then give a message box "WARNING!!! YOUR VALUE IS NOT SAME". Can it be possible by creating VBA programming.
I have a standard laid out spreadsheet, but in column C, D and E, there are comments in each cell which are filled with a lot of text. I would like to set a macro so that whenever an 'a' is in column A, the comments for that row are shown/hidden (the 'a' being a tick symbol in Webdings). So if I place an 'a' in A4 and A23, and click a show/hide button, it causes the comments in C4, D4, E4; C23, D23 and E23 to be displayed, and when it is clicked again (or it could be a separate button), they disappear. If no row has an 'a' in the A column, then the button has no action. I have recorded a Macro of me showing and hiding comments, but of course that is for a specific row.
I have a simple macro that I have been using to hide columns in a very large spreadsheet. Essentially, the user has access to buttons that allow him to choose between a variety of the most commonly used views. For some reason, when I add columns and adjust the code to hide/reveal these columns, I get:
"Run-time error '1004' - Unable to set the Hidden property of the range class"
with the Debugger highlighting the code for "BO:DC". This problem occurs for several of the similar buttons, including toggle buttons, that hide/reveal columns. I am aware that custom views can be created in the drop-down menu, but I wanted to keep these buttons on the sheet as a quick means of moving from view to view and toggling columns between hidden and revealed.
I am trying to hide/show entire rows of a range based on the conditional formatting in the row. I want all rows with at least one overdue training cell (indicated by a red cell) displayed, and rows with no overdue training hidden. The conditional formatting formulas vary greatly, but always result in a white (unchanged), yellow, or red cell. Here is a sample picture for reference:
The CF formulas vary based mostly on two major factors: the frequency of the requirement found in Column "C" (Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual, or Annual Requirement), and the personnel's arrival on site or date of departure (wheels up) found in Rows("3:4"). Each training class has two rows. The first row indicates the last time the class was completed, and the second row shows when it is due next. Both rows have to be displayed/hidden based on the second row's conditional formatting. Here is the code I am using right now: ...
Basically I have a big table containing several columns for the different quarters. (Each quarter has several columns which are not all next to each other)
I would like to use 4 checkboxes which the user can select the show or hide the columns for that quarter. E.g. if Q1 and Q3 are checked only those are visible)
(if quarter 1 clicked than all columns are visible if unclicked hidden).
The code I have written workes well for the first checkbox (Q1), but for the other quarters (Q2, Q3 and Q4) the columns get hidden when checked (which should be the other way round) and don't get unhidden when unchecked.
Sub CheckboxQone() If Range("$A$1").Value = True Then Call showQ1 Else: Range("$A$1").Value = False Call hideQ1
Getting a macro to work. I've looked through the forums pretty extensively but ad I'm not too hot with the old vba, I haven't been able to get it working.
I have two worksheets in the same workbook. The first worksheet, let's call it Input, is one for data entry; and the second one, let's call in Output, is formatted for printing.
There are 8 drop down boxes from a data validation list, that when a particular option or three are selected, I need the Output worksheet to unhide only the rows associated with those options.
In trying to get this all to work, I'd added a function in the cell to the left of each option in the Output page that will show the text "show" when that option is selected on the Input page, or the text "hide" if not selected.
I think I could do this with some time with a clunky and long macro, but would prefer to us some kind of "for each" option to hide rows that have "hide" shown in column A, as I'm looking at a range of 100~ cells.
I found this code for a button, so I can collapse and expand a set number of rows within that sheet. It works exactly the way i want it to, however, now I have a second sheet in my workbook, and I used the same button. Problem here is that when I activate the button, it opens the same rows in EVERY sheet in the workbook. "For each ws in Worksheets" so my question is what is the term for it to only work on a certain worksheet?
Code: Private Sub ToggleButton1_Change()Application.ScreenUpdating = False Dim ws As Worksheet With ToggleButton1 If ToggleButton1.Value = True Then For Each ws In Worksheets
Other questions is about the ability to send an MS Outlook email from inside of excel.
I've been trying to find something that does the following:
Click button, Form pops up, has drop downs to select recipient, has field for subject, has field for message body, sends email.
I have over 60 sheets within a workbook. There are some sheets that I want to hide or unhide depending upon the macro. I have the MR and searched in several areas but keep coming up blank with how to either select or hide these sheets.
I want by using some code I've seen on this forum or using the macro writer and then tweaking the code. So with that said, I've written the attached code but I know there is probably an easier way to write it. It cycles through about 12 sheets using the same below code, but I didn't list that code.
Sub Hide_Rows() Dim i As Integer For i = 3 To 418 Sheets("AFA - UMBI").Select If ActiveSheet. Range("b" & i).Value = "2008-2" Then Rows(i & ":" & i).EntireRow.Hidden = True ElseIf ActiveSheet.Range("b" & i).Value = "2008-3" Then Rows(i & ":" & i).EntireRow.Hidden = True ElseIf ActiveSheet.Range("b" & i).Value = "2008-4" Then Rows(i & ":" & i).EntireRow.Hidden = True ElseIf ActiveSheet.Range("b" & i).Value = "2009-1" Then Rows(i & ":" & i).EntireRow.Hidden = True ElseIf ActiveSheet.Range("b" & i).Value = "2009-2" Then Rows(i & ":" & i).EntireRow.Hidden = True ElseIf ActiveSheet.Range("b" & i).Value = "2009-3" Then Rows(i & ":" & i).EntireRow.Hidden = True ElseIf ActiveSheet.Range("b" & i).Value = "2009-4" Then Rows(i & ":" & i).EntireRow.Hidden = True End If Next i End Sub
I have a workbook with 31 sheets. Each sheet has 15 textbox button that call macros. I would like to hide 1 textbox on all sheets until another macro is called. I know how to get the textbox names to be able to hide them, But because these text boxes were copied most of the are the same name, however on severl sheets they are different names "Textbox 4 on most sheets but it could be textbox 34 on others. The ones I want to hide all have the same text label. Is it possible to get VBA to return the label text.
Option Explicit forces explicit declaration of all variables in the code. That is why i had to declare ws as worksheet using the Dim statement before using it in the code. It is recommended to have it - however for this code it wouldn't have mattered.
I'm not sure I exactly follow what you imply here. But yes, you can hide all the sheets at first and then "unhide" at the start of the macro. Let's say you have a "Start" sheet.. then:
The workbook is used by other people too. I cannot just tell them to hide the sheets, it defeats the purpose. What I want is, when macro is disabled, they will only see the START sheet, otherwise, all sheets will be visible. To add to this, a new sheet is added everyday. Sheets name are calendar dates in mmdd format
Macro 1- hides Sheet1 and unhides Sheet2 Macro 2- Hides Sheet2 and unhides Sheet1
I used the macro recorder to attempt to make this work but am running into a problem if Macro1 is run two times consecutively. In this situation the macro displays a debugging error b/c Sheet1 is hidden. Is there a way to get around this...possibly using an if then statement?
I have a workbook that I edit daily then pass along to another team. All of my modules are passwork protected and there are also several sheets in the workbook that I hide before email it to the other team. I hide the sheets by changing the sheet properties in the VBA editor to "2 - xlSheetveryhidden".
This isn't a very time consuming process but I am wondering if there is a way to automate it through VBA?
I tried the the fail safe of "see what happens when I record it" but all I got was an empty Module.
I have 16 sheets and 4 additional sheets that will kind of 'Group' these 16sheets. For example: I have 'Sheet1', 'Sheet2', 'Sheet3'......, 'Sheet16'. 4 additional Sheets are: 'Group1', 'Group2', 'Group3', 'Group4'.
I need a help with macro so that when this workbook is open all 20 sheets ('Sheet1', 'Sheet2', 'Sheet3'......, 'Sheet16') will go into hiding and only 4 additional Sheets ('Group1', 'Group2', 'Group3', 'Group4') will be visible. Now, these 4 sheets will have the command button links to the following sheets:
This being said, when you click on each command buttons, the respective sheets will open up and when click on 'Hide All', all of the open sheets for that *additional sheet' for example sheet 'Group1' will go into hiding again.
I have a workbook that contains approx 50 sheets and will grow to somewhere in the region of 200.
The majority of sheets, which contain the raw data referenced by the renaining sheets, are hidden. I will occasionally need to update the data in some of those hidden sheets and would like an easy / quick way of unhiding them.
The front page has several comboboxes which select the page needed for the calculation being performed, eg I select Chapter2 in the first combobox, section 4 in the second and page 12 in the 3rd. The output is combined / abbreviated into into a cell eg Ch2-Sec4-P12. That being the name of a sheet I then use INDIRECTs to retrieve the data I want and place it in a spare sheet, that works well.
I'd like to do the same to select the sheet to unhide. I can setup the comboboxes to give the name of the sheet I want to unhide / hide in a cell but then I'm stuck;
How can I use the contents of a cell in place of the sheet name in a macro command such as Sheets("data").Visible = Not (Sheets("data").Visible) ?
I would like a macro to be able to save 26 tabs within the one document to individual PDFs.Preferably I would like to be able to specify each time exactly which tabs get printed, because often I don't need to print all 26, just the first 10 or so.I would like each PDF to automatically be named with the value in cell E10 of each tab.E10 already has a formula to create its final value. It references cells from other tabs within the same document. Hopefully the fact that this cell has a formula in it won't affect my ability to use the resulting value as a 'save as' reference?I would like it if the PDFs save to the same location as the Excel sheet from which they're generated is located. The location of the excel sheet will change every three months, so I'd prefer not to specify a location with a specific filepath, as it will have changed by the time I run the macro again.