I am a newbie to Excel. I really appreciate if someone could help me here and this is very urgent as I have a project going on.
I have a cell say B3, which is a dropdown list I created using Data Validation. It only lists down Yes or No.
What I need is when you click on Yes in B3, i need columns C to I to unhide. If answer is No, column C to I should be hidden. By default, the columns will be hidden.
Can you please help? I tried many times but not successful. Appreciate if someone will be able to walk me through details. If you want to see the sample spreadsheet, I can sent it to you by email. I tried Data> Outline group but they are not happy with this.
I am hoping to create a drop down list of months in one sheet, and when I select a certain month, columns in about 10 other worksheets in the same workbook will either hide or unhide columns...
The spreadsheet is laid out with columns (C-N) for each month in the year, for actuals, then columns for budget and budget variance (O-P), then YTD Actual, YTD Budget and YTD Variance. When I select September, for example, I want October-December to hide, and leave Jan-Sep unhidden, while keeping the budget, YTD and variance columns.
Is there a way to have a column unhide one choosing a certain value from a dropdown list (validation)? I want the column to be hidden throughout the worksheet until a specific value is chosen in the list. Once it's chosen then I want it to unhide that column.
worksheet I am working on at the moment, basically if row 5 has a 0 displayed I want that column to hide, but if row 5 has text of any value displayed I want it to unhide, the range is E5 to BA5 across.
I've attached one speadsheet :- "VBA.xls". The following conditions are to be done:- 1. When D2=1, Column "F","G" are visible & Column "I","J","L","M" are hidden. 2. When D2=2, Column "I","J" are visible & Column "F","G","L","M" are hidden. 3. When D2=3, Column "L","M" are visible & column "F","G","I","J" are hidden.
I am trying to hide/unhide columns based on what is return to cell C2 from this lookup (=VLOOKUP(B2,GM!E2:M129,9,FALSE)). It can only return 3,6 or 9
If it returns 3 I want to hide columns I:P If it returns 12 I want to hide columns E:L If it returns 6 I want to hide E:H and M:P
I have been trying to work with this code which I found on this forum but I haven't been able to get it working fully. It only works when C2 is entered rather than calculated and I can't get it working for the M:P part of the third option.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Dim Changed As Range Set Changed = Range("C2") If Not Intersect(Target, Changed) Is Nothing Then Range("A:Z").EntireColumn.Hidden = False
I need to show hidden columns based on the date I entered. For example, if I entered "1/1/1990" on a1 as the starting date and "4/30/1990" on b1 as the ending date. I want Excel to show the columns that are covered by the date, thus it shows Jan, Feb, March and April. How do I do that? Here's an example attachment. In here Sheet 1 is the starting point, the highlighted cells is where I enter the date. the Result sheet shows what I want Excel to show me when I have a date entered.
I am building a sheet to display deadlines (rows) by project (columns). I would like to have it automatically hide the rows and columns based on the date of the deadline. If the deadline is today or 1 week from today the associated rows and columns should be visible, otherwise, I would like to hide them.
My table is A1:N9, with A1 being a blank, row names A2:A9, and column names B1:N1.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Column <> 13 Then Exit Sub If InStr(Target.Value, "Other (specify in next column)") Then Columns("N").Hidden = False ElseIf WorksheetFunction. CountIf(Columns("M"), "Other (specify in next column)") = 0 Then Columns("N").Hidden = True End If End Sub
but I have a lot of columns that I need to perform as above and I have put the code together as below
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) On Error Resume Next
If Target.Column = 13 And InStr(Target.Value, "Other (specify in next column)") Then Columns("N").Hidden = False ElseIf WorksheetFunction.CountIf(Columns("M"), "Other (specify in next column)") = 0 Then.................
Using the above code, when I selected more than one cell anywhere in my workbook and pressed delete I was bugging out with a runtime error 13 message. You can see from the above code that I inserted "On Error Resume Next" - this got rid of the runtime error 13 message, but now when I select more than one cell and press delete, hidden columns are incorrectly revealed in my worksheet. how I can extend the working code at the top of this posting so that it works for a number of different columns in my Worksheet i.e. without the runtime error 13 occurring and without columns being incorrectly revealed.
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 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 got this problem with my excel spreadsheet. I wanted to hide different row when i select different option from my dropdown list. At start, my B3 cell is empty therefore every row is shown. Thing work fine when i select any of the option(a,b,c,d). However when i changed my option from "a" to "b", row1 is still being hide. What can i do to refresh it?
I have a list box on a worksheet that contains the following names: field, vessel, pipe, structural. I would like to be able to unhide certain rows based on the name shown in the list box. For example, if I choose field it would unhide rows 3 thru 12, if i choose vessel it would unhide rows 13 thru 20, so on so forth. If nothing is choosen in the list box then rows stays hidden.
The code below if I run once Hide the Range("H:FV,GG:IV") and shows the Range("A:G, FW:GF") And if I run it again Unhide the Range("H:FV,GG:IV") And Show all columns
Code: Sub Hide_Unhide()Range("H:FV,GG:IV").Select If Selection.EntireColumn.Hidden = True Then Range("H:FV,GG:IV").EntireColumn.Hidden = False Else Range("H:FV,GG:IV").Select If Selection.EntireColumn.Hidden = False Then Range("H:FV,GG:IV").EntireColumn.Hidden = True End If End If Range("A1").Select End Sub
Above code is working with 2 cases now is it possible to add 3rd case Hide Or Unhide Range("H:GG,GI:HJ,HO:IV") in the same code, and shows the Range("A:G, GH, HK:HN")
Resume: my request Step1-if I run macro First time it must Hide Range("H:FV,GG:IV") and shows the Range("A:G, FW:GF") Step2-If I run macro Second time it must Hide Range("H:GG,GI:HJ,HO:IV") and shows the Range("A:G, GH, HK:HN") Step3-if I run macro third time it must show all columns
And repeat same cycle all time Step 1 to 2, Step2 to 3 and Step3 to 1
I have a worksheet with a fair amount of data. It is split into two parts: the main part is a table with data in columns D to AR while the other part is simply a list with checkboxes against each item. I have set things up so that when a checkbox is ticked against an item in the list, then a 2 appears in row 2 above the relevant column in the main table; if the checkbox is unticked then a 2 appears above the relevant column.
What I seek is a macro that will hide all columns that do not have the associated item ticked; in other words, I want columns to be hidden if there is a 1 in the relevant cell in Row 2 (and visible if there is a 2 there).
I have used the following code (obtained from this forum), but it doesn't work as expected. When I select the items, the cells in Row 2 react as expected, but the hiding and unhiding only occurs when I go to another Worksheet and then return to the Worksheet where the data is. Obviously I want the macro to work immediately I tick or untick a checkbox. What is wrong with the code I have used?
Private Sub Worksheet_Activate() Call HideCols End SubSub
I have a range of columns ( J:AH) which i have to hide from the user interface.In order to unhide, the editor must enter a password. He/ She can only enter the password thrice. After 3 times, if it is still wrong, the whole workbook must be closed. Is this possible? If not, I'll settle for something less complicated.
I need hide/show some column by using Macro Button. I have attached the excel sheet( name VBA testing.xls). I need to hide column K,L,N,O & visible column G,H by clicking button "Plan A".Similarly i need to hide the column G,H,N,O & unhide the column K,L by clicking the button "Plant 2. Similarly by clicking the Button "Plant 3", hiding the column G,H,K,L are needed whereas column N,O will be unhide.
I have a speadsheet that has 27 columns for time entries, however employees seldom need to use more than the first 12 columns. I need to protect the sheet but would like the employees to be able to Unhide the columns when they need to use them, then reHide them. I can't find this as an option in either 2003 or 2007.