What I want to do is select all rows that contain the word conveyor in it. So far I have managed to select all the cells, I have also managed to select the entire row but one row at a time, I have even been able to turn all the cells a different color but I just want to highlight them for other formatting, copying, and several other things that need to be done. I have other documents this could be very useful in too so i want to make it a generic multi-line highlight rather than adding the formatting into the formula.
From what I understand this is a simple process but since I am new to programming and I am in need of help. I am trying to write into one of my macros that as it is searching in the sheet if it finds CRL in column C and if it finds a value between -1 and 100,000 in column K, then it will highlight the entire row green.What can I do to add this into my macro?
Code that will highlight a entire row when a cell from a column has a value of 0. It will check all the cell from Column C1:C100 and check all the cells that contains a 0 value. Need to highlight the entire row that contains this cell value and fill it in orange color.
I want to highlight an entire column based on whether a cell in that column is equal to today's date.
I know how to write a loop that cycles through all of the columns until it finds today's date and then modify the column's properties, I was wondering if there was an easier way to do it. Also, I want the highlighting to be temporary meaning it should not save.
The problem is when I highlight a row with some color the original color of the row is gone, so I tried this code, and again, it's removing the original format and color for the row This is the code from McGimpsey & Associates : Excel : Highlight row with background colors
Code: PrivateSub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Excel.Range) Const cnNUMCOLS AsLong=256 Const cnHIGHLIGHTCOLOR AsLong=36'default lt. yellow Static rOld As Range Static nColorIndices(1To cnNUMCOLS)AsLong Dim i AsLong IfNot rOld IsNothingThen'Restore color indices
How can I retain the range's historical color so that when I deselect the row it reverts properly?
Here's what i am trying to do... I have a workbook with lots of info, i believe there is a way to highlight an entire row and then run a macro that will then collect the info from certain columns (along the specific highlighted row) say, columns A-F and M & P for one example, the collected data will then be copied to a new pre-designed template, and pasted into set cells. The cells that the data will be pasted into will not be along one row though, the pre-defined template will resemble say, an application form Can this be done, I understand macros only at a basic level currently but am trying to understand the VBA way of creating them too now.
I am using Excel 2010. I have a pivot table where I want to highlight the ENTIRE row where a certain cell value equals something.
In essence I want all the Material Subtotal Rows highlighted "Orange" But as you can tell from the picture below I am having issues with the Body of the Pivot table. I have the formula checking to find whenever it finds the word total to highlight it.
The example below is showing how I need the row to be formatted. I can get the Data (Units) section formatted no problem. It is just the other part of the pivot table that I cannot format.
For the columns from Material to SAP # I have been trying to use Dynamic Name ranges using the Offset function. However, excel turns that Name range to a range and if I filter the pivot table, it adds extra ranges to the Applies to box and starts to really mess it up.
I am looking to change to color of an entire row based on the value of a single column in that row....Say I have an issue on a line and the "priority column is set to high" I would like that entire row to turn red....
I am looking to change to color of an entire row based on the value of a single collumn in that row....Say I have an issue on a line and the "priority collumn is set to high" I would like that entire row to turn red....
I would like to: 1 - Highlight the row for the first duplicate/single "Ana M." 2 - Then skip the next duplicate/single row "Jane S." 3 - Then Highlight the row for next duplicate/single "Sam" 4 - .... and so on.
Sample Data: NameStreetPhone Ana M.12 A St333-3333 Ana M.23 Z St333-3333 Jane S.12 A St555-5555 Jane S.15 Z St555-5555 Sam A.55 A St222-2222 Tony J.45 A St444-4444 Tony J.11 B St444-4444 Tony J.66 Z St444-4444
This is probably a VBA thing, but there might be a simpler solution. Either would be grand!
Basically, I have a four sheet workbook that needs to be printed out in its entirety (no problem doing that ); however, I would like the final sheet (called "Room Data") to be printed, let's say ten times.
So basically I'd get a single print of the first three sheets and ten of the "Room Data".
Any ideas on how to do this without having to manually print the final sheet multiple times or creating ten identical sheets in the workbook?
I'm looking to do some simple maths with ranges in Excel but I'd like a way to be able to input all these formulas automatically although I am pretty sure a single formula per column could do it all automatically. I've got to put the sums in AD to AF on the first line of each location, but the maths is for the entire location's range.
I created a spreadsheet for use by the shipping department where I work. We are trying to prevent pulling and shipping the incorrect item to the customer. This is how it works. The employee downloads a CSV file containing items that have been purchased from our website and imports the file into the excel. Then the item is pulled and the employee scans the item's barcode into the spreadsheet named "SCAN." Formulas and code on the "reference" sheet look for the SKU number in the list from the CSV file while others create a consolidated list of SKUs that have been scanned, SKUs that have a problem and need to go to customer service, and SKUs from the CSV file that have yet to be scanned. Some of the formulas in this workbook have been borrowed from forums like this and altered to fit my needs - I'll admit I'm not even entirely sure how they work.
Occasionally a SKU is scanned in twice and not always sequentially which will effect the total item count. It can be very difficult to find the duplicates in the list.
I would like for any value that appears more than once in column B of the 'SCAN' sheet to be highlighted. I have tried to do this, but to no avail.
Scan Below FWD: CS? If FWD: CS, state reason below: Status NOT SCANNED FWD to CS SHIPPED
I have this certain value "Y" in all the sheets. In the summary sheet, I would like to get the cell address for this value in a given sheet. I know that you can get cell address using CELL worksheet function. However, for that you need to know the reference to the cell, which is what I am interested in.
I tried Hlookup to get column #. But couldn't figure out how to convert the number to letter so that I can use MATCH to get row # and then finally, index or address function to what I am looking for.
If someone knows how to convert column # to column letter OR knows a better/easier way to obtain cell reference/address based on cell value,
I have accounts that I need to compare to see if they exist on my system the account that has a listed date, exist on my system then if I can fill the dates in the accounts the match then I will be able to delete the other accounts that donít have a date see attach file for more understanding.