i have a column C with thousands of data. in that column, i had done a vlookup formula based on the lookup_value on its right, that is column B. some of the values arent available in the mapping table, causing the #N/A error.
i want to be able to delete those #N/A errors so that my dataset looks 'cleaner'. its tiring for me to go through each row one by one and delete them manually. i wnat to create a macro but im not so sure how to start.
I have a formula in my worksheet that is copied into 7 other columns and then copied to the bottom of the worksheet. This spans about 10000 rows.
The formula is this: =IF(AC9="G",AG9,#N/A) When I import my data into the worksheet, either the formula will result in a number or will show blank with an error comment. I need to search through this range and then delete the contents of the cell (including the formula) if it is blank. For reference, the range of the columns are AJ thru AP. I hope this is specific enough, if not please let me know. I can attach the file if necessary.
If #N/A is not sufficient, then I can replace it with "x". This way if the formula does not result in a number then it will place an x in the cell. The macro would then search thru the range and delete any cell containing x.....
I'm using a CALL Macro to split up a HUGE macro into different pieces:
Code: Sub RSLDASHBOARDV2() 'Macro recorded 12/14/2010 by Ryan R. Koleno, Pharm.D. 'Last Updated 7/10/12 by Ryan R. Koleno, Pharm.D. 'Do Not Modify Code Unless Given Proper Privileges to do so. Dim APPSPD As Worksheet With Application .ScreenUpdating = False .Calculation = xlCalculationManual
The first few macros dealing with page setup and what not work fine but when it hits the Pivot table code for the STATSPIVOT macro it errors out stating: "Run-time error '1004': Unable to get the PivotItems property of PivotField class' at this point in the code:
Code: objField2.PivotItems( _ "TRC").Position = 1 objField.PivotItems( _ "MEDCO MAIL OR AOB").Position = 2
When this macro is not split up it worked fine as written. Am I overlooking something in the Call Macro's code or is there a variable I'm not aware of. I have included the Pivot Table code that errors out as well.
Code: Sub STATSPIVOT() 'STATS PAGE BASED ON STATS DATA TAB Sheets("STATS DATA").Select Dim objTable As PivotTable, objField As PivotField ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("STATS DATA").Select Range("A1").Select
I want to create a Macro that will basically fix any run time errors, that should occur without users having to close the document and reopen. I know I can hit "ctrl G" in the VBA and in the immediate window type in:
Application.EnableEvents = True
and then close the VBA and the macro will work again. I just want this code to be able to be applied by my users witout having to go into the VBA. I will assign this macro to a Button. How can I do this?
I'm running loads of SQL-queries in a bat-file (using the isql-command). After that has been done I want to run Excel to format the result of the queries, and save it as a excel file on a networkplace. The SQL-queries are working fine, and the macro is working fine, when run seperatly, but since I cant predict how long the SQL-queries will take I have to either give it an extra long time before I start with the Macro, or run then in a chain from the bat-file.
When I do that I usually end up with random errors in Excel. Most usually it is "Not enough memory to display completly". This error is shown before the actual workbook is loaded, and therefore no macro has been loaded either so there's nothing I can do from there.
When I click OK the macro runs as should be though, but since it should be run at 5 in the morning it will just stand there until I come into work each day, and have loads of complaint that they havent got their figures yet.
I have checked out Microsoft, and googled the errors loads of times in diffrent way, but havent found anything solid that works yet.
I'd like to calculate the standard deviation and mean of a whole load of data. Unfortunately it has some errors, FALSE values, blank cells and zeroes I'd like to exclude. Calculating the average is no problem as the AVERAGEIF function works fine, but there is no equivalent for STDEV. The (array) formula
ignores the cells with errors and calculates the SD, and the (array) formula
ignores the cells with a value of 0 in them and calculates SD.
I'm writing a piece of code that puts certain values in certain cells based on certain criteria. (Vague, I know.)
When the code gets to the part where it puts the first value in the first cell (in a loop), it inserts the value and then the code stops running. Even when I put in "On Error Goto Err" with a msgbox that contains the error description, the code just quietly stops.
Here is a simple macro I wrote to see if maybe the problem had anything to do with something specific to my code. This one fails too, for no apparent reason. Could my file be corrupted or something? What do I do about this?
Code: Sub rtest()
On Error GoTo err
Sheet2.Range("p4") = "test" 'code stops on first line, whether it is this one or the next every time. ActiveCell.Value = "test" ActiveCell.Value = "success"
I have a very long (> 2 hr) macro that sifts through thousands of files and creates a table of contents (more or less). Anyway, the macro will operate just fine when I am also working at the same PC but if I walk away for an hour, Excel will sometimes generate an error (application defined or object defined error). I believe that it has something to do with the PC going idle although it really isn't going idle because I turn off sleep and hibernate while running the macro. Also, there are only two locations where the error seems to occur. See below:
Code: Dim oApp As ObjectSet oApp = CreateObject("Shell.Application") Dim files As New Collection Dim fZip As Variant For Each fZip In oApp.Namespace(zipFile).items
i would like an if macro to pick up if cell dest (i have used a case to define this cell) contains an error or more imoprtantly #REF! then change the offending cells to 0 and put up a message box to put "Check XTA". i have found some that i think may work but i didnt understand them (they had function in them :smask so i couldnt put them in.is there a way to put them in with out functions or could someone point me in the right direction.
how to supress the continue,end,debug, message when there is a vba error. The idea being that if there is a bug in my system that I have no realised, I don't want my end user seeing that message! I would preferrable design my own error message to appear instead.
I am creating a macro that pulls data from a pivot table and organizes it on the same sheet as the pivot table. Once I get my data organized, there are several rows that contain data that I dont need and I want my macro to delete this info.
The catch is, since I have the macro placing data on the same sheet as my pivot table I cannot just delete the whole row so I am trying to think of a way to identify the rows that have unusable data and then have the macro just delete the cells in that row without affecting the pivot table.
I used a formula in the last column of my wks to mark unnecessary rows with a "D". Is there a way I can program the macro to identify the "D" and then delete a selected range of cells in that row - and then have it loop through all the rows of the spreadsheet?
i have a report where information is entered via a macro, i would like the cells to wipe of any data when another cell is clicked
in practice i will have a cell labelled "clear" the user will click it and a message box will promtp " would you like to clear pam sheet" upon the user clickin no of course nothing ill happen, when they click yes certain cells will clear
I am getting a Runtime Error 13 Type Mismatch on some code that I am using. This macro was created to copy a range of data, prompt the user to open a specific workbook, prompt the user to select the uppermost left cell in the range, copy the data and then save and close.
For now, I have data in Column A to E. I have the first row (A1 to E1) contaning different numbers. I need a macro that delete all collumns that cells (in A1 to E1) contain number 1. Next month, I may have 10 columns (A to J) and I want to run the same macro that delete all columns that A1-J1 containing value of 1. The number of columns changes every month, so I want a macro that work to the last column without the need to specifying that column range.
I was using this, but did not work propery (since It just deletet every other column & have to run it a few times to complete & need to specify column range):
Range(A1:E1).Select For each cell in selection If cell.Value>1 Then Cell.EntireColumn.Delete End If Next cell
I am currently creating a database which involves using a macro to create new worksheets in the workbook. When the macro is run and a work sheet is being inserted, an input box asks the user for a worksheet name.
As you can imagine, the worksheet does not like it when the worksheet name input by the user, is the same as one already existing and so throws up a 1004 error.
In order to resolve this error I have included an error handling code to request the user to input a differnet worksheet name, as the one previously inserted exists.
My problem: It all works fine until the user types in an existing worksheet name twice, so once initially and again when the error handler has prompted a second attempt. On the second incorrect input a 1004 error warning is displayed.
I would like the error handler to keep repeating until a worksheet name that doesn't exist is inserted by the user. Is this possible?
I need a macro to delete each row in which all cells contain the same value, always starting in cell G2 and going out an indefinite number of cell's. So, for one run, the range could be G2:BU2 and another it could be G2:PW2. Also, the number of row's is indefinite.
And an added complexity: I need it to ignore the cell in this search process if the cell contains "NC" - so if all the data in the row is the same except for a few that say NC - then it gets deleted. If the any of the cells in the row have other values, then that row does not get deleted - even if it contains "NC".
I am having trouble writing a macro to do the following. Someone had created a spreadsheet a while back that highlighted the cell green and inserted a comment with the person's name and date/time if they changed anything in that cell. The macro works great, but I need a macro to undo the changes.
I would like a macro that will remove all comments from the sheet and revert the cells back to their original color. Since the cells encompass many colors, at the very least, I would like the macro to remove the comments and make the cells the default shading (white).
I have an excel file, where there is a section "Additional Requirements". This section is repeated like 20-25 times in the sheet and has a group of merged cells below it to enter data as shown in the picture. Issue is that majority of these "Additional Requirements" are not filled by the user. Hence maybe only 3 or 4 are filled and I have to manually delete the rest. I tried the code below, but it doesn't do anything.Running the macro just jumps the cells slowly downwards the sheet. Maybe if the macro runs 10-15 times it reads the whole code and then moves on to the next row.8-1-2014 12-43-27 PM.png What I'm trying to achieve is:
1. for the macro to find "Additional Requirements"
2. Then check the Merged cell below it (thus the offset)
3. If this cell is blank, select this cell and the cell containing "Additional Requirements"
4. Delete entire rows of these cells/delete the selection (entirerow.delete). (I read somewhere to set a variable as selection and clear it, hence ive included in the unreadable code. This wasn't working either)
Each day I am going to have a list of about 300 different ID numbers, which i have already got a macro for creating, that outputs them into a single column on a sheet.
The next challenge Ill face now, is that I'll have a list of maybe 500 ID numbers in another spreadsheet.... I need a way to basically tell excel to keep rows that contain the numbers in 1 column on the list of 500, that correspond with those on the list of 300.
Numbers that are not found on the list of 300 ID numbers, must be deleted, along with the entire row.
I essentially need a macro that runs something like this that i found online, but instead of it just looking for the word "apple" as rows to delete, i would need it to check to see if the number is one of the 300 on my list.... and delete the row if it is not on the list
Sub Delete_Rows()Dim rng As Range, cell As Range, del As RangeSet rng = Intersect(Range("A1:C20"), ActiveSheet.UsedRange)For Each cell In rngIf (cell.Value) = "Apple" _ThenIf del Is Nothing ThenSet del = cell Else: Set del = Union(del, cell)End IfEnd IfNext cellOn Error Resume Nextdel.EntireRow.DeleteEnd Sub
how i might create a macro to attach to a button so i can delete the contents of all VALUE! cells. Either this or have a script in the background so no cell will return VALUE! (or any other error if possible)
I know if i had all the formulae sorted they might not butit's quite a large spreadsheet. The reason for the VALUE! error is text in cells that the formal points.