Macro To Work Between My TEST.xls File And Another Worksheet
Feb 19, 2009
Below is the macro to work between my TEST.xls file and another worksheet which is opened within the same workbook with the TEST file. If there are more than 2 files, the code ActiveWindow.ActivateNext won't work.
The number of files received from my suppliers varies depending on how busy the volume is. It can be as many as 20 files a day.
Using Office 2000, here is the code I am using which works on my laptop with Office 2007. This file is initially saved as a template (.xlt) file. This code works if I right-click and open the template and enter data, but when I just double click and open, causing it to open as an .xls file, it doesn't work. (The textboxes are inserted textboxes not from a userform).
I am encountering a specific scenerio where In I am creating a New file by copying one of the sheets And renaming that With todays date. here starts me problem when I try To share the sheet To work around I am seeing that th macro Is Not copying the sheet properly even though i have given PasteSpecial. The code goes here
VB: AutoLinked keywords will cause extra spaces before keywords. Extra spacing Is Not transferred when copy/pasting, but Is If the keyword uses "quotes". Sub Newsheet() sheetname = Format(Now, "dd-mmm-yyyy") MsgBox sheetname sheet_count = Worksheets.Count 'Checking for Replication................
I'm not sure why this macro in workbook "A" is not working when checking for the activesheet sheet opened in workbook "B"? I've included the tab name I'm looking for and the tab name opened in the workbook "B" in the MsgBox to verify it can pull the tab names properly in workbook "B" and it returns correctly. I'm not sure why the If Then Else is not working if that is the issue here.
Code: Sub testmonthcheck() Dim art156 As Workbook Dim mm As String Dim mmm As String Set art156 = Workbooks("Actual_Run_Times_156.xls")
I have a macro which successully saves a worksheet as new file to another file path....(below)...but I can't figure out how to close this new file and return to the original file...
Dim myPath As String, fName As String myPath = Sheets("Date").Range("C8").Text fName = Sheets("Date").Range("C9").Text Sheets("Sage CSV File").Copy With ActiveWorkbook .SaveAs Filename:=myPath & fName End With'
I want to create a macro that will select all the worksheets (names and quantity will vary) and saves the file as the current file's name but in PDF. Since I only know how to record a macro it specifies the worksheet names but I need it for various workbooks. The name will vary plus the number of tabs can go anywhere from 3 to 40.
I'm trying to work out some code that will take the contents of a cell (either alias or IP name), carry out a ping operation and return the result into the worksheet in the next columns to the right.
I've searched this site and found something similar that returns the result of the ping to a MSGBOX but this isn't quite what I want.
The endgame is to have a For/Next loop for a list of IP addresses in (say) A1:A10 and have the results pasted into columns B, C and so on, with each line of the ping result pasted into subsequent columns.
I'm creating a macro to select, modify dimensions and place shapes on a excel sheet. (I'm talking about pictures insered and stocked in a specific sheet of my workbook) When the users insert a new picture he has to set a name for each of them. A combobox contain the choices, when an item is selected, the macro identify, size and place the corresponding picture.
But I have a bug if a shape doesn't exist when I try to select it :
Sheets("fiche de controle").Select 'select the sheet with the pictures ActiveSheet.Shapes(Item_old).Select 'select the shapes "Item_Old" Item_Old is a variable corresponding to the picture name.
If the user made a typo, I have a bug. Someone knows how to test if the shapes exist to display a meesage if not ? Or somethig to avoid this kind of bug ?
I am trying to determine Long Term Gain (LTG,) Long Term Loss (LTL,) Short Term Gain (STG,) Short term Loss (STL,) or No Loss nor Gain (NGL)testing two cells (A1 and B1)and setting a third cell (C1) to the text LTG, LTL, STG, STL, or NGL depending on the results of testing cells A1 and B1.
A1 represent a number of years and B1 represent gains or losses (negative)in dolars.
The way I see the logic is as follows:
If cell A1 or cell B1 are either one of them equal to 0, then it is neither a Gain nor a Loss (NGL.)
If cell A1 is greater than or equal to 1, then it is Long Term; else, if A1 is greater than 0 and less than 1, then it is Short Term.
On the other hand, if cell B1 is greater than 0, then it is a Gain; if B1 is less than 0 (a negative number,) then, it is a Loss.
I need to find (if it is posible in Excel) one formula to test the two cells for posible outcomes:
If A1 = 0 then C1 = NGL If B1 = 0 then C1 = NGL If A1 >= 1 and B1 > 0 the C1 = LTG. If A1 >= 1 and B1 < 0 the C1 = LTL. If A1 < 1 and B1 > 0 then C1 = STG If A1 < 1 and B1 < 0 then C1 = STL
I am using a count if to look at a column C in a worksheet a and return how many time the word 'on test' occurs. This is then returned to a table in another worksheet. I have 5 worksheets in total with the same columns, how can I do multiple countif - so that it will count all the 'on test' in column C for all 5 sheets.
So I am trying to design a workbook that has two worksheets... one with instructions and a button for users to click to "Save as .CSV File", another for the data that will go into that CSV file.
Here are the Macro requirements: 1. The user will be prompted for the File & Location to save the .CSV file 2. If they click 'Cancel', no changes will be made (and unlike my current code, it won't ask them to debug). 3. Confirmation of the filename is not necessary even though it's currently included in my Macro 4. The file will automatically "reopen" so that they only see the new .CSV file without the original Instruction tab.
i have a made a macro that copies info to a new sheet now that is working great but if i change the name of the work book it wont work any more so i need the macro to work with what ever name i give the workbook
the current name is
AVERAGE PRICE (update 2009) Mimmos Armico 170809.xls
I do not know if I have this written correctly, I would like to have the sub - Retro run whenever some one opens this worksheet - "FORM". The retro is also suppose to test cell H12 to see if it is blank before running the msgbox.
find attached an example of the spreadsheet I am working with. Please bear in mind that this is a much simplified version of the version I am currently working on (which needs to have 1000 lines). What I am trying to achieve is allow my team to enter rows of data into the spreadsheet in a format that they will be familiar with - then hit the button on the sheet which will then take a copy of the second sheet (which looks up against the first) and spit it out in a .txt file ready to be uploaded into our computer system.
The main priority that I need to fix is that when the .txt file is opened in notepad it contains a huge amount of blank data rows at the bottom - I assume that it is taking accross all 65536 lines into the .txt where I only want the rows that have data in them in the .txt. At present our computer system will not accept the .txt due to all the blank rows (its limit is 1000 lines).
Below is the code I currently use to do the following which creates service reports.
When you click on the command button you can choose any XML file you want to import. This file is copied to a temporary worksheet where i selectively choose cells to populate textbox's which later populate my reports. What I want to do is the same exact thing but with a text file. Not all text files are the same length so it needs to be able to have a range. Here's my working code.
For Each SheetName In Array("Maintenance Data Sheet") With Sheets(SheetName) .Range("B127") = "" .Range("U127") = "" .Range("AJ127") = "" .Range("AV127") = "" .Range("AY124") = ""
I've been having tremendous issues with my Excel file, mostly with it crashing or not responding. Would this be because my file has so much data in it? If so, is there anyway to make Excel process all the data without crashing so much?
I have this excel file that is 17 sheets long and I made a table of contents page so it is easier for people to navigate. I know my hypertext links in my file are correct because it works when I click on the hypertexted cells, my excel file jumps to the respective sheet.
However, when I save the file as a pdf the hypertext links do not work. how to get my table of contexts to jump pages in a saved pdf file?
I open 2 files : A & B. Once I finish copying data from B into A. I close B and open C and so on. That means I always work with file A (active)
File B, C or D and so on has 3 worksheets with identical names. The filename of B, C and so on also has some common word
I'd like to copy data into sheet1 of file A, always same range : B2:B100 , afterwards I would copy-paste each result from sheet1 to another sheet of file A and delete the data in sheet1. So sheet1 of file A is always active and show the result each time the macro was run as follows.
Cell b2 of file A = cell c1 of sheet 1 of file B Cell b3 of file A = cell d1 sheet 1 of file B + cell e1 of sheet 2 of file B
I've created a spreadsheet of clients and info; I want each client name to link to their specific folder on my computer for easy referencing. I entered in all the links and they work just fine; however, when i tried to save the file to another location on my computer so it could be used by another employee (same terminal, etc, just in another folder) the hyperlinks stopped working.
I have a short subroutine to delete a row in a second worksheet (SUMMARY EXPENSES) if one is deleted in the main worksheet (AS CODES) as per below:
In theory the row deletion should only be triggered IF dynamiccounter is smaller than staticcounter, but the fact is anything whatsoever triggers the row deletion. If I type text into a cell a row gets deleted. If I copy a cell, a row gets deleted. It works great at deleting the line, but I suspect it has nothing to do with the counters I set up and the reassigning of the counter value towards the end of the If statement.
I am an IT Consultant and my client is doing a workstation refresh. They are a CPA firm. They use software called ProSystem Fx Engagement as a filing closet sort of thing. This has a toolbar Excel when work papers are opened from within the Engagement file room. In the Engagement toolbar there is an icon which allows the user to check all boxes. I have contacted the vendor and they said they know nothing about this and it is unsupported. I am trying to migrate to the user's new machine (helps save alot of time) but kinda stuck in a rut. I am assuming this maybe is a custom macro? I am not an Excel guy, I do server stuff etc... but trying to please my client, I included a screen shot of the toolbar and highlighted the button he would click to make this function work. This is Excel 2003 w/ SP4, and Windows XP Pro w/ SP3
I am using a macro to e-mail any work sheet with an address in A1. I would also like to attach a file that will be listed in cell E1 of that worksheet. The file is different for each work sheet that is being sent but will be listed in the same cell of each work sheet.
This is the code I am using (i got it from ron de bruin) when I use the .Attachments.Add (C:est1.txt) it works but i can not seem to figure out how to get it to read the file address in the E1 cell. The code i am trying to use is .Attachments.Add = ws.Range("E1").value.
The formula returns the last day of the month of the name of the sheet. For example, if the sheet is names "Mar 07", it returns 3/31/07. (yeah, when the 2100 issue becomes a big deal, I'm not going to be ready but I have 92 years to think about it)
Even if I can't make it prettier, does anyone have a way to get the sheet name into a formula without VBA Code in a file that hasn't been saved.
I have written a user-defined function that searches for a small range within a larger range. The function requires two input parameters: the range you are looking for, and the range you want to look within.
For example, I might look for the string of values in cells A1:D1 in a larger range E1:H20. The function returns the row number in the larger range where the smaller range is found.
My problem is this: The function is working fine when I call it from another sub procedure. However, when I try to run it as a worksheet function, I get a "#VALUE!" error. The function pops up in the "insert function" menu, and it prompts for the two input parameters.
I would like the following code to be run for all those sheet/s that has a name = "single" (Not case sensitive neither an exact match) of my active workbook.
Code: Sub UIUIUI() Dim LR As Long, i As Long LR = Range("I" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row For i = 1 To LR With Range("I" & i) If .Offset(, -1).Value = 1 Then .Value = .Value & "-" End With Next i End Sub
I've recorded a macro that copies an entire tab into a new spreadsheet then goes on the copy and paste information from one tab to another.
When I run the macro from the Tools>Macros menu it works perfectly. But when I copy the code and add it to that of a button it fails and posts the following error: Run-time error '1001': Select method of Range class failed.
The first attachement shows the code for the macro as it is alone, and the second shows how I simply copied and pasted it into the 'view code' window of the button.
Needless to say I'm a beginner at macros and only every record them, I can usually make stuff work that way but this has me stumped!
I have this formula =COUNTA($A:$A)<=4 that limits amount of cells that can be populated in column A, I use data validation with "Allow costume" option and using that formula. It works fine from worksheet it displays the message when the limit is reached but it doesn't work when data is inputed/populated from userfrom, it allows userform to put more entries than set limit 4 in this case.