Upon a button click, I have a msgBox show to ask the user if they want to save the file before closing (with the option of cancelling). If the file name is something specific, I want the file to just close without saving.
I have the following code but am having the problem of the message box showing (disregarding the first if statement) and selecting No produces the same result as selecting the Cancel button.
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
myMsgBox = MsgBox("Would you like to save this file before closing?", vbYesNoCancel + vbQuestion, "Save Message")
'If filename hasn't changed, just close w/o saving.
If ActiveWorkbook.Name = "Project Foundation v2.0" Then
Is it possible to have a message box appear after a WorkBook is closed. I have code that automatically closes a work book after a certain amount of inactivity and would like a message box to inform the user what happened.
Sub CloseBook() Call StopCycle Unload CloseTimer Unload EnterPassword ThisWorkbook. Saved = True ThisWorkbook.Close MsgBox "Your Excel Workbook Closed Due to Inactivity" End Sub
Actually i've downloaded Tracking report of my SPO and this report is on 4-5 csv files (1 file per week). I have to gather data from these 4 files into one Worksheet. I have to do this with command button on my worksheet; with Open file dialogue box (i want to locate the csv files).
CSV files are something like that (I need only first 4 columns):
and my Worksheet is like that (With a command Button):
I want to import first 3 columns of csv file on first 3 columns on my worksheet; leave 2 columns blank and then import the 4th column... now for example i have done importing data from 1st csv file and the data is on 50 rows.. i click the command button again, locate the 2nd csv file.. do the same thing (import 1st 3 columns, 2 blank, then 4th) --from 51st Row-- and so on...
I have a macro which works well. All it does is save a file to a specified location on my network. However, after a file is saved there is no prompt telling the user that the file was saved successfully leaving them wondering whether the macro actually worked.
VB: Public Sub SaveAs() ThisFile = Range("X2").Value ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:="legdcAudits" & ThisFile & ".xlsm", FileFormat:=52 End Sub
Below is the code to open a csv file and paste it in the workbook "ResultFile". When i click on a button, a csv file will open to copy the values and paste it in "Resultfile". Now, i want to close the csv or excel file to be closed once copying has done.
I wrote this code to open an excel file when a button is pushed. I also have another piece of code to close the excel field when another button is pushed. The problem: the code to close the excel only works on my computer. There is no error message, but the file doesn't not close on others' computer. Can you please advise on a solution?
The code below works perfectly when run from a macro button on a worksheet or when initiated using the VBA run option in the VBA editor but it does not run when run from a command button on a userform. The code is
Sub closer() Dim bCancel As Boolean Do Until bCancel = True bCancel = Application.Dialogs(xlDialogSaveAs).Show If bCancel = False Then MsgBox "Sorry, cannot Cancel", vbCritical Loop ActiveWorkbook.Close SaveChanges:=False End Sub
When I run the code from a command button on my userform the error message I get is: 'Run-Time error 1004 Document not saved' and the line of code that it continually gets stuck on is: bCancel = Application.Dialogs(xlDialogSaveAs).Show
I am trying to fix is that I have two computers networked together both with multiple users all with access to the report form that I am using which is in the shared file. If I have been working on it (I am still trying to do improvements when I have time), and I have to leave for a fire or forget to close the report, no one can access it other than with read-only.
My idea was to run some type of code that either when the screen saver comes on or after so much time with no activity, it would close and save the file with a new file name(just in case I don't want the changes that I have made in the code or something).
I am working with a bunch of files to do a dashboard. I have the main file which shows end results and what my users will see "Dashboard". I have about 10-15 files which I export weekly from MS Access. and I have the "Dashboard Data" file. In this file I have a sheet which links all the information for the files exported from MS Access. In here I have named ranges and dynamic ranges plus additional columns created to look up information in other tables. I use this file as my source data for my Dashboard File so that I can reduce the size of the actually dashboard. Dashboard Data file is about 5.5 mb and my Dashboard is 300kb. I have 12 branches that need to view the data over a radius of a hundred miles so the smal file are better.
My problem: I can get the Dashboard Data file to update without opening all the 10-15 other files. I cant however make the Dashboard file update without opening the Dashboard Data file. I have it to auto update without prompting but its still tells me that it cannot update. I was wondering if there is some VBA code I could use that would work like this:
I open the Dashboard File, Dashboard Data file opens so that Dashboard file updates and then close Dashboard Data File so that the user never has to see the Dashboard Data file. I dont want them to see it or have access to it.
At work we use a spreedsheet to control our holidays. The problem we are having is the file is stored on a network and some people are opening the file and not closeing it once done with, this is locking out others from using it.
Is there any VBA code that will close the file, if not used in say 5 mins
I have a piece code that allows the user to pick a file from a folder on my C:. It then copies a range of data into the original workbook that the macro was run. I would like to close the other file down automatically which shouldn't be that hard but I can't work out how to do it.
I am trying to inch my way forward to writing a macro that will read in an external CSV file into a sheet (my next task will be to spread the date between multiple sheets based on regions). My first attempt at code is the following
Sub read_csv() Dim strLine As String Dim i As Integer Dim filename As String Dim ans As String filename = "C:Documents and SettingsMichaelMina dokumentMina datakällorD123905.csv" Open filename For Input As #1 i = 1 While Not EOF(1) And i < 10 Line Input #1, sLine ans = MsgBox(sLine, vbOK, "hello there") i = i + 1 Wend ' Close filename End Sub
A couple of problems arise. When I debug the code, if I remove the comment on the close filename, the debugger complains with error 13 (incompatible types). If I comment the line and try and run the code twice in a row, I get a complaint about error 55 - file already open. I'm guessing that the close filename is the correct syntax - if it isn't, what should it be??
At the time of opening the file some macros are running automatically in my file as per my requirement. If auto filter is on then it disturbs my program. Sometimes I forget to remove auto filter before closing the file and it cause a problem in my file after opening it again.
Requirement is: Is there any code to prevent the file closing if the auto filter is on and give me a warning message 'Please remove auto filter first'.
I have created several excel files as I cannot open them all at once since they are too large. So I have to open one excel file whilst closing another.
part1 part2 part3 part4 part5
I want a macro that opens the excel file part 1 and part 2. Then it should close part 1 and after closing part 1 it should open part 3. Once part 3 is open, part 2 should be closed and when part 2 is closed part 4 should open. When part 4 is open, then part 3 should be closed and part 5 should open.
I want to hide all toolbars and disable the red X upon opening of the spreadsheet, and to restore the main toolbars upon closing. That worked perfectly. (when I used the black code -see below) I added in the red code as i wanted to disable the red X as well to ensure that users will always close the EXCEL worksheet via a Macro button.
The Macro will save the spreadsheet and close the worksheet and the Private sub should restore the toolbars.
I am trying to write VB code that upon opening an excel spreadsheet a message box appears that the user must read, than select yes or no. If select yes than the file will open, if no the file closes or does not open. Here is what i have tried - it doesn't work.
Sub Auto_Open() YesNo = ("Are you sure you want to open?",vbYesNo + vbExclamation,"Will") If_vbYes Exit_Sub If_vbNo_Close End Sub
I have an Excel sheet that I convert to PDF --here is Example of the name after PDF creates"Morning Report_08.16.14" , When it runs it just overwrites the file automatically if one was already on that date - I would like it to prompt to overwrite & if they choose 'yes' to overwrite the file and if not they can change the name If the new one is in addition to the one that already exists and I want it to save the new file with in the same folder.
Also when the current code is run if the PDF was left opened it stops the macro - Is it possible to see if that file is open and if so close it down so the code will work or is it possible to overwrite the file when open.
I call it from a macro. It is supposed to write some temporary files, and close them in the end, and delete them. Sometimes, the dll can't close properly, and the text files remain open.
With error treatment in my macro, I can continue execution, but i need to delete that files.
Since the dll DOES NOT CLOSE the files, i'm not able to delete them in my macro.
I need some way to close that files, in order to delete them.
When I use GetFile to reference the file, it remains as "File", which does not accept "Close" method. I can reference the file with myfile.OpenAsTextStream, but this way it seems to me that the file is opened again, and the "Close" method does not work either, with the file defined as a TextStream object.
If I close excel, I'm able to delete those files, but that's not the way I want. Since IT'S OPEN IN EXCEL PROCESS, I imagine there's some way to close it.