Named Ranges On Multiple Sheets With The Same Named Range & I Cant Figure Out How To Do This
Jun 2, 2006
I need to create a named range on multiple sheets with the same named range & i cant figure out how to do this. EG :- I want to create a named range called "_SubUnitRows" on sheet1 starting from "A1:A50" & other named range again called "_SubUnitRows" on Sheet2 starting from "A1:A25" ...
I would like to combine List1 and List2 into a 3rd named range called List3. I was wondering if this were possible without using any additional cells/columns (i.e. I don't want to use Column C like in the example shown in the link above).
This should be a fairly simple question, I've already got the code for copying sorted, I'm just curious about several of the named ranges within the sheet and what happens to them when I copy it all over.
I'm working from a spreadsheet made by my predecessor and they've got a template sheet with numerous named rages all scoped to the workbook, on the new template I've created, it has lots of ranges scoped to the sheet itself. The new template works just fine as it is but I just want to try and make sure that when I change over the templates it will continue to work fine and the current template's named ranges are going, so far I have actually copied everything and are running tests, but you can't test for everything, so if the named ranges on the new template being only scoped to the sheet will affect it at all?
I have written this macro to convert into a csv file to run for all defined named ranges in the activesheet. It run jst perfect when I hit SAVE button and it creates that many different CSV files for each named range.
However I am trying to use same macro in the another file and the problem I am facing is there a lot more named ranges and I want to run the macro for only selected NAMED RANGE. In this case 2 Named Range / 24 Named range.
What part of code do I need to change and to what to make it work for just 2 named ranges ?
I have VBA code that copies over several sheets from a workbook, but I'd rather not have all the named ranges come through. Whenever I run the macro it gives me this notice: "A formula or sheet you want to move or copy contains the name 'rngRegion2', which already exists on the destination worksheet..." The destination sheet doesn't originally have this range already, it runs into problems because the sheets I'm copying have rngRegion2 defined on different sheets. I'd like to try and avoid this problem all together by not copying named ranges if possible.
If thats not a viable option, is there code that I can use to tell it to automatically select "Yes - To use the name as defined in the destination sheet" as opposed to prompting the user to select yes/no?
I have a master sheet and 102 'advisor named sheets'. The master sheet is updated daily with information (number and text) along 1 row in different columns (A:W). I would like when the advisors name is typed (W) =joebloggs! for this whole row to be auto input on joebloggs sheet. There can be multiple of these entered daily for same person, so the information would need to populate on the next row so not to type over the previous entry.
Is it possible to use the same code through a number of named ranges without writting it out for each individual range. I have a table with 7 columns and 30 rows, data inputed to the table and then through code manipulaited on font, fill colour, and cell value(some 25 diffrent options) I have produced working code to pull out data as required for column 1 but it is extremly long, is there some code about I can use to loop my code, (automatically changing the named range within my code to cycle through each of my 7 named ranges)? or do I have to write the code out for each individual named range?
I am trying to create a dynamic named range with a sales rotation tracker. Basically, I have a list of leads that come in each week and I add them to the tracker distribute the leads to sales people based on a rotation. I would like to create a dynamic named range for each sales person that will select each sales person's name including the lead information in the row.
I have read all of the dynamic named range information at the link below as well as the advanced dynamic named range page and I can't seem to put my finger on this short of doing it manually.
Im trying to set a range using a named range and dont know the best way to do this. so far ive got
Set rDataRange = Range(Offset("datastart",1, 0) & ":" & Offset("datastart",LastRow, 0))
datastart is the named range in the sheet and im trying to make a new range that starts 1 row below where datastart is and end where lastrow is. not sure where i messed up on this but i get errors when i try to run this
I am trying to apply data validation to a column of cells using named ranges. However, each row has a unique associated named range. For example:
A_______B Birds____* Dogs____* Cats____*
I can easily apply data validation to these three rows separately using named ranges. Ie three separate named ranges: =Birds =Dogs =Cats
However, I need a way to quickly apply data validation to column B using different named ranges for each row because there are about 2,000 rows. Is there a way to reference text in the cells of column A that contains the name of the named range? Or maybe a bit of VB code that could do it quickly?
What I have is a large number of sheets in a workbook (26 to be exact). Each of these sheets has one specific named range. The file itself is quite large so I would like to print these ranges to a single PDF file. I did my best to search for this topic in the forums and while I did find some macros that were close, there was some sort of piece of code missing. Also, will how I list the named ranges determine the order of how they will show up in the PDF File?
Can you create a Pull-down List that contains data from Multiple Ranges.
If I have a List of Names Running down column A (A2:A10) another List of Names Running Down B (B2:B25) and a Third down C (C1:C15) each of them named Ranges ("List1", "List2" & "List3"), can I create a Pull-down list in Cell A1 that would include the names from all three ranges?
I need to create a macro to find matches between multiple specific workbooks and a named range. I am new to macros and am very confused. After searching the forums here, I am still lost, even though they are very informative. So far,I have created a Dynamic Named Range called NamesList
that selects the cells which I update manually each day. Once I have updated the list of names, I need to create a macro that will decide whether or not the names in the dynamic named range CurrentDay (located in workbookA) already exist in workbookB. The macro needs to create a list of the which names already exist in the workbook, and which do not. For the names that do not exist in workbookB, I then need to search workbookB and workbookC for matches, again creating a list of results. Until now I have been manually using Ctrl + F (Find Method)and going down my list of names to search through each workbook.
I am trying to clean up my code by using named ranges so that it will still work if/when others add columns or rows to the spreadsheet. These should be pretty easy solutions for most of you but I can't seem to find any answers online.
Here are 2 examples of the code I am trying to update:
I was thinking that replacing "A" with "namedRange" would work but I suppose that's not how the Columns application works. How can I modify the code below to work with a named range instead of the fixed column "A"?
For the following I would have thought that replacing "AU" with "namedRange" would do the trick as that's how things have worked for me in the past using the Range application. Unfortunately I get an error when I make the change.
I cant seem to find the correct syntax for creating 14 validation lists using array members as the source of the named ranged. The validation lists are stored on a different worksheet, the Named Ranges are created fine, as are the ranges that are having the validation applied. The Syntax I am having a problem with is
Public Sub assignDVList(WSD As Worksheet, sListName As String) Dim DVListName As String DVListName = "DV" & sListName Application.Goto Reference:=sListName With Selection.Validation .Delete .Add Type:=xlValidateList, AlertStyle:=xlValidAlertStop, Operator:= _ xlBetween, Formula1:="=" & DVListName
It is the Formula1:="=" & DVListName that is creating the headache. The sub is called as the array moves through the columns, using the header row as the Name for the Named Range, and the data Validation worksheet uses the same naming except it has DV in front.
I am using the following Selection_Change Event to show a UserForm when a cell in 1 of 31 named ranges is selected.
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Count > 1 Then Exit Sub Dim i As Long
For i = 1 To 31 If Not Intersect(Target, Range("StatPost" & i)) Is Nothing And Target.Value = "" Then If Target.Offset(0, -8).Value = "" Or Target.Offset(0, -7).Value = "" Or Target.Offset(0, -6).Value = "" Or Target.Offset(0, -5).Value = "" Or Target.Offset(0, -3).Value = "" Or Target.Offset(0, -2).Value = "" Or Target.Offset(0, -1).Value = "" Then....................
I'm trying to make my named ranges remember the values of the last active cells used within another named range. The purpose of this is to make my charts dynamically change dependant on two criteria selected. My spreadsheet currently updates itself as and when I change the active cell within a single named range, dynamically changing the chart data by using Lookup based on the active cells value. However I want to get away from having several charts showing, I would like to have a single chart which dynamically changes based on a second selection. So the first selection is for a department (Facility) which changes the chart data relevant to that department, the second selection is to dynamically change the chart shown for the pre selected department.
Using the following code when updating just one criteria with several charts
VB: Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)
If Not Application.Intersect(ActiveCell, [MeasureType]) Is Nothing Then [valMeasurePicked] = ActiveCell.Value [code].....
which works fine but I'm not sure how to add a second selection criteria because my code uses Activecell. I thought that the VBA needed to set the last used value of a range as a variable and therefore allow the second criteria to be selected but am not sure how to put it into practice.
I have read post re this question but have not been able to answer my problem. I get the error message 'Application defined or object defined error' when running the code below. I should indicate the range counter currently indicated about 6,200 rows that this code will work on and the individual range names in the list of 6,200 rows are spread over at least 20 worksheets.
The code appears to be running but after some time it stops on the line of code 'Range(Cells(i, 1).Value) = Cells(i, 2)'.
Sub PopulateWithImportData() Dim counter As Integer counter = Sheets("Imported Data").Range("Counter")
I have a spreadsheet where I've disallowed selection of multiple cells using the code in the 2nd box below, but is there a way to override this protection to allow selection of a named range? My reason for doing so is to open this workbook as read only from code in another workbook and copy the entire table. My code for doing that works ok (I frequently use it in other workbooks) but, in this case, my need to disallow selection of multiple cells in this particular worksheet is tripping me up.
This is the code I'm using to try and pull the data into another workbook:
I need to create multiple copy of workbook from a named range called - CoCode - range is on sheet called - Data - cell range - L2:L37. Problem is that i want each workbook named as the name that is in cell range (CoCode). Also in same workbook in a sheet called - Company Summary , in cell J1 there is validation list that refers to range same (Codode) i want that to change in each workbook.
I.e 1st copy of workbook name is equal to 1st reference in range CoCode and same 1st reference in Validation list in - Company Summary - Sheet in cell J1. Also selecting Validation populates several sheets in workbook to information revelant to that company code selection in cell J1, - there are no external links to this document-
I am trying to make a UDF that searches for a header, grabs everything under the header, and pulls it somewhere else. My UDF has three parameters:
1) Output_Range: the named range where the parameters will be pulled to 2) Header: the header to search for in order to copy the data underneath it 3) WorkbookName: the name of the workbook to search in
It looks like this:
VB: Function LoadParameters(Output_Range As Range, Header, WorkbookName As String) MyTimer = Timer 'Defining the variables. Dim HeaderCell, HeaderCellEnd, HeaderRange, Output_Range
I have some named ranges that refer to 5 pieces of data organized into a row. For example, the name MyNamedRange might refer to $C$5:$C$10.
I am trying to loop through each column and get the values in MyNamedRange, then change corresponding values in a different named range. However, when I try to use Offset to access the subsequent columns of MyNamedRange, it doesn't work. It only gets the value of the first column right, the rest return <EMPTY>.
How do I go about using named ranges instead of cell names(ie A4:A9)
Private Sub UserForm_Activate() Dim lngRow As Long Dim intIndex As Integer UserForm1.ComboBox1.Clear 'Clear combobox lngRow = 2 Do While Sheet1.Range("a" & lngRow).Value <> "" For intIndex = 0 To UserForm1.ComboBox1.ListCount - 1 If UserForm1.ComboBox1.List(intIndex) = Sheet1.Range("a" & lngRow).Value Then Goto NextRow End If Next intIndex UserForm1.ComboBox1.AddItem Sheet1.Range("a" & lngRow).Value NextRow: lngRow = lngRow + 1 Loop End Sub
I wanted to change "a" to the defined range "search"?
This is a floowup to the issue that was originally posted as "Returning MAX/MIN values from multiple rows in a named range ". I marked that post as solved since I have worked through part of the issue and since have a different one.