I have a worksheet whereby many of the rows are hidden. These rows were initialy hidden by means of scipts ( I have numerous scripts to hide data under various criteria) eg: Scripts which hide rows based on cell count, cell color, cell data information etc...
Now that I am able to veiw only the information that i want to see.. is it possible to create a script which selects cells only from rows which are visible? I have created a Named range begining from E:12 to G:500 called "Select_EFG"
Uing the example below, how could I select the cell data from the visible rows (12, 30, 34, 35, 50 etc... up to row 500.) from this Named Range (columns E:12, G:500) .... and paste this information in Sheet 2 Row5 columnC
If you look at the attached file in Row 41, Column H, the count function is not working properly... it is mis-counting, the numbers that appear. It does not work either in F41 and G41. It seems to be having a problem reading the if function I created. Does anyone know how to correct this, or change the if function formula so it doesn't have these issues.
Is there a simple way to count unhidden rows? I saw Counting number of unhidden rows =SUBTOTAL(103,D11:D7180) and, frankly, I'm wondering if there is a way to do it without a formula. I don't need the count in a cell, per se, just a quick count of the unhidden rows of a worksheet for usage elsewhere.
I have a worksheet where I first filtered, then hid some columns. Used to be that I just highlighted the area I wanted copied, clicked the select visible cells button that I put on my toolbar, ctrl c and ctrl v into a new worksheet and only the visible cells would be copied. Now the button isn't working because when I ctrl v into the new worksheet, it shows the hidden columns also.
From a combobox selection i filter a table for all entries containing the selected ID (from the combobox).
I first wanted to use selected columns from the resultant display (the filtered table) to populate another combobox so the user could drill down to the final selection that way, but seeing the mess i was getting involved in (I couldn't assign a range to the listfillrange of the other combobox) i think it might be best to settle for simply copying the visible cells to a new table on the selection page (the full database is on one sheet separate from the selection comboboxes and related controls), where the user can simply see the information needed on whatever line item they want - the number of filtered entries rarely exceeds five. What i can't understand is when i query the number of rows in the immediate window from the code snip below, it always comes back as "1", whether i do so on the full range or special visible cells.
To load another combobox i tired
I really would like to be able to do so for further refining, if not feasible, can work with just a display table.
Querying the reultant rows i simply tried:
In both cases, though the filtered table had 5 records displayed, the count was... 1.
1) Can the visible cells resultant table be fed into a combobox relatively easily and if so, how? 2) With the count of rows, what am i doing wrong?
I have tried and tried to get the VBA code working that will tell me the number of visible rows in an autofiltered set of data, but the result I seem to be getting is always "1". Below is the most simple form of the code that I am using (it is based on previous posts and tutorials on this site). (I have also attached a workbook with sample data and the code)
With ActiveSheet Set rnData = .UsedRange With rnData . AutoFilter Field:=1, Criteria1:="5" .Select 'demonstrate that the rnData range is valid lcount = .SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).Rows.Count End With End With
I have attached a sample sheet. Can someone be kind enough to teach me how to count unique numbers of visible cells ( I would be applying filter in the table) in textbox 1; and subtotal of the visible list in textbox 2?
Right now the range to count unique numbers is set to A2:A15, but I want to be able to change that range to other ranges, like B2:b100, etc. I do not know VB.
I have a column of cells (say N7:N149) for which I would like to count the number of times text is visible, as some are blank. Normally I would go =COUNTA(N7:N149), but in this instance the cells are only blank because I have related them to adjacent cells and nominated "" if those adjacent cells are blank, therefore when I use my =COUNTA(N7:N149) formula it gives me a total of 143 (149-7).
I have a spreadsheet that includes a column with location names and a column with location numbers. What I need to do is count the visible unique numbers and names (seperately) in a certain column when using a filter. I have found the formula to count the unique values and a formula to count the visible cells, but not a formula that does both.
I currently have the formula =Countif(E5:E158,"YES"). This formula works great if when I dont filter, however, I need to filter through the data and I only want it to count the cells that have "Yes" when it is filtered, not just all the cells. I searched to forums and people keep referencing Subtotal() however that is counting all the cells and not pulling out the "Yes" inputs only.
I used Sheets(1).Cells(1, 1).Rows.End(xlUp).Count instead of UsedRange.Rows.Count in this code , but it didn't succed with me. Why and how to do that
Dim i As Long, j As Long j = 1 For i = 1 To UsedRange.Rows.Count Sheets(2).Cells(j, "a").Value = Sheets(1).Cells(i, "a").Value Sheets(2).Cells(j, "b").Value = Sheets(1).Cells(i, "b").Value Sheets(2).Cells(j, "c").Value = Sheets(1).Cells(i, "c").Value j = j + 1 Next i End Sub
I have another question to ask, that is why I am posting another thread. I have a column with blanks and data (roughly abt 300 rows as such, not unique, there are many rows repeated numbers). How can I copy the distinct values from this column to another sheet. I am able to copy unique values to another column in the same sheet. But when I try to copy them to another sheet it gives me an error. I used advanced filter option to do this. I also want to get the count of these unique values. In sql I know it can be acheived with "Select Distinct row1, count(row1) from table1 order by row1".
Need to correct code to resize all visible rows on a sheet based only on the text in the visible columns. I have tried the below code but when it resizes it is using the largest amount of text in the rows including that in the hidden columns.
I am attempting to have a cell highlighted if the adjacent cells are visible, but no highlighting when the cells are hidden. For example, Cell D1 is highlighted when cells A1:C1 are visible, but not when cells A1:C1 are hidden. (this is for the group/outline feature)
Need macro that changes the text in a particular field. Previously, the column to change was column 46 (AT), but now the column is column 1 (A). If I adjust the last line and run the macro, I get this error message: "Compile error: Invalid or unqualified reference".
I am having a problem putting a range select statement in my macro. Here is what I'm trying to do. I want to select E1, then count down 10 cells below and copy. My sheet is filtered, so those rows are not continues. When I do the record a macro it highlights the rows and it looks like this (e10:e506, but it's only 10 items). I only want it to count down 10 cells and copy. Is there a statement for this.