I have a workbook with multiple sheets. There is an overview sheet and then 14 sheets allowing for 14 days worth of schedule information. There are then 3 sheets following the 14 days to total some information. The workbook users frequently change the sheet names of the 14 sheets to reflect days of the week.
I'm creating a copy for distribution that takes the active workbook and copies the values to a new workbook. There are columns that I would like to delete from the 14 day sheets and that would be easy enough if the sheet names were never changed.
The code I'm using currently follows (my thanks to Turtle 44 for helping on that section)
Sub Copy_Visible_Sheets() Dim arr() As String Dim i As Integer Dim WB As Workbook Dim WS As Worksheet Set WB = ActiveWorkbook Application. ScreenUpdating = False
'Make sure template is saved as .xls If Not ThisWorkbook.Saved Then MsgBox "Please save this workbook before generating a Client Copy." Else
I have counted the number of rows using i. Now I need to pass that variable to the ActiveCell referances shown.
Do While Not Selection. Offset(i, -6) = "" ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "= round(R[i]C[-8],2)&""±""&round(R[i]C[-7],2)" ActiveCell.Offset(0, 1) = "=round(R[i]C[-7],2)&""±""&round(R[i]C[-6],2)" ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select Loop End Sub
I have a spread sheet that lists a bunch of dates and expected volume that will be associated with the date. I need to build a macro that will look at the first date expand it out for several months then look at the volume and break that out over a week's time.
That part is simple enough but I need to turn this into a looping statement and I cannot figure out a way to get my macro to always come back to the next date in my list.
Ideally I would like something that is a variable that references the cell I want so I can do something like this.
Code: MYRANGE = range("B2") Do range(MYRANGE).select
This should work for me perfectly if I can just figure out how to make the MYDATE varaible reference a sepecific cell rather than a value or text in the cell.
I'm trying to use a variable as a cell reference in a formula using '&', but can't seem to get it to work. I've looked through the forum, which have examples of how to do this using a range, but not just as a single cell reference. This puts the formula '=VLOOKUP("A & lastrow &"" , Vlookupinput, 2,0)", which obviously gives me an error.
My code is:
Code: Dim lastrow As String lastrow = Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row + 1
I am building an Excel sheet for my company which keeps track of who has done what with a new client in a step by step process. I have it set up so that once a department clicks complete in a box it automatically emails (VIA a macro) the next person who needs to do the next task. Some tasks are done by the same person no matter what, other tasks are done by a project leader which is different depending on the client.
The problem I'm having is that, within the macro, I need to reference an email address in a cell X cells to the left in the ".TO" line.
So, in Column A I have the CLIENT, Column B The PROJECT LEADER, and Column C The PROJECT LEADERS EMAIL. Then the next 22 Columns are labeled steps with drop down boxes, once the have selected "COMPLETED" it triggers the macro and send the email, just not on the ones when it needs to email the PROJECT LEADER, since it's a variable. Below is the macro, how I can have the ".TO" line in the email reference the email address in Column C to the left of it?
Sub Mail_Workbook_1() Dim OutApp As Object Dim OutMail As Object
I'd like to assign a value located in a cell in a workbook to a variable in a VBA program in another workbook. I do NOT want to open the workbook that contains the cell with the value. I can't get the hang of referencing an external cell reference. Let's say there's a value in a cell named "nbr" in a workbook named "tst.xls" located in a path "c: est" that I want to assign to a variable "tstnbr" in a VBA program, what is the best way to code that?
I want to create a formula of the form: =INDIRECT(ADDRESS(4,2,2,TRUE,($A9) and insert this in a cell BUT the $A9 reference needs to reference the row of the cell where the formula is being inserted which will vary. ie. A30, A31, etc. How do I do this?
Excel 2003 > Attached is a small model of what I am trying to accomplish. Cells B2 and B4 contain the same formula … a formula that calls a simple function. The function has a variable passed to it … and the value of that variable changes depending on the location of the cell. Now, see the function in Module1 … it is called CellCalc. If the variable passed = Jim then value = 3. If the variable passed = Jack then value = 8. That is straightforward.
Note also that when Sheet1 is activated, I calculate the cells from left to right and top to bottom … that is important. Here is the challenge. If B2 > 1 then I want to add B2 to B4 and set B2 to 1. I can set B4 properly but I cannot reset B2. You can see my 2 attempts that are commented out. Is there some way of accomplishing this … or am I simply stuck in a circular reference?
The alternative to this is to write a function that operates externally on these cells. That will work for sure but then the values of the calculations will overwrite the functions in those cells, thereby taking away the dynamic nature of this application.
I have a monitoring system that records a data point with a date/time stamp several times a day at random intervals. For each reading I want to calculate the change compared to the first reading that was more than 24 hours ago, which could be anywhere from 1 to 20 rows above the current one. Hence with the timestamp in col A and the value in col B, the formula in col C, for example cell C20, needs to read something like =B20-Bxyz, where xyz is the row number of the first reading that is more than 24 hours, i.e the first row xyz where A20-Axyz >1.
I have been given the following code and it works great. I now need to adapt it to the following scenario: In the attached sheet, the user has to select either, "Suburban" or "Squad" in row 5. If the user selects, "Suburban" I need this script to compare the values they enter in a given row to the value in column "B". If the user selects, "Squad" I need this script to compare the values they enter in a given row to the value in column "C".
Look at row 48, for example. If the user enters, "Suburban" in cell D5 then the value they enter in cell D48 should equal "1". If it does not equal "1" then it should proceed with the adding of a comment. Conversely, if the user enters, "Squad" in cell D5 then the value the enter in cell D48 should equal "2". If it does not equal "2" then it should proceed with the adding of a comment.
In Sheet2 I have a list of cell addresses showing values such as D5, D32, D59, D221, D869 stored in cells AB7:AB16. In Sheet1 the "D" column holds dates. I want to return the corresponding date for each D# cell into Sheet2 in column AC7:AC16. I'm unaware of the proper syntax for this. I though it would look something like:
I have an IF statment that looks at a sheet but I would like it to look at certain sheets I.E. sheet 2,4,5,6.
Sub SelectPrintArea2() For Each ws In Worksheets If Range("Sheet4Q5").Value > 0 Then Range("A1:AA47").Select ws.PageSetup.PrintArea = "$A$1:$AA$47" ElseIf Range("C5").Value > 0 Then Range("A1:M47").Select ws.PageSetup.PrintArea = "$A$1:$M$47" End If Next ws End Sub
But it will only look at the sheet it is in and not any of the other sheets. I've tried to tell it which sheets but I just get errors.
I'd like to be able to refer to a cell or local scope defined name within my sheet that references another sheet, or accomplish the same functionality in some way.
For example, if I have a sheet MyInformation and then another sheet MyPrintedInformation, where the printed information sheet shows MyInformation in a more printer-friendly format, I might have this in MyPrintedInformation:
a cell or defined name that says (this doesn't work, but just as an example): let's call the named variable TheSheetToPrint ='MyInformation'. Then from within MyPrintedInformation all of my references look like this
The next cells on bottom line (B2:B10) contains the results of the this test.
On another Sheet i want to analyze those results, thus I need the results from Sheet1 be copeid to sheet2. I want just to indicate the test name (A1 location) and the rest of the cells will be copeid automatically(relative reference, relatively to A1).
We have a sizeable Excel workbook that contains many worksheets for various things, everything works smoothly except for one minor niggle.
I am looking for a formula that references to a cell on a previous worksheet, the worksheet could be named anything (eg A1, B, 2, 3.4, etc). Then to add 1, ideally the first worksheet inserted must equal, say, 0 BUT can reference the sheet previous as this is a constant; so something along the lines of...
Cell A1 =magic formula Cell A2 =A1+1
This is to get a vlookup to work consistently.
OR another option is, for the worksheet to reference an already populated worksheet and read down a table by adding one to reference the cells. Eg first sheet reads ='schedule'!A13, the next sheet added would read A14 then A15 etc...
OR a worksheet (like page numbers) count into a cell onto each worksheet inserted, eg on worksheet 6 in cell A1 the number 6 would be inserted then worksheet 7 would have 7 inserted into A1 etc..
I have several worksheets and I want to summarize all of their data on the main page. The second worksheet is called Grady, the third worksheet is called Stella and the forth worksheet is called Westminster.
On the Main Page cell B1 is, "Grady", C1 is, "Stella" and D1 is, "Westminster". On B5 I need the value of cell C5 on Grady but I don't want to have to type it in as this formula will have to be carried over for several columns.
Currently I have:
Code: =Grady!C5 In cell B5 on the main page but I want: