i am trying to make a user form with two msg boxes (To and From Date). In excel spreadsheet It was rather easy to bring a popup msg if they were invalid under some stated rules. see below a rationale of the rules where A3=From Date and B3 To Date and the desired outcome of is:
So i wonder if it is possible to make a VBA code to validate these two dates? and bring a warning msg after keypress or after pressing submitcmd or any other available if available.
I have two userforms. When the user chooses the choice "Other" in the userform frmTradeSickOther, another userform called frmOther will be called. At this point, the user will enter some required comments in a textbox (called txtOther) and click the "Add Comment" button. If the user does not enter anything, a prompt will inform the user to type something in the textbox.
My problems: Once the user clicks okay to the prompt, frmOther is called back. When it's called back, I want the cursor to blink in the textbox. Eventhough I have SetFocus on the textbox, it does not work. I don't know why.How do I prevent the user from just hitting enter (i.e., accepting blank lines as comments) and bypassing the commenting part. The code below accounts for hitting enter once (i.e., one blank line), but not multiple times. How do I do this?
Here is what I have when the user clicks on the "Other" choice in frmTradeSickOther:
Code: Private Sub optOther_Click() Unload Me frmOther.Show frmOther.txtOther.SetFocus 'This gets the cursor to blink in textOther when frmOther is called. End Sub
Here is what I have when the user clicks the "Add Comment" button on frmOther:
Code: Private Sub btnAddComment_Click() On Error Resume Next txtOther.Value = Trim(txtOther.Value) 'This is to make sure spaces aren't accepted as a comment. If Me.txtOther = vbNullString Then Me.Hide MsgBox "Please enter the necessary information.", vbInformation, "Required Field" Me.Show Me.txtOther.SetFocus 'Here is where I set focus on txtOther. Exit Sub End If
'Everything below is to add comments automatically to each cell when a value is changed.
Application.CommandBars("Cell").Controls("Delete Comment").Enabled = True If Not ActiveCell.Comment Is Nothing Then Application.CommandBars("Cell").Controls("Edit Comment").Enabled = True Range(curCell).ClearComments
while trying to limit the user's input to a userform textbox to no avail. For example one textbox on the form should only be numbers and I therefore want to restrict the user to typing in a two digit code like 02 or 72 (not for calculations). Another textbox I only want to allow the user to input 6 characters in the format letter, four numbers and a letter. If the user inputs the wrong stuff a message box pops up and the focus is reset
I am trying to find out how many projects might be active as of a certain date.
I have a tab in excel that contains project data. For each project there is a "Start Date" and there might be an "End Date"
My question is, how do I count all the rows where the start date is Less than a given date and the end date is after a given date? The wrinkle is... if the end date is empty then obviously it should be counted as well (assuming the start date is still before the given date).
I have a macro that creates a new sheet, the name of which is based off of an input box. Does someone have some generic code to ensure that the user inputs a valid name? Here's what I have, it only checks to see if the name is a duplicate:
'Prompt user for the name of the output sheet newsheetname = inputbox("Name Your Output Sheet:", "Notice!", "Margin Output")
'Check whether or not the name is taken TestName: For a = 1 To Sheets.Count If Sheets(a).Name = newsheetname Then newsheetname = inputbox("Name Taken. Please Rename Your Output Sheet:", "Notice!", "Margin Output") GoTo TestName End If Next a
It's the last road-block left to making this function work. The Problem is in the If...Then statement. If A is true the formula works, but is it is not, then it returns a value. The Expression
IBGLink = (E & CustomDate & EndOfLink) works on its own, so there is an issue with If Application.WorksheetFunction.IsError(A) Then Does anyone know an alternative way of validating a variable or a trick of sort that can be used here. A to E and CustoDate and CustDatePN are declared as global variables.
Function IBGLink(IBG_URL As String, FrstDate As Date, ScndDate As Date, Optional EndOfLink As String) A = Mid(IBG_URL, Application.WorksheetFunction.Find("/200", IBG_URL), 8) B = Left(IBG_URL, Application.WorksheetFunction.Find("/200", IBG_URL)) C = Right(IBG_URL, Len(IBG_URL) - (Len(A) + Len(B))) D = Left(C, Application.WorksheetFunction.Find(".200", C)) E = Left(IBG_URL, Application.WorksheetFunction.Find(".200", IBG_URL)) CustomDate = Format(FrstDate, "yyyymmdd") CustDatePN = Format(ScndDate, "yyyymmdd") If Application.WorksheetFunction.IsError(A) Then IBGLink = (E & CustomDate & EndOfLink) Else: IBGLink = (B & CustomDate & D & CustDatePN & EndOfLink) End If ................
I'm attempting to require a numerical entry in a cell using data validation. The function =AND(ISNUMBER(cell),NOT(ISBLANK(cell))) does not perform as intended. Unchecking "Ignore Blank" has no effect. The ISNUMBER function evaluates to TRUE on a blank cell. When used outside of data validation, NOT(ISBLANK(cell)) evaluates to FALSE on a blank cell, making me think the AND(...) function should be sufficient.
I have a truth table, let's say it is an ordinary 2^3
ID 1234567 8 condition AYYYYNNNN condition BYYNNYYNN condition CYNYNYNYN
Currently I am pasting the results of a DB query into the left half of my sheet and I analyse this data using Excel functions in the right half. Among these functions are cells that evaluate the conditions above, e.g.: cond A is evaluated as true or false in column H cond B is evaluated as true or false in column K cond C is evaluated as true or false in column M
What I would like is a function to place at the end of the row (col T) which will display the ID of the relevant column in the truth table that the three values together correspond to, e.g.: A=T, B=T, C=F gives result 2 A=F, B=F, C=T gives result 7
I have been trying to achieve the following with formulas but have not been successful. I am making a simple schedule, and I am trying to validate the cells so that you can not schedule someone for multiple tasks during the same time range. In the example that I attached, Harry is diswashing from 1:00 - 4:00 but is also scheduled to paint from 2:00 - 5:00 (this should not be allowed). How can I achieve this with code?
I'd like to create a data validation with 1 dropdown list in the second worksheet in B4, relating to 3 cell ranges on the first worksheet (COS, Expenses & Capital). If 3 can't work, I've created 1 called 'dropdown' which incorporates all 3.
which formula I need to write into the validation, or what else I need to do in order to find a solution to this.
I want to inform my users via a message box if they have not entered the previous month's information. The months are populated via a User form using a combo box selection. The months start from April through to March and are entered into the worksheet range ("aa3").
Data is entered monthly by the team. I don't know how to begin with this. I've managed to inform them when they've already entered that months information, but I don't know where to begin with this.
I am trying to query my data, which includes a date field. If the user changes the date, I want to perform certain actions. Once I find the record, I can update all the fields with the userform. However, I can't compare the date in the userform with the date I have found so that it will follow a different course of action. Using the following I get the message whether I change the date or not.
VB: If VisitorForm.txtLastVisit.Value <> FoundCell.Offset(0, -3).Value Then MsgBox "Dates Don't Match", vbExclamation, "Sorry" Exit Sub End If
If I change the "<>" to "=", the routine stops whether I change the date or not. Something's working, but not right.
I did find that the userform sets the format to mm/dd/yyyy although the data is mm/dd/yy. But I've tried changing the data format and it made no difference.
I have a UserForm that is designed to allow the user to filter dates on various columns. There are three comboBoxes on this sheet that are populated by linking to cells on a Control worksheet using RowSource in the Properties window. catCombo is the column to filter, dateCombo and endCombo are the two dates to filter between.
I have come up with the following code to activate filters, but there are problems (which I'll tell you about in a sec!):
With the attached spreadsheet what I am trying to do is create a userform sheet that I can use to look up a specific date within the spreadseet. First of all I somehow need to populate the drop down box with all the dates that are located in the sheet. From there I would like a macro to go through my workbork and find all the selected dates and bring back the "Task #" and Site Name associated with the dates
For example if I put Mon 09 Jun in the macro will bring back Site one - Task 1 Site three - Task 2 Site two - Task 1
I have an issue with a userform that needs to pull and insert dates.
This hinges on several formulas and pivot tables plus eventually gets imported into access so my needs as shows will not be all that flexible.
this needs to be input as "05/01/2012" but read as "MAY", the userform needs to display the date in a method that makes sense to my temp/seasonal users (mmmm format preferred) but needs to be in the cell as mm/dd/yyyy so the formulas and pivot tables can make properly read them. I have been trying this for months and it seems i can get all the parts working independant but not all at once.
The default reads fine and it inputs fine but the drop down has excel date codes (40156, 40187, etc) The default is fine and inputs the date AS "mmmm" format but cant be read by the forumalas or access.
I am open to examples like making the combo box populate another textbox or field on the form but haven't gotten that to work yet either. Example files and picture in the link [URL] .......
I have a UserForm with several text boxes where dates are input, the user form is acts as a data entry form so the text boxes are not linked to individual cells. My problem is that when the dates are entered into my worksheet they are in Text Format even though the worksheet column is formatted to Custom Date dd,mm,yyyy.
My code is as follows:-
Private Sub TextD_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean)
I want the user to select a date from a calendar and insert a new sheet if a new date has been selected otherwise display the calendar again; then get the user to select a 2nd date and use this is in a Vlookup formula:......
Show the user the calendar Record the value Format it and check it against existing sheetsIf it doesn't exist, insert a new sheet ( name = date)If it is already present ask the user to enter another date and present the calendar to them againShow the user for the calendar for the 2nd dateRecord the valueCheck it against existing sheet names (names = dates) - it needs to be a valid date = sheet nameIf it's valid, use it in the vlookup formulaIf it's invalid, warn the user and display the calendar againOnce 2 correct dates are entered, I have a routine that then runs fine ....
I'm getting very lost in when the routine 'SheetAlreadyExists' and 'InsertNewSheet' should run (ie before/after each other etc.)
I'm building a form comprising some text boxes and drop down lists. I'd like for data (once input into the form by the user) to input, upon click of a submit button, into an excel spreadsheet, row by row.
Here's where i'm struggling: I need the form to validate data before submitting. Namley, the form must not allow null values to be submitted and will show a message box telling the user what is needed.
Below is what i've got so far. I've tried playing around with this but am struggling to implement the above functionality:
I have been using excel form last 1 year. I do have good knowledge for macro but for validating emailID entry I am not getting success.,So if any body can give me a sample code for validating email ID entry or a macro for checking and highlight those email ID which r wrongly formated..
I'm currently developing a calendar that has a list in it with lets say 4 options. What I want the calendar to do is calculate at a specific 'cell' the number of entries that are selected during the month.
The idea is to have a drop down on each 'day' and a counter that calculates the number of times one specific options has been selected. Once the option has been selected the 'day' will change to the corresponding color.
I have generated a matrix in excel through iteration (I'm trying to calculate a dinamic covariance matrix between 50 values) which looks like this:.......
A 50x50 matrix. What I have generated in each cell is not the formula, but the text of the formula. Somehow Excel has a valid formula in a specific cell, but "doesn't know yet" that within the cell there is no longer a text. So, to make every formula run, I have to go cell by cell pressing F2, then enter, 2.500 times. Notice that in each formula I don't have something like this:
+"+COVAR(Rends!C4:AB4;Rends!C4:AB4)" or '+COVAR(Rends!C4:AB4;Rends!C4:AB4)
but the valid formula: +COVAR(Rends!C4:AB4;Rends!C4:AB4)