I humbly seek help on the "Find and Add based on Font Colour". For instance, A1="urgent"(with red font) and I want B1 to return as "ATTENTION". Other than red font, it will return as empty string. Can Conditional Formatting do the task?
I'm looking to set up a spreadsheet whereby individuals answer questions and have to format their answer using a particular font, colour, font size and so on. The idea is that I can then compare their answer sheet to a pre completed one using an =IF function and get a total score. The only problem is =if and =exact only lookup cell text/numbers and don't look at how the text is formatted within them.
I have 11 names, one name in each cell, in one row. I want to be able to delete a row if there are more than 3 names in that row that have the same font colour, eg red. Would have to be a loop type macro to check all of the rows on the one worksheet.
I have an autoshape rectangle which is linked to a cell on my spreadsheet. This cell will auto update whenever i type a number into a different cell (match and index formula).
I want the colour of the rectangle to be green, amber. red or black depending the value my formula brings back. I have managed to do this but the colour does not automatically update. Also when the colour goes black i will need the font in the text box to be white, at all other tines it will be black.
I'm creating a simple spreadsheet totalling units of alcohol up. Is it possible to change the colour of the fornt when different values are reached? For example if a total of under 8 units is reached this is displayed in green, if over 8 the figure is shown in red.
when i pasted the data into an Excel sheet, the background will change to red and the font will turn to blue. Besides, the font in header will change as well. I can't find the way how to do it because this template is set by other person. I can confirm this is not done by macro.
The following code does everything I need it to except for some reason it is not sending the font colour through first or the font colour is getting overwritten. I have formula in other worksheets that are counting the red and the blue to determine which rider in a team it is. For some reason the time sent to "B Grade" worksheet is ending up in black font. Can anyone explain to me why this is occuring.
I am using worksheet function.text because I am working with elapsed times that could be over 24hrs. I was wondering if the default text colour for the worksheet.text() function is black and if it could be changed.
Attached example sheet. Basic table of data, with column F being a validation list, is it possible that when choosing COMPLETE from the list, the row and font change colour, and then move to the top of the list?
I'm not the only simpleton using the sheet so I need it to be as simple as possible. I know it doesnt seem like a big thing but the sheet we are working from is huge and I dont want people cutting and pasting away, I just dont trust them with my spreadsheets.
I have create a Command Bar, my problem I'm trying to understand is this 1.Can you amend the font colour of the any Captions on the CommandBar? 2.How can I get the Caption to pick up from a range and use the range name as the Caption?
I have named a range in a worksheet that I want to pick up and use as the range. Below is my CommandBar code
I am trying to define a font colour within a macro When I record the macro, I choose a colour from the font colour-picker in the Home section of the ribbon. The colour I choose is one of the grey shades Everything seems to work ok, and the macro saves with the colour defined as a long number, e.g.
I am working on a spreadsheet for work, and have managed to do everything I need to so far but I need to colour specific letter strings, certain colours within a range of cells (each letter string will only appear once on each sheet)
The strings I will be looking for vary depending on data entered so I will need to cell reference them
The strings that need colouring are in cells with other strings that must stay black (They cannot be separated from other strings due to the nature of the grid)
I need some strings red, some green, and some blue.
These changes should also apply to the whole workbook not just one sheet.
I need to create a macro that will examine a range of cells, for example D12:T12, find the cell with the largest number value in that range then set the font for that cell to bold (or red, or change the cell background color).
I have a workbook that has 1800 sheets, some have a grey (VBA colour 15)filled cell somewhere in column A (varying no.s of rows) that I want to keep. Some have no filled cells at all in column A and I want to delete the sheet.
I have a large list of students (Col a,b) who do several sports (up to 10) each, which are arranged as sport name (Col c) followed by score (col d), repeated on pairs of columns for the other 9 sports.
I need a macro to find the 4 highest scoring sports for each student in turn and to highlight the score and sport cells. I have tried to find permutations using the LARGE function but I cannot see how I can do this.
I'm trying to develop code that will perform the function in the title. I want to use an if statement that looks at cells across the worksheet and where it finds certain text it should colour the entire row. I would also like to be able to input the text via a user box. I don't necessarily want the code
I have a workbook that includes a drop down list with three options. One of the options is "TA". The default font type for these cells is "Wingdings" but when "TA" is chosen I want the Font Type to change to "Arial".
I am trying to delete certain cells within a range of data (A13:E29) that have white font or #N/A's. The only information I need is the black data. I have to manually go and clear these cells for many different ranges. I'd like to incorporate a macro that analyzes the range first to delete the values that are white font or #N/A.
I'm trying to get the font to turn red in column G if it is greater than or equal to column I, and get it to turn orange if it is between 80% of I and I. This is what I've got so far.
Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range) If Range("G" & Target.Row) >= Range("I" & Target.Row) Then Range("G" & Target.Row).Font.ColorIndex = 3 If Range("G" & Target.Row) >= Range(("I" & Target.Row) * 0.8) Then Range("G" & Target.Row).Font.Color = 45 End Sub