I want to delete a specific words from string but i have a problem with the code below. For example, i wan to delete the word "Inc" only but the problem with my code is that it is deleting from "Incorporated" too and i want only the code to delete only if it finds the word "Inc" only.
I have a spreadsheet that I need VBA Code to do the following
1) Delete all rows where the word totals appears in Column B for eg "Totals for Vehicles Stocked in 0706" "Totals for Vehicles Stocked in 0707" etc
2) Delete all rows where the value in col m is less than 45
I have written the code, but cannot get it to work-see my code below
Sub Del_TOTALS_Underaged() FinalRow = Cells(65536, 2).End(xlUp).Row For i = FinalRow To 1 Step -1 If Cells(i, 2).Value >= "Totals" Then Cells(i, 1).EntireRow.Delete If Cells(i, 13).Value < "45" Then Cells(i, 1).EntireRow.Delete End If End If Next i
the active sheet contains a number of defined named ranges. i would like to delete range names beginning with "Sales", yet the number of defined ranges changed from sheet to sheet = for example, Sheet1 may have 3 defined ranges (Sales1, Sales2, Sales 3), Sheet 2 may have 1 (Sales 1). Is it possible to included a wildcard search in the following code?
Sub DeleteRangeNames() Dim RangeName As Name For Each RangeName In Names ActiveSheet.Names(RangeName.Name).Delete Next RangeName End Sub
I am trying to run a macro once a particular word shows up in the combo box. now in my chase i could try to use VBA code to run the macros such that once the arrow is used in the combobox to select a certain word a particular macro labled the same name as the word chosen would run.
I have a row (will always be row 3) where each cell contains a day of the week, the days repeats for a year or so, making the row almost 400 cells.
Like this, Mo - Tu - We - Th - Fr - Sa - Su - Mo - Tu - We - Th - Fr - Sa - Su - and so on...
Though, A3 doesn't have to be "Mo" because the days in this case can change (A3 can start with "Tu"), hence I think I need a macro.
So if this row contains a weekend, "Sa or "Su" I want all the cells in the column beneath that which contains a specific value to be cleared.
Example, if "Sa" or "Su" has 3 values in the columns under them, all the values that contain "X" or "Y" has to be cleared.
Like this: Rows (1,2,3...,) 1---- 2---- 3 Mo - Tu - We - Th - Fr - Sa - Su - .. and so on.. 4 A --- B --- X --- Y --- X --- B --- Y 5 A --- B --- X --- Y --- X --- X --- X 6 A --- B --- X --- Y - --X --- Y --- C
After the macro it should be:
1---- 2---- 3 Mo - Tu - We - Th - Fr - Sa - Su 4 A --- B --- X --- Y --- X --- B --- 5 A --- B --- X --- Y --- X --- --- 6 A --- B --- X --- Y - --X --- --- C
Currently I am using the Kickbutt VBA Find Function of Aaron, but I would like to have something that works more efficiently. What I currently do is (assuming all possible values for Column J are A - F):
I am setting up a charity accounts sheet, that will also calculate money raised from Raffles, so each raffle will have a name, I can do this by matching the amount with a description but wondered if I could calculate it by looking for specific words or reference in a cell
Sum all cells that the adjacent cell contains the reference "Raffle 0001" but not "Raffle 0002" this needs to be calculated on another cell
Sum all cells that the adjacent cell contains the reference "Rescue" this cell could contain other text as well, so could say "Rescue for Sweetie by Laura Herarty" or "Rescue for Bliss by Jane Telford" all need to be calculated.
I have this Command button that switches on and draws a line. If you press it again then I need to delete that line.
If I push the button multiple times Excel keeps changing the name of the line. I have multiple lines on the same worksheet and text boxes but only this 1 line needs to be delete. I would think that theres a way to assign a permanent name to this line and delete and recreate it but...
Let's say I have a long macro and I want to test some code a ways down in the macro, but I don't want to have to run through all the code to get there, because I already have my Excel spreadsheet set up at the point I need to check and I just want to start checking the code a ways into the procedure.
Short of commenting out all the code above where I want to start, is there another easier way to do this?
I know Excel is not the best tool for formatting sentences, but is there a way to insert a Line-Break based on a condition? (Either using Formula or VBA).
The situation is:A fixed-width cell, is a concatenation of 5 strings. Each of these 5 strings is a small sentence of 3-6 words; individually much smaller than the cell-width.2 of these 5 are fixed (one at start, one at the end). The other 3 are results of their respective "IF" formulas.Hence, the final sentence wraps over 2-3 lines.I need the 3rd & 5th sentence (the whole sentence, all 3-6 words of it) to start in a new line, only if they are going to be wrapped into two lines.
So If the wrapping results in: String1 String2 Stri ng3 String4 Stri ng5
Then change it to: String1 String2 String3 String4 String5
I have some data where I am plotting cumulative M events versus time (blue). I would like to make a tick mark, or dot or something to indicate when event N (pink) occurs on the blue line. Imagine that I am measuring eating (M) versus time and that I want to show on that line the points when food is delivered (N). this is the plot I desire (ive shown some ticks and dots as examples, how can i do either one?): http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.ph...2F360E1F246391 and this is my data/current plot: http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.ph...27974E102C0620
Is there a formula to find a specific word through many columns? Between A1 and L4500 i got a lot of diffrent information. I want to show if there is any cells in the row with the specific text, a formula in column M. Etc. If C100 got "topside" a notice in column M
I am using the formula below to calculate the number of days left to do something, when there are no days left I want the cell to display "Begun" in red italic text. Is it possible to do that via this formula or is a macro needed? =IF(ISBLANK(E2),"",IF((E2-I2)<0,"",E2-I2-10&(" Days")))