Import Macro Trying To Gain Acces To File That Doesn't Exist.
Dec 14, 2006
I get the following error:
"Run-time error '1004': "cmc4906.xls" File cannot be found.
Check the spelling of the file name and verify that the file
location is correct."
I am not trying to open a xls file. The path is clear and there are no file names with extensions in the path name (C:Weekly). I'm unclear of why the code thinks its looking for file cmc4906.xls and a xls file at that.
My problem is that I want to loop through a directory that contains csv files. The directory is dynamic so everytime could be a different number of files inside. I want the loop to go through each file and check if that file exists. If it doesn't to print a message that this specific files doesn't exist. Until now I got the following code:
I guess I should somehow place the counter j inside the Dir path in order to check if everytime time the file[j] exists?
Code below. I need it to NOT run if the sheet week2 doesn't exist. Currently it gives a runtime error '9' out of range. This is due tot he sheet not being present because sometimes it is not generated.
Sub RemoveColWeek2sheet() Dim ColNo As Integer Dim rng As Range Set rng = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Week2").UsedRange
I am really new to using Excel macros and having an issue trying to insert data in a column where the data may or may not already exist. In Column A I have a list of product lines.
Prodline1 Prodline2 Prodline3 Prodline4 Prodline5
I want to search through this list and if Prodline1 does not exist, then add a Prodline1 row to the end of the list, then check for Prodline2, Prodline3 etc and do the same. On any given month I may or may not have data for the Prodline but I still need to see it in my list. I've tried this code below but only get data if I define an actual cell and it only works for the first one.
Set R = ActiveSheet.Range("A1") endrange = Range("A65000").End(xlUp).Row For i = 1 To endrange
I have several workbooks, and each has a different number of sheets (i.e. Pool1, Pool2, Pool3, etc...). One workbook may have the sheets named Pool1, Pool2, and Pool 4, but no Pool 3. Can I write code to ignore what is supposed to happen to the sheet "Pool 3" if the sheet doesn't exist.
I need to create a worksheet and then populate it with header row containing columns names, and with values starting at row2. Before I do all this I wanted to first create a spreadsheet, I was successful in getting this done by getting a piece of code from this website. But, what if spreadsheet already exists from a previous run, then, in that case I want to clear the contents. Before I get too far ahead, I am unable to escape runtime error 9, array subscript out of range whenever I use any sort of code to check if the sheet exists.
Also, my attempts to circumvent this error by putting in errorhandling is ignored, i.e. I get the standard run-time error message box, but, not what I want the code to do is such an error occurs.
Function wsExists(wksName As String) As Boolean On Error Resume Next wsExists = CBool(Len(Worksheets(wksName).Name) > 0)End Function
I have a project to compare the months from January 2014 through to June 2014. What I am needing to do is Compare each month's sheet with June's sheet (Jun14) and if a row doesn't exist in Jun14 sheet then copy it to a new sheet. I need to keep the months seperate from each other so every time it compares a sheet to Jun14 it will copy the data that it doesn't see in Jun14 to a new sheet.
I run a macro to change many features on an excel sheet. I'm trying to include a command that searches for an excel sheet and if not found to skip over that command and proceed to search for the next sheet. If the second sheet is included, then to proceed in running the following code for that specific page.
1) Search if sheet is included 2) if no to sheet exisiting, then proceed to search for next sheet. 3) if yes to sheet existing, then run the code below.
I have a workbook, with an around 70 sheet. Every sheet presents a sample reprot supplied by my client, the 3rd row in every sheet holds the report's title, (actually, not the whole 3rd row is merged, only specific range of cells are merged and this range is different among the sheets, e.g.: In the first sheet, the cells B3:M3 are merged to hold the title where in the second sheet , the cells B3:N3 are merged)
Now i need to copy all these titles to a separate sheet,
if I have to un- merge the cells or re-merge the whole row, I will not mind, espically if I will get a quiker solution since i also have another 3 similar workbooks.
I have the following code that enters data from a user form, the problem is that the textbox (Locker) data will not validate when entered into worksheet.
Private Sub cmdEdit_Click() Dim rownum As Integer rownum = 2 'Prompt user with message box asking for input in both text boxes If Me.txtNumber = vbNullString Then response = MsgBox("Please enter a Work Number", vbInformation) Me.txtNumber.SetFocus Else ' Insert the work no., driver, locker, keys issued & keys On hand ActiveCell = Me.txtNumber.Value ActiveCell. Offset(0, 1) = Me.txtLocker.Value ActiveCell.Offset(0, 2) = Me.txtIssued.Value ActiveCell.Offset(0, 3) = Me.txtOnHand.Value................
I have just opened a sheet in work and this phenomenon has occured. Basically the data validation: list appears to be referencing a sheet that doesn't exist! My initial thought is that the original sheet name had been changed, but on trial the list seems to change reference. I've checked that the sheets aren't hidden
I have a number of similar templates on a server used to produce quotations from other files with lookup formulas. They all have 2 modules, 3 & 4. Module 3 deletes certain data and shows values instead of formulas for most of the pricing etc. Module 4 contains a macro that logs info in another central workbook on the server.
If 2 files are opened based on the same template at once, when the Quote_Wrapup macro (in module3) is run on one of the open files(code follows) from a button on the spreadsheet it often produces a Run-time error '9' Subscript out of range error.
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VB: AutoLinked keywords will cause extra spaces before keywords. Extra spacing Is Not transferred when copy/pasting, but Is If the keyword uses "quotes". Sub Newsheet() sheetname = Format(Now, "dd-mmm-yyyy") MsgBox sheetname sheet_count = Worksheets.Count 'Checking for Replication................
I would like to have a macro that will allow me to browse to the desired file and import the data into columns. I have the macro working to the point of allowing me to browse, select the file, and pasting the contents into the active sheet.
The things that I need help with are:
1. Getting the data to paste into a specific cell instead of A1. Currently the code is
I would like the data to start in A7.
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