I have not been sucessful in trying to click on the resulted links generated by the result page when submiting the "search button"
how can I click on the below link? Perhaps if could just get help in how to retreave from the resulting document source the "candidateId=119328867" number generated by the search java script function below.
i have an excel file with over 30 sheets on it. Contained in each sheet is a seperate pivot chart. i am looking for away to navigate around these sheets from the main screen. does anyone have any suggestions or opinions on the best way i can do this? here are my ideas but not sure which would work best
1. Create main sheet at the start and have hyperlinks to all sheets (by doing this how could i navigate back to home page?)
2. Create userform with drop down list of sheet names or search function to search for sheet names and then click on a button to go to sheet? dont know would i be able to do this? will the userform follow to the sheet with the pivot chart so i can select a different one from the same page? how could i hide the userform to view the chart and then bring it back to navigate to another?
I'm looking to create a navigation sheet. Clicking different buttons will switch tabs and take you to the different parts of whichever sheet. Some sheets are several pages long so I thought this would be handy.
I tried using the hyperlink but it doesn't work as expected. It kind of randomly goes there. Ideally, I'd like the top of the page to be at the top of the screen.
I needed to create even the simplest of VB Code and i'm struggling to get a macro to navigate around a worksheet.
Here's what I have so far...
Sub Macro2() Selection.End(xlDown).Select Selection.End(xlDown).Select Selection.End(xlDown).Select Selection.End(xlDown).Select Selection.ClearContents Selection.End(xlToRight).Select Selection.Cut Selection.End(xlUp).Select Selection.End(xlUp).Select Selection.End(xlUp).Select (At this point, I want the cell 2 above the last selected to be highlighted) ActiveSheet.Paste End Sub
when the user selects any cell(s), then hits the command button, I want the code to move the cell(s) selection to the far left i.e. Column "A". I've managed this is a roundabout way, but I'm trying to make a far more elegant version.
Set C = Selection With C While Not C.Previous Is Nothing MsgBox C Set C = C.Previous Wend End With
So C is the selection made my the user, for this example they are just selecting one cell. The MsgBox proves to me the code to moving the cell selection to the left, but the While condition falls as the Previous test condition fails and bombs the macro. I cannot think of another way of doing this. Is there a method that returns X and Y co-ordinates as numbers?
I have 1000 urls to view everyday and identify type of website. Everyday i have to copy that url from excel and paste in browser which consume lot lot time for me. Is it possible to create vba in excel so when i select or move on that url cell (not to click on any click button) url get open in excel only.
Every day I gotta enter information in my work's website (intranet), however I dont know that much about manipulate with VBA the Internet Explorer application, for example once I enter information in the website, I gotta enter an ID after that I gotta select the date, then I gotta give some clicks in some checkboxes, then I copy some information from excel and enter that information in the navigator, and finally click on save. The thing is that I do not have access to that website in my home so is impossible for me to provide you with the link... what kind of codes do I need to do it, or where can I find a manual where I can learn to manipulate another application like the Internet explorer with VBA.
I am using Excel 2003 to run a workbook that contains 60 separate worksheets. To make it easier for the techs to navigate the workbook I created a block of 60 autoshapes, (5 blocks high x 12 blocks long) each block hyperlinked to each worksheet and labeled with the worksheet name. I then placed one of these blocks at the top of every worksheet. A tech can click on the block and it takes him right to the page he is looking for, pretty straight forward. It works very well, but as you can guess this is a lot of autoshapes to be stuck in one workbook (3600) and whenever you make major changes to the workbook than the blocks become a factor, and if you resize the columns or add one, or change a worksheet name... I thought about just creating 60 custom buttons and sticking them on a custom tool bar - but I found trying to create a button with a number on it like "34" (for "worksheet 34") was pretty tough in the button editor.
way to create a set of hyperlink buttons that will allow you to quickly navigate through 60 worksheets?
Insert a drop down list that is attached to a bunch of data to make it easier to navigate through the data.
Therefore, when you chose one item in the list it will populate data in the worksheet for that item in the list and change for each item in the list.
For example, if you have ten people's names in the list when you pick Nancy it will show you information on her and when you pick Scott it will populate with completely different data. The data all coming from one master tab.
I am using the below code to login to a website from Excel when I close a userform.
What I now need is a way to check if the website is already open to prevent the code from running and I also would like to navigate to another page on the website once its logged in. The web address of the other page is:
Sub LogInToRoyalMail() Const cURL = "http://www.XXXXX.co.uk/" 'Enter the web address here Const cUsername = "XXXXXX" 'Enter your user name here Const cPassword = "XXXXXX" 'Enter your Password here
I have used VBA in Excel to open IE, browse, capture web pages, etc. for several years. Now with Vista, IE 7, and Excel 2007 they no longer work. The createobject does create an IE window, but when using the .navigate method it opens a secondary window. The IE object is no longer accessible after the navigate is executed.
Sub GetKBArticles() Dim IE As Object Dim sURL As String Dim i As Integer
I recived the small job of making a template for my company for travel. I had spare time so I added in a feature so they can just e-mail it to the approite person from clicking a command button intead of taking the time to click the built in excel e-mail function and typing the addresse.
Anyway, this from tells the person who it is being e-mail to, what flights to book.
I have differnt command buttons to bring up differnt airline webpages, bascially a hyperlink but in command button form. Is there a way, just because i have time, to take the flying dates from excel, input them into the webpage which the command brings up, and search for the flights for that date, just by clicking a button in excel?
I was reading Box Office Mojo and wanted to know which actor would have the highest box office total if worldwide sales were accounted for and inflation was considered (for some reason they offer the data in 3 different formats but that is not one of them). I had previously only used Excel for simple records so I had to search your site for ways to write a few macros but I got everything working. I want to present the data.
It looks like embedding a spreadsheet in a webpage can be done but is there anyway I can add a feature so that if the person browsing the site clicks on a cell that cell's data will removed from consideration? I don't want the cell to actually display a "0" but if the background color could change to signify it was no longer being counted that would awesome. A lot of people argue about what movie should be counted toward an actors total box office record (starring roles only, supporting roles, voice work, cameos) so I would really like to be able to allow people to easily remove roles they personally don't think should count towards the total.
I am currently working on a VBA Macro in order to scrape data from a webpage into an Excel spreadsheet. My problem originates from the type of webpage that I am accessing. I am accessing a webpage that is used to filter the type of information, in which I have a Favorite (preset), which is the URL that I have included in the code. Once I get to that page, the code selects the proper function to load the data onto another webpage. It is from this webpage that the data I need to import into the spreadsheet is located.
Here is a step by step breakdown of my macro and the bolded/underlined portion .
Macro initiated - > filter webpage opened - > selection of filter preloaded - > data loaded into another webpage - > webpage with data opened - > | need to transfer data to Excel |
I have a simple text box I need to fill in with my email which I have managed to do very simply with this code;
Dim IE As InternetExplorer Dim sIEWindowName As String Set IE = New InternetExplorer IE.Visible = True
The layout looks like this with my email.value entered in.
I'm using Access 2007, but that is irrelevant for the VBA.
My problem is I can't enter the filename as easily. I have to use SENDKEYS to TAB over then a bunch of other tacky SENDKEY commands to load my file. Even though it works I don't feel it's reliable and would rather just fill the file name in a bit easier.
I used IE developer to show before and after using the BROWSE button to load the file location as seen in pic 1 and pic 2.
The code below has been my best attempt. It runs without error but it does not give me the result I need which is a file location for the application to pull.
have been trying to work out how to copy data from a website into a worksheet. For some reason the Data > Import External Data > New Web Query route does not work so I have tried the code below but cannot get this to work either.
What I am trying to achieve is to copy each of the various tables on the page into Excel.
Dim WebCopy As Object Dim WebtitleCopy As Object Set WebCopy = Sheets("Sheet2") WebCopy.Cells.Clear