This macro starts out looking for the first non blank cell by looking down about a hundred cells and then going back up till it finds the first non blank cell. When it finds the first non-blank cell it goes up 1 row and adds 1 to the number for the next row. It works fine the first time then, after the file is saved it will stop the macro with the following message; Run-time error ‘1004’ No cells were found. If I format the cells in question, the macro works again until I save the file, then it happens again.
Excel 2003 11.8220.8221 SP3
I think there is a hotfix for this but I can't get it to install. Is there a way around this?
This is the portion of the code that gets the error:
The script below scans through a specified folder on a network and scans every xls file inside that folder for a value. When it finds the spreadsheet which contains that value (a policy number) it outputs some of the data from the matching file and also provides a link to the sheet in question.
It worked perfectly until I saved, exited and re-opened the file and now I am getting a 1004 run-time error every time I try and execute the script.
I cant for the life of me work out a cause.
More baffling, the wording of the error says that the file 'R:DirCancellations.xls' could not be found.
At no point is a file called 'Cancellations.xls' specified. Why has the script decided to search for a file called 'Cancellations'?
ActiveSheet.unprotect ActiveWorkbook.unprotect Dim wb As Workbook Dim TheFile As String Dim MyPath As String Dim DirLoc As String Dim PolNum As String ActiveSheet.Range("C13:G25").ClearContents................
Private Sub Worksheet_Activate() Sheets("Search Inv").Protect UserInterFaceOnly:=True ActiveSheet.Range("A17:F37,C39:C42,F39:F42").Select Selection.SpecialCells(xlCellTypeConstants, 23).Select Selection.ClearContents End Sub
Above is meant to clear the contents of cells that contain formulas while keeping the formulas. The sheet is protected ... no password What is wrong ... when I activate the sheet I get: Run Time error 1004 / no cells found (All cells that are meant to be cleared are selected ... they just don't clear)
the if stattement works perfectly and does exactly what i want except when it comes to the else part. if there is no error the statements are run perfectly but if there is an error (in this case the error is generated when a match cannot be found in the spreadsheet) the else statement doesnt kick in and post the msgbox. the code just crashes. and returns an error 1004 on the line i have highlighted in yellow
res = WorksheetFunction.Match(invvar, Columns(1), 0) If Not IsError(res) Then
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Im almost finished my first code where the basic idea was to make activecell.name=activecell.value in the first column for the first 3 sheets. After messing with it i figured i couldnt have spaces in the cell name...then i learned i couldnt have random '()-'/ either. So i have the code formatted to do that and then its supposed to call to rename everything as well. but after the 1 sheets column is renamed the 2nd sheet gets error 1004 when range("A3").select is hit. What gives?
This is what ill be using the code on
Here is the code
Code: Sub RemoveChars() ' Works through first 3 sheets ' Sheets(1).Select
I am using the below code to select some spreadsheets under a folder, open them, select the entire font, change it to Arial and close the file. I am passing the file names from Column A and calling the below procedure in a loop. Everything works fine except the below problem.
If the file name I passed doesn't exist or the file is not accessable, I am getting an error message "File cannot be accessed. The file may be read only......" with two options "Retry" and "Cancel". When I click Cancel , it takes me to my code and stops at the line marked in red with Run-Time error '1004', Method 'Open' of Object 'Workbooks' failed. When the above error occurs , I need to just pass the value "ERROR" to ErrMsg filed and proceed further with the next file name.
Sub ChangeFont(FileName As String) Dim objXL, objWb, objR ' Excel object variables Dim Title, Text, tmp, i, j, file, name Dim strPathToSaveTo As String Dim strFileName As String Dim wkb As Workbook Dim wkb2Print As Workbook strFileName = FileName Application. ScreenUpdating = False Set wkb2Print = Workbooks.Open(strFileName) Cells.Select With Selection.Font .name = "Arial" .............
I have 4 command buttons (A-D) so that the users can update after inputting new or revised Data. My problem is that if updated in order, button D Macro below stops at the first "Selection.AutoFilter..." as if it cannot turn on the Auto Filter.
It will run if I manually set the AutoFilter on the sheet.
I think, and as I am completely new to this please feel free to correct me, the reason that it stops is that on the Button B is a "AdvancedFilter" Macro.
I have inherited a spreadsheet and code that I don't understand much about. I have code
Range("B4").Select ActiveSheet.PivotTables("Kh07Pivot").PivotFields("Specialty").Subtotals = Array(False, _ False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False, _ False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False, _ False, False, False, False, False, False, False) which error (run time 1004) and says 'unable to set the SubTotals property of the PivotField class'. If I make the number of False's equal to 12, then it doesn't error. However I don't know whether it is having an adverse effect on the data?
I searched these forums for any old posts to work around this but did not find any threads. If anybody knows a good thread about this, I would be greatful.
Basically I run some code to generate Startcolumn, StartRow, EndColumn, EndRow. If there is a limitation of 256, the code is basically useless. I don't know of a way to use the A1 range method whilst using the Range("A1:....")
I have been working on the following worksheet, which has A3-Z27 cells right now and will grow/shrink with time. The spreadsheet shown below is just a portion of the entire worksheet. My vbscript is below the worksheet. I have two worksheets PL Dbase and Waiting List. I am copying columns B thru G from Waiting List if Column J is = to "Yes". To the next available row in worksheet PL Dbase columns B thru G...These columns have the same headings on both worksheets. I am getting the following error, when I click the button I assigned the macro to: Run-Time Error 1004 Copy Method of Range Class Failed.
' paste Macro ' Macro recorded 2/20/2009 by lawryad
Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Offset(1).Select ActiveSheet.paste ActiveSheet.paste Application.CutCopyMode = False ActiveSheet.Range("p1").Copy ActiveSheet.Range("a1").Select End Sub Now everything works good with this code unless there is nothing copied to paste. In that case it will go to a "run-time error'1004' " I would like instead for a msg box to appear saying "You must copy required data first"
I want to paste data from a table without the header row from one workbook (Test1) into another (Test2), from Test2. Test1 is closed before this operation starts. I'm using the following
Sub Macro2() Dim myTable As Range Set myTable = Range("A1").CurrentRegion Workbooks.Open "C:ExcelTest1" myTable.Offset(1).Resize(myTable.Rows.Count - 1).Select Selection.Copy Workbooks("Test2").Activate ActiveSheet.Range("A1").Select ActiveSheet.Paste End Sub
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Option Explicit Option Base 1
Function lastrow() Sheets("template").Select Range("A65536").Select Selection.End(xlUp).Select lastrow = ActiveCell.Row End Function
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