=COUNTIF(F3:F38,"=VL") This works for totaling the VL in the cells in the column but what if I need it to add DVL in the same column to that total? So I need it to add both VL AND DVL as one total. I can make it add one or the other but not both
Suppose I have 100 worksheets in a workbook ( named 1,2 3 ........100) in a collecteve sheet ( I have a coulmn of 100 same formulas refering to the same cell in all the 100 worksheets)
for example : '1'!$a$1 '2'!$a$1
if I drag the first formula Fill Down With Fill Handle then, the sheet name will be the same all the way down(1) , which is not correct , so I have to go bach and modify them manually , which is very boring and mistakes could easily happen
The data from the Data sheet is copied over to the Report sheet with formula.
Basically, what I need to do is If statement: -when there is no any data in csv file (so the Data sheet will be empty); -the range (A7:N1000) to be hidden (on the Report Sheet) -the Report sheet to be saved
I would like to ask, how to select from the Data sheet, the rows with Data only. I copy them over with formula instead of macro- but would like to hide all the empty rows on the report.
Sub Update_Report() ' ' Macro1
Dim extract1 As String Dim dReport As String Dim rSheet As String Dim dSheet As String
I have a macro that selects and copies and pastes a range of data from one sheet to another sheet. It works perfectly except it is pasting all the cell formatting and formulas and i only want or need the values.
I have a macro which opens a csv file, moves a few columns about then pastes the data into a master workbook. The problem I have is that even though there is only around 1,500 rows of data on the csv file, the sheet on the master workbook is showing up to row 1,048,576 after the data has been pasted in! This is causing issues as I use this data later on in the macro and there are a couple of 'find and replace' commands that take an age to run because of the number of blank rows.
How can i do this using Excel 2007. I have to cells, A1 and B1. A1 is always Positive whereas B1 might be Positive or Negative. I need a calculation/formula in C1 that ADDS cells B1 and A1 (B1+A1) IF B1 is Negative and SUBTRACTS A1 from B1 (A1-B1) IF B1 was Positive.
And I also have two cells which are designated as the low and high range. (ie C1 = 85% and C2 = 100%). I need help with the macro for the button that will copy only the rows to a new sheet that fit within the range. So in the example above, pressing the button will create this in a new sheet:
I want to create a macro that will allow me to create a set number of copies of a specific sheet within the workbook. I have one sheet within my workbook entitled "Tab". I want to create a macro that will ask me how many copies I want to create and then proceed to create all the copies. i.e.: select to create 4 copies, with the result being: Tab[original], Tab(2), Tab(3), Tab(4), Tab(5)
I'm trying to create a copy of the active sheet and then rename the new copied sheet to what's in cell O4, which is a formula (see below) and then paste value cell O4 in B3 of the copied sheet. However, when I run this macro it doesn't seem to like the second line where I am renaming the sheet (run time error '1004').
ActiveSheet.Copy Before:=Sheets(Sheets.Count) ActiveSheet.Name = Range("O4").Value ActiveSheet.Range("O4").Copy ActiveSheet.Range("B3").PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues End Sub
I entered exactly 113,876.92 in cell L16 I entered exactly 113,390.02 in cell L17 I entered =L16-L17 in cell L18 L18 incorrectly shows the result at 486.9000000000009000 (note the extra "9" after the 11 zeros). When I expand the viewable digits on L16 and L17, they have ALL zeros after the cents. (I went out at least 25 digits). I can't be the first one encountering this.
I'm looking to automate the process of repeating an excel worksheet (which is set up with various tables and formulas) for various countries.
I have a referenced list of countries set up in worksheet 1. So for example: in worksheet 2 I have a sheet set up for Albania - and I want to repeat this for another 100 countries. . Can I use the reference list of countries to auto-repeat worksheet 2 for worksheets 3 - 102 and auto-title the worksheet tabs? (E.g. Brazil, Canada, Chile..............)
This is probably a VBA thing, but there might be a simpler solution. Either would be grand!
Basically, I have a four sheet workbook that needs to be printed out in its entirety (no problem doing that ); however, I would like the final sheet (called "Room Data") to be printed, let's say ten times.
So basically I'd get a single print of the first three sheets and ten of the "Room Data".
Any ideas on how to do this without having to manually print the final sheet multiple times or creating ten identical sheets in the workbook?
I found the code below and it works perfectly if I want to copy all the other sheets to a master sheet. But, I need to specify specific sheets. Basically I have a workbook consisting of multiple sheets and multiple "master" sheets so I need to specify in the code which sheets it should be copying.
Data is not getting copied from "Best" worksheet row 129 and row 130 (if more rows then all rows ) to "Crashes for Beast Devices" worksheet in "Missing transactions" sheet starting from row 2 . Every thing is working fine in my code except , the if condition which does not paste the value if the "Missing Transaction" sheet is empty.
Code provided below (the underlined portion does not copies data it seems)-
I am copying sheet 1 to the back of the workbook and renaming it. I am using a few command buttons on sheet 1 to trigger the copy macro, etc. I do not want these buttons on the copied sheets.
I have done a right click /Format Control/Properties and selected “Don’t move or size with cells” but the buttons are still being copied and still active for the macro. Perhaps due to sheet copy versus cell copy?
I guess I could add select and delete steps to the macro for the buttons but this seems excessive.
How do I copy a sheet into a new workbook without the formulas referring to the old workbook? For example, formulas end up like this: = SUMIF('[BAS05-07to09.xls]IN'!$B$6:$B$62,101,'[BAS05-07to09.xls]IN'!$E$6:$E$62). I want them to come across as I originally had them, like this: =SUMIF(IN!$B$6:$B$62,101,IN!$E$6:$E$62). here are too many to do it manually each time.
I can assign a number of copies to print by adjusting ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.PrintOut Copies:= , but what I want it to have the number of copies auto adjust to the value of a cell that contains a formula. I was hoping it would something as simple as Copies:=cell but no luck...
The way I do my invoicing is like this. I have 1 Invoice in a worksheet (eg April 1) When I make my invoice for the next day I right click on the April 1 tab at the bottom. Right click/Move copy/move to end &check the create a copy box. It changes to april1(2)I then right click and change the date to the next invoice date. This might seem goofy, but it works for me. I have my Invoice number at the top of the page in cell e2. Is there a formula to automatically increase the invoice number by 1 every time I copy it?
I have a workbook, 'MyWb.xls' and a sheet with buttons to which I attach some sheet macros. When I assign a macro to a button I pick the appropriate reference, e.g. Sheet2.MyMacro, and this gets recorded by default as MyWb.xls!Sheet2.MyMacro
When I create a new single sheet workbook with the instruction ActiveSheet.Copy, I end up with a new workbook, say 'Book2' along with the buttons as expected. However the macros attached to the buttons still refer to the MyWB.xls file and not the new 'Book2.xls'. As part of the process of creating the new book I've tried redefining the macro with the instruction