I want to copy data of two columns ( say col A and B ) from excel to NOTEPAD. When it is copied, the values from the two columns are appearing to be separated by a gap of seven(7) spaces in the NOTEPAD. But I want the values will appear with a single space between , when copied. How to do this? A NOTEPAD file is enclosed.
I have two macros. The first one gets a file name and worksheet name. Then it calls the second macro which opens up notepad (with the specified file name) and pastes the information in excel. The problem that occurs is when I call the second macro more then once in a row from the first macro. It runs great the first time but then problems occur as it tries to run the macro again. (Some times it just closes my excel file with prompting me to save). Calling any of the files works on an individual basis (I've tried for all three). I've erased some of the code due to privacy issues but path location is identical for all three files. Here is the code.
I get a result of -2.30556906899437E-10!! I have copied them into notepad, and then copied them back in to clear all formatting, but I am still getting this bizarre result? I have tried them in different spreedsheets, I have manually inputted them.
I would like to copy a column from a filtered range to notepad. The main steps of this method are these:
1.Copy the original range to a blank range(range1) as text and filter 2.Select the required rows and copy 3.paste the values to A1000 (range2) 4.open notepad and set the filename by a cell value 5.paste the range to notepad 6.delete range1 and range2
Unfortunately, I use macros and vb not so often, so I'm not expert in it. I have found two useful code, but I don't know how can I combine them.
I am trying to copy data from an excel sheet and I want to paste it into note pad and save it on c drive. Is there a way to write a macro to do that task? Basically copy the data from excel, then open notepad and paste it there, save the notepad in txt extension on the hard drive.
I have problems copying data (from notepad, values are in scientific notation) into Excel 2010 worksheet. This problem only occurs with one of my laptops. I also tried this on my partner's laptop and no problem at all.
My new laptop (which I would like to use in the lab) has Windows 7 professional installed on it. I bought my laptop in Austria/Germany, so I changed the language from German to English. I then installed Microsoft Office 2010 on my laptop (which I am also using on my main laptop- without any issues). I have changed my default language to English UK.
The issue is as follows: Here is a small sample of the data from notepad
I select & copy the data from the notepad (also tried notepad++) and paste it into the Excel 2010 worksheet. This is what I get in Excel: 3.33E+02 1.51E+02 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 4.97E+04 3.85E+02 6.24E+05 1.81E+08
When I use another spreadsheet package (MagicPlot Student version), there are no problems. I have also installed Notepad++ and experience the same issue. So somehow Excel is increasing the value by 5 orders of magnitude. When I copy the values from another Excel sheet into a new Excel sheet, there are no problems. I have re-installed the Microsoft Office suite several times and the problem is still there. I can't re-install Windows 7 as I don't have the installation discs.
I need to do is move a list of data in an excel worksheet to Notepad. The data is 16 numbers long, but the Notepad needs to be left justified to 19 characters. I can't figure out a way to move spaces over to notepad.
I'm having problem in copying the data from 2 notepad files into a single excelsheet, i have the below macro which creates two seperate excel sheets. i want to put the data from summary1 to tab1 and summary2 to Tab2....
I am using code to filter my 4 sheets Greater then 0 (zero)
After apply above filter now i need to copy multiple rows and paste on another specific workbook for paste i m using below code:
for 1st sheet with the name ("V2")
for 2nd sheet with the name("LV")
For 3rd sheet with the name ("F2")
and 4th sheet with the name("L2")
If I play above code one by one all is going very well,,,,,,or if use in this way all is going very well
But here is a big problem..........if any sheet have no value greater then 0(zero)....then code paste all data... e.g shssts("LV") .Range("C5:C54").Copy but C5:C54 have no data greater then 0(zero) and it will paste on another sheet c5:c54 and again new sheets data will paste below the c54 while c5:c54 have no data.
So I want if any sheet have no data with range is greater then 0(Zero) then skip the copy paste code or use like SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible) .
I have data in some of the cells within range A26:A39
These cells are populated via an IF function on another worksheet. Even though the cells appear blank (as in the value returned is ""), there is a formula in these cells. I think it's called formula blank?
I am looking for a way to copy the data from the cells within the range which are not blank (ie: not = "") and paste this data elsewhere on the sheet in a list with no blank spaces in between.
I anticipate that there will be 4 non blank cells within this range.
Ideally I would have data from the nonblank cells copied and pasted to cells A40 A41 A42 A43
Basically what it do is it'll extract the value in D2 and use it to saved as the .txt file name.
But I'm wondering if it's possible to write a addition code to extract the value in F2 to Part1 and G2 to Part2.
For short which means Column D is the file name but which file have 2 parts. First is store in F2 and the second part is in G2. I know it's something got to do with "ts.Write ActiveCell.Offset(, 1).Text"
Sub Export_To_TextFile() Range("D2").Select Do While Not ActiveCell = "" Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.Filesystemobject") Set ts = fso.CreateTextFile("C:Documents and SettingschanyoDesktopUpload" & ActiveCell.Value & "_Part1", True)
Set ts = fso.CreateTextFile("C:Documents and SettingschanyoDesktopUpload" & ActiveCell.Value & "_Part2", True)
ts.Write ActiveCell.Offset(, 1).Text Set fso = Nothing Set ts = Nothing Loop End Sub
The problem is that the csv file, when accessed by a program, responds with errors. I opened the csv file in notepad and found that empty cells were being copied across creating rows in the text file with commas. ie. ,,,,
How can I avoid the empty rows being copied? Or, prevent those empty rows having commas in the csv file.
I am trying to import a file from a notepad to excel. I am trying to copy and paste in to excel. When I paste, all the info is in the same cell, although it looks that there is tabs between columns. Is there a way for me import those numbers into a spread sheet in different columns?......
In my spreadsheet, a series of macros calls an external program/application three times.
Each time the program finishes, it (and not Excel, as I formerly thought) opens a resource (*.res) file in Notepad, which of course goes into the taskbar. Since I need to run the spreadsheet seven or eight times in a row, the taskbar can get cluttered quickly.
The program opens three different instances of the same filename: iroutine.res.
Is there a way to get Excel to close these Notepad files (if it's simpler to do, it can kill all instances of Notepad) when it finishes running its routines?
I have a notepad file that contains data. We need to convert the notepad file into excel and then segregate the data after conversion. Segregation point would be the point where in we can find keyword “Summary”. We need to create a macro that finds the occurrence of summary keyword. Then from the beginning till that summary point cut the entire data and paste in other worksheet. Name the worksheet as “Receivables” or “Payables” or “Fee Payable” depending what type of data that summary contains.
After creating different worksheets we need to format the worksheet in specific format. For example: I have attached the “Recon1” XL file attached. Under Recon1 – “RECEIVABLES 1” contains the as is data converted from notepad. Later we need to modify the same data using macro as specified in “RECEIVABLES 2” and then as per the format available in “RECEIVABLES 3”.