Some miscellaneous SHEET coding. been transferred from my pathname, lastcell and buildtoc pages.
Another way of creating your worksheet formula is to start by placing an equal sign on the formula bar to start a formula, then select a cell on the other sheet which could be in another open workbook. The formula is created for you. Return to your original sheet and hit Enter.
characters not allowed in sheetnames : \ ? * [ ]
Sheetnames may be up to 31 characters in length.
For csht = 1 To ActiveWorkbook.Sheets.Count 'worksheet or sheets Cells(cRow - 1 + csht, cCol) = "'" & Sheets(csht).Name Cells(cRow - 1 + csht, cCol + 1) = Sheets(Sheets(csht).Name).Range("A1").Value Next csht
Example of calling a macro, additional
information in install.htm
Sub msgthis(sht As String) MsgBox sht & " -- " _ & Sheets(sht).Range("A1").Text End Sub Sub MsgBoxAllMySheets2() Dim sht As Worksheet For Each sht In Sheets msgthis (sht.Name) Next sht End Sub
Sub MsgBoxAllMySheets() Dim sht As Worksheet For Each sht In Sheets MsgBox sht.name Next sht End Subor perhaps a little more interesting, color all formula cells
Sub AllSheetsColorFormulas() Dim sht As Worksheet For Each sht In Sheets On Error Resume Next 'in case no formulas sht.Cells.SpecialCells(xlFormulas). _ Interior.ColorIndex = 6 Next sht End SubExample from Dave Peterson to **recheck link** Build an array of sheetnames, 2001-06-02
Sub ARRAY_sheetnames() Dim wksht As Worksheet Dim i As Long Dim wkshtnames() 'This is an array definition i = 0 For Each wksht In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets i = i + 1 ReDim Preserve wkshtnames(1 To i) wkshtnames(i) = wksht.Name Next wksht For i = LBound(wkshtnames) To UBound(wkshtnames) MsgBox wkshtnames(i) Next i End SubSame idea but with array on the For each statement: (Tom Ogilvy, 2006-02-24, programming)
Dim cell As Range Dim sh as Worksheet for each sh in Worksheets(Array("X340", "X342n","X642e")) For Each cell In sh.Range("T4:T53") If len(trim(cell.Text)) = 0 Then MsgBox "There is data missing" & cell.Address Application.Goto cell, True Cancel = True Exit For End If Next cell Next ShCreate a list of Sheet Names from list in Column A, identified in Col B
Sub SelectSheetsBasedOn_B() Dim rng As Range, cell As Range Dim arrNames() As String, I As Long On Error Resume Next Set rng = Range("B:B").SpecialCells(xlConstants, xlNumbers) If Err.Number <> 0 Then MsgBox "Error " & Err.Number & " -- " & Err.Description Exit Sub End If On Error GoTo 0 If Not rng Is Nothing Then 'dimension to max possible names in array ReDim arrNames(1 To rng.Count) For Each cell In rng If cell.Value = 1 Then I = I + 1 arrNames(I) = cell.Offset(0, -1).Value End If Next cell End If 'reduce to names to be used ReDim Preserve arrNames(1 To I) Sheets(arrNames).Select End SubRelated items:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Dim newSht As String, oldSht As String Dim wsOld As Worksheet, wsNew As Worksheet If Target.Column <> 6 Or Target.Row = 1 Then Exit Sub oldSht = ActiveSheet.Name Set wsNew = ActiveSheet newSht = Target.Text On Error Resume Next Sheets(newSht).Activate If Err.Number = 0 Then 'sheetname already exists Sheets(oldSht).Activate Exit Sub End If On Error Resume Next 'Create New Sheet Sheets.Add After:=Sheets(Sheets.Count) '-- place at end ActiveSheet.Name = newSht Set wsNew = ActiveSheet wsNew.Cells(1, 1) = "'" & newSht 'name of new sheet into cell ' Sheets(Sheets.Count).Activate 'try to show last tab Sheets(oldSht).Activate End SubRemove ALL commas from text constants in all workbooks. Warning watch out for CSV file type data.
Option Explicit Sub WsReplaceLooseCommas() Dim ws As Worksheet For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets ws.Cells.SpecialCells(xlCellTypeConstants, 2). _ Replace What:=",", Replacement:=" ", LookAt:=xlPart, _ SearchOrder:=xlByRows, MatchCase:=False Next ws End SubRename a sheet to one ending with single quote followed by double quote
Sheets("##33##").Name = "## 33 $$'"""Run an application: (no sheet here)
mySum = Application.Run("MYCUSTOM.XLM!My_Func_Sum", 1, 5) MsgBox "Macro result: " & mySumExamples of assigning a sheetname - leading zeros can be tricky
ActiveSheet.Name = "01343" ActiveSheet.Name = Format(123, "0000") ActiveSheet.Name = "04-03-2001" ' NOT recommended doesn't sort properly ActiveSheet.Name = Format(Date, "mm-dd-yyyy") ' NOT recommended doesn't sort properly ActiveSheet.Name = "2001-04-03" ActiveSheet.Name = Format(Date, "yyyy-mm-dd") ActiveSheet.Name = target.TextExample of a Change Event Macro changes Sheetname when A1 is manually changed.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Address = "$A$1" Then On Error Resume Next ActiveSheet.Name = Format(Range("A1"), "yyyy-mm-dd") If Err.Number <> 0 Then MsgBox Err.Number & " " & Err.Description Err.Clear End If End If On Error GoTo 0 End Sub
Sub Macro29() 'Every macro should have this of course... Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual ' ooo Your code here ooo Application.Calculation = xlCalculationAutomatic Application.ScreenUpdating = True 'active worksheet name, address and index MsgBox ActiveSheet.Name & " " & ActiveCell.Address(0, 0) & " sheet(" & Application.Caller.Parent.Index & ")" 'Create a New Workbook containing only one sheet Workbooks.Add xlWorksheet set newwb = workbooks.add(1) set newwb = Workbooks.Add(xlWBATWorksheet) 'Create New Sheet Sheets.Add Sheets.Add After:=Sheets(Sheets.Count) '-- place at end Sheets.Add Before:=ActiveSheet '-- default Sheets.Add After:=ActiveSheet 'Rename current Sheet ActiveSheet.Name = "Renamed14a" ActiveSheet.Name = "D" & Format(Date, "yyyymmdd") ActiveSheet.Name = "D" & Format(Range("a1"), "yyyymmdd") ActiveSheet.Name = "D" & Format(Range("a1"), "yyyy_mmdd_hhmm") 'Create New Sheet and name it NewSheet activeworkbook.Worksheets.Add(After:=Activesheet).Name = "NewSheet" 'Delete a sheet Application.DisplayAlerts = False '--Sheets("testing-copy").Delete Activesheet.Delete '--ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.Delete Application.DisplayAlerts = True 'Add sheet from a Template Library Sheets.Add Type:=Application.TemplatesPath & "\xxxxx.xlt" '2004-05-10 Ron de Bruin 'Activate a Sheet (what is difference activate/select) Sheets("Sheet14").Activate 'Select a Sheet, actually may be current sheet Sheets("Sheet14").Select 'Rename a Sheet, actually may be current sheet Sheets("Sheet14").Name = "Renamed14" 'Select an Existing Sheet Sheets("Map").Select 'Obtain sheetname and codename of current sheet msgbox activesheet.name & " codename is " & activesheet.codename 'Copy another sheet similar to using a template '--manually: Edit, Move or Copy Sheet, be sure to check the copy) 'copy after last tab of current workbook Worksheets("MyBeginning").Copy after:=Worksheets(Worksheets.Count) 'copy sheet from another workbook before first tab of Book2 Workbooks("Book1").Sheets("Sheet1").Copy Before:=Workbooks("Book2").Sheets(1) ActiveSheet.Name = newName 'Copy the active worksheet to just before the currently active sheet [copy sheet] ActiveSheet.Copy Before:=ActiveSheet 'Copy the active worksheet to after the last worksheet ActiveSheet.Copy After:=Sheets(Sheets.Count) '-- special coding is required if some cells have more than 255 characters 'Copy the first sheet Sheets(1).Copy After:=Sheets(1) 'new sheet might look like first_sheet (2) 'Copy the last sheet Sheets(ActiveWorkbook.Sheets.Count).Select ActiveSheet.Copy after:=ActiveSheet '-- special coding is required if some cells have more than 255 characters 'Current position of sheet in the sheet tabs SheetIndex = Application.Caller.Parent.Index '- in a function SheetIndex = ....construct needed for active sheet... 'Move a specific worksheet to the front Sheets("Data").Move Before:=Sheets(1) 'Move a specific worksheet to the end Sheets("Data").Move After:=Sheets(sheets.count) 'Select all cells on a worksheet cells.Select 'Select all cells on a worksheet within the used range ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Select 'Process all cells on a workshet within used range with text constants For Each cell In Cells.SpecialCells(xlConstants, xlTextValues) cell.Value = CDbl(cell.Value) Next cell 'Select an area within a worksheet set rng = Application.Inputbox("Select range",Type:=8) 'Select an area within a macro, with current selection as default Set Rng = InputBox("Select range", "TITLE1", Selection.Address(0, 0)) 'Select an area within a worksheet, default current selection, redo with cursor Dim Rng As Range Set Rng = Application.InputBox("Select range", "TITLE1", _ Selection.Address(0, 0), Type:=8) MsgBox Rng.Address(0, 0) Rng.select 'It is seldom necessary to change the selection within a macro 'the selection would be changed because you to see it, but the 'macro could work with Range(Rng) just as easily as selection.range 'Recreate "testing-copy" Worksheet from "testing-skel" worksheet Sub testing_skel_copy() On Error Resume Next Dim svAlerts As Boolean svAlerts = Application.DisplayAlerts Application.DisplayAlerts = False Sheets("testing-copy").Delete Application.DisplayAlerts = svAlerts Sheets("testing-Skel").Copy Before:=Sheets("testing-skel") If LCase(Left(ActiveSheet.Name, Len("testing-skel"))) _ = "testing-skel" Then ActiveSheet.Name = "testing-copy" End Sub
'Assign a range of cells Range("A1:D1") = Array("Sheet Name", "A1", "B1", "C1", "textbox1") Rows("1:1").Font.Bold = True Cells(i, 1) = wkSheet.Name -- where wkSheet is set for each sheet Cells(i, 2) = wkSheet.Cells(1, 1).Text 'Clear constants past row 1 and past column 1; leaving intact formulas, and formatting. On Error Resume Next Range("B2:" & Cells.SpecialCells(xlLastCell).Address). _ SpecialCells(xlCellTypeConstants, xlTextValues).ClearContents Range("B2:" & Cells.SpecialCells(xlLastCell).Address). _ SpecialCells(xlCellTypeConstants, xlNumbers).ClearContents 'Clear constants in a selection (also see Insert Rows maintain formulas) Selection.SpecialCells(xlConstants).ClearContents 'Delete entire row CELLS(R,1).EntireRow.delete Rows(R).delete 'Delete entire column CELLS(1,C).EntireColumn.delete Columns(C).delete 'Fix lastcell after doing deletions (not a sure thing, see resetall) r = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count 'attempt fix lastcell aft deletes 'Find firstcell in a column (see personal.xls!GotoTopOfCurrentColumn ) Cells(1, ActiveCell.Column).Select 'Find lastcell in a column (see personal.xls!GotoBottomofCurrentColumn) Dim lastrow as long lastrow = activesheet.Cells(Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp).Row 'Get the last row column of the used range lastrow = Cells.SpecialCells(xlLastCell).Row 'Top left cell of a range MsgBox UsedRange.Address(0,0) '(row,column) 1=absolute 'Bottom right cell of a range msgbox usedrange(1)(1).offset(usedrange.rows.count-1,usedrange.columns.count-1).address(0,0)
Thought I'd include this specifically from a posting by Eric Desart since there was some question as to coding. (all quotes in these formulas are double quotes)
NumPages1 = ExecuteExcel4Macro("Get.document(50,"")") Does Not work = gives Error NumPages2 = ExecuteExcel4Macro("Get.document(50)") Returns number of pages to be printed of active sheet. (So not a good formula to use, see note) NumPages3 = ExecuteExcel4Macro("Get.document(50,""Sheet2"")") Returns number of pages to be printed of Sheet 2 even if not active. NumPages3 = ExecuteExcel4Macro("Get.document(50,""" & mysheet & """)") Returns number of pages to be printed of variable mysheet containing the sheetname.Note: Even though the syntax allows omitting a workbookname and sheetname, you should include it or you may be referring to the wrong sheet. (see Filename in a Cell, when the sheetname is omitted and the active sheet is used).
NumPages4 = ExecuteExcel4Macro("Get.document(50,""[TEST.XLS]Sheet3"")") Returns number of pages to be printed of File TEST.XLS Sheet 3 even if not active.Of possible interest:
Function WorksheetExists(WSName As String) As Boolean On Error Resume Next WorksheetExists = Len(Worksheets(WSName).Name) > 0 End Function Then, in your code, If WorksheetExists("Summary") = True Then MainMacro Else CreateSummarySheet End If
|1||SHeet71||TRUE||=NOT(ISERR(INDIRECT("'" & A1 & "'!A1")))|
|2||sheet71||TRUE||=NOT(ISERR(INDIRECT("'" & A2 & "'!A1")))|
|3||sheet81||FALSE||=NOT(ISERR(INDIRECT("'" & A3 & "'!A1")))|
|4||(empty)||FALSE||=NOT(ISERR(INDIRECT("'" & A4 & "'!A1")))|
Sub AddNewSheet() Dim xlSheet As Worksheet Set xlSheet = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets.Add xlSheet.Name = "My New Worksheet" Set xlSheet = Nothing End Sub
The following is a rather interesting example posted by Don Guillet (2005-08-28, programming) The macro is renaming the copied sheet with a name of
"Master (2)"to "Master1", and then "Master2", etc.Sub MasterCopies() Dim i As Long Application.ScreenUpdating = False For i = 1 To 10 Sheets("Master").Copy After:=Sheets(Sheets.Count) Sheets("Master (2)").Name = "D" & Format(i,"000") Next Application.ScreenUpdating = True End Sub
Sub MatchWStoA1() '// Find cell A1 that contains Customer Name '// David McRitchie 2000-07-15 programming for L.Wong Dim cn As String, cn2 As String, ws As Worksheet cn = InputBox("Enter customer name, as found in cell A1") retry: If cn = "" Then Exit Sub cn = Trim(LCase(cn)) Dim cn3 As String cn3 = cn For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets cn2 = Trim(LCase(Sheets(ws.Name).Range("A1").Value)) cn2 = Replace(cn2, Chr(160), "") If cn2 = cn Then 'HELP, Working with Active Cell Worksheets(ws.Name).Activate 'must do this first Worksheets(ws.Name).Range("A1").Activate Exit Sub End If Next ws cn = InputBox(cn & " -- Not Found" & Chr(10) & _ "REENTER Customer name, or hit [Cancel]") GoTo retry End SubI also included this comment.
I think this is going to drive people crazy why not rename the sheets with the customer name or at least build a table of contents with information. See my buildtoc.htm page all you need to do is add content of cell A1 from each sheet. You will also find information there for sorting sheetnames.
Sub Macro35() 'Select cell without data and display top left corner of sheet 'Dim lastrow As Long 'lastrow = Cells.SpecialCells(xlLastCell).Row 'Range(Cells(lastrow + 1, 1), Cells(lastrow + 1, 1)).Select ActiveWindow.ScrollColumn = 1 ActiveWindow.ScrollRow = 1 End Sub
Sub Macro35() ActiveWindow.ScrollColumn = ActiveCell.Column ' ActiveWindow.ScrollColumn = 1 ActiveWindow.ScrollRow = ActiveCell.Row End Sub
Note both A23 and A24 refer back to G23, so you cannot write a program directly reversible as where to go backwards in the macro from G23.
Sheet24_Nav A23: =Sheet24!G23 G23: =Sheet24!A23 A24: =Sheet24!G23 Sheet24 select C23 and run macro, goes to next cell because no formula in sheet24_nav!C23 select A23 and run macro, goes to G23, because sheet24_nav!A23 contains formula =Sheet24!G23 Sub NavigateToFormulaOn_Nav() Dim sFormula As String On Error GoTo notgood sFormula = Worksheets(ActiveSheet.Name & "_nav"). _ Range(ActiveCell.Address).Formula If Left(sFormula & " ", 1) <> "=" Then GoTo notgood Range(Mid(sFormula, 2)).Activate Exit Sub notgood: ActiveCell.Offset(0, 1).Activate End Sub
Sub SheetList_CP() 'Chip Pearson, 2002-10-29, misc., %23ByZYZ3fCHA.1308%40tkmsftngp11 'Dave Peterson, same date/thread, 3DBF0BA8.4DAE9DA0%40msn.com On Error Resume Next Application.CommandBars("Workbook Tabs").Controls("More Sheets...").Execute If Err.Number > 0 Then Err.Clear Application.CommandBars("Workbook Tabs").ShowPopup End If On Error GoTo 0 End SubMore on Sheet navigation on my Toolbars and Build TOC pages, and of course the More Sheets listing is easier to work with if the sheets have been sorted alphabetically by sheet name.(SortAllSheets).
You can hold the shift key down click on the worksheet tab navigation arrows to shift over to the next set of worksheet tabs currently out of sight.
The LoopThru which resembles your original will reach a limit on characters in the msgbox -- limit varies by version.
The LoopSheet will fail to show all sheets because due to limit or failure to be able to show another box after the first fills up the monitor window.
More useful examples can be found in
Build Table of Contents and optionally sort worksheets
Option Explicit Public Sub LoopThru() Dim mostofthem As String Dim sheet As Variant For Each sheet In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets mostofthem = mostofthem & sheet.Name & ", " Next sheet MsgBox mostofthem End Sub Public Sub LoopSheets() Application.Calculation = xlManual 'xl97 up use xlCalculationManual Application.ScreenUpdating = False Dim mostofthem As String Dim csht As Long mostofthem = "" For csht = 1 To ActiveWorkbook.Sheets.Count 'worksheet or sheets mostofthem = mostofthem & Sheets(csht).Name & Chr(10) Next csht MsgBox mostofthem, , "names of sheets" Application.ScreenUpdating = True Application.Calculation = xlAutomatic 'xl97 up use xlCalculationAutomatic End Sub Public Sub LoopShorter() Dim ws As Worksheet For Each ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets MsgBox ws.Name ' ws.Protect password:="AnyThing" Next ws End Sub Sub Martin002() 'place 'Martin 0'!A1 value into distinct sheets Dim x As Variant Dim sht As Variant x = Array("Martin 1", "Sheet2", "MSFT") Sheets("Martin 0").Activate For Each sht In x Sheets(sht).PageSetup.LeftHeader = ActiveSheet.Cells(1, 1) Next sht End Sub
Sub RSHEET() 'Rename Sheet, D.McRitchie, 2001-04-05 programming Dim xStr As String retry: Err.Clear xStr = InputBox("Supply new name for old sheet, blah," _ & "blah,blah", "Rename Sheet", ActiveSheet.Name) If xStr = "" Then Exit Sub On Error Resume Next ActiveSheet.Name = xStr If Err.Number <> 0 Then MsgBox Err.Number & " " & Err.Description Err.Clear GoTo retry End If On Error GoTo 0 '... continue...... End Sub
An exception for sheets with program code -- they will not be deleted nor will you be asked if you want to delete them.
I have buttons to go through the sheet tabs, navigating to the Previous and Next described in BuildTOC, but you can use Ctrl+PageUP (to left) and Ctrl+PageDN (to right). The Toolbar icon for this macro is included on the toolbars page. Coding is with code/buildtoc.txt rather than code/sheets.txt
Sub DeleteThisSheet() Dim ans As Variant Dim saveTrue As Variant Dim sheetcodelines As Long '--requires ref. to the MS VBA Extensibility' library sheetcodelines = ActiveWorkbook.VBProject.VBComponents _ (ActiveSheet.CodeName).CodeModule.CountOfLines If sheetcodelines > 2 Then MsgBox ActiveSheet.Name & " -- has " & _ sheetcodelines & " lines of code (not deleted) " ElseIf Left(ActiveSheet.Name, 5) = "Sheet" Then Application.DisplayAlerts = False ActiveSheet.Delete 'tflush_wav Application.DisplayAlerts = True Else Application.DisplayAlerts = True ActiveSheet.Delete End If End Submight change the line above
ElseIf Left(ActiveSheet.Name, 5) = "Sheet" thento the following to treat empty sheets the same as sheets beginning with "Sheet":
ElseIf Left(ActiveSheet.Name, 5) = "Sheet" _ Or Application.WorksheetFunction.CountA(ActiveSheet.Cells) = 0 Then
Sub Delete_EmptySheets() Dim sh As Worksheet 'Ron de Bruin, programming, 2002-12-28 For Each sh In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets If Application.WorksheetFunction.CountA(sh.Cells) = 0 Then Application.DisplayAlerts = False sh.Delete Application.DisplayAlerts = True End If Next End Sub
D:\myfolder\excel\TAXES\myfile.xls - checking!B600 d:\myfolder\excel\taxes\myfile.xls[checking]!b600 ="d:\myfolder\excel\taxes\" & A14 & "["& A15 & "]!"&"b600" =myfile.xls!getformula(B2)
Application.Goto Reference:=Mid(ActiveCell.Formula, 2, i - 2)
Worksheet code that created a hyperlink=HYPERLINK("[c:\temp folder\xyz abc.xls]'Sheet One'!$C$5","Sheet One") [http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/excel/excel.htm]","My Excel Pages") =HYPERLINK("file:\\\c:\temp\David McRitchie\a.txt","thisone is good") =HYPERLINK("mailto:DMcRitchie%20%6Dsn.com","David McRitchie")It appears that even if the link is to a cell in the same worksheet you must include the bookname including .XLS extension, as well as the sheetname.
=HYPERLINK("[WBName.xls]Michael!C5", "Michael I")
Until someone pointed out that you can use the pound sign (#)
By including the "#" the pathname can be left off, these work: in Excel 2000, and as I understand from Excel 97 and up, but these references are frozen within double quotes. See the next topic to take the references out from within the quotes.
Since the above links are within double quotes they will not adjust when you insert or delete rows or columns. Double quotes also impairs several of the other examples on this page. Even absolute addresses would change when inserting or deleting rows/columns but not things within quotes. To take care of that use...
The HYPERLINK Worksheet Formula can be used to refer to a cell on the same worksheet. The CELL Worksheet Function can be used to insure that you can refer to a relative address that survives insertion/deletion of rows/columns since it is not frozen within double quotes.=HYPERLINK("#"&CELL("address",C5),C5)=HYPERLINK("#"&CELL("address",sheetone!C5),sheetone!C5) =HYPERLINK("#"&CELL("address",'sheet two'!C5),'sheet two'!C5) No address cell is within double quotes so the formulas will adjust if you insert/delete rows or want to use the fill-handle.
A B C D 1 D4 =HYPERLINK("#"&C3,C3) D3 D1-value 2 D4-value =HYPERLINK("#"&C3,INDIRECT(C3)) C2 D2-value 3 D4-value =HYPERLINK("#"&CELL("address",D4),D4) D4 D3-value 4 D3-value =HYPERLINK("#D3",D3) C4 D4-value D4: =HYPERLINK("#"&CELL("address",A3),"D4-value")
To hyperlink and display the Cell in the B column same row of the Notes sheet
To hyperlink to a more descriptive longer note on the same row, but in the B column of the
=HYPERLINK("#"&CELL("address",OFFSET(Notes!B1,ROW()-1,0)), "Click for note")
To hyperlink to the Note in Column B same row on Notes sheet, but display the short description in Column A of the Notes sheet.
To refer to a cell in Column D (col 4) of the same sheet at a specific Row OFFSET to the row
=HYPERLINK("#" & ADDRESS(ROW()+41,1,4),"next week")
takes you down 41 rows to the first column, so the formula can be in any cell on the row. The 4 indicates a relative address result, but it really doesn't matter if absolute or relative since it is created during recalculation. Will allow you to put the formula on any cell in the row , the link will take you 41 rows below and to the first column.
Some alternatives to Hyperlinks within a worksheet or within a workbook
- An Event macro such as double-click that asks for the first letter(s) of a lastname and then invokes the Match Worksheet Function to get you there. The event macro example is used with a name and address list sorted by lastname.
- An example of a Double-click (or right-click) event macro to goto another worksheet with the FollowHyperlink Method and specific cell using
ActiveWorkbook.FollowHyperlink, there is perhaps a better example on this page that goes to another sheet with HELP information and provides the means of returning with the BACK button.
CELL is a Volatile function, but worksheet volatile functions do not present the serious slowdowns that Volatile User Defined (VBA) Functions can have.
xlindex.htm is a sheet on my page, on my HD and on my website xlindex is also a sheet in my vlookup.xls file the following examples show Column B what you see, Col C is the formula, and "C5-1" is the value in cell c5 on sheet xlindex
A B C 1 xlindex 'xlindex'!C5 =HYPERLINK( "#" & A1 & "!C5","'" & A1 & "'!C5") 2 xlindex xlindex!C5 =HYPERLINK("#'" & A2 & "'!c5",A2 & "!C5") 3 xlindex xlindex!C5 =HYPERLINK("#xlindex!c5",A3 & "!C5") 4 xlindex C5-1 =HYPERLINK("#xlindex!c5",xlindex!C5) 5 xlindex 'xlindex'!C5 =HYPERLINK("[vlookup.xls]'" & A5 & "'!C5","'" & A5 & "'!C5") 6 xlindex xlindex =HYPERLINK("file://x:/mywebsite/dmcritchie/excel/" & A6 & ".htm",A6) 7 xlindex xlindex =HYPERLINK("http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/excel/" & A7 & ".htm",A7) 8 (same sheet) C5-1 =HYPERLINK("#"&CELL("address",C5),C5)
Values in RED are shown as constants if used in an actual formula referring to cells in the same workbook the formula is reduced to the formula shown immediately below -- no changes occur within double-quotes.
A B 1 Value =PERSONAL.XLS!Getformula(cell) 2 '-- using Excel 2000 9.09.6926 SP-3 3 A18-Value ='Menu Sheet'!A18 4 (--->) '='C:\temp\[project_text.xls]Menu Sheet'!A19 5 A18-Value ='Menu Sheet'!A18 6 A18-Value =HYPERLINK("[project_text.xls]'Menu Sheet'!a18", 'Menu Sheet'!A18) 7 A18-Value =HYPERLINK("[c:\temp\project_text.xls]'Menu Sheet'!a18", 'Menu Sheet'!A18) 8 A18-Value =HYPERLINK("c:\temp\project_text.xls#'Menu Sheet'!a18", 'Menu Sheet'!A18) 9 (--->) '=HYPERLINK("[c:\temp\project_text.xls]'Menu Sheet'!a18", 'C:\temp\[project_text.xls]Menu Sheet'!A18) 10 A18-Value =HYPERLINK("[c:\temp\project_text.xls]'Menu Sheet'!a18", 'Menu Sheet'!A18)
Hyperlink to a value in a table.
=HYPERLINK("#"&ADDRESS(MATCH("xyz",B1:B13),2), "xyz" )
You are looking for the value "xyz" (not case sensitive) in B1:B13
if you don't want to see #N/A then insert the failing part of the formula and the formula as follows:
=IF(ISERROR(MATCH("xyz",B1:B13,0)), "N/A", HYPERLINK("#"&ADDRESS(MATCH("xyz",B1:B13,0),2), "xyz" ))
Don't ask me why the second formula hyperlink works but does not show up as a hyperlink, I don't know.
You should look up ADDRESS Worksheet Function and the MATCH Worksheet Function in HELP for some details.
Add another column to your table with the hyperlink. You can extract the hyperlink on your Lookup sheet with a User Defined Function hyperlinkaddress. . On lookup sheet
On your sheet with VLOOKUP
=HYPERLINK(VLOOKUP(B8,Lookup!A1:Lookup!J1203,10,FALSE), VLOOKUP(B8,Lookup!A1:Lookup!J1203,3,FALSE) )
=HYPERLINK("Mailto:" & B2, A2) =HYPERLINK("Mailto:" & B2,"[x]") =IF(ISERROR(SEARCH("@",B2)),"","mailto:" & HYPERLINK(B2)) =IF(ISERROR(SEARCH("@",B2)),"",HYPERLINK("mailto:" & B2,"[x]"))To extract a hyperlink see hyperlinkaddress and other User Defined Functions in buildtoc.htm#url.
As aready mentioned you must include the filename, even if it refers to a cell in the same workbook. You can use this code to generate the workbook name. As mentioned on my Pathname page you must include the cell reference to get a valid result from the CELL Worksheet Function.
and use it as follows:
A1: =HYPERLINK("["&hyperlink!$B$3 & "]'Sheet One'!A1","Sheet One")
But as updated in blue above, the following would be used within same sheet and would allow renaming/moving workbook without changing formulas. (works in XL97 and up)
or within same workbook
Problem: One of the sheets in the workbook is named 'HelpMe', and the user wants to be able to use a link button or other means to get to that page and to return back where they came from.
If you use a hyperlink or if in a macro you use FollowHyperlink Address you use hyperlinkaddress you can use the web BACK key (Alt+ArrowLeft) to return. You can install the buttons on your toolbar from tools, customize, commands, Web, and drag the two buttons BACK and FORWARD to the toolbar. Invoke as a button on Worksheet
If your button is on the worksheet you can hyperlink to you help worksheet. I don't think you can do that you can assign a hyperlink directly to a toolbar button without having it invoke a macro instead.
Invoke as a HYPERLINK Worksheet Function from the worksheet
=HYPERLINK("#helpme!E6","help") =HYPERLINK("#"Help Me'!A1","help")
Invoke as an object type hyperlink [Ctrl+K]
Object hyperlinks (Ctrl+K) will =change automatically if you rename the worksheets, but can be burdomsome on older versions of Excel. (Pre 2000 on Win 98).
Invoke link as a DoubleClick Event macro from the worksheetPrivate Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal _ Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean) 'to install -- right-click on the sheettab of the sheet to ' be used in and choose 'view code'. Paste this Worksheet ' event macro into the module. Cancel = True 'Get out of edit mode Dim xx As String xx = "#'Help Me'!E6" ActiveWorkbook.FollowHyperlink Address:=xx, NewWindow:=False End Sub
Link to a Chart or Shape, faked by an Event Macro
Hyperlinks in Excel, Jon Peltier, some notes on hyperlinks including how to fake a link to a chart (or other shapes).
To Return to original worksheet:
As mentioned at the beginning you can return with the Keyboard Shortcut ALT+ArrowLeft or with the Toolbar BACK button that can be installed on your toolbar as previously described.
This topic was a little hard to decide whether to put on this webpage (sheets.htm), or on my Build Table of Contents webpage, or on Event Macros webpage as another example, or even perhaps the Shortcuts webpage because of the BACK button.
for MS Word as C:\My Documents\excel\book1.xls#sheet1!c9
for HTML as <a href="c:\temp\mybook.xls#sheet1!c9">worksheet 1</a>
Can't get the above HTML link to work in Firefox, let alone with a space in the sheetname with Firefox.
<a href="file:///C:\bk1\h\excel2k\2004-11.xls#Sheet16!d2">d2 in sheet 16</a> -- d2 in sheet 16'h:\excel2k\[vlookup.xls]sheet13'!C4
The following will SUM the cells D3:G3 from the range of sheets as seen in the worksheet tabs at the bottom: Sheet5:Sheet8
the following will SUM the cells D3:G3 in each of the sheets named in the cells L3:P3 (Dominic 2005-05-05, misc) -- You will get a #REF! error if any sheetname is missing or is invalid in the L3:P3 range.
='Worksheet 1'!G3 =INDIRECT("Worksheet 1'" & "!" & "G3") =INDIRECT("'Worksheet 1'" & "!G" & h4) =INDIRECT("'c:\My Documents\[WTA " & Year(Now())-1 & ".xls]Sheet1'!$B$4") =INDIRECT("["&D2&".xls]'Sheet1'!$A$1")The above is hard to read, single quotes surround the worksheet name because it includes a blank. All the rest are double quotes.
INDIRECT will not work for closed files.
Extended one step further using the sheetname in cell A1:
=INDIRECT("'" & A1 & "'" & "!" & "G" & H4)which now includes a single quote within double quotes around the sheetname specified in cell A1. You can simplify the formulas by combining text together in all of the above (hope you can read it).
=INDIRECT("'" & A1 & "'!G" & H4)Additional examples involving replication can be found on my Fill Handles page.
INDIRECT to refer to a cell in another workbook (actually used same workbook, can you tell?)
Note cell A1 and E1 show a single quote but you must type in an additional single quote before the one you see.
|f1||=INDIRECT(A1&B1&C1&D1&E1)||f2||=INDIRECT("'" & A2 & "\" &B2 & "\[" &C2 & "]" &D2& "'!" &E2)|
|g1||=A1&B1&C1&D1&E1||g2||="'" & A2 & "\" &B2 & "\[" &C2 & "]" &D2& "'!" &E2|
Sheetnames are in Column C (cells C1:C50), The sheets that hae a model number of "ModelA" in their A3 cell are to have the value of their H31 cells totalled in the formula. [Bob Phillips, .excel, 2006-05-31]
Additional examples of INDIRECT can be found on my Build Table of Contents page.
LastSheetName = Worksheet(Worksheets.Count))The last sheet updated can be identified with the crippled =CELL("Filename") until a recalcuation occurs, but that is a very unstable form and I expect it is related to serious problems. There is no problem with =CELL("filenname",A1) which returns the Filename (including full path) of the file that contains reference, as text. Returns empty text ("") if the worksheet that contains reference has not yet been saved.
Function RelSheet(sht As Long) As String RelSheet = Worksheets(sht).Name End Function Function WB_Sheet_cell(wb As String, sht As Long, cell As String) As String WB_Sheet_cell = Workbooks(wb).Worksheets(sht).Range(cell) End Function=wb_sheet_cell("MP1.xls",1,"$A$2")
|'$$ TOC'!b2||="'" & relsheet(1)&"'"&"!b2"|
|Type||=INDIRECT("'" & relsheet(1)&"'"&"!b2")|
|Type||=wb_sheet_cell(MID(CELL("filename",A1),FIND("[", CELL("filename",A1),1)+1,FIND("]",CELL("filename",A1),1) -FIND("[",CELL("filename",A1),1)-1),1,"b2")|
my own test: cell A3
For Each cell In Range("A1", Range("a1").End(xlDown)) Workbooks.Open (cell & ".xls") Next
Dim oWB As Workbook 'posted by Bob Phillips, 2004-02-15, misc On Error Resume Next Set oWB = Workbooks("myBook") On Error GoTo 0 If oWB Is Nothing Then Set oWB = Workbooks.Open("C:\myDir\myBook.xls") End If oWB.Worksheets("Sheet1").Activate
Sub CreateFolderAndSaveFile() 'Nick Hodge, 2000-06-12 microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions Dim fName As String On Error Resume Next fName = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("C3").Value MkDir ("C:\Projects\" & fName & "\") ChDir ("C:\Projects\" & fName & "\") ThisWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:=fName End Sub
Sub genWStabnames() Dim cell As Range Dim newName As String, xx As String Err.Description = "" On Error Resume Next For Each cell In Selection Worksheets.Add If Err.Description <> "" Then Exit Sub MsgBox Format(cell.Value, "yyyy-mm-dd") Err.Description = "" newName = Format(cell.Value, "yyyy-mm-dd") ActiveSheet.Name = newName If Err.Description <> "" Then '--failed to rename, probably sheetname already exists... xx = MsgBox("Failed to rename inserted worksheet " & _ vbLf & _ ActiveSheet.Name & " to " & newName & vbLf & _ Err.Number & " " & Err.Description, vbOKCancel, _ "Failure to Rename Worksheet:") '--eliminate already created sheet that was to be renamed... Application.DisplayAlerts = False ActiveSheet.Delete Application.DisplayAlerts = True '--check for immediae cancellation... If xx = vbCancel Then Exit Sub Err.Description = "" End If Next cell End Sub
And if the macro is exited with any of these things in effect is there any way of telling what's wrong or just resetting it,
Application.Interactive = False 'prevents user interference with the macro Application.DisplayAlerts = False 'suppress prompts and alerts Application.ScreenUpdating = False 'suppress screen repainting ActiveWindow.Visible = False 'hides the active windowI thought the following would put things back to normal, but after rereading the switches, I don't think it would change. I turned off macros and fixed the interactive once, but more interested in if you don't know what happened.
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\Excel.exe" /regserver change path as needed or just use Excel.exe /regserver
291288 - Startup Switches for Microsoft Excel (2002: 291288, 2000: 211481; 97: 159474)
(SAFE Mode, Re-register/Reregister Excel extensions)
'Clear the clipboard, if copied from the worksheet Application.CutCopyMode = FalseOtherwise see Chip Pearson's page on the Clipboard for some Windows API.
A link to a worksheet using the HYPERLINK Worksheet Formula will fail when the worksheet is renamed because it is a constant within double quotes. A solution to this problem is to use a VBA Function. See details in solution by Bill Manville, and in the extensive examples above in Hyperlink Worksheet References outside of quotes.
=HYPERLINK("#'" & XLName("Sheet67")& "'!$A$1",XLName("Sheet67")& "!$A$1")Function XLName(stVBASheet As String) As String Dim WS As Worksheet 'Bill Manville, 2003-02-20, links Application.Volatile For Each WS In Application.Caller.Parent.Parent.Worksheets If WS.CodeName = stVBASheet Then XLName = WS.Name Exit Function End If Next End Function
With a need to hyperlink to a lot of files such as PDF files in the same directory as the Excel workbook, you could specify the pathname in a cell on a specific sheet and then use the HYPERLINK worksheet function.
But the use of the Hyperlink Base in workbook properties can be used effectively, see thes postings by Harlan Grove. 2002-04-22 and this one to access the hyperlink property 2002-04-26
See VBE Help for "Visible Property" having to do with worksheets and there is also a xlveryhiddenWorksheets("Sheet1").Visible = False Worksheets("Sheet1").Visible = True sht.visible = True
- Tools --> Options --> View (tab) --> ...
[x] Horizontal scroll bar
[x] Vertical scroll bar
[x] Sheet tabs [if still hidden then ...]
- The horizontal scrollbar may have been dragged to far to the left, drag the "Tab Split Box" between the sheet navigation keys and horizontal scrollbar to the right to expose the Horizontal sheet tabs normally seen between the navigation keys and the horizontal scrollbar.
Things beginning with #-sign (#hash)
Build Table of Contents (#BuildTOC) primarily deals with Listing Sheetnames, hyperlinks, and other documentation things.
Build Table of Contents (#BuildTOC) also has many sheet related items, in addition to some of the above.
Master Sheet, creation (#mastersheet)
Cells, Cells related coding
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