Excel macro screen updating
The following example uses Excel's search function in a given range - here column B, but that can easily be changed. If you cannot see the worksheets code sheet in the VBA editor press CTRL R to open Project Explorer: The following Worksheet_Change procedures must be in the worksheet's code sheet to work.
We ask the user what to search for, and a row is hidden if it has the seach value in column B. The first example is very simple: If you write an "x" in column A, the row with the "x" will be hidden.
But there are significant changes to this part of the object model and I am only going to touch on the basic parts here. Name = _ "Table1" ' No go in 2003 Active Sheet. Table Style = "Table Style Light2" End Sub But the new stuff is right there already: Table Styles. Line Style = xl Dash End Sub This changes the linestyle of the bottom of your table. If you have any other workbook open, all tables with the same tablestyle appear in your changed style! Select ' Select only data of first column ' No go in 2003 . Offset(0, 9)) Is Nothing Then 'Format the font color in the cells to the left of the dropdown cells according to the value in the dropdown cell Dim rg Cell As Range For Each rg Cell In Intersect(Target, Range("Tasks").
Converting a range to a table starts with the same code as in Excel 2003: Sub Create Table() Active Sheet. A collection of objects which are a member of the Workbook object. You can change the formatting of a table Style, e.g. But if you save your file, close Excel and open Excel again with the file, the changes are gone. Address Next End Sub This snippet of code works exactly the same in Excel 2003, so nothing new there (well, that is, in 2003 those tables ARE called Lists).
If you write a 0 (zero) all hidden rows will be visible again, and old values in column A are deleted.
Another part in which lists already had most of the functionality. In that case you have to get the last row of the table and move down one row from that. List Objects(1) Set obj List Rng = Get Insert Row(lo) obj List Rng. Recording a macro of selecting the desired rows, right-clicking and selecting Delete Table Rows results in the following code repeated for each row selected: Selection. I've created spreadsheet which automaticaly calculates data, based on used values. Some fields are combo boxes, and I need to load data from a column into these combos. Column 2 contains a numeric ID(which isn't loaded anywhere), which I need to put in a specific cell when clicking OK in the form(this must be depending on what was choosen in the Combo Box). Let me explain When I open a new xls I have 3 sheets. I fill sheet1 with a table (5 x 2.) When I save the XLS to XLA the sheet with info isn't visible anymore and I can't use my formula, which was written in VBA, to reach the data on the inputted sheet.
You can check if the cell 'is empty by writing an If-then with 'Len(Target.
Value) The last example shows how to hide all rows that have the same value in column A as in cell A1.
For that matter the whole thing could be written in the worksheet's Worksheet_Change procedure, but for the sake of the example I have made the Worksheet_Change procedure call an "ordinary" macro to do some of the work.
So you must put the Worksheet_Change procedure in the worksheet's code sheet and the procedure Hide Using Criteria in a standard module. Enable Events = True End If End If Before Exit: Application.