Screenupdating excel macro


20-Jun-2017 09:10

Just make sure that your number is not larger than your criteria.

Column)) = "" Then Msg Box "skipping due to formula in column C and nothing in Column A --testing" Exit Sub End If Application. Mc Ritchie, 2007-05-11, not posted Cancel = True Target. The trick is to look for a large number that can’t exist.

INSRTROW is a macro to copy the selected line making the requested number of copies of it downward, but to include only the formulas. (button ) I wanted to be able to insert a row and maintain the formulas but not to copy data that would be unique for the line. Activate End Sub This example will insert a row below the cell double-clicked on, copying the formulas from the row double-clicked on into the inserted row, then will remove constants from the inserted row based on the intersection range specified.

The propagation of data would be misleading so I want it to be blank so I have to enter it myself. Resize(2), xl Fill Default on error resume next Rows(lastrow 1). Clear Contents on error goto 0 Cells(lastrow 1, 1) = Cells(lastrow, 1) 7 Rows(lastrow 1). Private Sub Worksheet_Before Double Click(By Val Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean) 'David Mc Ritchie, 2007-09-07 on double-click '-- will copy more often than Extend Formulas and Format (tools option) Cancel = True Target.

A more explicit example of OFFSET and using the macro described below can be found in Using OFFSET to maintain formulas also includes use of INDEX in totals and subtotals to add up to the row above without regard to typing in any specific cell address as in To obtain a macro that would do what I wanted I posted to the newsgroup what I wanted and failed at that.

By referencing cells in the current row any insertion or deletion of lines will cause formulas to be updated.



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