Excel screenupdating false not working
If you change Excel to Full Screen View and your taskbar is always on top (as it normally is), the bottom of the spreadsheet is hidden behind the taskbar.
Does anyone know how to get around this without hiding the taskbar? Hey there, I have been tasked with introducing userforms into an excel sheet and tbh I'm quite amazed that excel has this capability of adding userforms to excel sheets.
To summaraise what I am looking for is some vba code which will do the following Disable cut,copy and paste when sheet is opened Enable cut,copy and paste when closed Have a macro which when run will allow me to cut/copy paste so as to implement updates when necessary. The biggest problem is that the highlighting won't turn off, no matter what.
I can't select anything from the tool bars, do any work on the sheet or close the program.
I have found that if I drag the taskbar to the bottom and then back up again, the Excel window resizes itself correctly and the bottom of the spreadsheet is visible again. Anyway, I have 2 columns of data in an excel sheet and I wish to add this to a userform so that the userform displays the 2 columns beside each other with headings, like a table.
The user should then be able to select a particular row and insert it into the specified cell.
I need to create a macro which auto-populates a master worksheet from the individual user sheets in a shared workbook. There will be an undetermined number of individual worksheets to accomodate new staff.
Personally I think this is a really tricky challenge and any help with doing this would be extremely appreciated.Once the user selects the cell shown in the example sheet, it should then bring up the user form.the user then, depending on which item clicked, then gets shown the next window with a table and info on it.However, the file contains 8 sheets that are all identically laid out, except the number of rows is different.What I want to do is go to the worksheet that has the largest number of rows (it's always the same worksheet, so I know which one it is), set the zoom factor for THAT worksheet (which I can do, and it always has the same number of rows), and then take THAT zoom factor, whatever it is - and it will vary depending on the user - and apply that to the other worksheets that have a similar layout.