Tables allow you to format things like that automatically, but now your preexisting formatting messes up the table formatting. but I can't treat them as a database name for SQL queries (example, in the MS Query builder). Sub Delete_Lotsa_Rows() Dim o List As List Object Dim l Ct as Long Set o List = Worksheets(1). When the User opens the Workbook, I want to set some Workbook and Worksheet properties based on the User's access level. So in order to get at a formatting element of a cell in your table you need to: Suppose you have just converted a range to a table, but the range had some formatting set up such as background fills and borders. Tint And Shade End Sub Excel 2007 tables are named ranges ... How do we know if sorting (or an autofilter) has been applied to a table since before we used autofiltermode and filtermode to determine it before, and now they don't work. Public Function Has Filter(o Lo As List Object) As Boolean Dim o Fltr As Filter For Each o Fltr In o Lo. It appears that for some reason the code is deleting every other row. Imagine the table ("tbl Administration") has several FIELDS and one of the fields is [Username]. Find("User Name") Set o Row = Intersect(Active Sheet. Add (11) ' No Go in 2003 'insert below Selection. ' The range name is removed as soon as the table is converted to a range o Sh. Comment = "This is a table's comment" End Sub That is simple and uses the identical syntax as 2003: Sub Remove Table Style() Dim o Sh As Worksheet Set o Sh = Active Sheet 'remove table or list style o Sh. Unlist End Sub With Excel 2013, 20 we get a whole new set of filtering and sorting options. All of the Macros appear to work, however I have found that if I attempt to select a large range of cells in any of the sheets (by using the mouse or with the use of a Macro) the program slows down considerably and the larger the range selected, the longer the time it takes for the system to respond. Hi Gilles, Without seeing the code this is hard to analyse. I will be working mostly on financial tables, which doesn't have any value on the first cell. Hello Jan, thank you very much for this precious hint! Color Index = 3 'Red End With Case "Completed" With rg Cell. Which tablestyle Element is needed depends on the settings of your table style.
Select End Sub As you may have spotted, Excel 2013, 20 handle tables like they are range names. After inserting a table, a range name is defined automatically. Remove a table (convert back to range) and the defined name is removed as well. When the table has data Insert Row Range returns nothing. Insert Row Range End Function Sub Test_Get Insert Row() Dim lo As List Object Dim obj List Rng As Range Set lo = Worksheets("Sheet3"). One thing I'm struggling with is deleting multiple table rows. I reduced the code to loop through this, but it is still slow. I have a problem, which you may be able to help solve... In column 1 I have names which I load to the Combo Box in my user form. I want to use a sheet as "database" for information.
You cannot delete them and they get renamed automatically when you change a table's name. Screen Updating=True An important difference between Excel 2003 lists and Excel 2007 tables is that the Insert Row Range property of the List Object only works when the table is empty. Running the macro is very, very slow relative to the action from the UI. Hello, First of all - thanks for this useful guide! thanks, Radek Hello, I have a question regarding tables in use with VBA. Color Index = 2 'White End If End With Case "Started" With rg Cell.
After much testing I found that in some instances the formula was not correctly defined and that was the source of the error. Add Type:=xl Validate List, _ Alert Style:=xl Valid Alert Stop, _ Operator:=xl Between, _ Formula1:=var Values .
I am sorry to bother you with something I should be able to test myself and thankyou for you comments. In the actual table and vba code I did strike the error that I could not add a formula to a table with vba.
=Table_SDCBIBE01_SDCBFDDS_BF_Retail Summary#This Row],[Retail Sales/Table_SDCBIBE01_SDCBFDDS_BF_Retail Summary#This Row],[Inv Pct Is there any way to reference a different row using the table syntax? I want to let them run in 2007 compatibility-mode without any change but that's impossible because Insert Row Range Is Nothing after the 1st row insertion. With a deadline looming and hours wasting I found that unlisting the table worked, the formula could be added and appears to be correct. Value End Function Sub Foo() Msg Box Get Access Rights From Table("tbl Administration", "Smith") End Sub provide you with the result you're seeking?
Value End If End With Next acell Formulas work well within the same row using [#This Row] ex. I'd do two finds: one on the header row of the table to find the fieldname you need. Say the object variable is called o Header and you have found row c, then the code to update the proper cell is: Hi Jan, I have a bunch of Excel 2003-xlas making heavy use of Insert Row Range. After eliminating that problem I still found the formula could not be added.
In this way one set of subs and functions works on all tables in a workbook that have been flagged to behave in this way. On Then Has Filter = True Exit Function End If Next End Function Sub Test() Msg Box Has Filter(Active Cell. Delete Next End Sub Jan, This is an excellent place for information on the Excel 2007 table Object. Find(s Username) Set o Col = Nothing Set o Col = Active Sheet.
Kind of like doing such (with Status and Filing ID being table headers): For Each acell In Selection With ext_book. The following code of an 2003-xla works fine in 2003 but errors with 2007. I have worked out a way of emulating the insert row behaviour using the workbook sheet change event. I have tried to use the information from your answer to Radek (3/17/2009 AM) to populate a data validation drop-down. the code is: Sub sub Drop Down Activate(str In Cell As String) Dim var Values As Variant var Values = sht List Source.
Sub Sorting And Filtering() ' No Go in 2003 With Active Workbook. Screen Updating=false Then at the end, turn it back on: Application. But you can tell Excel to hide the title row by unchecking the box "Header row" on the table tools tab of the ribbon. Apparently I noticed, that I could use the displayed value as well... Is there any reference where I could familarize myself with object properties etc? Color Index = 5 'Blue End With Case "Behind Schedule" With rg Cell.