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.
I'm only showing a tiny bit here, a Sort on cell color (orangish) and a filter on the font color. A List in 2003 only has the default sort and autofilter possibilities we have known since Excel 5 and which had hardly been expanded at all in the past 12 years or so. It may help to turn off screenupdating at the beginning of your code though: Application. If I apply table style using VBA, it adds "Column1" for the first cell, which is not necessary. Thanks, Mohan Hi Mohan, You cannot prevent the title row from appearing, as Excel needs that for referencing columns in the table. Once I set up the Combo Box properties as you advised, it does return the value I wanted. Color Index = 44 'Gold End With Case "Late" With rg Cell. Assuming your cell is within the data Body Range of the table and you have no column striping you'd get something like this: Function Get Style Element From Table Cell(o Cell As Range, o Lo As List Object) As Table Style Element '------------------------------------------------------------------------- ' Procedure : Get Style Element From Table Cell ' Company : JKP Application Development Services (c) ' Author : Jan Karel Pieterse ' Created : 2-6-2009 ' Purpose : Function to return the proper style element from a cell inside a table '------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dim l Row As Long 'Determine on what row we are inside the table l Row = o Cell.
Add(Always Insert:=True) If you then want to write something in the first cell of the new row you can use:o New Row. Adding a comment to a table through the UI is a challenge, because you have to go to the Name Manager to do that. Hello: I am currently trying to use a workbook which was developped using a prior version of Excel. Select, but in a List Object I can't get it to work... Value = i End If Next i As you can see, I'm nowhere with this script, I'd appreciate help thanks, Radek Hi Radek, You can simply load both columns into the listbox (which you set to have two columns and set the column width of the second column to zero) and set the boundcolumn property to the second column. Show Table Style Row Stripes Then 'We are in the table's body If l Row Mod 2 = 0 Then Set Get Style Element From Table Cell = o Lo. Table Style Elements(xl Row Stripe1) Else Set Get Style Element From Table Cell = o Lo. Table Style Elements(xl Whole Table) End If Else Set Get Style Element From Table Cell = o Lo. Table Style Elements(xl Whole Table) End If End Function Sub test() Dim o Lo As List Object Dim o TSt As Table Style Element Set o Lo = Active Sheet.
Value="Value For New cell" This is something Excel 2003 cannot do and is related to the fact that a table is a range name. Luckily Microsoft did include the table object if it comes to recording your actions, unlike the omission on the charting side...
This article has also been published on Microsoft Office Online: Working with Excel tables in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) In Working with Tables in Excel 2013, 20 I promised to add a page about working with those tables in VBA too. On the VBA side there seems to be nothing new about Tables. Best regards, For a cell within an Excel 2007 Table (the table is named "Table1"), with banded coloring of cells within the table, the . Color Index property of the cell returns "No fill" regardless of the cell color. Color Index always returns -4142 for both Green and White cells colored by Table banding. Color Index -4142 Then '-4142 corresponds to No Fill.
They are addressed as List Objects, a collection that was introduced with Excel 2003. Select ' Select just row 4 (header row doesn't count! The code in the following post (due to post size limitations) is intended to change the color of a Wingding dot character in a cell based upon the contents of the adjacent cell. Is the Color Index value only available through List Objects("Table1")? I am new to Excel Macro coding and can't seem to find a reference for the Table object model on the Web or in the Help. ' Written by Ken Johnson 'Check for changes to any of the dropdown cells 4 columns to the right of the Tasks column If Not Intersect(Target, Range("Tasks"). Value Case "Not Started" 'Make the wingding character the same color as the cell interior so that it is not visible With rg Cell.
Auto Filter Field:=2, _ Criteria1:=RGB(156, 0, 6), Operator:=xl Filter Font Color End Sub You may wonder why this subject is there, why not simply ask for the cell. Theme Color if you need the Theme Color of a cell in a table? It was/is a bit tricky to get it working neatly but now that it is, it is a very useful feature. List Object) End Sub The problem is that the macro only deletes half the rows in the table, then gives me "RUN-TIME ERROR '1004': Application-defined or object-defined error" I even numbered the rows sequentially, and the macro deleted the odd-numbered rows only. However, I am a bit uncertain how to accomplish an action based on a table.
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.
Value = "2nd insert" End With End Sub Hi I'm look for code to change a standard command buttons color after I have refreshed the data from the server and the text to data has been refreshed. If you can't use a standard button it is not a problem to change it to something else. If I try to change the formula of a cell in a table (aka listobject) in 2007 using vba I get an error. set rng = ' a reference to a cell in a table rng.formula = "= my formula" gives error code 1004. Hi Ignatius, Seems to me the relevant part of your code is missing, could you please post the real code (or just enough in a sub so it shows the error)? Sub sub Drop Down Activate(str Range, str Tab As Object, str Table As String) Dim var Values As Variant Dim var Values String() As Variant Dim str Formula1 As String Dim lng Count As Long Select Case str Table Case "tbl DSRDocument" sht List Source. Option Explicit Private Sub Combo Box1_Change() Combo Box1.
Value Re Dim s Values(1 To UBound(var Values, 1)) For l Ct = 1 To UBound(var Values, 1) s Values(l Ct) = var Values(l Ct, 1) Next s Formula = Join(s Values, ",") Range("" & str In Cell & ""). How would I get Case "tbl DSRDocument" filters to work before assigning the var Values variable? Auto Filter Field:=4, _ Criteria1:="1", Operator:=xl Filter Values sht List Source. Is there another method which does not need a button to trigger the combobox? Hi Karel, I put the whole code below in "thisworkbook" but it does not seem to work./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? ]]