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## Similar Topics

Hi guys,

Looking for some help and would appreciate your help. I want to prevent people cutting/copy/pasting on a spreadsheet I have developed. A couple of users keep doing so which in turn knackers my formulas. There will be occasions where I will need to be able to use these functions for maintenance and updates. Ideally I would like have a private marcro which I can run to enable these features as and when needed.

I've been at this all morning and feel like I'm going round in circles. I've tried various bits of code (sourced via google etc) & have ended up with a whole manner of outcomes but not the one I want.

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.

Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance

Looking for some help and would appreciate your help. I want to prevent people cutting/copy/pasting on a spreadsheet I have developed. A couple of users keep doing so which in turn knackers my formulas. There will be occasions where I will need to be able to use these functions for maintenance and updates. Ideally I would like have a private marcro which I can run to enable these features as and when needed.

I've been at this all morning and feel like I'm going round in circles. I've tried various bits of code (sourced via google etc) & have ended up with a whole manner of outcomes but not the one I want.

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.

Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance

I am trying to do a very simple copy and paste of a simple formula in Excel 2007 and nothing seems to be working. Excel will not let me copy and paste a formula and will only paste the value into to workbook. For instance, if I make a very simple spreadsheet such as:

A1 type in 10, A2 type in =A1 (calculated A2 to be 10)

B1 type in 5

And then click the copy on B1, and then click paste special on cell B2, the only options it gives me are text and unicode text and so no matter how I paste, cell b2 will always be populated with a value of 5. I cannot imagine a simpler copy and paste and no matter what I do I can't make this work.

All cells are formatted as general. It seems that all copy and pasting of formulas in my excel has been disabled. If I open any spreadsheet on my computer, I can't copy and paste formulas, but do the exact same thing on the exact same spreadsheet on any other computer and it works no problem.

Any help?

A1 type in 10, A2 type in =A1 (calculated A2 to be 10)

B1 type in 5

And then click the copy on B1, and then click paste special on cell B2, the only options it gives me are text and unicode text and so no matter how I paste, cell b2 will always be populated with a value of 5. I cannot imagine a simpler copy and paste and no matter what I do I can't make this work.

All cells are formatted as general. It seems that all copy and pasting of formulas in my excel has been disabled. If I open any spreadsheet on my computer, I can't copy and paste formulas, but do the exact same thing on the exact same spreadsheet on any other computer and it works no problem.

Any help?

I have a spreadsheet with simple (addition/subtraction) formulas. The file is quite large and the formulas are too. All of a sudden, the formulas stopped working except when I double click in the cell containing the actual formula. For example, if I enter "2" in each cell, A2 and B2, cell B3 should reflect "4" because there is a formula in cell B3 which totals cells A2 and B2. Only by double clicking on cell B3 will the program actually calculate. I'm totally perplexed and so is my IT contact. Anyone?

I have noticed that a handful of people at work enter a formula as =+A1+A2 instead of the way I would enter it =A1+A2

What is the origin of the extra plus sign at the beginning? To me it seems to be unproductive and is simply not needed. I have been using Excel for over 12 years and have never needed to enter any formulas like that. Does this originate back to a much older version of Excel where it was once needed?

Just curious.

Thanks.

What is the origin of the extra plus sign at the beginning? To me it seems to be unproductive and is simply not needed. I have been using Excel for over 12 years and have never needed to enter any formulas like that. Does this originate back to a much older version of Excel where it was once needed?

Just curious.

Thanks.

Hi,

Can someone please help? I've got quite a lot of data that I want to sort

by the persons date of birth, but because I have cells with formula in it

(this works out the persons age) the sort function is changing the formulas

so the formulas no longer work becuase it changes the cell where it is

getting the data from. Does anyone have any ideas how this could be fixed??

Thanks!

Can someone please help? I've got quite a lot of data that I want to sort

by the persons date of birth, but because I have cells with formula in it

(this works out the persons age) the sort function is changing the formulas

so the formulas no longer work becuase it changes the cell where it is

getting the data from. Does anyone have any ideas how this could be fixed??

Thanks!

hi guys,

i have a simple spreadsheet where i'm totalling a few values thru a formula. it's similar to this:

=D13*F13

i'm trying to create a funcion that says if d13 * f13 >= 300, i want the value to stay at 300 max and at the same time, if d13 * f13 < 300, i want the total to remain whatever it is.

i have been able to create both of these formulas successfully by themselves but i can't combine them. is this possible?

any help would be greatly appreciated!!

i have a simple spreadsheet where i'm totalling a few values thru a formula. it's similar to this:

=D13*F13

i'm trying to create a funcion that says if d13 * f13 >= 300, i want the value to stay at 300 max and at the same time, if d13 * f13 < 300, i want the total to remain whatever it is.

i have been able to create both of these formulas successfully by themselves but i can't combine them. is this possible?

any help would be greatly appreciated!!

I have sheet with rows and each row has formulas based on cells in that row.

I would like to have a new row automatically inserted with the formulas

updating to reference the cells in the new row. Let's say I start with 50

rows and after they are filled up, a new row is added automatically? How do I

do this?

I would like to have a new row automatically inserted with the formulas

updating to reference the cells in the new row. Let's say I start with 50

rows and after they are filled up, a new row is added automatically? How do I

do this?

I cannot edit an excel spreadsheet that I had made. When I open up the file I can view everything but change nothing. The file is not saved as read-only. What can I do?

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? 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. Problem is, I want to do this from VBA! Can anyone help

please???

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? 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. Problem is, I want to do this from VBA! Can anyone help

please???

How do I restrict what I see on my screen (and specifically, limit the scroll

feature) to the rows and columns I'm actually using in an Excel 2003 Pro

spreadsheet?

feature) to the rows and columns I'm actually using in an Excel 2003 Pro

spreadsheet?

I'm working on an Excel file that it's size is about 90 M.B and that makes it very slow to deal with ... is there anyhow to make it faster ???

i use in it alot of formulas and conditional formats

thank u

i use in it alot of formulas and conditional formats

thank u

I am puzzled by a thin black line (that looks like a border line) on a spreadsheet that I am unable to remove, whatever I do. It starts halfway across column B and stops just at the end of column Z.

It is not a border line.

It is not a page break.

If I delete the rows it appears on it remains visible.

It is not an object floating on top of the spreadsheet.

Any ideas?

Thanks.

It is not a border line.

It is not a page break.

If I delete the rows it appears on it remains visible.

It is not an object floating on top of the spreadsheet.

Any ideas?

Thanks.

I need information on how to enter the proper syntax (formula) so that excel

can calculate overtime hours. In california over 8 hrs in one day is

overtime. The 8 would be considered regular hours and anything over is OT.

can calculate overtime hours. In california over 8 hrs in one day is

overtime. The 8 would be considered regular hours and anything over is OT.

is it possible to put two formulasinto one cell?

On the attached timesheet there are columns IN, OUT, IN,OUT

The lunch time is worked out by deducting 'C8 from C9' and this works fine when all 'IN, OUT' cells are filled in but for some reason when just the first two cells are filled in it gives a -12 hour answer.

looking at cell 'C11 ' in the attached worksheet, I currently have the formula

=IF(C13=0,","SUM(C9-C8)) The reason for this is to make it look tidy by having blank cells until a calculation is needed,, My problem is, If someone just comes in for the morning one day for instance 8am to 12 noon then they won't have lunch, but C11 will show -12:00

Can I put another formula into C11 to tell it not to deduct C8 from C9 until a time is put into C9.

The following is the sort of thing (many variations) I have been trying but because I'm hopeless at formulas I'm not having any success

Thanks

=IF(C13=0,","SUM(C9-C8))OR,IF(C9,ISBLANK,"",SUM(C9-C8)

On the attached timesheet there are columns IN, OUT, IN,OUT

The lunch time is worked out by deducting 'C8 from C9' and this works fine when all 'IN, OUT' cells are filled in but for some reason when just the first two cells are filled in it gives a -12 hour answer.

looking at cell 'C11 ' in the attached worksheet, I currently have the formula

=IF(C13=0,","SUM(C9-C8)) The reason for this is to make it look tidy by having blank cells until a calculation is needed,, My problem is, If someone just comes in for the morning one day for instance 8am to 12 noon then they won't have lunch, but C11 will show -12:00

Can I put another formula into C11 to tell it not to deduct C8 from C9 until a time is put into C9.

The following is the sort of thing (many variations) I have been trying but because I'm hopeless at formulas I'm not having any success

Thanks

=IF(C13=0,","SUM(C9-C8))OR,IF(C9,ISBLANK,"",SUM(C9-C8)

Hi There

Im trying to Sum the total of a number of cells using the following formula:

=SUM(F57,H57,J57,L57,P57,N57,D57,,R57,V57,T57,X57)

however some of those cells might be blanks as they are dependant on other data. The probelm im having is that when they are blank i am getting the the sum as 0. i know this isnt the case but dont know how to rectify my code.

Im trying to Sum the total of a number of cells using the following formula:

=SUM(F57,H57,J57,L57,P57,N57,D57,,R57,V57,T57,X57)

however some of those cells might be blanks as they are dependant on other data. The probelm im having is that when they are blank i am getting the the sum as 0. i know this isnt the case but dont know how to rectify my code.

I have a large spreadsheet in Excel 2007. I am converting it to a .csv file to import in to another program. I need to delete all commas from all data.

When I try to replace all commas (with nothing or with another character), I get the error message "The formula you typed contains an error."

I have tried various formats (text, general, etc.) and various file types (.xls,.xlsx, .csv) and still get the same error.

When I try to replace all commas (with nothing or with another character), I get the error message "The formula you typed contains an error."

I have tried various formats (text, general, etc.) and various file types (.xls,.xlsx, .csv) and still get the same error.

Can I create a message box that displays a message when the spreadsheet is first opened?

If so, where do I put it?

If so, where do I put it?

I need a set of formulas to list all 120 permutations of the letters ABCDE, can anyone help?!

Great tip! But one thing: On my machine (Excel 2008 Mac), the values in the formula cell are not correctly calculated simply by dragging. Instead, the values are equal to the cell above (the first entry formula value). To get the correct value, I need to click in the formula bar and then hit enter. (I only discovered this after an hour of tinkering, figuring I had botched the formula!)

Are there any ways around this so that it updates upon dragging the formula?

Are there any ways around this so that it updates upon dragging the formula?

Hi. I have a row in a spreadsheet in Excel that is hidden but i am unable to unhide it. I have tried the usual way by hovering between the rows above and below until i get the double line but this does not happen. I have also tried going through the Format - Row - Unhide option but this also doesn't work. Any suggestions?

I have set up an excel file that helps put together different text components using the vlookup and concatenate formulas for use in one plain text document .

When I try to paste the finished result into notepad/textpad/word it adds extra double quote marks throughout the text. Does anyone know how to paste it without these marks?

Thanks!

When I try to paste the finished result into notepad/textpad/word it adds extra double quote marks throughout the text. Does anyone know how to paste it without these marks?

Thanks!

I'm trying to have separate column widths in the same column, based on the rows.

the top half of my spreadsheet are assumptions, formatted with the corrects widths needed, but then below I have calculations and such that I do not want the same widths for. how can I lock in the top part so I can decrease the column widths for the bottom half of my spreadsheet?

hope this makes sense.

the top half of my spreadsheet are assumptions, formatted with the corrects widths needed, but then below I have calculations and such that I do not want the same widths for. how can I lock in the top part so I can decrease the column widths for the bottom half of my spreadsheet?

hope this makes sense.

Some time ago I created a spreadsheet and greyed out the areas that weren't needed. Now I need to expand the spreadsheet and use more columns. Trouble is I've forgotten how to unhide those columns. I didn't write any macros and usings the right-click unhide method is proven futile. The sheet isn't protected which is puzzling since I can't get the mouse to even highlight any of the greyed out areas.

Any suggestions would be fantastic!

thanks

Any suggestions would be fantastic!

thanks

Hi,

I am looking to change how an active cell is viewed. For instance when you are looking at your spreadsheet you can see the active cell has a thin black border around it. I would like to change the border to a thicker one and change the color to blue or red. I am trying to make it easier to the eye so when you are working on a large spreadsheet it is immediatly apparent where you are to avoid squinting.

If anyone can help me please let me know.

I am looking to change how an active cell is viewed. For instance when you are looking at your spreadsheet you can see the active cell has a thin black border around it. I would like to change the border to a thicker one and change the color to blue or red. I am trying to make it easier to the eye so when you are working on a large spreadsheet it is immediatly apparent where you are to avoid squinting.

If anyone can help me please let me know.