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Q: Solved: Password protecting an Excel workbook

Hi all.

As I have solved a few of our IT problems at work, I am being held as our expert...thus expected to know how to do everything the managers want done!

About 80% of our computer files are done in excel, but there are a few workbooks which contain sensitve data on our customers, so the manager wants them password protected.
I have looked at the options in excel, and tried the protection option, but that just seems to stop people from making changes...they can still access and read the file.

I don't have excel at home so I can't play around with it to find out the answer myself.

I looked at the sharing/security properties, and that seems to choose which pc the file is available to....we need it available to all 3 pcs, as we just use whichever is free, but that it can only by opened by myself and the 3 managers.

We all use one standard log-in, so I can't make it available just to certain users.

Thanks in advance!

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A: Solved: Password protecting an Excel workbook

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I was wondering if it was possible in excel to have a main main with buttons that direct you to different tabs.

Once you get to that tab, the person needs to insert the correct password for that correct tab.

I have created a macro. It is located in the view code right next to File in the upper left hand corner.

Is it possible also, that if the administrator enters in a password somewhere in the Sheet 1 where all the buttons are, that the administrator can have access to all of the sheets without inserting a password.

The password for Sheet 2 is Sheet2.

The password for Sheet 3 is Sheet3.
 

A:Excel Macro for protecting sheets within a workbook

You might want to read:
http://www.officearticles.com/misc/beginners_guide_to_getting_free_help_on_the_web.htm

Particularly, the part about "Projects".

Anyway, sure you can do this, but it'll take some code and not everyone has the time (or is willing to spend the time) to write that code FOR you. You can, however, check this out:
http://vbaexpress.com/kb/getarticle.php?kb_id=531

Use a sample file. Then, if you can't get it to work perfectly, ask at that forum (OR HERE) for additional help, uploading the sample file.

I hope this kick-starts you.
 

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Hello Everyone

I am having some difficulties finding a solution to my problem. I am hoping someone can help or lead me to the right direction.

I have a workbook called Data.xlsm, below is a sample:

ID, Name, commission
1 john 1000
2 eric 2000
3 ryan 3000

Now I have another excel file called Temp.xls which looks pretty much the same as Data.xlsm.

ID, Name, Commission
1 john 200
2 eric 300

I need a macro that will read the Temp.xls and grab the commissions and bring them to Data.xlsm. The commissions need to be summed based on ID.

The final Result on Data.xlsm should be as follows:
1 john 1200
2 eric 2300
3 ryan 3000

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you
 

A:Solved: Excel Macro - Upload Workbook value from Another Workbook based on ID

Just a quick and dirty solution

Make sure you place this in the same folder as your Temp.xlsm file and press the button

It will open Temp
update the data, if a new Id is in Temp it will add the data and set the commission values in Temp to 0 to avoid running it twice.

I hope the code explains itsefl.

Think of a macro of a step by step instrcution as you would say it out loud.
 

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I am copying an excel worksheet from an existing workbook to a new workbook using a macro. The sheet contains a Private Sub. I want the new workbook to have the Private Sub password protected. Is there a way of writing this into the macro of the originating workbook?
 

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Hi

Can anyone tell me whether it is possible to protect a worksheet with a password using VBA?

I am writing a little Excel 'application' that allows users to log statistics. When they have completed the relevant cells within the worksheet they will click a command button which is embedded on the sheet - the button runs a procedure which, to cut a long story short, creates a new sheet within the same workbook and copies the brought forward figures into the carried forward figures on the new sheet.

What I want to be able to do is lock out the worksheet that they have just completed so that they can't edit it. That's why I need to be able to password protect it - users can easily unprotect it without one.

Excel from XP office being used.

Any ideas?

Thanks
Andy
 

A:Excel: Password Protecting worksheets via VBA

Using the Protection Object to Protect Your Worksheets

This MSDN article talks about a new object that can be used in Excel 2002.

Hope it helps!
 

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Hello,
I have a master workbook with 20 worksheets. 5 worksheets in the worksbook are distributed to field reps, but the remaining 15 worksheets are not. What is the best practice for receiving the 5-worksheet workbook from the field rep and importing the data into the 20-worksheet master workbook? If I merely use Copy Sheet I am able to copy the worksheets into the master workbook but then I have to remove the pathname references in each of the copied worksheets in order to map the data in the master workbook - which is quite cumbersome. Suggestions?
 

A:Populating data from one Excel workbook to a master workbook

Hi jpirhalla, welcome to the forum.

Have you tried moving the sheets over. Dragging the sheet from the field reps back into the now-15-sheet book?
 

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I have two workbooks that I am using and I am trying to add one cell's data to another cell in another Excel workbook. It used to be as simple as beginning to "add" another cell's data(from another workbook you just migrate to the other workbook) into a different workbook. It isn't working like it used to in Excel 2003. Cant' speak of it for Excel 2007 as I never had it.

Any thoughts on why it won't work? Any way to make it work?

A:Excel 2010 - Workbook to Workbook Reference?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Lewiedude


I have two workbooks that I am using and I am trying to add one cell's data to another cell in another Excel workbook. It used to be as simple as beginning to "add" another cell's data(from another workbook you just migrate to the other workbook) into a different workbook. It isn't working like it used to in Excel 2003. Cant' speak of it for Excel 2007 as I never had it.

Any thoughts on why it won't work? Any way to make it work?


Merging Data from Multiple Workbooks into a Summary Workbook in Excel

Looks like it's possible.

Also I would look at the DATA Tab under DATA TOOLS - CONSOLIDATE.

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Does anyone know if it is possible to have a VBA code run after a workbook's name has been changed?
 

A:Solved: Excel VBA run after workbook name change

I was able to get what I wanted done by using the BeforeClose event.
 

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Hello, advicer
I do not understand why sometime I cannot copy a range from a workbook to another workbook in EXCEL (but I can if i paste the range in the same workbook). My PC is in the network of the company using WinNT 4.1. Please help me
Many thanks
Qan
 

A:Excel: Cannot Copy from Workbook to Workbook

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I have a user that is having a similar problem to the one described in this thread: http://forums.techguy.org/business-applications/593620-solved-excel-password-protected-files.html

The difference is that she is having this problem in Excel 2010. I tried navigating to File > Options > General and then removing her name from the 'Username' field, but after saving the workbook, closing Excel and then trying to open the workbook again, she is prompted by Office to enter her name and initials. Even if we delete her information from here and click 'ok' the password prompt comes up (as it should) but still shows '<file name>' is reserved by <user>...

The workbook was originally created as an Excel 97-2003 workbook and apparently has macros; I tried saving it as a .xlsx but had to save it as a macro-enabled .xlsm file. I then tried the same steps to remove her username, but this did not resolve the issue.
 

A:Excel 2010 password protected workbook "reserved by <username>"

Just a bump since there has been no response
 

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I have a row of dates against a surname and first name in one workbook that I need to organise. For example:

Graham Mitchell 1/12/07 31/2/08 6/6/08
Sam Knowles 1/11/07 6/1/08 4/4/08

I then need to organise them in a different workbook as follows:

November December January February
Graham Mitchell 1/12/07 31/2/08
Sam Knowles 1/11/07 6/1/08

What formula would I use to look at a line of dates in a workbook and put information into the cell if the month & year are the same but leave it blank if it different??

Hope that I explained this okay. I am using Excel 2007 by the way.

Lisa92
 

A:Solved: Transferring dates from one workbook to another in Excel

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Workbook Size
Using Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
C: Drive...873 GB free of 931 GB
Ram: 8 GB (7.9 GB Usable)
MS Excel 2007:
I have one workbook that has become very slow to Open and then to Save and then to Close.
When right clicking on the desktop icon for this workbook, I see it has 16.7 MB of data.
Takes as long as 15 seconds to open usually.
I have used the "Formula....Check Errors" and corrected any errors in the WB.
Is this too much for the system to use have?
Any suggestions?
 

A:Solved: Slow Excel 2007 Workbook

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I got the below code from http://www.rondebruin.nl/copy6.htm site.

Is there anyway of modifying this code so it saves each work with a specified password?

This process is carried out every month and there are 2 lots of 242 (1 set of new account and 1 set of renewal account for loans) new workbooks created so takes an age to open them all and resave with a password.

Thanks in advance for any help.
Sub Copy_Every_Sheet_To_New_Workbook()
'Working in 97-2007
Dim FileExtStr As String
Dim FileFormatNum As Long
Dim Sourcewb As Workbook
Dim Destwb As Workbook
Dim sh As Worksheet
Dim DateString As String
Dim FolderName As String

With Application
.ScreenUpdating = False
.EnableEvents = False
.Calculation = xlCalculationManual
End With

'Copy every sheet from the workbook with this macro
Set Sourcewb = ThisWorkbook

'Create new folder to save the new files in
DateString = Format(Now, "yyyy-mm-dd hh-mm-ss")
FolderName = Sourcewb.Path & "\" & Sourcewb.Name & " " & DateString
MkDir FolderName

'Copy every visible sheet to a new workbook
For Each sh In Sourcewb.Worksheets

'If the sheet is visible then copy it to a new workbook
If sh.Visible = -1 Then
sh.Copy

'Set Destwb to the new workbook
Set Destwb = ActiveWorkbook

'Determine the Excel version and file extension/format
With Destwb
If Val(Application.Version) < 12 Then
'You use Excel 97-2003
FileExtStr = ".xls": FileFormatNum = -4143... Read more

A:Solved: EXCEL - Copy Every Sheet To New Workbook

'Save the new workbook and close it
With Destwb
.SaveAs FolderName _
& "\" & Destwb.Sheets(1).Name & FileExtStr, _
FileFormat:=FileFormatNum, Password:="xyz"
.Close False
End With

Spent some time and worked it out - lol

Added in the bold section into the save section of the code.
 

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I have an Excel workbook. What I would like to happen is find some way to open and close the workbook first thing in the morning. There is code that runs when the workbook is opened.

Does anyone know a good way to perform this operation?
 

A:Solved: Excel Open and Close Workbook

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I have created a userform within a workbook that contains a command button. The comman button on the user form is coded to open another workbook.

This all works fine. The problem is that the code behind the Workbook_Open event in the second workbook does not run.

Hoe can I get the code in the Workbook_Opem event to run when the second workbook is opened?
 

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Is there a macro that can be created to move the currently opened workbook to a different folder?
 

A:Solved: Excel Macro -> Move Workbook

Just issue the save as command to save the workbook to the new location with the same or new filename and then delete the old workbook

SAVE WITH NEW NAME
Code:
Sub MoveWorkbook()

vOriginal = ActiveWorkbook.FullName

ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs ("C:\NewName.xls")

Kill (vOriginal)

End Sub
SAVE TO NEW LOCATION WITH SAME NAME
Code:
Sub MoveWorkbook()

vOriginal = ActiveWorkbook.FullName
vWB = ActiveWorkbook.Name

ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs ("C:\NewFolder\" & vWB & ".xls")

Kill (vOriginal)

End Sub
Regards,
Rollin
 

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I have the follow code behind the ThisWorkbook_Open Event:
Code:

If Weekday(Date, 1) = 6 Then
'Do nothing
Else
ThisWorkbook.Close
End If

Is this the best way to perform this operation?

Also, if the day was not yet Friday, how would I keep the workbook from closing if I needed to open it for modifications?
 

A:Solved: Excel VBA Automatically Close Workbook

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Hi guys,

Can someone walk me through a way to lock out my pc from use by my kids via password protection? Each of my kids have their own pc. They tend to screw things up with adware and the like...and then use my pc. I have locked internet traffic through norton internet security, but it seems that all you have to do is reboot to re enable access.

Thanks for any help you can provide.
 

A:Solved: help with password protecting a pc

Before going further - have you looked in your bios (del on boot up) to see if there is a password option there?
 

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I wonder if somebody has come accross a solution for the following:
I have a workbook with quite a lot of macro's and functions (vba).
To simplify matters I use named ranges for easy reference etc.

One of these functions adds a number of cell controls with certain sheets, but when I open another workbook, I need these options deleted since they will not function there.

This works perfectly if I change to a worksheet that does not need this within the same workbook, but of course, when I open another workbook the function will not recognize the named range and throws an error (I avoid these by usin the on error ...)

My question is, is there an option or way to hardcode the workkbook's name togehether with the named range when defineing it, so that when that particular range is referred to the code 'understands' where to look for it?

Something like "My other workbook"!Range("NAMEDRANGE")

If you use Refer.Name it only refers to the sheet but not the workbook.

Thanks in advance.
 

A:Solved: VBA: Excel Referring to a named range in another workbook

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How can i print multiple worksheets in an Excell 2007 workbook. Thanks in advance.
 

A:Solved: Print multiple sheets in Excel workbook

Hi there!

Yes, you can print multiple worksheets. Just select the ones you want by clicking on the tabs at the bottom of each worksheet that you'd like (holding down Ctrl will let you select more than one, or Shift will select all sheets in between the first and last one that you click on). If you go to your Print dialog box, it should have the 'Active Sheets' radio button selected in the 'Print what' section. This will print every worksheet you've selected. Alternatively, you could select 'Entire workbook' to have every worksheet in the file print out.

Hope that helps!
 

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Hello,
I work with Excel 2010 and have a series of workbooks (preop_management_AAA.xlsm, preop_management_BBB.xlsm, preop_management_CCC.xlsm) that each have a worksheet named 'Medications.' From the 'Medications' sheet, I have a macro in each which opens a common workbook named bridging.xlsm. After doing calculations in bridging.xlsm, the user returns to the workbook from which they started and proceeds to the next worksheet in the original preop_management_xxx.xlsm workbook via a macro named 'NextFromMedications.' Only one of the preop_management workbooks will be open at any one time.

I need help writing code that will call the 'NextFromMedications' macro in the open preop_management_xxx.xlsm workbook from the bridging.xlsm workbook. While the name of the macro is the same in each of those workbooks ('NextFromMedications'), the file name is variable so if I write (in bridging.xlsm) something like
Application.Run "'preop_management_AAA.xlsm'!NextFromMedications"
the macro would only work for one of my three "originating" workbooks. I am looking for a way to "generically" refer to the file name in the 'NextFromMedications' macro.

I cannot put the 'NextFromMedications' macro in my PersonalMacro workbook since these workbooks will be used by multiple users on multiple computers.

As always, I thank you in advance for your time and consideration.
 

A:Solved: Running a macro in a different open Excel workbook

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Excel problem bottom of the workbook is off the screen.
Some workbooks, when I open them, the bottom of the sheet is off the screen and I cant move the top of the workbook high enough to expose the bottom.
 

A:Solved: Excel problem – bottom of the workbook is off the screen

Might try setting a higher display resolution long
enough to adjust the size of the window,then
switch it back after if everything is too small.
 

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I am having trouble changing the password for a file that shows a "reserved by...." for an Excel 2010 worksheet.
I have the current password. I just don't know how to, or where to go to change it.

thanks!
 

A:Solved: How to change password on a 'reserved by...' workbook

Hi

Check this site to see if it helps.

http://www.mrexcel.com/forum/excel-questions/313439-worksheet-reserved.html
 

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Good Morning Everyone,

This is my first post to your site, I found you via google and your previous posts have been a great help to me over the past couple of weeks - I have managed to get myself in at the deep end and although I've been managing to tread water up to now I think I've just got a cramp and could be in serious trouble and can really do with a lifebelt!! PLEASE!!!

Background - I have recently been asked to produce a few forms for my work place. I have no experience of VBA except to click on the "Record New Macro" button and put in keyboard shortcuts. I decided I wanted to make my spreadsheets clever - but I think I might have tried to be too clever for a first attempt!

I am running Windows XP with MS Office and I'm writing my VBA in Excel.

The sheets I have created are templates and I have put in various "little" macros to make e-mail buttons work, save as, date entry, report number generation and other little things. My problem is that I only want most of my macros to run in the template but NOT in the saved copy.

For example - the template generates a report number and then carries out a Save As before the file closes. When the saved copy is opened it SHOULD NOT generate a new report number or a new file name but just give the standard "Do you want to save the changes to this file" request when the file is closed.

Can you guys help me? Can this be done? Have you already answered this question 100 times and I�... Read more

A:Solved: Protecting/Locking Excel Templates

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Does anyone know if there's away to password protect folders/files in Windows 8? I can hide the folder if I right click it and choose properties, and select Hide the folder. But what I really what to do is password protect folders. Is there a simple way? Can anyone please help.

Thanks A Bunch
 

A:Solved: Password Protecting Folder

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Is there anyway in windows xp home edition to password protect a recycling bin/ thanks
 

A:Solved: Password protecting the recycling Bin

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Can someone please help me? <in my most desperate voice>

I have been trying 'oh so hard' to password protect my website, by practicing on a test folder. At first, I was able to actually get the log in pop-up, but it wouldn't accept my password, so I assumed I had the file pointing to the wrong directory. So, I fooled around a bit, and now all I get is an error 500 Internal Server Error. I have been following a tutorial I found here: http://www.he.net/~jdoe/info/htaccess/demo.html , as it is exactly what I want to do. I then started to follow my hosting companies directions ~ neither work!

Any suggestions? At first, I had the htaccess file in the the folder named test, and the htpasswd file in a seperate directory named testpasswd. That's when it originally worked, but wouldn't accept the password.

If you need more info from me, I'd be glad to give it, just let me know.

Thank you,
Erin
 

A:(Solved) Password protecting help needed

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Hi again

I don't know if this is possible or not but I'll lay it out there anyway. I have about 2000 Excel files in drive C:/Documents and Settings etc/. I have a workbook called WW Numbers.xls. I need to copy the file names only from C:\ drive into a workbook called WW Numbers.xls starting in Cell A2. For example, I have in drive C:\ the following files:

WW1.xls
WW2.xls
WW3.xls
.
.
.
WW2000.xls

In a workbook called WW Numbers I want only the file names WW1.xls, WW2.xls .....WW2000xls staring on Cell A2.

I don't want to type in all the 2000 file names so I'm wondering if there is a macro that can do that for me
 

A:Solved: Copy Excel file names from drive C to a workbook

You don't need a macro, you can use something like "FileList" http://www.jam-software.com/filelist/
You can generate a CSV with the file names in which can be opened in Excel, you might only need to insert a column to extract the file name from the full name and path
 

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I'm retrieving some data from some CSV files using a macro.

Everything works fine, but it appears that just opening a file causes the entire workbook which the macro is being run from to get re-calculated, even though I'm not even changing any values (yet)!?!?

I assume it's every table value in every worksheet which uses a formula whenever I open a file (and this is in a new window)!!! As I'm opening 7 files, repeatedly calculating values unnecessarily (7 times!!!) even though doesn't appear to take much time, it's still time better spent doing something else.

The code I'm using to open the file:

Workbooks.OpenText Filename:=bk, Origin:=437, StartRow:=1 _
, DataType:=xlDelimited, TextQualifier:=xlDoubleQuote, _
ConsecutiveDelimiter:=False, Tab:=True, Semicolon:=False, Comma:=True, _
Space:=False, Other:=False, FieldInfo:=Array(Array(1, 1), Array(2, 1), Array( _
3, 2), Array(4, 1), Array(5, 1), Array(6, 1), Array(7, 1), Array(8, 1), Array(9, 1)), _
TrailingMinusNumbers:=True
bk is the file reference getting passed in. Bear in mind that everything does work and I'm using Excel 2007 under XP.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
 

A:Solved: Opening CSV through Excel macro causes the entire workbook to get re-calculat

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Hi Everyone

Hope someome can help me.

I currently use the following code to open a word document from within a spread sheet using a command button. The word document is in a seperate folder. I use Excel 2003.
Code:
Private Sub cmdautomateword_Click()

Set wordapp = CreateObject("word.Application")

wordapp.documents.Open "C:\Users\Home\Course Acceptance\Letter.doc"

wordapp.Visible = True

End Sub
I know very little about VBA but I now need to be able to open an existing Workbook within the same folder.

Can anyone help with the code to be able to open the existing Workbook ?

Thanks in advance

Ortz
 

A:Solved: Opening an existing workbook in Excel with a Command Button.

For simple tasks like this all you need to do is use the macro recorder and then view the code that was automatically created.
Code:
Workbooks.Open ("C:\Users\Home\Course Acceptance\Test.xls")

Rollin
 

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I have an Excel 2010 workbook (named bridging.xlsm) which can be opened from one of several other open workbooks. I am trying to write code that will re-activate the workbook (which will always have "preop_management" as part of its file name) which opened bridging.xlsm after I am finished working in bridging.xlsm.

I have found code which lists all open workbooks and copies their file paths into a worksheet in the bridging.xlsm workbook. From there, I added code which looks for the path which contains "preop_management" as part of its file name and pastes that entire path name into a cell named 'ReActivate.'

Sub ListWorkbooks()
Dim wb As Workbook
Dim j As Single

For j = 1 To Workbooks.Count
Sheets("Logs").Range("C1").Cells(j, 1) = Workbooks(j).FullName
Next j

Cells.Find(What:="preop_management", After:=ActiveCell, LookIn:= _
xlFormulas, LookAt:=xlPart, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:= _
xlNext, MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False).Copy
Range("ReActivate").Select
ActiveSheet.Paste

End Sub

I am unsure of the syntax which will open the path/file which was pasted into an Excel cell. My question is, how can I use VBA to activate/re-activate the workbook named in the cell 'ReActivate?'

As always, the expertise and time of this forum's members is much appreciated.
 

A:Solved: Re-activate an Open Workbook from a List in Excel Worksheet

Hi

If the workbook is still open you cannot use the full path - just the file name and extension e.g.
Code:
Windows("File Name.xlsm").Activate
or

Code:
Workbooks("File Name.xlsm").Activate
You can change your macro to record the file name without the path with
Code:
Sheets("Logs").Cells(j, 1) = Workbooks(j).[COLOR=red][B]Name[/B][/COLOR]
Or, add it to the next column with
Code:
Sheets("Logs").Cells(j, [COLOR=red][B]2[/B][/COLOR]) = Workbooks(j).Name
but if you are always going back to the original file that opened all other files you can simply do
Code:
Workbooks(1).Activate

 

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Is there a way to save a workbook if a cell within a range is changed?
 

A:Solved: Excel Macro -> Save Workbook On Cell Change

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Hey guys,
I'm after setting up a password for our home wireless network, but have no idea where to start. We have a Belkin 802.11g Wireless Router, with the model number being 'F507230-4.' We don't have the manual for the router any longer, or i'd consult that. Another thing I was wondering, if I did set up a password for the router would I have to type it in on my computer everytime it starts up to connect to the wireless? Or would it remember the password and do it automatically.

Help would be much appreciated, as I believe my neighbours are leeching off my internet conenction. >_>

Cheers,
- Lee
 

A:Solved: Password protecting Belkin network...

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I am on Vista and Ecel 2007

Everytime I open an existing work in excel it opens that workbook and a new "BOOK 1" This started after I installed aspa utilities. Can someone tell me where to go to stop the extra Book from opening each time?
 

A:Solved: Excel 2007 extra book 1 when I open an existing workbook

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I need a code that will allow the workbook to be emailed when Column A is populated by certian numbers. The numbers in column A corespond to particular email addreses. This is the code I've been working but it isn't functional.

Sub Email_Out()
If Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A5:A200") = "190030001" Then
ActiveWorkbook.SendMail Recipients:=("[email protected]")
ElseIf Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A5:A200") = "190450025" Then
ActiveWorkbook.SendMail Recipients:=("[email protected]")
End If
End Sub

All help is greatly appreciated!
Mikey
 

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I have a workbook with data for all employees in it. Once a month I need to pull out a copy (certain columns) of the employee data that meet a certain criteria and paste it into another workbook for manipulation.

pull out all rows that have 513, 535, 540, or 560 in the "dept" column and paste it into another workbook. I am attaching a sample of each workbook.

1-testing macro contains all emaployee data
2-Copy into workbook (self explainatory)

I don't write vb code, but I can definately copy, paste and do some editing. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have been searching online post all day, but have been unable to find anything I think is similar, at least that I could understand.
 

A:Solved: copying select data meeting criteria from one excel workbook to another

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Good day everyone,
I'm looking for an alternative solution for the following code:

Code:

Option Explicit
Public BooleanForClosing As Boolean
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeClose(Cancel As Boolean)
If BooleanForClosing = False Then
MsgBox "Please using exit button"
Cancel = True
End If
End Sub

I use an Addin to control a series of files. The simple reason is that I do not want to add any vba code to these files and therefore do not want to add the above code in the Thisworkbook,

I have a working code to disable the 'X' to close Excel but am stuck with the individual workbooks, I want the user to always choose the 'Clos Active Workbook' button on my ribbon.

Any suggestions? Ideas?

Thanks.
 

A:Solved: Excel 2007 and newer: Avoid 'X"to close workbook

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revised....

You can't password protect shares in any version on NT. There is third party software for that but it is not built into the operating system.

I just received this info from another distinguished member.
 

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For some reason or other I just cant shake this topic and It is really important to me. Im hoping a few knowledgable folks can help me out here. Im also trying to figure out if im missing the boat on this topic also.

I think file and printer sharing for home networks is a fine option that modern networking has brought to the table. Perhaps It would be nice if windows xp home allowed for password protecting file shares. Doesn't it seem odd that one cannot do this in XP home? I just wish I could find an official explanation as to why this wasnt included in the xp home OS? Isn't password protecting file shares essential to overall security and peace of mind? Why offer the feature at all (sharing) if it cant be protected by more than a nat router and/or software firewall for the typical user? Im growing weary of folks telling me to just disable the feature. (not you of course lol). While I take the view that responsible computing should allow for features and options that are user friendly and also allow for hightened security.

Windows 98 has the option directly and is easily found.

Why would development take a step backward then?, especially considering all the flack people get for even activating file and print sharing on their local home networks from security gurus today?

Thanks for any input!!!
 

A:Solved: password protecting file shares in windows xp home. Consulting the experts.

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Hello,

I've been working on a certain workbook and everytime a try to save it an error occurs:

Microsoft Excel for Windows has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

AppName: excel.exe AppVer: 9.0.0.2719 ModName: excel.exe
ModVer: 9.0.0.2719 Offset: 002aa2b3

HELP !!!

Thanks

Mark R

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Hi, try running a repair from control panel>click on MS office and run change or repair if I remmber correctly.

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I have a workbook located on \\server\servershare\type2015
file name: TYPE.xlsx

how do i write the path of the table name in my query.

Any suggestions?
Thanks.
 

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Client has SharePoint 2010 project server.
When the user clicks on a Excel file, the file open in the browser and when the user click on "open in Excel" we receive the below message 
"To open this workbook, your computer must have a version of Microsoft Excel installed and your Web browser must support opening files directly from Excel in the browser."
Below is the browser version 


However when the same is tried/accessed through a browser deployed on a dev machine, it works normally. Below is the version of the IE on the DEV server

What is causing this to happen?
Is there any tool to check the difference between the IE settings on my Desktop and the dev box.

Satyam....

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I created an Excel workbook to monitor my investments. One of the work sheets contains a long column of currency values from an annuity investment with each row showing daily values.

Presently, I manually copy the daily value of that investment and paste it into worksheet # 2 that contains all of my investments. Worksheet # 2 daily refreshes, updates and totals all investments.

My question is this: is there a formula that would automatically copy and paste the daily annuity values from worksheet # 1 into worksheet # 2 without having to manually copy and paste? If so, could you please guide me through the steps to accomplish this?

Many thanks for your prompt attention and cooperation.
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A:Excel investment workbook

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My O/S is Windows Vista and I am running M/S Office 2000 Professional. In the past when using Windows XP I have been able to change which workbook opens when I open Excel. Now with Vista, I have designated 2 different workbooks to open when Excel begins however I cannot delete them form the Excel XLS folder. When I delete them, the screen shows that they are gone however when I strat Excel afterwards, they are back! How can I dlete them and install a new workbook. The standard process shown in the Excel help files is not working. Thank You.
 

A:Excel Startup Workbook

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Howdy, kinda new here. Anyway, I've got a doozy I can't seem to figure out. We just installed dual-monitors and now Excel is coming up saying "Not enough resources to display completely." It does this even when Excel is just started, with the blank, new workbook. There doesn't seem to be any screen real-estate issues since there's now double the screenspace. Any thoughts or ideas to try would be greatly appreciated.

-Ted
 

A:Not enough resources for Excel, even with a new workbook.

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