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Add column for primary key.

Posted on 2011-03-14
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I need to add a primary key column labeled PK right before the empty Pos# column.  The PK# column should create static numbers, centered horizontally, for each row starting with 1 at the top and ascending toward the bottom.  Since the initial order of items is crucial, this primary key will serve as a basis for sorting the sheet moving forward.  
Option Explicit

Public Sub CopyTradeHistory()
  Dim wks As Worksheet
  Dim rngSrc As Range
  Dim strSheetname As String
  Dim lastrow As Long
  Dim Cell As Variant
  
  On Error Resume Next
  Application.DisplayAlerts = False
  Application.ScreenUpdating = False
  
  Set wks = ActiveSheet
  strSheetname = wks.Name
  Set rngSrc = wks.Cells.Find("Account Trade History")
  Set rngSrc = wks.Range(rngSrc, rngSrc.End(xlDown).End(xlDown).Offset(0, 11))
  ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets(strSheetname & "_output").Delete
  Set wks = ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets.Add
  wks.Name = strSheetname & "_output"

  rngSrc.Copy wks.Range("A1")
  wks.Columns(3).Insert
  wks.Columns(5).Insert
  wks.Cells(2, 3).Value = "Spread#"
  wks.Cells(2, 4).Value = "Spread"
  wks.Cells(2, 5).Value = "Leg#"
  wks.Rows("1:2").Font.Bold = True
  lastrow = wks.Range("a" & 64000).End(xlUp).Row
  wks.Range("E3:E" & lastrow).Formula = "=IF(OR(H3<>H2,E2=""leg2""),""Leg1"",""Leg2"")"
  wks.Range("E3:E" & lastrow).Value = wks.Range("E3:E" & lastrow).Value
  wks.Range("C3:C" & lastrow).Formula = "=counta(B3:B$3)"
  wks.Range("C3:C" & lastrow).NumberFormat = "General"
  wks.Range("C3:C" & lastrow).Value = wks.Range("C3:C" & lastrow).Value
  For Each Cell In wks.Range("I3:I" & lastrow)
    With Cell
        
            .Value = DateSerial(2000 + Day(.Value), Month(.Value), 1)
            .NumberFormat = "mmm yyyy"
       
    End With
  Next Cell
  wks.Columns(3).Insert
  wks.Cells(2, 3).Value = "Pos#"
  With wks.Range("P3:P" & lastrow)
    .Formula = "=text(J3,""mmm yyyy"") & "" "" & K3 & "" "" & L3"
    .Value = .Value
    .Copy
    wks.Range("J3:J" & lastrow).PasteSpecial
    wks.Range("J2").Value = "Instrument"
    Application.CutCopyMode = False
    .ClearContents
    '.Formula = "=I3 & E3"
    '.Value = .Value
  End With
  
  
  wks.Range("K:L").Delete shift:=xlToLeft
  wks.Range("B1").Value = wks.Range("A1").Value
  wks.Range("A:A").Delete shift:=xlToLeft
  wks.Columns("A:M").EntireColumn.AutoFit
  wks.Columns("B:C").HorizontalAlignment = xlCenter
  wks.Columns("G:G").HorizontalAlignment = xlCenter
  wks.Columns("D:D").HorizontalAlignment = xlJustify
  wks.Rows("3:3").Select
  ActiveWindow.FreezePanes = True
  Application.CutCopyMode = False
  Application.ScreenUpdating = True
  Application.DisplayAlerts = True
End Sub

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by:Rory Archibald
ID: 35130307
Try this:
Public Sub CopyTradeHistory()
  Dim wks As Worksheet
  Dim rngSrc As Range
  Dim strSheetname As String
  Dim lastrow As Long
  Dim Cell As Variant
  
  On Error Resume Next
  Application.DisplayAlerts = False
  Application.ScreenUpdating = False
  
  Set wks = ActiveSheet
  strSheetname = wks.Name
  Set rngSrc = wks.Cells.Find("Account Trade History")
  Set rngSrc = wks.Range(rngSrc, rngSrc.End(xlDown).End(xlDown).Offset(0, 11))
  ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets(strSheetname & "_output").Delete
  Set wks = ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets.Add
  wks.Name = strSheetname & "_output"

  rngSrc.Copy wks.Range("A1")
  wks.Columns(3).Insert
  wks.Columns(5).Insert
  wks.Cells(2, 3).Value = "Spread#"
  wks.Cells(2, 4).Value = "Spread"
  wks.Cells(2, 5).Value = "Leg#"
  wks.Rows("1:2").Font.Bold = True
  lastrow = wks.Range("a" & 64000).End(xlUp).Row
  wks.Range("E3:E" & lastrow).Formula = "=IF(OR(H3<>H2,E2=""leg2""),""Leg1"",""Leg2"")"
  wks.Range("E3:E" & lastrow).Value = wks.Range("E3:E" & lastrow).Value
  wks.Range("C3:C" & lastrow).Formula = "=counta(B3:B$3)"
  wks.Range("C3:C" & lastrow).NumberFormat = "General"
  wks.Range("C3:C" & lastrow).Value = wks.Range("C3:C" & lastrow).Value
  For Each Cell In wks.Range("I3:I" & lastrow)
    With Cell
        
            .Value = DateSerial(2000 + Day(.Value), Month(.Value), 1)
            .NumberFormat = "mmm yyyy"
       
    End With
  Next Cell
  wks.Columns(3).Insert
  wks.Cells(2, 3).Value = "Pos#"
  With wks.Range("P3:P" & lastrow)
    .Formula = "=text(J3,""mmm yyyy"") & "" "" & K3 & "" "" & L3"
    .Value = .Value
    .Copy
    wks.Range("J3:J" & lastrow).PasteSpecial
    wks.Range("J2").Value = "Instrument"
    Application.CutCopyMode = False
    .ClearContents
    '.Formula = "=I3 & E3"
    '.Value = .Value
  End With
  wks.Columns(3).Insert
  wks.Cells(2, 3).Value = "PK"
  With wks.Range("C3:C" & lastrow)
   .Value = Evaluate("INDEX(ROW(" & .Address & ")-2,0)")
   .NumberFormat = "0"
   .HorizontalAlignment = xlHAlignCenter
   End With
  wks.Range("K:L").Delete shift:=xlToLeft
  wks.Range("B1").Value = wks.Range("A1").Value
  wks.Range("A:A").Delete shift:=xlToLeft
  wks.Columns("A:M").EntireColumn.AutoFit
  wks.Columns("B:C").HorizontalAlignment = xlCenter
  wks.Columns("G:G").HorizontalAlignment = xlCenter
  wks.Columns("D:D").HorizontalAlignment = xlJustify
  wks.Rows("3:3").Select
  ActiveWindow.FreezePanes = True
  Application.CutCopyMode = False
  Application.ScreenUpdating = True
  Application.DisplayAlerts = True
End Sub

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by:rtod2
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by:rtod2
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This answer caused the Instrument column to be removed.  I also need an I/S# if possible.  If the Instrument and the Symbol are the same on another row, then they should both have the same I/S number.
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Makrini earned 500 total points
ID: 35134383
TradeHist-2-4b.xlsm

This resolves the problem and adds the i/s#
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by:rtod2
ID: 35134499
Almost!

Row 134 and 145 for instance would have the same I/S#.  The horizontal and vertical spacing is no longer adjusting to contents and the I/S# should be named that at the top of the column.
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by:rtod2
ID: 35134503
It is the instrument AND the symbol that will make up the I/S#
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by:Rory Archibald
ID: 35135693
@rtod2
The "Hire Me" button on a member's profile is there if you want to pay for work to be done on contract, not to draw attention to your questions! ;)
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by:rtod2
ID: 35135752
Actually, you are a top expert.  Let's talk about that.  I am looking to make a web app out of the final.
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by:rtod2
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Actually, you are a top expert.  Let's talk about that.  I am looking to make a web app out of the final.  Note that I am only responding.  For mods,  I am not offering payment.
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by:Rory Archibald
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Web apps are not my area, I'm afraid, whether you are paying or not.
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by:Makrini
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Not only is Rorya a top expert, he is one of the most amazing Excel and VBA gurus I have ever come across.  I learn from his posts all the time
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by:Rory Archibald
ID: 35136157
Ta very much! I shall spend the rest of the day feeling bigheaded now. :)
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lol - you should.  I don't think I've been to a forum where you aren't one of the most prevalent
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