Solved

excel macro

Posted on 2013-01-17
6
140 Views
Last Modified: 2013-01-22
Hello, I am trying to create a macro that will change when the user only uses the drop down and it will populate the row with data from the vlookup. I have the following code but am stuck like braindead. Im learning and could use an experts help! Thanks!



Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal NameBox As Range)
       
      
       Dim c As Range
       Range ("c4:m4")
     'For Each c In Range("c4:m4")
     'If Not IsNumeric(c) Then
     c.ClearContents
  '   Next c
'End If
             Insert_Block
       End Sub


Option Explicit
    Const SUMMARY_COLOR = 48
    Const DETAIL_COLOR = 36

Sub Insert_Block()
   
   
   
        

   With Range("C4")
      .Formula = "=VLOOKUP( B4,'EXCEPTION % SUMMARY'!$A:$N,3,FALSE)"
      .Value = .Value
       End With
      With Range("D4")
      .Formula = "=VLOOKUP( B4,'EXCEPTION % SUMMARY'!$A:$N,4,FALSE)"
      .Value = .Value
       End With
      With Range("E4")
      .Formula = "=VLOOKUP( B4,'EXCEPTION % SUMMARY'!$A:$N,5,FALSE)"
      .Value = .Value
       End With
      With Range("F4")
      .Formula = "=VLOOKUP( B4,'EXCEPTION % SUMMARY'!$A:$N,6,FALSE)"
      .Value = .Value
       End With
      With Range("G4")
      .Formula = "=VLOOKUP( B4,'EXCEPTION % SUMMARY'!$A:$N,7,FALSE)"
      .Value = .Value
       End With
      With Range("H4")
      .Formula = "=VLOOKUP( B4,'EXCEPTION % SUMMARY'!$A:$N,8,FALSE)"
      .Value = .Value
       End With
      With Range("I4")
      .Formula = "=VLOOKUP( B4,'EXCEPTION % SUMMARY'!$A:$N,9,FALSE)"
      .Value = .Value
       End With
      With Range("J4")
      .Formula = "=VLOOKUP( B4,'EXCEPTION % SUMMARY'!$A:$N,10,FALSE)"
      .Value = .Value
       End With
      With Range("K4")
      .Formula = "=VLOOKUP( B4,'EXCEPTION % SUMMARY'!$A:$N,11,FALSE)"
      .Value = .Value
       End With
      With Range("L4")
      .Formula = "=VLOOKUP( B4,'EXCEPTION % SUMMARY'!$A:$N,12,FALSE)"
      .Value = .Value
       End With
      With Range("M4")
      .Formula = "=VLOOKUP( B4,'EXCEPTION % SUMMARY'!$A:$N,13,FALSE)"
      .Value = .Value
    
    End With
   
     
    
End Sub

Open in new window

0
Comment
Question by:jquestion
  • 3
6 Comments
 
LVL 7

Expert Comment

by:karunamoorthy
ID: 38787808
could you pl attach yr excel sheet with macro for fast reply!
0
 

Author Comment

by:jquestion
ID: 38788446
0
 

Author Comment

by:jquestion
ID: 38788571
This is the file Im trying to get to work. any help would be greatly appreciated
TestMacro.xlsm
0
 
LVL 24

Accepted Solution

by:
Steve earned 500 total points
ID: 38803103
OK, attached is a "corrected" version of the code you are trying to accomplish.

There are plenty of alternatives to get the job done.

But this is close to what you were trying to do.
TestMacro.xlsm
0
 

Author Closing Comment

by:jquestion
ID: 38805443
Awesome, Thanks!
0

Featured Post

Active Directory Webinar

We all know we need to protect and secure our privileges, but where to start? Join Experts Exchange and ManageEngine on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 10:00 AM PDT to learn how to track and secure privileged users in Active Directory.

Question has a verified solution.

If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question

INDEX and MATCH can be used to great effect to replace HLOOKUP and VLOOKUP as it does not have the limitation of needing the data to be sorted so that the reference value is in the first column or row. It also has the ability to perform a bi-directi…
Improved? Move/Copy Add-in Replacement - How to avoid the annoying, “A formula or sheet you want to move or copy contains the name XXX, which already exists on the destination worksheet.” David Miller (dlmille)  It was one of those days… I wa…
This Micro Tutorial will demonstrate in Google Sheets how to use the HYPERLINK function to create live links inside your spreadsheet.
This Micro Tutorial demonstrates in Microsoft Excel how to consolidate your marketing data by creating an interactive charts using form controls. This creates cool drop-downs for viewers of your chart to choose from.

821 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days.

Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions.

Join & Ask a Question