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When you click on the tab of a sheet it is both Activated AND Selected. So the following two lines of code do the same thing. Sheets(1).Select code Sheets(1).Activate code However there is a difference between the methods Activate Only one sheet can be activated at a timen Select Multiple sheets can be selected. If you pass as an argument with Select it will add the current sheet to the previous selected sheet. The following code selects sheets 1 and 2 Sheets(1).Select code Sheets(2).Select code
Here are some VBA can do you a favor on solving this job. Select duplicate items from drop down list in a cell 1. After creating a drop-down list right click at the sheet tab to select View Code from the con menu. 2. Then in the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window copy and paste below code to the blank script. VBA Select multiple items from drop down list in a cell Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) 'UpdatebyExtendoffice21851 code Dim code xRgVal As code Range code Dim code xStrNew As code String code On code Error code Resume code Next code Set code xRgVal = (xlCellTypeAllValidation) code If code ( 1) Or code (xRgVal Is code Nothing) Then code Exit code Sub code If code Intersect(Target xRgVal) Is code Nothing code Then code Exit code Sub code = False code xStrNew = code code xStrNew = xStrNew & code & code = xStrNew code = True code End code Sub code 3. Save the code and close the window to go back to the drop down list. Now you can select multiple items from the drop down list. Noteuff1a 1. With the VBA it separates the items by space you can change xStrNew = xStrNew & & italic to others to change the delimiter as you need. For example xStrNew = xStrNew & & italic will separate the items withmas. 2. This VBA code works for all drop down lists in the sheet. Select multiple items from drop down list to a cell without repeat If you just want to select unique items from the drop down list to a cell you can repeat above steps and use below code. VBAuff1aSelect multiple items from drop down list to a cell without repeat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2 21
Well most of people might be aware about some basic shortcuts of excel. So i would not like to ex some basic Ctrl+C Ctrl+VCtrl+X etc kind of shortcuts.... Few of the shortcuts are being given below. CTRL+Shift+# Change Date format with day month and year. CTRL+Shift+@ Change Time format with hour and minute AM or PM. CTRL+Shift+ For the current time. CTRL+; For current date. CTRL+9 Hide selected rows. CTRL+ Hide selected columns. CTRL+K To insert Hyper. CTRL+H Opens up the Find and Replace dialog box. CTRL+R Uses the Fill Rightmand to copy the contents and format of the leftmost cell of a selected range into the cells to the right. CTRL+7 Hides or displays the standard toolbar. ALT+F1 This creates a chart out of the data in the current range (selected cells). This is the most well-known feature of Excel and now you know a new way to use it! ALT+SHIFT+F1 Inserts a new worksheet into a workbook. F6 or Alt Switches between the worksheet Ribbon task pane and Zoom controls. I think this is probably the most useful shortcut of all of us. This cool shortcut is also the most beloved to all the anti-mouse users out there. CTRL+F6 Switches to the next workbook window when multiple workbook windows are open. CTRL+SHIFT+$ Applies the currency format to the selected cells. CTRL+D Fill downmand on the selected cells. Fill down copies the content and format of the topmost cell into the cells below. CTRL+R Fill rightmand on the selected cells. Fill right copies the content and format of the leftmost cell to the cells to the right. CTRL+SHIFT+1 Number formatting with two decimal places. CTRL+SHIFT+2 Format as time CTRL+SHIFT+3 Format as date. CTRL+SHIFT+4 Format as currency value ($) CTRL+SHIFT+5 Format as percentage. CTRL+SHIFT+6 Format number in exponential form also known as scientific form CTRL+SHIFT+7 Apply single line border to selection. CTRL+SHIFT+7 Make a selection of contiguous cells. Alt+= Auto sum Hope all above shortcuts would be helpful enough. Good luck.!!
You can select multiple sheets. You can activate a single sheet. If you have multiple sheets selected then activate lets you choose which one is currently shown as active like clicking a tab of one of many selected sheets.
You dont need VBA. Use Excel functionality Import an entire folder contents into one worksheet table. Make sure the folder containing your files have only the files for importing. If you have folders and other files in there you will need to do extra steps which brings you into the realm of PowerQuery which I haven included here. Go to Data menu in Excel and select From File 2 From Folder. Select the folder that contains the files you want to import. Click OK. Your files will be listed. click Edit. Click Combine button and its drop down option Combine and Edit. Assuming your files are in the same format (i.e. same columns in same places) then you can let the value in Example File box be First file. Select your table or Sheet as appropriate to your workbook. Click OK. The PowerQuery window wil open. You only need to click Close and Load here. It is at this point (in the PowerQuery window) that you can manipulate the data here if you have folders and other files that got scooped up by the Excel importation process. But that is for another Quora Question! The contents of the four (in this example) files have been imported into one table in one workbook sheet. That it!
F7 is the keyboard shortcut for Spell check in Excel. You can perform Spell check for multiple sheets by grouping them. Holding the Ctrl key select the sheet tabs in which you want to perform spell check. Press F7 and you will get a message like the following. Click on Yes and Excel will start listing the misspelled words in every selected worksheet. You can also use the following VBA code to perform a Spell check for every worksheet of an Excel workbook Sub SpellCheckEverySheet() code Dim X As Worksheet code For Each X In Worksheets code code Next X code End Sub code
In addition to what Alexey has described if you are trying to search content in multiple workbooks without opening them you can create a power query and fetch results in a data set driven by that query. Just in case if you are not familiar with PowerQuery this awesome tool is available in Excel 213 or later. It is such an amazing tool that you should explore it as soon as you can. Power Query - Overview and Learning s In most recent versions it appears on your ribbon as Get & Transform with various options as to where you want to get your raw data from. If my assumption is correct that you want to lookup a value in various workbooks you will probably end up using get files from file 2 from a folder. Best of luck.