Spreadsheet Assistant is a registered trademark of Add-ins.com LLC. Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top karteekkarteek001 Posts: 57 This post has been reported. Well unfortunately, what you've suggested does not work but I know why. Click the command button and the 2nd form is shown, move the window a little so that you can see the first form. http://intelishade.net/error-message/opening-excel-97-files-in-excel-2013.html
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Add a breakpoint, and step through with F8. I've tried to avert this by instead of deleting the row, changing that cell's color so I at least have SOMETHING to go by. Thanks, PJ Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter cheers, PJ Reply With Quote Jul 16th, 2010,02:11 PM #2 xenou MrExcel MVPModerator Join Date Mar 2007 Location Clev.
Now try to select a cell in the worksheet, you can't. What you could do is some error trapping, perhaps something like Code: On Error GoTo ErrorTrap 'your code here 'add this at the end of your code, before the End Sub But the thing I used do the same. I restored to the very very long dated System Restore point.
Doesn't happen all Thread Tools Search this Thread 12-20-2009, 04:39 PM #1 Spoondigger Registered Member Join Date: Dec 2009 Posts: 2 OS: Vista I am using VBA for It's unlikely anyone will be able to help you unless you post a copy of the module, details of which line threw the error and what cells/forms/dialogue boxes were selected/active at Change the code in Userform2 to this: Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() UserForm1.Show vbModeless End Sub Run sub Main, the 1st form opens, click the command button the 2nd form opens. Vba Error Message Dialog Box The way to make a sheet active is Sheets("whatever").Activate, not Sheets("whatever").Select.
When you click the command button, you get a RTE 401, read the description carefully, it is very similar to the RTE 400. Dev Center Explore Why Office? Short message for you Hi Guest, Thanks for joining Chandoo.org forums. We are here to make you awesome in Excel.
As a work-around, and possible improvement, if you create a template sheet somewhere, you could change the code to be: Code (vb): Sub Column_Widths() Dim i As Integer Application.ScreenUpdating = False Handling Errors In Vba Perhaps it would be beneficial to post the code? bomb #21, Dec 3, 2008 #4 exerguy Thread Starter Joined: Nov 10, 2008 Messages: 21 I do have one hidden sheet. Here's my code: Sub deleteRows() Dim count As Integer count = Application.WorksheetFunction.CountA(Range("AF:AF")) Dim i As Integer i = 21 Do While i <= count If (Application.WorksheetFunction.IsNumber(Application.WorksheetFunction.Search("OSR Platform", Range("B" & i))) =
Uncheck Spreadsheet Assistant. http://www.mrexcel.com/forum/excel-questions/481544-visual-basic-error-400-a.html Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity Menu Search Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Error Message Vba 400 Please try again later.' How can I get rid of this annoying 400 error. Vba Error Message Object Required How to remove this is only my concern.
And checked whether Excel is giving the same error or not. http://intelishade.net/error-message/error-message-pop-up-in-excel.html One of the steps was to go to another sheet, copy a column of formulas and return to paste it into the original sheet. Maybe there is one you could use. Beautiful! Vba Error Message If File Does Not Exist
That means this child window is modal and you have to close it first when you want to return to the parent window. If I check that Solver Add-In and click on the data tab.. Code: Sub Clearcolors() Dim ws As Worksheet For Each ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets If ws.Visible = True Then ws.Range("A1:I" & Cells(Rows.Count, "I").End(xlUp).Row).Interior.ColorIndex = xlNone End If Next ws End Sub Regards, RollinClick weblink You may even find that changing it back, it will now work again.
You might want to paste the code here - would make it easier to visualize. Vba Clear Error But there's no Set for RngHD. In Excel 97 it was a form (display) error Not sure if that helps...
metallica5456 replied Oct 13, 2016 at 11:35 PM HP Laptop Battery Replacement.... By joining today you can post your own programming questions, respond to other developersí questions, and eliminate the ads that are displayed to guests. The cure is is to step through your code line by line until you find the offending statement. Excel Error 400 When Running Macro If you know the date, and the (approximate) time that you installed it, put that into your search criteria.
But when you click the command button on the 2nd form you get the RTE 400 again. Do you really think a developer would let some who didn't even know how to set a break point in VBE debug this macro? Register To Reply 06-14-2012,04:39 PM #13 dbiggied View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date 04-21-2012 Location Greensboro, NC MS-Off Ver Excel 2007 Posts 18 Re: What does "400" mean? http://intelishade.net/error-message/pop-up-message-when-opening-excel.html If the worksheet is hidden you can either skip it completely like I've done in the code below or you can modify it to unhide the sheet first, process it, and
I've mostly seen that when API calls are used incorrectly and therefore some memory problems caused. When I ran this step of the macro directly from the module, where it is generated at the recording, there was no problems, but adding it to the rest of the Calendar is not included in References and there is no References branch in the Project Explorer. and that is not possible.
And I do think this corresponds to VBA Noob's error listing #400. These are accomplished in one line as follows: Sheets("source").Range("source").Copy Destination:=Sheets("target").Range("target") ...or simply: Sheets("source").Range("source").Copy Sheets("target").Range("target") And just in case some other workbook might be active: ThisWorkbook.Sheets("source").Range("source").Copy ThisWorkbook.Sheets("target").Range("target") ...where ThisWorkbook is the Excel But when I open the MS Excel and clicking on the 'Data' tab immediately an error message with 'Microsoft Visual Basic' with a white 'X' symbol inside a red circle showing When a UDF or method is modal or has modal implications.
Place a breakpoint on that line a debug the code, if you don't know how to do, call the developer of that file. So whatever happens when you get the RTE 400 in your file, IMHO there are windows involved. The only way I know of to troubleshoot 400 errors is to step through the code line by line - and watch for the moment when it crashes. Any ideas now...
Hotel search engine that allows to search for rooms with a desk? I'm sure that you have opened a modal UserForm (that's not unusual and no issue) and clicked on a button. That is, Range("whatever") alone always means ActiveWorkbook.ActiveSheet.Range("whatever"). In that case the RTE 400 is only a symptom.
Frame rate drop in hitman and a... Who opens them? I sympathize on the stupid error message. If I know what is failing in the system, I can figure out a solution.
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