Excel VBA AutoFilter
I'm able to create the .AutoFilter using VBA, but I haven't a clue how to:
(1) Find out if the .AutoFilter method produced any results or not,
(2) Navigate to the top row of the range, and
(3) Advance from row to row.
I need to use the values in each cell to initialize a numeric variable for use in an accounting application. I'm using Excel 2K3 with Windows XP.
I have an autofilter in a worksheet and I would like to use a button to clear the filter (ie select all records), but not delete or remove the actual autofilter. What code in VBA can be used to clear the filters and make it so all records are showing?
Via a cell formula (vs. using VBA), how can I populate a cell with the first value found after an AutoFilter has been applied?
For example, A1 contains the column header. A2:A11 contain the cells to which the AutoFilter will be applied. Let's say I apply the AutoFilter and get data in A3, A8 and A9. So, I would like G1 to be populated with the first value found after the AutoFilter had been applied, in this case the value from A3.
Whenever we apply autofilter to a column, we get one check box for BLANK cell.
Is there any way to remove this option from drop down list of autofilter? Particularly via VBA?
Hope someone will be having a solution to this.
Long time reader, first time poster. I have a rather simple question regarding setting an autofilter to a range of cells and ONLY that range. The below code can accomplish a range of cells, BUT! I want to keep the data below that range out of the autofilter.
Regular Range AutoFilter
.AutoFilterMode = False
What I need is for the code above to filter that range ONLY and ignore the rows below the range. In the example below I want the totals row to be excluded from the autofilter.
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