Home » ExcelBanter forum » Excel Newsgroups » Excel Programming VBA vlookup error depending on text string & quotation marks Author Name Remember Me? It may help you to find the issue.. > ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ > Cheers!!! Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. If you do, you'll find that the problem overall is with these lines: VB: Table1 = Sheet1.Range("A2:A292") Table2 = Sheet1.Range("U2:X374") Since variable is undefined, VB treats it as values, and is http://mwdsoftware.com/vba-error/vba-error-91-vlookup.php
The CopyRecords macro is simulating VLOOKUP-style functionality. Reply achietje says: July 15, 2016 at 9:36 am Hi Paul, first of all i like your explenations its great. If the column number is greater than the number of columns in the range you will get an error. We can also visit your offices to deliver training, or consult on your projects.
What do you do with all the bodies? I had a question. So what about using Excel VBA VLOOKUPs?
If you are not familiar with VLookup in Excel then this page provides a great introduction. One > workaround would be to add IF(ISERROR(() to the Evaluate(), but then I will > have to add that in every instance and it could really start to slow down You would need to edit each one and > store it as text or precede it with a single quote > > for each cell in selection > if isnumber(cell.value) then http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14624759/application-match-returns-error-2015 more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
you did not define it Yes, I did. I'll also cover the pitfalls and how to avoid them. How about educating your audience in that area. You are supplying a string tmpRange = "[TicketReport.xls]tmp!$I$6:$J$38" so change the declaration from > Dim tmpRange As String to Dim tmpRange as Range then do set tmpRange = "Workbooks("TicketReport.xls") _ .Worksheets("Tmp").Range("I6:J38")
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How to write an effective but very gentle reminder email to supervisor to check the Manuscript? We can then check the error number Err.Number to see if the value is valid. The time now is 04:14 AM. This line of code was my aid: If (VBA.VarType(vValue) = vbError) Then I wanted to identify with VBA the first cell in a column that returns "" constant (double quotes) by
VBA vlookup error depending on text string & quotation marks « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Display Modes #1 July 19th 06, 02:32 PM I still don't think you tried changing your variable to a Variant. Evaluate("=VLOOKUP(""" & acct & """,'" & > ThisWorkbook.Name & "'!mapping,2,FALSE)")), I no longer get an error with the > alphanumeric account numbers, but all the numeric only values (345999) now > A VLOOKUP function can use the invoice number as a reference point to extract one or more other related columns of data.
How does ransomware get the permissions to encrypt your disk? Ravi. I still don't think you tried changing your variable to a Variant.
If it is not used then it takes True as the default value. Application.VLookup(Trim(Sheets("Actual-Base").Cells(iloop, 1)), Sheets("Employee-Master").Range("A:G"), 2, False) The above line gives me "Type mismatch" error when i execute the macro. Browse other questions tagged vba excel-vba or ask your own question. So there it is, from soup to nuts, ways to implement VLOOKUP functions in Excel VBA.
If I add quotation > > marks to the function, e.g. I'm guessing that it's the variable declaration that's the trouble. Please note that we may have the same item # in different row that will show different OnHand Qty and locations. If you don't like Google AdSense in the posts, register or log in above.
Disabling on-the-fly projecting in Arcmap? Sara Thursday, November 24, 2011 12:08 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote I'm guessing that it's not the portion of the line that you shared that caused
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