Hi guys,I am creating a shift rota, and in all of the blank cells I would like them to show as N.For example:E = Early Shift, L = Late shiftI want all of the fields I have not filled with these two letters to show as N. Can I use a formula for this?
You want a forumla in a cell that will show an N if its empty?Even if you could do that you'd have to paste the forumla in so why not just paste in the "N"??
Hi Jester2K II,I have fields from B2:BS16 filled in, I only want these to change to N when they are blank.The rota is often being changed around, therefore it would save me a lot of time if the formula, macro, etc.. did this for me
I see now...
Try going to FORMAT, CONDITIONAL FORMATTING(click on ? for assistance)
Wouldn't that just help me with conditional formatting? I need a formula!!
Open the VBA Editor(Alt+F11), find the worksheet you're working on and paste the following into the code window for that sheet.Option ExplicitPrivate Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)Dim c As Range Set Target = Range("B2:BS16") For Each c In TargetIf c.Value = "" Then c.Value = "N"Next End Sub
I'll never get the hang of posting here.If you don't understand the above, post back and I'll explain.
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)With ActiveCellif .Row > 16 Or .Column = 1 Or .Column > 70 Then Exit SubEnd WithIf ActiveCell.Value = "" Then ActiveCell.Value = "N"End Sub
I keep getting a syntax error with the last VB script, the first one didn't do anything.
Have you pasted the script into the Sheet part in the VBA Editor?Where does the error occur?
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