Excel shared worksheet updating updating house exterior
In the Edit Links dialog box, click Startup Prompt button at the bottom, see screenshot: 3.
And then in the popped out Startup Prompt dialog, you can choose Don’t display the alert and don’t update automatic links or Don’t display the alert and update links as you need. Then click OK, and close the former dialog box, and when you open this workbook next time, the Update Links message will not appear any more.
For example, suppose you have tables of data on 3 different tabs, all having the same headings. If you apply a filter to the table on Sheet 1, to only show the rows containing the word "female", is it possible to have the tables on Sheets 2 and 3 automatically update to only show the "female" rows? The sheet/workbook are not protected, nor shared, there is no VBA code in the file... I have an item price list and if a particular cell gets updated I want to automatically record the date of change of that cell.
Or would you have to manually update the filter criteria in Sheets 2 and 3? I realize that after I change cell A1 I could tab to cell B1 and enter Ctrl ; but if I have a hundred new prices to enter I don't want to do that (plus me or the data entry person might forget).
My question is: whether it is possible for us to create such macro, which will save the version of the read-only users as a temp excel files.
So that, when a dominant user close a file, it will automatically upload those temp file into the master excel workbook (I think Workbook_Before Close might do the job but don't know if it is possible).
Let's imagine that we have 1 Master Excel File, which is not a shared workbook.
I intended to use this workbook for the users to update a certain database.
In this case, when we open the workbook which contains some links each time, we will get the following screenshot warning.
It means that multiple users may come in and update at the same time, however, keep in mind that this workbook is not shared.
If the first person is in a file, the remaining users will be read-only.
Does anyone know of a function that I can apply for this? For example: Sheet 1, columns A & B are linked to Sheet 2, columns A & B.
Sheet 2 has values in A1: A5 & B1: B5 and Sheet 1, since it is linked, has the same info.
I have been trying to learn macros but have not made one yet. Here at work, I have some incompentant computer workers who claim they KNOW MS sooo well and have certificates etc... How to I create a macro button at the top of the page that is literally a SAVE button..