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You will normally use a range for this as we have seen in the examples so far. Thanks for the answer. –shadowjfaith Feb 23 '13 at 23:08 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up So I checked three ways of doing this, after opening another file, from which I obtain this additional numbers: 1) using .FormulaR1C1 property to insert worksheet VLookup / or Index with Excel Video Tutorials / Excel Dashboards Reports Reply With Quote March 27th, 2015 #9 StephenR View Profile View Forum Posts Super Moderator Join Date 21st February 2006 Location London, UK Posts
I've never seen that not work with a problem like this. Hi, Can't help you with the code, but just in case, if the data you are working with is comprised of functions it might help to copy paste it as Values. The CopyRecords macro is simulating VLOOKUP-style functionality. Do you > want to look at the entire code..
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This is it. Just formatting the cells as text after the numbers are already > stored would not change them to text. Sara Thursday, November 24, 2011 1:12 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I think you should be able to share your declaration of the variable and the actual http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14624759/application-match-returns-error-2015 The time now is 04:14 AM.
I've never seen that not work with a problem like this. 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 You can adopt a little-known punctuation trick in VBA that converts things into cell references: the square brackets. Comment by Pietz -- June 24, 2016 @ 2:07 am | Reply RSS feed for comments on this post.
Adding the apostrophe did the trick. "Tom Ogilvy" wrote: > I would think storing all the account numbers as text in the lookup table > would work. https://dutchgemini.wordpress.com/2009/08/07/error-2015-using-application-evaluate-in-excel-vba/ I'm guessing that it's the variable declaration that's the trouble. The type of value you search for will normally be a string as this example shows Sub StringVLookup() Dim sFruit As String sFruit = "Plum" Dim sRes As Variant sRes = Comment by Gadi Bizinyan -- March 26, 2014 @ 1:56 am | Reply One (probably really common) mistake I came across that gave me "error 2015" and "type mismatch": If the
Sub UseDictionary() ' Get the range of values Dim rg As Range Set rg = shData.Range("M1:N20000") ' Create the dictionary Dim dict As Object Set dict = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary") ' Fill the navigate here Password Site Map Home Register Authors List Today's Posts Search Web Partners Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... xlErrNull2000#NULL! gdluck.
Why were weapons like Mandrakes and Acromantula, which kill indiscriminately, used in the Battle of Hogwarts? I still don't think you tried changing your variable to a Variant. Read about our Excel VBA training solutions Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter http://sortoutlookemail.com/vba-error/vba-error-20-resume-without-error.html Jan 31 '13 at 18:02 add a comment| active oldest votes Know someone who can answer?
I'm > looking for a solution that will save me a bunch of extra lines of code. These should be Ranges. range_lookup(optional) - Use True(default) to find closest match.
Reason: Add code tags Excel Video Tutorials / Excel Dashboards Reports Reply With Quote March 27th, 2015 #2 Luke M View Profile View Forum Posts OzMVP (Excel Ninja) Join Date 13th Apparently this particular error occurs when the parsed function returns a string value having a length above 255 characters. Excel Distress Excel Worksheet Functions 3 April 15th 05 02:23 PM All times are GMT +1. Click on the link...
It still does not work. 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 I cannot figure out why? this contact form I have already started to doing this but somehow there is something wrong with my code.
result = [VLOOKUP(Input!A2, Data!A1:X200, 5, FALSE)] And then throw an unexpected value at it? We used 2 in this example. I thought if the cell > > values were stored in text format and the acct variable was a string > > variable, the vlookup would work for alpha and numeric The time now is 04:14 AM.
col_index_num - This contains the column number of the return value.