Quick reference: The first one will “refresh” only one file. The second will “refresh” all open excel files. ThisWorkbook.RefreshAllActiveWorkbook.RefreshAll With the release of integrated stock pricing in Microsoft Excel, it was unfortunate there wasn’t any sort of setting that allowed for automatic updating of the stock data while the file was open. Even worse, there […]
This example shows you how to create an array formula that counts unique values. 1. We use the COUNTIF function. For example, to count the number of 5’s, use the following function. 2. To count the unique values (don’t be overwhelmed), we add the SUM function, 1/, and replace 5 with A1:A6. 3. Finish by pressing CTRL […]
With the Power BI cross-report drillthrough feature, you can contextually jump from one report to another report in the same Power BI service workspace or app. You can use cross-report drillthrough to connect two or more reports that have related content, and to pass filter context along with the cross-report connection. To initiate cross-report drillthrough, you select […]
A lot of Excel functionalities are also available to be used in VBA – and the Autofilter method is one such functionality. If you have a dataset and you want to filter it using a criterion, you can easily do it using the Filter option in the Data ribbon. And if you want a more advanced version of […]
Here is a recent video that shows how to get data from a OneDrive file using the SharePoint Folder connector. Just build the new query, and then copy the steps of the new query and replace the Source (and maybe a few more steps) of your existing query. You may have to update your step […]
Use Application.ActiveWorkbook.Path for just the path itself (without the workbook name) or Application.ActiveWorkbook.FullName for the path with the workbook name. CurDir() is also very useful in some circumstands For example, When you open an Excel document D:\db\tmp\test1.xlsm: CurDir() returns C:\Users\[username]\Documents ActiveWorkbook.Path returns D:\db\tmp So CurDir() has a system default and can be changed. ActiveWorkbook.Path does not change for the same saved Workbook.