Remkomplekty.ru

IT Новости из мира ПК
2 просмотров
Рейтинг статьи
1 звезда2 звезды3 звезды4 звезды5 звезд
Загрузка...

Vba excel object required

Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

I am working on an Excel Userform to capture transport jobs performed each day. However, I am having a problem in the code with run-time error. I will appreciate it if someone can help me fix the error in the attached Excel document.

Files

(69.63 kB, downloaded 75 times, last: Feb 25th 2020 )

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

You don’t have a form called frmDate.

The form in your file is called frmTrans.

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

Norie, I changed it from frmTrans to frmDate thinking that was the problem. However, it did not solve the run-time error 424 in the code.

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

The object required error is because you have cEquipment instead of cEquip here.

  1. For Each cEquip In ws.Range(«EquipmentList»)
  2. With Me.cboEquipment
  3. .AddItem cEquipment.Value
  4. .List(.ListCount — 1, 1) = cEquipment.Offset(0, 1).Value
  5. End With
  6. Next cEquip

However that isn’t the only problem.

The combobox cboEquipment is already populated via it’s RowSource property.

There is no named range called ‘LocationList’.

Also, each of the comboboxes you are trying to populate from ‘LocationList’ are already populated by their RowSource property.

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

wow, I like the way you break down the problem with the code. As I am a beginner with VBA, formatting the code to get rid of the error is a challenge for me. If you can help me address these issues and attach the Excel file with these changes, I will appreciate it. Thanks much.

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

I can’t really do that.

For example, I don’t know what LocationList should be or what it should be replaced with.

I could guess, but that guess might be totally wrong and cause further problems.

Perhaps you should just delete the code since the comboboxes are being populated without it anyway.

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

What I have is a LookupLists worksheet for the combo boxes. The whole goal of the LookupLists was developed for the combo boxes in the actual userform (for example, equipment combo box, select wheelchair or cart depending on what was used in performing the job from the equipment list). I did not set-up any LocationList in the file that was attached. Thanks a lot for your time on this.

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

If you have no LocationList and the comboboxes are getting populated fine without the code, which they are — I checked, then just delete the code.

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

The combo boxes are pulling those information from the LookupLists. That is why they are already populated when you view the userform in the object mode.

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

Norie, I changed the code as suggested and I am still getting the same error code. There must be something I am not doing right. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

What changes did you make?

Can you post the workbook with the current code?

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

I changed the line: Dim lDate As Long to Dim lTrans As Long.

When I ran the code, I received run-time error 70, permission denied. I have attached the workbook as requested. Thank you very much for your time.

Files

(59.39 kB, downloaded 26 times, last: Feb 17th 2020 )

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

Is that all you changed?

That wouldn’t make any difference, and definitly wouldn’t cause that error.

Did you not try what I suggested and remove these lines of code?

  1. For Each cEquip In ws.Range(«EquipmentList»)
  2. With Me.cboEquipment
  3. .AddItem cEquip.Value
  4. .List(.ListCount — 1, 1) = cEquipment.Offset(0, 1).Value
  5. End With
  6. Next cEquip
  7. For Each cComplStat In ws.Range(«LocationList»)
  8. With Me.cboCompletionStatus
  9. .AddItem cComplStat.Value
  10. End With
  11. Next cComplStat
  12. For Each cCancRea In ws.Range(«LocationList»)
  13. With Me.cboCancellationReason
  14. .AddItem cCancRea.Value
  15. End With
  16. Next cCancRea
  17. For Each cShf In ws.Range(«LocationList»)
  18. With Me.cboShift
  19. .AddItem cShf.Value
  20. End With
  21. Next cShf

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

Wow,Norie, you are the best. The code is now working; Your suggestion to remove this part of the code actually did the magic.

For Each cEquip In ws.Range(«EquipmentList») With Me.cboEquipment .AddItem cEquip.Value .List(.ListCount — 1, 1) = cEquipment.Offset(0, 1).Value End With Next cEquip For Each cComplStat In ws.Range(«LocationList») With Me.cboCompletionStatus .AddItem cComplStat.Value End With Next cComplStat For Each cCancRea In ws.Range(«LocationList») With Me.cboCancellationReason .AddItem cCancRea.Value End With Next cCancRea For Each cShf In ws.Range(«LocationList») With Me.cboShift .AddItem cShf.Value End With Next cShf

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

Now that the userform is working, is there a code I can write to format time properly even if it was typed into the dispatch time dialogue box wrongly (such as 12:00pm instead of 12:00 p.m)? Also, is there a code to format lower case letters to upper case letters for «Dispatch By» and «To» on the userform? I also want to limit the «JOB ID» box to take 7 digits — anything less or more should flag error. Thank you very much for all your help. Truly appreciate it.

Re: Fix run-time error ‘424’: Object required in Excel VBA

Vba excel object required

1754 просмотра

6 ответа

3 Репутация автора

I’m trying to write code that looks at an array «arr», then loops through each value in that array to compare to a newly created dictionary. If the key already exists, the value (count) of the key is supposed to be incremented by 1, otherwise the key should be added with a value of 1.

However, the below line is throwing an Object Required error:

The entire sub is below:

I believe this might be something to do with the variable type used for c (or for the dic perhaps) but I can’t figure out where the problem is occuring. I also tried solving this by creating an On Error GoTo but had the same issue.

Help very much appreciated.

Ответы (6)

плюса

9131 Репутация автора

c.value doesn’t make sense here. c here is an item in the array so you can directly refer to it.

You should try it like this.

Or you can use the following approach as well to get the desired output.

-1 плюса

2671 Репутация автора

Using c.value implies you’re treating it as a range object and accessing its ‘value’ property — which your code will let you do as c is declared as variant.

However, what I think you’re doing is looping through each element in the array — in which case you shouldn’t use c.value, just c on its own.

I think it would be better to loop through the array using a for-next loop between array’s ubound and lbound.

Untested, written on mobile.

Автор: chillin Размещён: 30.12.2017 05:36

2 плюса

13774 Репутация автора

You need to declare the dictionary object.

We declare a dictionary as follows:

Lots more information about setting up and using dictionaries in VBA at this site.

Also as a rule of thumb, use Option Explicit at the top of every module (especially when troubleshooting) to make sure your variables and objects are all setup properly.

плюса

3 Репутация автора

Final code ended up:

Private Sub PODic()

Автор: LachyS Размещён: 30.12.2017 06:43

Читать еще:  Vba excel найти

1 плюс

4416 Репутация автора

You could use simplified form of assigning value to dictionary:

Автор: JohnyL Размещён: 30.12.2017 09:40

3 плюса

Репутация автора

@sktneer has the correct answer. I just wanted to demonstrate a cleaner way of writing it.

Using a With statements makes the code more readable and is more efficient.

There is no reason to have a Last Row variable.

Range(«D2», Cells(Rows.Count, «D»).End(xlUp)).Value

It is not necessary to use a temporary array variable for use in a For Each loop. The VBA will automatically create one when it initializes the loop.

For Each Key In .Range(«D2», .Cells(.Rows.Count, «D»).End(xlUp)).Value

There is no need to test if a Key exists and then add the Key with value 1 or increment the existing Key. The VBA will automatically create the Key it it doesn’t exist.

dic(Key) = dic(Key) + 1

Reuse the same Key variable when Adding Key/Value pairs or iterating over the Dictionary.

For Each Key in dic

You can use Join to print all the Keys and Items to the immediate window.

Vba excel object required

Перевести · When the “Object” data types are assigned to the variable we need to use the word “Set” key to assign the reference of the object to the variable, so in the next two lines by using the “Set” keyword I have assigned the reference of “ThisWorkbook” to the variable “Wb” because this variable hold the object

Object required (Error 424) | Microsoft Docs

Перевести · In the following code example, an implicit instance of Microsoft Excel is created, and its default property (the string «Microsoft Excel») is returned and assigned to the Variant RetVal. A subsequent attempt to use RetVal as an object reference causes this error

Видео

VBA: Error message «Object required» — Microsoft Commu…

Перевести · 07.08.2013 · which would test comment to see if it contained an empty string, which I suppose you could say is the value equivalent of an object being set to nothingness — quite zen, isn’t it? Also later on your test for comment.address isn’t going to work, once again because comment is not set to reference an object.

Ошибка «run-time error ‘424’ object required» — VBA .

11.03.2015 · уже все перепробовал для того, чтобы она исчезла, и ставил дополнително к 2010 офису 2003, тк код пишется на 2003, а стоял у …

Run-Time Error ‘424’: Object Required with VBA Macro .

Перевести · 22.04.2014 · Hello All! I am in need of help, I would classify myself as intermediate VBA user (whom just graduated from beginner). I have a macro that I have written that is providing me with the following error:

VBA Run-time error ‘424’ Object Required Error — YouTu…

Перевести · 31.01.2016 · In this Excel VBA (Macro) Tutorial we create the runtime 424 Object Required Error. The error

  • Автор: EverydayVBA
  • Просмотры: 70 тыс.

microsoft excel — object required error vba — Super User

Перевести · Dim FSO As Object Dim FromPath As String Dim ToPath As String Dim objFSO As Object Dim objFolder As Object Dim objSubFolder As Object

Требуется объект (ошибка 424) | Microsoft Docs

При последующей попытке RetVal использования в качестве ссылки на объект возникает следующая ошибка: A subsequent attempt to use RetVal as an object reference causes this error

Runtime Error 424 “Object RequiredError Fix Tutorial fo…

Перевести · Overview “VBA” (Visual Basic for Applications) is used to create event-based functionality (using the “Visual Basic” language) inside the likes of Excel

Срочно работа: Vba Excel — Март 2020 — 55900.

Реклама Поиск работы в вашем городе, стране, планете.

How to use Cells, Ranges & Other Objects in Excel VBA

Chandoo

This article is part of our VBA Crash Course. Please read the rest of the articles in this series by clicking below links.

In part 3 of our VBA Crash Course, we are going to learn how to speak with various Excel objects like Cells, Ranges etc. and deal with them.

Objects – what are they?

Any thing and everything is an object. Your dog, your bed, your neighbors cat, their car, your bike, your computer, the shiny new Excel workbook you just created, my website, your email account – every thing is an object. For that matter, Lady Gaga’s meat dress is an object too. But that is a whole different subject.

From our “We are nuts” example yesterday, you can already see these objects:

  • One awesome owner (that is you)
  • 24 store manager objects
  • 24 store objects

Some sample objects you can find in Excel workbooks

  • Cells, lots of them
  • Ranges of cells
  • Worksheets
  • Charts
  • Pivot Tables
  • The entire workbook

Objects & Excel VBA

Since your Excel workbook is nothing but a collection of objects, whenever you want to make any change (like modify a cell’s value or recolor a chart), you need to refer to the corresponding object and do the necessary thing.

But how do we talk to these objects from VBA. Well, to know that, you must understand how an Object looks to our eyes vis-a-vis computer’s eyes. Here is an illustration to help you understand the difference.

As you can guess, Objects have Properties. In the case above, color RED is a property of the cell object.

Objects – What are they made of?

In VBA world, objects are made of 2 things – properties & methods.

The color of a cell is a property.

You use copy method to copy cell’s value to Excel’s clipboard.

In other words, properties are what an object has. Methods are operations you do on the object.

Note: Certain objects also have a special class of methods called as Events. An Event is a special type of method that runs only when a circumstance is met. For example, select a cell, Excel internally runs SelectionChange Event on the current worksheet.

How do we access these properties & methods?

In plain English, if you want to know the color of a cell, you would ask “What is the color of cell A4?”

In Excel VBA language, the same becomes Range(“A4”).Interior.Color

Notice how the dot (.) is used like of in our plain English version.

Dot (.) is your best friend when dealing with objects. Since many Excel objects have dozens of properties and methods associated with them, to help us understand and use right properties, VBE (Visual Basic Editor) shows all the properties and methods whenever you press . after typing an object, like this:

Most commonly used Objects in VBA:

While there are no single set of objects that are used by everyone for every need, there are a few VBA objects that are used in many situations. In this section, we will examine these objects.

Range Object:

Range object is used to refer to a range of cells. For example Range(“A1:A10”) refers to the cells A1:A10 in the current worksheet. Range has a lot of useful methods and properties. One of the commonly used property is is Range(“A1:A10”).cells which refers to all the cells in the range.

Tips on using range object:

  • You can use named ranges in Range object like this: Range(“myStoreList”)
  • You can use square brackets [] to refer to ranges like this: [A10] refers to Range(“A10”)
  • You can use variables in Range Object like this: Range(mylist) refers to whatever address is stored in mylist variable.
  • You can use variables along with static text, like this: Range(“A1:A” & endPoint) refers to the range A1:A120, assuming endPoint variable is 120.
Читать еще:  Excel сводные таблицы формулы функция впр

ActiveCell Object:

Active cell object refers to the currently selected cell. If you have selected a range of cells, usually ActiveCell refers to the top-left cell.

Tips on using ActiveCell Object:

  • Use ActiveCell.End(xlDown).Activate to select the last cell in the same row with a value (assumes you have no breaks in between). You can also use options like xlToLeft, xlToRight, xlUp too.

Selection Object:

Selection object refers to the currently selected cells or anything else that is selected (like a chart or drawing shape).

How to learn about various Excel Objects and use them:

Excel has a lot of objects. Some times objects contain other objects. For example a Range contains some Cells. A Selection may contain some Charts. Understanding the hierarchy and properties of all these objects is a tough task. But thankfully, there is help.

Here are my top tips to learn about various Excel Objects:

  • Use Macro Recorder: Whenever you need to use an object that you are not familiar with, just use built-in macro recorder and do some operations on that object. Now stop it and view the code. You would have a good idea how to deal with that object. For ex. if you want to learn how to use VBA to refresh a pivot table, just start recorder, select the pivot, refresh it and stop the recorder. Now go and see the code and you will have a good idea how to refresh pivot tables from VBA.
  • Use VBA Help: Excel VBA has a very good help system. Just go to Visual Basic Editor (ALT+F11) and press F1 to start the help. Type the object name you want help on and read thru the pages to learn. VBE also has a helpful screen called “Object Browser” to visually browse various Excel objects and understand the methods & properties.
  • Learn from Code Examples: There are several sites, including Chandoo.org that publish frequent articles, code samples and tips on Excel & VBA. Follow a handful of these sites and learn from the shared examples.
  • Take up some project: In your day to day work, you always see some problems that can be solved with VBA. So go ahead and take up one such task and try to do it using VBA. This is a great way to learn a new language like VBA.
  • Join a Training Program: Last but not least, joining a training program is a good way to learn VBA. If you want a good program on VBA, consider joining our upcoming batch of VBA Classes.

Putting it all together – a Daily Sales Tracker for “We Are Nuts”:

So far you have learned What is Excel VBA, How to use variables, conditions & loops and How to use various Excel Objects.

What are your tips for learning about Excel Objects & Using Them?

Excel Object Model is vast and deep. There are a lot of things that we can learn (and remember), but there are a lot more that we will never know or memorize until we need to use them. I always rely on built-in macro recorder to learn about the objects and then modify the code until it works just right.

What about you? How do you learn about Excel Objects? Please share your tips & ideas using comments.

Join Our VBA Classes

We run an online VBA (Macros) Class to make you awesome. This class offers 20+ hours of video content on all aspects of VBA – right from basics to advanced stuff. You can watch the lessons anytime and learn at your own pace. Each lesson offers a download workbook with sample code. If you are interested to learn VBA and become a master in it, please consider joining this course.

Vba excel object required

There are some issues with code.

I’ve commented lines that needs to be changed and added new line below it. Let me know if anything is not clear.

Suggestion: Instead of cell use any other variable name.

EDIT : You just have to change the return type of function getRangeByYear to Range. Hence use,

See the complete code below.

thanks a lot. much clear now. was confusing about the type of range and variant

@PakHoCheung — You just have to change the return type of function getRangeByYear. See edit in answer.

What is the difference of using set? Is it something like memory allocation?

@PakHoCheung — The Set keyword is used to create new objects. See this for details.

excel — VBA — run time error 424: object required — Stack Overflow

excel — Run-time error ‘424’: Object required vba — Stack Overflow

which will keep + but formula is valid when starting with =+, too.

Wouldn’t this leave the «+»?

indeed, will leave «+» but formula will be still valid when starting with «=+»

Oh, cool. I didn’t know that was a valid formula.

if statement — VBA If-Then Object Required Error — Stack Overflow

I don’t do much VBA for apps, but in VBScript Left(..) returns the left character, which doesn’t make sense to assign something to it. You could try something like this:

This sets the Forumla to the current value of the Formula replacing the 1st character with an «=».

That’s it, thanks so much! What exactly is the rationale behind your code? Thanks a bunch!

The Right function returns characters starting from the right hand side. Since we want to replace the first character, taking the length of the string — 1 characters gives us everything but the plus. We then tack the «=» to the front and we are done.

if statement — VBA If-Then Object Required Error — Stack Overflow

Your script can only run inside the aspx page as it is. is server-side logic it’s placing the literal client-side ID in the output to the client, so before it looked like this when rendered in the HTML:

Since it’s no longer finding an object/element (because that ID doesn’t exist) you’re getting the object required error. You have to either keep this logic in the page, or move to some other approach using classes, etc. If you’re doing a lot of validation, I’d take a look at jQuery and the validation library.

Update: Here’s the solution T.J. provided for you in comments in full text form for an easier read. If you’re only validating a few fields, this is the simplest fix to your situation:

@T.J. — +1 Good solution, as long as it’s only a few fields that would be perfectly manageable.

Thank You for quick responce. But I am afrid to say that I still have the same error

javascript — Microsoft JScript runtime error: Object required — Stack .

You can’t access non-static members from a static method. (Note that Main() is static, which is a requirement of .Net). Just make siprimo and volteado static, by placing the static keyword in front of them. e.g.:

@user300484 you should mark this answer as correct by clicking the check below the rating.

c# — Error: «an object reference is required for the non-static field.

Create a class and put all your code in there and call an instance of this class from the Main :

Yes, in the long term and as good practice you should encapsulate it on a class.

c# — Error: «an object reference is required for the non-static field.

Simply add static in the declaration of these two methods and the compile time error will disappear!

Читать еще:  Как открыть visual basic в excel

By default in C# methods are instance methods, and they receive the implicit «self» argument. By making them static, no such argument is needed (nor available), and the method must then of course refrain from accessing any instance (non-static) objects or methods of the class.

More info on static methods Provided the class and the method’s access modifiers (public vs. private) are ok, a static method can then be called from anywhere without having to previously instantiate a instance of the class. In other words static methods are used with the following syntax:

A classical example of static methods are found in the System.Math class, whereby we can call a bunch of these methods like

without ever instantiating a «Math» class (in fact I don’t even know if such an instance is possible)

+1 for giving insight to the issue rather than just a quick-fix: this is much more useful for a newcomer to C# that is still learning the basics. I have two side comments, however: 1) Math is a static class (msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.math.aspx) so your suspicion is right: it can’t be instantiated; and 2) maybe you should provide some example of instance methods. the ubiquitous ToString() comes to mind.

c# — Error: «an object reference is required for the non-static field.

In Excel VBA the string identifier is the » (double quote) character. You do not need to double the single quote characters for them to pass through to the database when enclosed by double quotes.

This works, if it also includes the semi-colon at the end.

Sign up for our newsletter and get our top new questions delivered to your inbox (see an example).

string — Excel VBA, Syntax error (missing operator) in query expressio.

You need some lines of code that establish Tool as a workbook. Something like:

Thanks a lot for the quick answer. Where in my coding would I place those lines? Before the «Application.DisplayAlerts» line? Again im a new VBA guy so Im not entirely sure about what Im doing. Thanks again

@user3494029 Before you open the new workbook.

It worked! Thank you. I tried other websites and youre answer, simple as it may be was the best of all. Just to let you know you made my day by fixing this! Thanks a ton

This is called a declaration and normally lives at the top of the function, class or application depending on its scope

excel — VBA Run time error 91. Trouble setting object variable — Stack.

You’re facing a limitation of Access SQL text parameters. They can not accommodate string values longer than 255 characters.

Here is a simple example which demonstrates the problem.

That code triggers error #3271, «Invalid property value.» . the same error you’re seeing.

If I change the UPDATE statement to include a PARAMETERS clause like this .

. the outcome is still error #3271.

I don’t believe there is any way to overcome that Access SQL limitation.

So if the length of your text parameter value is greater than 255 characters, you need a different method.

A DAO.Recordset approach is a simple alternative to store long text strings in a field.

I wondered about that, too, @Andre. But I still don’t see where LongText is useful. I think it would be great if someone can tell us. 🙂 In the meantime, at least DAO.Recordset.Edit works. 😉

ms access — VBA — Run Time Error 3271 using DAO object — Stack Overflo.

The problem may be due to field names. There is a function named CDate. Open and Last are both Jet reserved words. See Problem names and reserved words in Access.

Enclose those problem field names in square brackets to avoid confusing the database engine:

The brackets may be enough to get your INSERT working. However consider renaming the fields if possible.

That linked page also mentions Allen Browne’s Database Issue Checker Utility. You can download that utility and use it to examine your database for other problem names. It can also alert you to other issues which may not affect the current INSERT problem, but could cause trouble in other situations.

I will change all the names and report back.. funny I added cDate and not Date to avoid this.

You are spot on Added brackets and the code runs fine!! Thank you sir! I learn the best from trail and error!

MS EXCEL to MS ACCESS .accdb Database from VBA SQL Syntax error — Stac.

It sounds like you are set to Manual Calculation, so that line will refresh everything. If you’re setting a number of formulas, wait until they’re all inserted, then execute that line.

That is not causing the #NAME error 😉

Excel vba error name in formula — Stack Overflow

There seems to be an issue with passing more than 65536 Values as the first parameter in the VLookup function.

But passing just a Range (and allowing VLookup to access the default Value property) is OK, so the following line of code will work:

P.S. As Philip Connell suggested, change the definition of intLastRow to be Long. Being Double may not be the cause of this specific problem, but leaving it as Double will potentially cause you all sorts of other issues.

BOO YAAH that did it mate. Thank you so much. You have got some serious skills. Much respect from Dublin 🙂

Run Time error 13 VBA Excel — Stack Overflow

Ok after some googling and looking, I found the problem: its with the pattern:

it turns out you will get the 5017 error if the pattern is not valid.

by changing the «)» to the proper closing «>» the error was solved.

I would thought that if the pattern did not match then you would get a false return, not so..

There’s probably a difference between a non-matching pattern, and a syntactically invalid pattern. It sounds like you had the latter, but good job for solving your own question!

regex — Excel VBA regular expression error — Stack Overflow

Ok after some googling and looking, I found the problem: its with the pattern:

it turns out you will get the 5017 error if the pattern is not valid.

by changing the «)» to the proper closing «>» the error was solved.

I would thought that if the pattern did not match then you would get a false return, not so..

There’s probably a difference between a non-matching pattern, and a syntactically invalid pattern. It sounds like you had the latter, but good job for solving your own question!

regex — Excel VBA regular expression error — Stack Overflow

You can do this in the query design editor, click on the «Parameters» button.

ms access — VBA — Run Time Error 3271 using DAO object — Stack Overflo.

Add a reference (Tools -> References. ) to the Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects library (choose the highest version; on my machine it’s 6.1).

ms access — VBA — Run Time Error 3271 using DAO object — Stack Overflo.

give the object you want to reference a html id which would output like

than you can reference it by

javascript — Microsoft JScript runtime error: Object required — Stack .

That would lead me to believe that the tagName does not match, possibly because you have it in upper case. You might try while(!oNode.tagName.match(/body/i)) <

I had thought that case may be the problem and had tried that before, I’ve ried your suggestion but still getting the same error as I was previously.

Ссылка на основную публикацию
ВсеИнструменты
Adblock
detector
×
×