I am looking for an easy way to replace part of a formula in Excel.
I have to do this for over 66,000 formulas every year. Currently i use Find & Replace to speed up the job but it still takes me several hours to do it.
I want to replace the
08-01-20 part of the above formula with the value of cell
Create two lists in the format
"dd-mm-yy", (one with the incorrect dates, one with the correct
Then replace the example dates in the below script & Run.
Sub Multi_FindReplace() Dim sht As Worksheet Dim fndList As Variant Dim rplcList As Variant Dim x As Long fndList = Array("04-01-20", "11-01-20") rplcList = Array("05-01-20", "12-01-20") For x = LBound(fndList) To UBound(fndList) For Each sht In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets sht.Cells.Replace What:=fndList(x), Replacement:=rplcList(x), _ lookat:=xlPart, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, MatchCase:=False, _ SearchFormat:=False, ReplaceFormat:=False Next sht Next x End Sub
=INDIRECT("'C:\Excel\[File1.xlsm]" & TEXT(C2,"dd-mm-yy") & "'!V5")
Just be aware that too many of these volatile functions will slow down Excel as they will re-calc every time anything changes in Excel and that they require the referenced workbook to be open to calc.