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Hvordan kopieres kildeformatering af opslagscellen, når man bruger Vlookup i Excel?

I de tidligere artikler har vi talt om at holde baggrundsfarve, når vlookup-værdier i Excel. Her i denne artikel vil vi introducere en metode til at kopiere al celleformatering af den resulterende celle, når du laver Vlookup i Excel. Gør som følger.

Kopier kildeformatering, når du bruger Vlookup i Excel med en brugerdefineret funktion


Kopier kildeformatering, når du bruger Vlookup i Excel med en brugerdefineret funktion

Antag at du har en tabel som vist nedenstående skærmbillede. Nu skal du kontrollere, om en specificeret værdi (i kolonne E) er i kolonne A og returnere tilsvarende værdi med formatering i kolonne C. Gør som følger for at opnå det.

1. I regnearket indeholder den værdi, du vil oplyse, skal du højreklikke på arkfanen og vælge Vis kode fra genvejsmenuen. Se skærmbillede:

2. I åbningen Microsoft Visual Basic til applikationer vindue, skal du kopiere nedenstående VBA-kode til kodevinduet.

VBA-kode 1: Vlookup- og returværdi med formatering

Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
'Update by Extendoffice 20211203
    Dim I As Long
    Dim xKeys As Long
    Dim xDicStr As String
    On Error Resume Next
    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    Application.CutCopyMode = False
    xKeys = UBound(xDic.Keys)
    If xKeys >= 0 Then
        For I = 0 To UBound(xDic.Keys)
            xDicStr = xDic.Items(I)
            If xDicStr <> "" Then
                Set xRg = Application.Range(xDicStr)
                xRg.Copy
                Range(xDic.Keys(I)).PasteSpecial xlPasteFormats
            Else
                Range(xDic.Keys(I)).Interior.Color = xlNone
            End If
        Next
        Set xDic = Nothing
    End If
    Application.ScreenUpdating = True
    Application.CutCopyMode = True
End Sub

3. Klik derefter på indsatte > Moduler, og kopier nedenstående VBA-kode 2 ind i modulvinduet.

VBA-kode 2: Vlookup- og returværdi med formatering

Public xDic As New Dictionary
'Update by Extendoffice 20211203
Function LookupKeepFormat(ByRef FndValue, ByRef LookupRng As Range, ByRef xCol As Long)
    Dim xFindCell As Range
    On Error Resume Next
    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    Set xFindCell = LookupRng.Find(FndValue, , xlValues, xlWhole)
    If xFindCell Is Nothing Then
        LookupKeepFormat = " "
        xDic.Add Application.Caller.Address, " "
    Else
        LookupKeepFormat = xFindCell.Offset(0, xCol - 1).Value
        xDic.Add Application.Caller.Address, xFindCell.Offset(0, xCol - 1).Address(External:=True)
    End If
    Application.ScreenUpdating = True
End Function

4. klik Værktøj > Referencer. Kontroller derefter Microsoft Script Runtime boks i Referencer - VBAProject dialog boks. Se skærmbillede:

5. Tryk på andre + Q taster for at afslutte Microsoft Visual Basic til applikationer vindue.

6. Vælg en tom celle ved siden af ​​opslagsværdien, og indtast derefter formel =LookupKeepFormat(E2,$A$1:$C$8,3) ind i Formel Bar, og tryk derefter på Indtast nøgle.

Bemærk: I formlen E2 indeholder den værdi, du vil slå op, $ A $ 1: $ C $ 8 er tabelområdet og antallet 3 betyder, at den tilsvarende værdi, du vil returnere, findes i den tredje kolonne i tabellen. Venligst skift dem efter behov.

7. Bliv ved med at vælge den første resultatcelle, og træk derefter udfyldningshåndtaget ned for at få alle resultater sammen med deres formatering som vist nedenfor.


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So - this macro works, but every time I use it my spreadsheet stops responding for roughly 3 minutes (even for one single line of data). Any tips?
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Is there a way to use this on the same sheet with two different lookups. Ie. Lookup Column M in array A:B, return column B with formatting. Then Lookup in Column N in array C:D and return column D with formatting?
Ive got the first set working perfectly, and the second set wont work at all. No error, just most of the rows are blank
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This code only works when data is in same sheet.
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Hi kirtiraj,To lookup values across worksheets and keep the formatting, you need to place the VBA code 1 in the code window of the result worksheet, and place the VBA code 2 in the Module code window.
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I get a compile error: "Expected: end of statement", with the word "New" highlighted in: "Public xDic As New Dictionary".
I'm not a developer, just trying to solve a problem in a long set of sheets. So thank you for the help.
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HeyThe code does not work in Microsoft Excel 2019 (16.0.13929.20360) 64-bit Can provide details if asked...
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Please provide details
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How to make this work if the value we are trying to look up sits in a different worksheet?
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Hi,
To lookup values across worksheets and keep the formatting, you need to place the VBA code 1 in the code window of the result worksheet, and place the VBA code 2 in the Module code window.
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That's Bad***!
Thanks for the coding and the tip on how to make the formula work across separate worksheets, friend.
However the coding should modified for the Subworksheet_Change for the one below:
Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
'Update by Extendoffice 20230328
Dim I As Long
Dim xKeys As Long
Dim xDicStr As String
On Error Resume Next
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Application.CutCopyMode = False
Application.EnableEvents = False
xKeys = UBound(xDic.Keys)
If xKeys >= 0 Then
For I = 0 To UBound(xDic.Keys)
xDicStr = xDic.Items(I)
If xDicStr <> "" Then
Set xRg = Application.Range(xDicStr)
xRg.Copy
Range(xDic.Keys(I)).PasteSpecial xlPasteFormats
Else
Range(xDic.Keys(I)).Interior.Color = xlNone
End If
Next
Set xDic = Nothing
End If
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
Application.CutCopyMode = True
Application.EnableEvents = True
End Sub


If you combine the coding I wrote below for the Result worksheet and the coding provided here in the Module, it will work when using separate worksheets.
You'll thank me later!
Cheers
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So, I got this to work. However, how I'm using it is I have the lookupkeepformat formula already entered in multiple rows. I then enter a letter (A-J) in column A and this letter tells the lookup formula which data I want. After it pulls the data, the cursor ends up in the cell where it finished entering the lookup data. How can I have the cursor return to column A?
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I'm getting an error
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I am adding these modules to my PERSONAL.XLSB file. I have Outlook 2016. And when I use this user-defined function, my excel doesn't crash or give an error. But it does not pull in the format of the source cell. It only pulls in the value. Since this function is located in the PERSONAL.XLSB file, my formula looks like this;=PERSONAL.xlsb!LookupKeepFormat(E2,$A$1:$C$8,3)
I had copied the code into 2 modules as directed, but this just doesn't work. Any ideas why?
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I get the same Ambiguous name error - has anyone managed to solve it ?
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