Simple spreadsheet for overseeing incoming deliveries

  • Hi guys!


    First of all - I have very limited knowledge of VBA dating all the way back to high school, not to mention lack of experience nor neat coding practices.
    Nonetheless, by some miracle or maybe God's sign, I was given a chance to bounce from the bottom of my life and actually got a job I'm good at!


    My first task was making aforementioned spreadsheet (the previous one got obliterated by freedom of changes by end users and beyond repair without previous employee).

    After templating it, bit by bit i kept adding various lines of simple code - first to get a grasp, then understand and eventually meaningfully implement.

    Many of these small QOL improvements use absurd ways to achieve the end result, reason being me not wanting to use certain expressions or methods that seemed a bit too much for my error-prone ways.


    Obviously my first attempt have been an amalgamation of bugs arising from adapting foreign lines of code into my project. Slowly though, I kept organising and tidying up those, and... here we are. Since COVID pandemic that simple shared filed has been helping our small company in fixing communication issues or other convoluted procedures, without the need to bother IT/spend time developing new ones in those dire times. Sadly, this made me some heuristic instant-remedy-problem-solver for my office...

    I love this job, this workplace, and the fact that my life is back on track for the first time ever. I will do everything to keep it this way, even if it means falsely sticking to that image until I fit, where I shouldn't be in the first place.


    Many thanks guys in advance, and sorry for long intro. I'm uploading my little monster translated. :saint:


    The idea is very simple, but just in case:


    - Employee inserts order ID and product we were lacking, quanity and minimum price (C-F)
    - Next fields are to be completed by another employee after getting ahold of needed product (G-L)

    - The rest is done by people actually handling the goods (stuff gets there, stuff gets processed, stuff gets sent to final buyer M-O), rest is more or less obsolete


    Things to consider:


    - No tables

    - Has to be idiot-proof

    - Pasting can be done in many ways, many of them interfere with/bypass certain events. As such I've at least tried to direct the user by disabling CTRL+V (it gives tip to paste values only)

    - It has to prevent writing into cell, that has data in it already. Exception to this are checkmarks

    - Users can delete rows after being notified, and entire rows only

    - Since everything is protected and cannot allow hiding/unhiding/sorting, this is done by adding one filter and hidden index number (so nobody can sort it his way and fkp it for everone else)


    Currently the only thing causing issue is deleting rows, I'm sure you can see how potentially disastrous :D. Next thing I'm trying to incorporate into it is automatic checking of UPS delivery status, but maybe few tutorials later given my so-so success.


    Any tips are very much welcome, I'm in dept for your time anyhow guys.


    Password: 3363

  • I'm not able to open a password protected spreadsheet. if you need to delete a specific row you can use Rows(index).EntireRow.Delete; where index = the row (number) you want to delete. For example to delete Row 3; Rows(3).EntireRow.Delete