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Hur markerar jag aktiv cell eller markering i Excel?

Om du har ett stort kalkylblad kanske det är svårt för dig att snabbt ta reda på den aktiva cellen eller det aktiva urvalet. Men om den aktiva cellen / sektionen har en enastående färg, kommer det inte att vara ett problem att ta reda på det. I den här artikeln kommer jag att prata om hur man automatiskt markerar den aktiva cellen eller det valda cellområdet i Excel.

Markera aktiv cell eller markering med VBA-kod


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Följande VBA-kod kan hjälpa dig att markera den aktiva cellen eller ett urval dynamiskt, gör så här:

1. Håll ner ALT + F11 nycklar för att öppna Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications-fönstret.

2. Sedan Välj Denna arbetsbok från vänster Project Explorerdubbelklicka på den för att öppna Modulerna, och kopiera och klistra sedan in följande VBA-kod i den tomma modulen:

VBA-kod: Markera aktiv cell eller markering

Sub Workbook_SheetSelectionChange(ByVal Sh As Object, ByVal Target As Excel.Range)
'Update 20140923
Static xLastRng As Range
On Error Resume Next
Target.Interior.ColorIndex = 6
xLastRng.Interior.ColorIndex = xlColorIndexNone
Set xLastRng = Target
End Sub

doc-highlight-active-cell-1

3. Spara och stäng sedan den här koden och gå tillbaka till kalkylbladet, när du väljer en cell eller ett val markeras de markerade cellerna och den flyttas dynamiskt när de markerade cellerna ändras.

Anmärkningar:

1. Om du inte hittar Project Explorer-rutan i fönstret kan du klicka utsikt > Project Explorer i Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications-fönstret för att öppna den.

2. I ovanstående kod kan du ändra .ColorIndex = 6 färg till annan färg du gillar.

3. Denna VBA-kod kan tillämpas på alla kalkylblad i arbetsboken.

4. Om det finns några färgade celler i kalkylbladet försvinner färgen när du klickar på cellen och sedan flyttar till en annan cell.


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I had the same problem, read the whole page and comments. While thinking to apply it or not, I was just randomly clicking on number and letters to select the whole column and rows. Then suddenly highlight of selected cell feature came back :)
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Hello, if someone can help me... I pick up this code in internet (apologies to the owner). It does almost what i need but this code select the entirerow. What i need is a change that alow to select just the first two cells of the row of the activecells. When i click in the cell, i need that the cell of the column "$I16" and "$J16" (16 is the first line of my table) of that row became interior color (=9359529). The code is this: 
Dim lTarget As Range

Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)

If Target.Row >= 16 Then

If Not lTarget Is Nothing Then

lTarget.EntireRow.Interior.ColorIndex = 0
End If

Target.EntireRow.Interior.Color = 9359529

Set lTarget = Target
End If
End Sub

Can you help me? I had try to change this code but the only thing i can as the select the interior color of the cell target and not the column "$I" and "$J" in that specific row.Thank you for your help.
Luis Lopes
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I know that you proposed a solution but the solution comes with another problem as you described below: "The only problem with having this code active is that you can no longer change the active cell color as it changes back to what it was before you clicked it. I suggest that if you need to change the highlight colors on the sheet, do so with macros disabled or change the sub name for a second so it doesn't trigger when you are clicking on cells". This is not an acceptable alternative for me. I need to be able to change the colors in the cells when the macro is active. Do you have a solution for this this problem. If you come up with a solution for this problem please republish your corrected macro the new macro in full (rather than proposing patches to your original macro because I am technically challenged as far as macro are concerned).
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I tried your macro by copying and pasting it into my Excel file. I did change one thing in the macro though. I changed the color index from 6 to 24 (to a color different than the colors I am currently using in my macro). It worked very nicely and I liked it a lot but then started causing a problem for me. I have a lot of cells filled with with colors in my Excel. The macro started removing the color fill from every cell touched. I don't know how to stop the macro's this odd behavior. I did not have any choice but to remove the macro from my file. I still like to use this macro if someone can help me to fix it.
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That was super helpful, thank you.
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Anyway you can do the left adjacent cell to highlight instead of active cell? Or a range of cells around the activecell?
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Thank you, but use this with caution. It has the undesirable counter effect of not letting undo. Is there any solution for that?
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But i am unable to do undo option and lose the previously assigned cell color also.
Please provide solution
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Perfect solution as I always tend to loose the track of the highlighted cell during "Find and Select" operation. Thanks a lot.
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Great!! But what if I don't want to lose the previously assigned cell color? That would be greater to know.
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Use a conditional format on the cells you want to protect.
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Instead of "ColorIndex" which has a limited set of 255 values (meaning any custom colors are lost), use "Color" instead. You'll need to store the old value in a new static long variable and also generate the highlight color you want with the RGB function. The only problem with having this code active is that you can no longer change the active cell color as it changes back to what it was before you clicked it. I suggest that if you need to change the highlight colors on the sheet, do so with macros disabled or change the sub name for a second so it doesn't trigger when you are clicking on cells, then just rename it back to normal to "re-activate" it. Here is my code:

Sub Workbook_SheetSelectionChange(ByVal Sh As Object, ByVal Target As Excel.Range)

Static xLastRng As Range
Static xLastRngColor As Long

On Error Resume Next

xLastRng.Interior.Color = xLastRngColor
xLastRngColor = Target.Interior.Color
Target.Interior.Color = RGB(255, 255, 0) 'compose whatever highlight color you want with RGB values, I am using yellow here
Set xLastRng = Target

End Sub
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work.... great...
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Yes, I would like to know this as well. How would you keep the previously selected cells highlight for tracking purposes?
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See my comment above.
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