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This post will guide you how to insert a blank row below based on cell value in Excel. How do I auto insert row based on cell value with a VBA Macro in Excel.

Insert Blank Row Below based on Cell Value

Assuming that you have a list of data in range A1:B6, in which contain sales data. And you want to insert a blank row below based on cell value in Sales column, and if sales value is equal to the certain value, such as: 200, then insert blank row below the certain cell value. How to do it. You can try to use an Excel VBA macro to achieve the result. Here are the steps:

Dim Col As Variant Dim BlankRows As Long Dim LastRow As Long Dim R As Long Dim StartRow As Long

Col = “B” StartRow = 1 BlankRows = 1

LastRow = Cells(Rows.Count, Col).End(xlUp).Row

Application.ScreenUpdating = False

With ActiveSheet For R = LastRow To StartRow + 1 Step -1 If .Cells(R, Col) = “200” Then .Cells(R + 1, Col).EntireRow.Insert Shift:=xlDown End If Next R End With Application.ScreenUpdating = True

End Sub

Note: you need to change the value of variable Col as you need, this column contain cell value that you need to base on. and you also need to change the certain cell value 200 as you need .

Sub InsertBlankRowsBasedOnCellValue() Dim Col As Variant Dim BlankRows As Long Dim LastRow As Long Dim R As Long Dim StartRow As Long Col = "B" StartRow = 1 BlankRows = 1 LastRow = Cells(Rows.Count, Col).End(xlUp).Row Application.ScreenUpdating = False With ActiveSheet For R = LastRow To StartRow + 1 Step -1 If .Cells(R, Col) = "200" Then .Cells(R, Col).EntireRow.Insert Shift:=xlDown End If Next R End With Application.ScreenUpdating = True End Sub## Delete Or Insert Rows Based On Cell Value

This tutorial will demonstrate how to delete or insert rows based on cell values.

Delete Row Based on Cell Value

This will loop through a range, and delete rows if column A says “delete”.

Sub DeleteRowsBasedonCellValue() 'Declare Variables Dim LastRow As Long, FirstRow As Long Dim Row As Long With ActiveSheet 'Define First and Last Rows FirstRow = 1 LastRow = .UsedRange.Rows(.UsedRange.Rows.Count).Row 'Loop Through Rows (Bottom to Top) For Row = LastRow To FirstRow Step -1 If .Range("A" & Row).Value = "delete" Then .Range("A" & Row).EntireRow.Delete End If Next Row End With End SubWe must start the loop with the bottom row because deleting a row will shift the data, skipping rows if you loop top to bottom.

Also, notice that instead of manually entering in the last row, we calculate the last used row.

Delete Row – Based on Filter

In the previous example, we looped through the rows, deleting each row that meets the criteria. Alternatively, we can use Excel’s AutoFilter to filter rows based on some criteria and then delete the visible rows:

Sub FilterAndDeleteRows() 'Declare ws variable Dim ws As Worksheet Set ws = ActiveSheet 'Reset Existing Filters On Error Resume Next ws.ShowAllData On Error GoTo 0 'Apply Filter ws.Range("a1:d100").AutoFilter Field:=1, Criteria1:="delete" 'Delete Rows Application.DisplayAlerts = False ws.Range("a1:d100").SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).Delete Application.DisplayAlerts = True 'Clear Filter On Error Resume Next ws.ShowAllData On Error GoTo 0 End SubDelete Row Based on Cell Criteria

This will loop through a range, deleting rows if the cell in column A meets certain criteria (< 0):

Sub DeleteRowsBasedonCellValue() 'Declare Variables Dim LastRow As Long, FirstRow As Long Dim Row As Long With ActiveSheet 'Define First and Last Rows FirstRow = 1 LastRow = .UsedRange.Rows(.UsedRange.Rows.Count).Row 'Loop Through Rows (Bottom to Top) For Row = LastRow To FirstRow Step -1 If .Range("A" & Row).Value < 0 Then .Range("A" & Row).EntireRow.Delete End If Next Row End With End SubDelete Row if Cell is Blank

This will loop through a range, deleting a row if a cell in column A is blank:

Sub DeleteRowsBasedonCellValue() 'Declare Variables Dim LastRow As Long, FirstRow As Long Dim Row As Long With ActiveSheet 'Define First and Last Rows FirstRow = 1 LastRow = .UsedRange.Rows(.UsedRange.Rows.Count).Row 'Loop Through Rows (Bottom to Top) For Row = LastRow To FirstRow Step -1 If .Range("A" & Row).Value = "" Then .Range("A" & Row).EntireRow.Delete End If Next Row End With End SubDelete Blank Row

Sub DeleteBlankRows() 'Declare Variables Dim LastRow As Long, FirstRow As Long Dim Row As Long With ActiveSheet 'Define First and Last Rows FirstRow = 1 LastRow = .UsedRange.Rows(.UsedRange.Rows.Count).Row 'Loop Through Rows (Bottom to Top) For Row = LastRow To FirstRow Step -1 If WorksheetFunction.CountA(.Rows(Row)) = 0 Then .Rows(Row).EntireRow.Delete End If Next Row End With End SubDelete Row if Cell Contains Value

This will loop through a range, deleting a row if the cell in column A is not blank:

Sub DeleteRowsBasedonCellValue() 'Declare Variables Dim LastRow As Long, FirstRow As Long Dim Row As Long With ActiveSheet 'Define First and Last Rows FirstRow = 1 LastRow = .UsedRange.Rows(.UsedRange.Rows.Count).Row 'Loop Through Rows (Bottom to Top) For Row = LastRow To FirstRow Step -1 .Range("A" & Row).EntireRow.Delete End If Next Row End With End SubInsert Row Based on Cell Value

This will loop through a range, inserting rows if a certain cell in that row says “insert”:

Sub InsertRowsBasedonCellValue() 'Declare Variables Dim LastRow As Long, FirstRow As Long Dim Row As Long With ActiveSheet 'Define First and Last Rows FirstRow = 1 LastRow = .UsedRange.Rows(.UsedRange.Rows.Count).Row 'Loop Through Rows (Bottom to Top) For Row = LastRow To FirstRow Step -1 If .Range("A" & Row).Value = "insert" Then .Range("A" & Row).EntireRow.Insert End If Next Row End With End Sub## How To Quickly Insert Delta Symbol Δ In Excel In A Cell

To know how to insert a delta symbol in Excel can be super useful for you.

Let me tell you why…

…while working with reports you can use it to present a specific type of values.

Agree?

Well, in simple words, a Delta (Δ) symbol can be use to present the difference between two values over a time of period.

So while working in Excel, if you calculate differences between values it’s better to use Delta symbol instead of using anything else like a specific word or something.

Now the thing is if you look at the Excel ribbon there is no direct way for you to insert it into a cell.

Top 7 Methods to Add Delta Symbol in Excel [Quickly]

Well, I have figured out that there are total 7 possible ways which we can use. So today in this post, I’d like to share with you these simple ways to insert a delta symbol in a cell in Excel.

It’s one of those Excel Tips and Tricks that can help to get better at Basic Excel Skills. So, let’s learn this thing.

1. Change the Font to Symbol to Get Delta

I found this way the quickest one to add a delta symbol and it’s pretty simple. All you have to do is:

First of all, enter “D” in the cell (Capital Letter) where you want to insert the symbol.

After that, change the font style to “Symbol” from the Home Tab Font Font Name.

This will instantly convert that “D” symbol into a delta.

But, one thing you need to take care that this will change the font style for the entire text from a cell.

2. Simply Insert Delta Symbol from Symbols Option

This is a simple way to insert any symbol you want to add in a cell.

All you need to do is, open symbol dialog box and search for the symbol and insert it. Here’s how to do it in steps.

First of all, select the cell where you want to add the symbol.

Then go to Insert Tab ➜ Symbols ➜ Symbol.

Now from insert symbol window, select “Greek and Coptic” and it will navigate you to the Greek symbols.

Pros: The benefit of this method is it’s simple and easy to insert.

Cons: It’s not dynamic and you need to do it again and again or copy paste the symbol into other cells.

3. Use CHAR Function to Get Delta Symbol in a Cell using a Formula

CHAR function can be used to insert a specific character by providing a code into the function. And, this can be used for Delta symbol as well and here’s how to do this.

In a cell, where you need to insert the symbol, enter below formula in the Excel’s formula bar.

After that, you need to change the font style of that cell to “Wingdings 3”.

Above two formulas add two different delta symbols, the first one inserts a white (outlined) symbol, on the other hand, the second one adds a black (filled).

Pros: As CHAR is a function and this formula gives you an option to choose between two different types of symbols.

Cons: If you want to add the symbol by concatenating it with some other formula it doesn’t work as you have changed the font style.

4. Use AutoCorrect Option to Automatically Add a Delta Symbol

This is another useful way to add a delta symbol.

In Excel, there is an option called Auto Correct which you can use to insert a symbol by typing a simple text.

All you need to do is specify a text which you use to enter in cell and then whenever you use that text Excel will convert that text into a symbol.

Here are the steps to do it.

First of all, copy this delta symbol from here or you can also do it by inserting the symbol from the symbol options.

After that, go to File Tab ➜ Options ➜ Proofing ➜ AutoCorrect ➜ Options.

Now in the AutoCorrect dialog box, in the “Replace with” input box enter “(dlt)” and in the “With” input box paste the delta symbol which you have copied.

Now whenever you type “(dlt)” in a cell Excel will convert that text into a delta symbol.

You can even use a different text from the text which we have used here.

Pros: It makes super easy to insert a symbol by entering a text. Just enter the text and Excel converts it into a symbol for you.

Cons: Again, this is not a dynamic method and if you need to add the symbol again you need to enter text again.

5. Apply Custom Formatting to Add a Delta Symbol with a Number or Percentage [My Favorite]

This one is the most awesome method and my favorite one.

Let’s say if you want to add a delta symbol with numbers in a cell then this is the best method.

When we use custom formatting, in that case, we just need to specify the format and Excel applies it to the cell without changing the values in the cell.

Follow these simple steps for this:

First of all, select the cell where you want to apply custom formatting with a delta symbol.

Once you apply this custom format it will show a delta sign with all the number in the cell.

In this method idea is simple, no matter which format you have just combined that format with a delta sign in the custom formatting category and you’ll get the symbol.

Look at below percentage format with a delta sign.

Pros: This is the best method in all the methods we have here because it doesn’t affect the values of the cell.

Cons: If you want to add a delta symbol to a cell for real then this method is not for you.

6. VBA Code to Insert Delta Symbol to Multiple Cells

And below we have this code:

Sub Macro1()

Dim rng As Range

For Each rng In Selection

rng.Value = rng.Value & ChrW(916)

Next rng

End Sub

To use this code, first of all, you need to enter it in VB editor (open it from developer tab).

And then, select the cell and run the code. If a cell has a value, it adds the symbol after that value.

If you have more than one cell then it will loop through all the cells one by one and insert the symbol.

Cons: When it adds a symbol to a cell and if that cell has a number or a percentage that becomes a text string after that and can’t be used further in calculations.

7. Copy and then Paste the Delta Symbol into the Cell

This is an unusual method but works if you need to insert a delta symbol in a cell for once.

The idea is simple copy the symbol from somewhere or you can it copy here Δ as well…

…and then simply paste it into the cell.

Conclusion

I believe the best way to add a delta symbol is custom formatting if you want to apply it to the numbers.

And if you just want to add it in heading cell or in a cell which you won’t use in calculation then you can use any one from other four.

I hope you found this tip useful, and now, you need to tell me one thing.

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## Random Sort In Excel: Shuffle Cells, Rows And Columns

The tutorial will teach you two quick ways to randomize in Excel: perform random sort with formulas and shuffle data by using a special tool.

Microsoft Excel provides a handful of different sorting options including ascending or descending order, by color or icon, as well as custom sort. However, it lacks one important feature – random sort. This functionality would come in handy in situations when you need to randomize data, say, for an unbiased assigning of tasks, allocation of shifts, or picking a lottery winner. This tutorial will teach you a couple of easy ways to do random sort in Excel.

How to randomize a list in Excel with a formula

Although there is no native function to perform random sort in Excel, there is a function to generate random numbers ( Excel RAND function) and we are going to use it.

Assuming you have a list of names in column A, please follow these steps to randomize your list:

Insert a new column next to the list of names you want to randomize. If your dataset consists of a single column, skip this step.

In the first cell of the inserted column, enter the RAND formula: =RAND()

Either way, Excel automatically expands the selection and sorts the names in column A as well:

Tips & notes:

Excel RAND is a volatile function, meaning that new random numbers are generated every time the worksheet is recalculated. So, if you are not happy with how your list has been randomized, keep hitting the sort button until you get the desired result.

To prevent the random numbers from recalculating with every change you make to the worksheet, copy the random numbers, and then paste them as values by using the Paste Special feature. Or, simply delete the column with the RAND formula if you don’t need it any longer.

The same approach can be used to randomize multiple columns. To have it done, place two or more columns side by side so that the columns are contiguous, and then perform the above steps.

How to shuffle data in Excel with Ultimate Suite

If you don’t have time to fiddle with formulas, use the Shuffle Cells tool included in our Ultimate Suite for Excel to do a random sort faster.

The Shuffle pane will appear on the left side of your workbook. You select the range where you want to shuffle data, and then choose one of the following options:

Cells in each row – shuffle cells in each row individually.

Cells in each column – randomly sort cells in each column.

Entire rows – shuffle rows in the selected range.

Entire columns – randomize the order of columns in the range.

All cells in the range – randomize all cells in the selected range.

In this example, we need to shuffle cells in column A, so we go with the third option:

And voilà, our list of names is randomized in no time:

If you are curious to try this and explore a lot more fascinating features included with Ultimate Suite for Excel, you are welcome to download a 14-day trial version. If our tools have proved useful in your work and you decide to get a license, be sure to use this special opportunity:

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