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Bagaimana cara menyembunyikan atau menampilkan bentuk tertentu berdasarkan nilai sel yang ditentukan di Excel?

Sebenarnya, bentuk tertentu dapat disembunyikan atau ditampilkan berdasarkan nilai sel yang ditentukan. Metode berikut dapat membantu Anda.

Sembunyikan atau tampilkan bentuk tertentu berdasarkan nilai sel yang ditentukan dengan kode VBA


Sembunyikan atau tampilkan bentuk tertentu berdasarkan nilai sel yang ditentukan dengan kode VBA

Misalnya, Anda ingin memperlihatkan bentuk tertentu saat memasukkan angka 1 ke dalam sel A1, atau menyembunyikan bentuk ini jika sel A1 adalah nilai lain. Silakan jalankan kode VBA berikut untuk mencapainya.

1. Klik kanan tab lembar yang berisi bentuk yang akan Anda sembunyikan atau tampilkan, lalu klik Lihat kode dari menu klik kanan.

2. Kemudian Microsoft Visual Basic untuk Aplikasi jendela muncul. Silakan salin dan tempel kode VBA di bawah ini ke file Kode jendela.

Kode VBA: Sembunyikan atau tampilkan bentuk tertentu berdasarkan nilai sel yang ditentukan

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
    If Target.Row = 1 And Target.Column = 1 Then _
        Me.Shapes("Oval 6").Visible = (Cells(1, 1).Value = 1)
End Sub

Catatan: Di dalam kode:

1) Baris = 1 dan Kolom = 1 menunjukkan sel tertentu yang terletak di baris satu dan kolom satu, Sel (1, 1) adalah sel A1 yang sesuai.
2) Nilai = 1, angka 1 adalah nilai spesifik yang ingin Anda perlihatkan berdasarkan bentuk.
3) "6 oval"Adalah nama dari bentuk tertentu.

Anda dapat mengubahnya berdasarkan kebutuhan Anda.

3. tekan lain + Q tombol secara bersamaan untuk menutup Microsoft Visual Basic untuk Aplikasi jendela.

Mulai sekarang, saat memasukkan nomor 1 ke sel A1, bentuk "Oval 6" tidak disembunyikan. Tetapi jika Anda memasukkan nilai lain seperti angka 2 ke dalam sel A1, bentuk "Oval 6" akan segera disembunyikan.


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Hello,

thank you for making this guide!

I have one question:
If i need a shape to show up based on two or more values, how is this done?
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Hi Kasper Pedersen,

Suppose you want to show up a shape named "Oval 4" when both cells A1 and C8 contain the specified values (1 and 2 respectively), and if either of the cells is cleared (i.e., its value becomes empty), the shape will set to invisible. You can try the following VBA code to get it done.

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
    If Range("A1").Value = 1 And Range("C8").Value = 2 Then
        Me.Shapes("Oval 4").Visible = True
    ElseIf Range("A1").Value = "" Or Range("C8").Value = "" Then
        Me.Shapes("Oval 4").Visible = False
    End If
End Sub
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Thanks, but i want the shape not to be visible if the value is diffrent than "1" and "2" as shown in your example. eg. if the value is diffrent from 1 in cell A1 the shape becomes invisible. Is it possible?
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This article doesn't give any hint as to how one gets the name of a shape.

I have checked the name manager and the object manager in VBA as well as the context menu - there is no "Properties" menu for shapes.

So, where is the shape name?
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Hi Cornan,
The shape name will be displayed on the Name box of worksheet when selecting the shape. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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2 questions:

1. I cant seem to get this code to run and i dont understand why... copied and pasted it exactly as it is there...help!!!


2. how do i change it for shapes like Shapes.Range(Array("Rounded Rectangle 1"))
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Hi Gus,
You must miss something in the operation.
Supposing your shape name is "Rounded Rectangle 1", please copy the below code into the worksheet code window (this worksheet should contain the specified shape "Rounded Rectangle 1").
From now on, only typing number 1 into A1 cell can display the shape "Rounded Rectangle 1". If you type in other content, the shape will be hidden.

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
If Target.Row = 1 And Target.Column = 1 Then _
Me.Shapes("Rounded Rectangle 1").Visible = (Cells(1, 1).Value = 1)
End Sub
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You left out the ":"
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I am a newbie in VBA Excel. I am working with this code and I would like to optimize it. This code makes a shape visible on an active cell if value is 1 other values hide it. Range includes J13:AC161. If I will use the code below, it will take me more lines of code. Any help will be much appreciated.

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
If ActiveSheet.Range("E13").Value = 1 Then
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt1").Visible = True
Else
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt1").Visible = False
End If

If ActiveSheet.Range("F13").Value = 1 Then
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt2").Visible = True
Else
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt2").Visible = False
End If

If ActiveSheet.Range("G13").Value = 1 Then
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt3").Visible = True
Else
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt3").Visible = False
End If

If ActiveSheet.Range("H13").Value = 1 Then
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt4").Visible = True
Else
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt4").Visible = False
End If

If ActiveSheet.Range("I13").Value = 1 Then
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt5").Visible = True
Else
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt5").Visible = False
End If

If ActiveSheet.Range("J13").Value = 1 Then
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt6").Visible = True
Else
ActiveSheet.Shapes("rt6").Visible = False
End If
...

End Sub
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Good day,
Do you mean you want to display or hide lots of specified shapes based on cells in range J13:AC161 with brief code?
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This works great for me as long as the value entered is a number. I need it to work on letters like A B C etc: when i use letters it works backwards enter A and it hides i need it to be visible when i enter a letter any ideas
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You can use letters instead, you just need to add " to either side. E.g. Me.Shapes("Oval 6").Visible = (Cells(1, 1).Value = "A")
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How about if i want to add two values as the input such as : E.g. Me.Shapes("Oval 6").Visible = (Cells(1, 1).Value = "A" Or "B")?
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Me.Shapes("Rounded Rectangle 2").Visible = (Cells(1, 1).Value = "A" Or Cells(1, 1).Value = "B")
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