Excel 2010 :: Logic Error In Nested If Then Statements

Oct 15, 2011

Using Excel 2010.

I extracted data from .pdf to Excel using Able2Extract. Now I need to scrub the output a bit.

I see commonalities in the data for the start and stop of each set of data that I can key in on.

Once I find the start and stop points for each set of data I would like to fill all rows in-between the points and then discard anything that remains outside of these boundaries.

I have something wrong in my logic, way too many rows are deleted.

Option Explicit

Sub GetLineSets()
'Purpose: Identify relevant line sets, delete all other rows
Dim wbBook As Workbook
Dim wsData As Worksheet
Dim strFormula As String
Dim lngRows As Long
Dim C As Range
Dim blnFlag As Boolean

[Code] ......

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I have got a table with data from 2005 to date, (for example) For the purpose of what I am doing I need a column which shows date ranges between September 2005 - August 2006 to show as 2005/2006, then September 2006 - August 2007 to show as 2006/2007. I have done some research and seen that, Potentially, a nested 'IF' can be used but it can only be used 7 times which would cause a problem going forward....

Is this the only way or is there a better way (without using VB)?

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HTML Code:

I copied the formatting to all the other cells in the range, and most are colored correctly. This is what I get:



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