Each Worksheet has a unique identifying label - "Requirement Number"
Within each worksheet is free form text data of the following categories:
Requirement: 10358 Title: Customer requirement 1 Text: This describes the requirements for a product for the customer[code].....
The text of the categories may begin in column A or B
What I need is a macro that will search each worksheet for a category, e.g., "Configuration:", copy the row where the keyword "Configuration" is found, and then have that row transposed and pasted to another WorkSheet (e.g., "Extracted Data") cell.
Data extracted from the next Worksheet would begin a new row in "Extracted Data"
Example: Requirement1 Title Text Verification Method-Level ... Requirement2 Title Text Verification Method-Level ... Requirement3 Title Text Verification Method-Level ...
The Requirement# is best extracted from the WorkSheet tab since some of the worksheets are missing this information. I can provide an example spreadsheet, however, I was not able to figure out how do that in this post.
I found a thread similar to this problem:
find and copy row
However, it only finds, copies and pastes for one keyword.
I've been tackling this data capture/paste issue for a week or so. I found the string below which does provide a good foundation for my challenge. But, my basic level of understanding macros limits my modifications to meet my needs.
I have 20 worksheets in my master file corresponding to Excel files individual associates will update weekly. After the associates have updated their individual files for the week, I want to capture the data entered and paste values into a master file containing a worksheet for each associate (sharing the same name as the individual associate file). All of these files are housed on team SharePoint sites.
I need a macro to perform several steps after clicking a "Run Update" macro button in the master file: Open individual associate fileIn master file, search for each Initiative listed in column B (starting cell B3) in the individual associate file (in column B starting at cell B11)If Initiative is found in individual associate file, copy adjacent data in columns D:J for the respective rowIn master file, paste values to the corresponding Initiative row for the corresponding week's worth of dataIf Initiative is not found in the individual associate file, move to the next Initiative listed in the master fileRepeat these steps for each individual associate file
Linking would be the easiest way to accomplish this if I wanted to have a multitude of weekly individual files for the associates. However, I'd rather each associate have one file for them to update (basically overwriting their previous week's entries).
I need to ensure the paste values corresponds to the appropriate day of the week. In simpler terms, if the date in the individual associate file in cell D9 reads Oct 1, 2012, the data captured from that row needs to be pasted to the corresponding row/column in the master file that reads the same date.
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I have attached a blank version of the file. Current Master 5-15-14.xlsxâ€Ž
Sub Test() For Each Cell In Sheets(1).Range("J:J") If Cell.Value = "131125" Then
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The below is a macro i currently use:
Sub Import_FNGC() Const TARGET_FILENAME = "2008.xls" ' ' import_FNGC Macro ' Macro recorded 1/30/2008 by wwrobel '
' myMSG = "This will clear the data and import information. Do you want to continue?" Response = MsgBox(myMSG, vbExclamation + vbYesNo, myTitle) Select Case Response Case Is = vbYes Range("A5:BM100").Select............
I would simply like a Macro to 'find' or search keyword data in a spreadsheet and copy the chosen rows and past them into a new excel sheet. I want to be able to do that as many time as I need, currently I have the following code, it does not seem to work well for me, I can only use it to search one time, cause an error after that
Sub FindIt() Dim rngWB As Range, c As Range Dim strFind As String, firstAddress As String Dim wsCount As Integer, ws As Integer Dim rw As Long strFind = Application.InputBox("Type in the name you wish to find.", "FindIt", Type:=2) Application. ScreenUpdating = False Worksheets.Add(After:=Worksheets(Worksheets.Count)).Name = "Blank" Sheets(1).Select...................................
how to write a vb code to do the following actions with an excel sheet, which contains a dump from SAP. This dump usually consists of anywhere between 25 to 30 columns and about 20000 to 30000 rows…
1. Find all rows which contain “VN” and place it into the sheet Vendor Charges (which already exists). Which could be in any column
2.Find all rows which contain “MT” and place it into the sheet Material Charges (which already exists).
I have attached the excel sheet to better explain what I had in mind. ‘sheet1’ contains the raw data from SAP but, the number of columns varies every time so it cannot be directly sorted by selecting the column. I tried recording a macro but, as I don’t have a constant sheet to work with each time the macro obviously doesn’t work.
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