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Nov 12, 2009

In Column A row 4 of sheet1 I have an account name, for example Sonic, and I have a sheet named the account name, Sonic. In Column B row 4, of sheet1, I would like to return the value in Column B row 3 in sheet named Sonic, or the account named sheet.

I have about 50 different account names along Column A in sheet1, and the same account name sheets opened in the same workbook. Is there a good formula or vba code that will work for all the values in Column A of sheet1 to look for the same named sheet and return the values off of that? Note: on the account sheets in Column A it says ‘Account’ for all of them.. this wasn’t a mistype

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I attached an example : example.xlsx

Sheet 1

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Originally Posted by Code

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' Macro recorded 2/26/2007 by bpillsbu

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