Jul 14, 2008
So this is the problem, there are 65 files that are stored in a folder, each file has 8 tabs, all these tabs within each file are identical in every aspect ( i.e cell ranges and names). The max number of rows in a tab is 81. To break it down:
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Tab 1 : Instructions (this will never change and will always be constant among all 65 files)
Tab 2: Row 1 will be the same for all files, rows 2-9 i don't need, except for the info on cell C3 which I need to be copied through S11:S33. S10 needs to equal A3 with the format of R10. And then just have the next files tab info below this table with the same logic being followed.
Tab 3: Same logic as tab 2 but now the range is from S11:S53.
Tab4: Same logic, just copy and paste tables for all files, and doing the same thing with column S hat was done in tab 2 in order to be able to filter tha data.
Tab 5: Same logic, with H1 being filled by the descriptor on Tab2( This will enable one to filter though the information since the descriptor in cell 3 from tab 2 is the short name given to each files which differentiates the data.
Tab 6; Same logic
Tab7: Same logic, but would like a drop down box on right to filter by service centers.
Tab 8: Same logic, but would like to have drop down on rigt in which I can select the given short name ( i.e cell 3 from tab 2 of each file)
This way I can have one master file which encompasses all the information from all 65 files in one file and be able to sort through the data in each tab by the short name description. I need a macro for this since these files get updated in a weekly basis.
Any help on writting such a code would be greatly appreciated, my excel VBA skills are non existent!. I have attached the template of how one of these files looks like. There all the same except with different names of course and all are stored in one folder.