Printing Different Dates In Sequence For Each Copy Of Same Sheet
Mar 25, 2014
I am trying to print a daily form for work. I want to include the day and date on each page, with the date changing for each copy. I would like to be able to input the start date, and then have each copy follow with sequential dates.
I have a list of dates in column A as shown below & I want to get a count formula in column B for the # of dates in sequence. When the date sequence breaks a new count should be done at the end of the next sequence. The formula should be 1 I can put in cell B1 and copy down so that there are blanks & a count is only done at the end of the date sequence like in cell B4 or B7 below.
Col A Col B Date Count 1 12-Oct 2 13-Oct 3 14-Oct 4 15-Oct4 5 17-Oct 6 18-Oct 7 19-Oct3
I thought I may of been able to get away with just using a simple macro which I could duplicate to copy all the cells in a column between 2 and 251 and
pasting them to another column on another sheet and it only referencing the available text within the first column, but it would appear to be referencing the
blank cells as well, which is creating errors for another function using this column.
So ideally I would like a macro to copy just the text data from a column within the range (F2:F251) on worksheet "Expansion". All the cells have formulas in them which create a unique text string from other cells on the same sheet.
Not all the cells within the column will be populated with text strings at the same time, but the rows of text will always start at "F2" and fill down without blank cells between the list of text strings.
The list of text strings will then be copied over to a different worksheet "AG-1" and pasted into column "A" starting at cell "A2".
This function is then repeated 14 more times for (G2:G251) through to (T2:T251) each pasted to different worksheets "AG-2" through to "AG-15" respectively, in column "A" starting at "A2".
The first column to be found in the process with a blank cell in the starting row of that column, would deem the process complete. Otherwise continue the
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