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Data Update in Next Available Row in the Selected Sheet

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by balkrishna, Jul 22, 2013.

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  1. balkrishna

    balkrishna Thread Starter

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    I have a worksheet in which name is “Master” sheet where there have 26 columns of data for our office employees. In the Z column I have mentioned only status of the employee i.e. Present / Resigned & I have given formula of data validation. In this file I have another 2 sheets which is “Present” & another is “Resigned”. My query is when I will select “Present” from Z column of Master sheet only 15 columns will be copied (i.e. A to O) without header & paste it in the Present sheet in the below available row. And when I will select “Resigned” , data will be copied of A to J column & paste it in the Resigned sheet. Last it will check the duplicates & delete it form both sheets.
     
  2. Zack Barresse

    Zack Barresse

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    Hi there, welcome to the board!

    I will suggest you have one sheet for input and then (possibly 2 sheets for) an output. Sounds like a PivotTable for each output desired. You shouldn't be deleting any data, it's generally bad habits and throws red flags for me. Can you set this up as a PivotTable? I'm not sure how familiar you are with Excel, or even what version you're working with. While we can do this in a macro, I'm not sure we should.
     
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