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Excel: Checking values in multiple cells and transferring values to another worksheet

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by techie_003, Jun 21, 2006.

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    techie_003 Thread Starter

    Jun 21, 2006
    This is the code i got so far it will go though and pick the users that have the appropriate status "A" and paid "No". I need it to then copy those users that are appropriate to the Mail Extract sheet. I think i am ment to have a Dim or something in there arn't I. The macro is under the Modual 1 Thingy... If you can help me please do so PLEASE. The data to be copyed is on the Band Members sheet.

    Sub MailExtract01()

    !!! I know i need some DIM stuff here too!!!

    'If filtering
    Sheets("Band Members").Select
    ActiveCell.Offset(0, 5).Range("A1").Select
    For Each Cell In Range("Status")
    If ActiveCell.Text = "A" And Selection.Offset(0, 2).Text = "No" Then

    !!! This is where i need the copy code to go, I think !!!

    End If
    Next Cell
    Sheets("Mail Extract").Select
    End Sub

    I need the code to filter though every person and check if the status is “A” and the Paid is “No”. After the filtering I need every person with an “A” under Status and “No” under Paid to be copied to the “Mail Extract” worksheet. I have got all the code to filter though the cells but how do i get this to then copy the appropriate members to the "Mail Extract sheet. There is a code of the file i am working on attached to this post.

    Any help will be great. The is for my Tafe course and i am stuck please HELP!

    Thanks Techie_003

    Attached Files:

    • Band.xls
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