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Excel Macro Programming question

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Rampant_Bloating, Feb 15, 2011.

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  1. Rampant_Bloating

    Rampant_Bloating Thread Starter

    Feb 15, 2011
    Hello to the members of Tech Support. This is my first post, so thanks in advance for the help! So here is goes.

    -I have 9 worksheets with approximately 77500 rows and 23 columns of data between all nine.
    -At the top of the worksheet I have a table data running from E7 to N7. This data is carried over from the previous month's data.
    -Column AA has a formula: =Z13+(O13-Q13)*3340.4
    Where Z13 is the first row where the data begins, and Z### is where the data ends. Rows of data vary from month to month. The formula carries on such that row 14 uses the same formula but insert 14 vice 13. The number 3340.4 is the number found in cell E7 and always the multiplier in the formula.
    -Column AA on worksheet 2 requires the same formula. =Z13+(O13-Q13)*4567.3. However note that the 4567.3 is the next number over in cell F7 and is now the multiplier until the last row.
    -Worksheet 2 has a different number of rows (which also varies from month to month.).
    -The data for each month is always found in cells E7-N7.

    Worksheet 3 would use date in G7 and so on....

    Any help with the coding of this Macro would be greatly appreciated.


    Can someone help me with the macro to automatically
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