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Mulitiple Excel sheets Exported to Multiple Notepad Documents

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by knighttrow, Jun 9, 2009.

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    My bosses want me to create some vb code that moves 4 excel worksheets within the same excel workbook to 4 separate Notepad Documents in a different folder called output. The name of each sheet should appear as a header and a footer as well as the name of the document. It is located in cell J4.The data comes from cells starting at (C7 - infinite, D7 - Infinite, G7- infinite) stopping if there is no value in C. Also there is a yes or no question for each line starting in Cell J7-infinite, if true it should say "Not Null" if not it should say "Null". There are specific formatting issues as well. (see below) Dots are spaces and data must appear exactly as below with Column Name, Data Type, (Size), and Not Null as headings.

    CREATE TABLE PS_NFS_HOSPITAL_MS
    (
    Column Name................Data Type....(Size)...... Not Null?
    Column Name................Data Type....(Size)...... Not Null
    Column Name................Data Type....(Size)...... Not Null
    Column Name................Data Type....(Size)...... Not Null
    etc.
    )
    TABLE PS_NFS_HOSPITAL_MS
     
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