Thread: copy & paste
06-20-09, 05:18 #1Registered User
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- Apr 2009
Unanswered: copy & paste
I’ve got a workbook with two work sheets.
Worksheet 1 = “PAYMENTS & CHANGE”
Worksheet 2 = “RECORDS”
In worksheet 1 I enter the customer name(I will actually use a name and ID number) and payment.
I want to create a command button on worksheet 1 (lets name it PROCCESS) with a macro that will search through my list of customers in worksheet 2 and paste the payment and change information in the appropriate cells next to the corresponding customer’s name. I am going to have about 2000+ customers. So manually entering the data will take a very long time.
I have attached an example of the worksheet if it helps. The worksheets are protected so that people can’t change information. The password for both sheets is 1234.
I will appreciate any help.
06-25-09, 18:16 #2Grumpy old man (training)
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- Surrey, UK
Right, what you want is possible, but I'm not sure that it's a good idea. Every time someone makes another payment or other transaction, you'll be over-writing their prior one. Also, if you ever end up with two customers of the same name, you'll only record transactions against the first one.
If you like, I can knock something up for it.10% of magic is knowing something that no-one else does. The rest is misdirection.
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