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    Excel spreadsheet - if cells = confirmed, move specific cells to next available row on new

    So basically this is what I'm working on but not an excel expert and it's giving me a headache, when on the "New orders" (source page) sheet, once Column "O'' is marked as confirmed I want it to copy and paste cells from column C,D,E,F,M in the row and move to the next available row on the "Confirmed Orders"(destination page) sheet to the column & cells D,E,F,G,M On the "Confirmed Orders" sheet eventually it will start to fill up and get full, id like a way to archive the data without deleting all of the formulas. When the archive box is checked it should come up with a prompt window saying "Are you sure you want to archive this job?". Really appreciate the help

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    Re: Excel spreadsheet - if cells = confirmed, move specific cells to next available row on

    double posted: https://www.excelforum.com/excel-pro...ow-on-new.html
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    Re: Excel spreadsheet - if cells = confirmed, move specific cells to next available row on

    Welcome to the Forum, unfortunately this is a duplicate post and as such will now be closed, you may continue in your other thread.

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