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Macro to Conditionally Copy-Paste Certain Cells

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    Macro to Conditionally Copy-Paste Certain Cells

    Hi all,

    After two weeks of developing and testing, my macro is almost ready! There’s just one small component left that I can’t seem to figure out. It involves conditional copy-pasting. Here are some more details:

    The macro should search column A starting with A2. Each time a cell in column A contains the string “Status,” it should:
    1. Move down 1 cell
    2. Move 10 cells to the right
    3. Copy that cell
    4. Move 10 cells left, 2 cells up (1 above “status”)
    5. Paste
    6. Move down 2 cells so that it can continue searching the column for “Status”

    Any ideas or suggestions are much appreciated!
    Last edited by succel; 08-10-2010 at 09:47 AM.

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    re: Copy-Paste Macro

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    re: Copy-Paste Macro

    Thanks! That works perfectly.

    Is there any way to merge and center the pasted cell across columns A through H?

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