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Selecting Cells based on Row value and short new sheet based on Cell value

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    Selecting Cells based on Row value and short new sheet based on Cell value

    Hello

    I am new to this forum but i need help already

    I have a big excel file with schedule for drivers. car fleet nr, and days

    In one row there are weeknr , row below the date , row blow dat the daynames.

    than Collum A is driver

    Now i have filled the rest with the carfleet nr or AG

    Driver have 3 options
    -Saturday / Sunday they change

    1 - They stay driving (same car on Saturday and Sunday)

    2 - They Start driving (Saturday AG, and Sunday Carnr)

    3 - Thy Stop driving ( Saturday has Carnr , and Sunday AG)

    example of 1 week

    Driver 1 Car1 Car1 Car1 Car1 Car1 Car1 Car1 AAG
    Driver 2 AG AG AG AG AG AG AG Car 1
    Driver 3 Car2 Car2 Car2 Car2 Car2 Car2 Car2 Car2

    on a other sheet user enters a weeknr , and button , than it generates a list below this button on that sheet a list that selects and short driver based on the end (Saturday / Sunday ) of that week


    STAY STOP START FREE SICK

    DRIVER3 DRIVER1 DRIVER2


    Of course i have more than 3 drivers , an i have 5 states

    STAY , STOP, START, FREE, SICK

    everytime a user change weeknr this list so renew

    this very hard one i know, i tryed alot of option ith lookup / index / match etc

    any help is welcome with this challenging task

    Greets John
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    Re: advanced VBA

    Hi. Show your file can be trimmed, if it is big. Or just make an example with a real data structure.
    To do it for me and help me it is 2 different things!
    Sorry for my english, blame Google translator

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    Re: advanced VBA

    Hi John,

    Please change the title of the thread to something more descriptive... imagine a google search... "advanced VBA" does not give any indication of what the subject really is.
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    Re: advanced VBA

    Welcome to the Forum John1969!! As a new member, please take the time to review our rules. There aren't many, and they are all important. Rule 1 of our Forum RULES is Your post title should accurately and concisely describe your problem.

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    Re: advanced VBA

    Added the file, this only a example

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    Re: advanced VBA

    i changed the title

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