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    complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    Hi all,

    I think this might be a brain buster. Its very manual for me to do this and I hope of the experts on here can help.

    See sample workbook attached and what I am trying to achieve is in the "NEW DATA" tab.

    You can see the main changes are in the presentation.

    From column O onwards of original data the macro has to look down the column and at the first non-blank cell, copy row the new data page under the heading which corresponds with that column. So every column heading will be presented vertically now on NEW DATA page. Then each row where there is a number in that column will then be copied to NEWDATA under the vertical heading.

    Not sure I am explaining it well. You will see from the data whats changing in the new data page.

    Thanks for your help in advance.
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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    Quote Originally Posted by jindon View Post
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    Very fast! Thank you

    Is there a way we can specify the header row and the column range for the headings?

    My headings are on row 11 and the range is column O to column BX

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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    Then I need to see your actual sheet layouts and then result in a workbook.

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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    Quote Originally Posted by jindon View Post
    Then I need to see your actual sheet layouts and then result in a workbook.
    Its exactly like the sample workbook except the data starts on row 12 - headings in row 11 and then we only want to look down the columns for non 0 values from columns O - BX. Columns O - BX are the names of people as you see in the sample workbook.

    The macro has to filter based on Column O first for all the <> 0 values and then copy to new data - then go to M and do the same and then N etc but from row 12 till row 174.

    It would be good to put these variables in the macro.

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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

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    Its exactly like the sample workbook except the data starts on row 12 - headings in row 11.
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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    Jindon

    Thanks for looking into this.

    Sorry that didn't work as planned as it seems to keep the newdata with 64 columns of amounts instead of just 1 column. It seemed to replicate the column headers. But I want every column header to have a section of its on so if we have 62 columns we will only have 1 column in the new data layout.

    Please see the attached excel which is almost an exact replicate but since there are 64 columns I would not want to confuse everyone so I put a sample so you can get the idea.

    Hope you can help, thanks for your time.
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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    It not the same at all.
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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    That was pretty awesome! THANK YOU!

    One small issue is that the VAT Column should also get a section of its own.

    Would you be able to add a total at the end of every "ACCOUNT" section?

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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    Then I need to see your EXACT desired result in a workbook.

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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    Hello

    I have attached the new format here. I was hoping you could also do the total and the table on the side in the new data page.

    Also, see the VAT payable. That column should also appear in a grid.

    Thanks alot
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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    Hi, sorry now a different thing went wrong. All works except this time it did not add the "ACCOUNT" to the rows. I couldnt work out what to cut and add from the previous code which did add the account code from the column headings to each row of data.

    I think thats all with it, works brilliantly, thank you so much for your help.

    Thanks very much

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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    Ahhh,. Insert one line
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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    Jindon - thanks so much, this all worked out well. I really appreciate you sharing your skills.

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    Re: complicated macro to copy original data and represent in different format in NEW DATA

    You are welcome and thanks for the rep.

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