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    Hello everyone, Iím new to the forum and still teething in VBA.
    My spread sheet holds data with input dates recorded. Periodically there is a requirement to remove and copy elsewhere data that is older than 365 days using the Auto Filter. I have a macro that , on first pass, selects the required dates older than 365 days copies and pastes but on the 2nd execution of the macro with a different date required it doesnít work. Looking at the code the date is not changed. Is there a way around this problem? I am also experiencing a problem finding the next available empty cell in which to copy. I have used serial numbers for dates having first had trouble with dates in dd/mm/yyyy format. I would be grateful for any guidance thank you.
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    Re: Dynamic dates in VBA

    You may want to try this:

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    Re: Dynamic dates in VBA

    Thank you Elcaris. Having copied and pasted your example into a new module it halts at
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    Re: Dynamic dates in VBA

    looks like you need sheets named data! and olddata!
    have you changed sheetname olddata! in code to match your sheet name. (or rename your sheet to olddata)
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    Thanks martindwilson, could'nt see the wood for the trees!! works a treat now.

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