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    copying rows into another sheet based on a value

    I need help with a code by the way I do not know anything about coding. I have a master sheet and in a certain column i have numbers which represents how many days a client is over due. Therefore, I would like to have 3 sheets, 30 days over due 90 days over due and over 120 days over due. From the master sheet if column C equals 30-89 then that row is copied to 30 days over due sheet and so forth. Also, when a row is copied into 30 days over due when column c reaches 90 i want that row to be moved to the following sheet. So only a row is copied once which would be in 30days sheet then when it would be moved (not copied) to the next sheet.

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    Re: copying rows into another sheet based on a value

    What is the point of the separate sheets? Separate sheets aren't really necessary if you just want to "see" the rows. This is what AutoFilter was designed for, to show you subsets of your data based on specific criteria without having to have separate sheets.

    1) On the main sheet, click on the title row and select Data > Filter > Autofilter
    2) Select the drop down in the correct column and choose CUSTOM
    3) Filter that column for the range(s) you want
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