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Copy rows/column to Another worksheet based on cell value

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    Copy rows/column to Another worksheet based on cell value

    New to the forum - hopefully I can find a resolution to something I'm trying to do. I'm using Excel 2003.

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    I want to be able to copy columns D-P and all rows that meet the following criteria:
    Column D (Order Qty) on "Equipment Order List" worksheet is greater than 0, copy to "Equipment Order Final"

    Also, where would I put this code?

    Thanks in advance
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    Re: Copy rows/column to Another worksheet based on cell value

    Why not use Advanced Filter?

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    Re: Copy rows/column to Another worksheet based on cell value

    In addition to what JieJenn has suggested if you were to want to use a macro this could be one way of doing it.

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    Re: Copy rows/column to Another worksheet based on cell value

    Quote Originally Posted by JieJenn View Post
    Why not use Advanced Filter?
    That's true, I could do that....not sure why I was trying to make it so difficult LOL

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    Re: Copy rows/column to Another worksheet based on cell value

    Quote Originally Posted by stnkynts View Post
    In addition to what JieJenn has suggested if you were to want to use a macro this could be one way of doing it.

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    thanks...I will give this a try also

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