macro search find string

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    Macro that will Find, copy, and paste

    Hello, I have a workbook that has two sheets. On the first sheet is a list of approximately 30 text strings (i.e.: customer is not happy, not negotiable, no one cares, etc). The second sheet has multiple columns from A:EF and approximately 785 rows. The data I am searching for is in column...
  2. D

    Excel Macro Help

    I want to select all rows that has the string "Apples" in a cell in column B. I want to copy and paste these cells into a new worksheet. I also want to be able to search for "Oranges" and "Passionfruit" etc. Is there a way to do this?
  3. C

    Macro help - search and if found, do

    Hi all I am very stuck. Here's what I am trying to do: - Sheet1 Cell D4 has a drop down list containing names. - I need a macro to search through Sheet2 column D for that name - IF found, then take some action (I have written code for this) - ELSE (ie. if not found) do nothing. I am a VBA...

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