Copy Data to New Workbook based on two conditions

ikflash

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Hi All,

I had a pretty good search around the net, I can find the ability to move to a new workbook based on one condition.

Great Example by Ron: http://www.rondebruin.nl/copy5_3.htm

However I am not experienced very well in VBA editing.

Can someone please assist by manipulating this code to allow for all data to be moved to a new workbook based on changes in columns A and M?

The Range of Data is Columns A - AD.

Or if you can advise of a source I have overlooked that would be much appreciated.

Thanks
Patrick
 

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