Copy Select Cells in For Each loop - VBA

Jlopez21887

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I have macro that loops though a WS to find a value of Late in Column W. I copy that row to a new Sheet currently Called Destination Cells.

Currently when the word "Late" is found the action is to copy the entire row to the Destination sheet.

For this report I only need 6-8 Columns to be copied to the destination sheet instead of the entire row. Columns are D-G, R-T, W and AD

AS you can see my last step is to delete unneeded columns but that is becoming cumbersome as the sheet is quite large.

I need to copy only the select cells in that row and then paste to the Destination sheet.

The code part that needs editing is
Code:
"[COLOR=#574123]txt.EntireRow.Copy Worksheets("DestinationCells").Range("A" & rowValue)"
[/COLOR]

Thank you for any help.


Code:
Sub LateStatusReport()

 Dim lastRow As Double
 Dim rowValue As Integer
 Dim txt As Range
 Dim shname As String
 Dim newWS As Worksheet ' eventually set up to create new sheet every time



 Application.ScreenUpdating = False
 Application.DisplayAlerts = False


 
    Worksheets("DestinationCells").Activate
    Worksheets("DestinationCells").Range("A3:AJ50").Delete
    DestinationCellRow = Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row


[COLOR=#008000]   ' Eventually move to deleting worksheet and recreating new every run
    'Sheets("DestinationCells").Delete
    ' Set newWS = Sheets.Add(After:=Sheets(Worksheets.count))
    'ActiveSheet.Name =  "DestinationCells"[/COLOR]
    
    


    
[COLOR=#008000]   'Find if user input sheet exists[/COLOR]
  
   Do Until WorksheetExists(shname)
       shname = InputBox("Enter sheet name")
       If Not WorksheetExists(shname) Then MsgBox shname & " doesn't exist!", vbExclamation
    Loop




[COLOR=#008000]'select user input sheet and get last row[/COLOR]
    Sheets(shname).Select
    lastRow = Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row


[COLOR=#008000]'copy header rows[/COLOR]
    Worksheets(shname).Range("A1:AJ3").Copy _
    Destination:=Worksheets("DestinationCells").Range("A1")


[COLOR=#008000]'set paste row to row 4 to avoid header[/COLOR]
    rowValue = 4
    
[COLOR=#008000]
'find if the value "Late" in Column W, if yes paste data to new sheet[/COLOR]
    
    For Each txt In Sheets(shname).Range("W2:W" & lastRow)
        If txt.Value = "Late" Then
            [COLOR=#008000] 'copy and paste to Destination sheet[/COLOR]
            txt.EntireRow.Copy Worksheets("DestinationCells").Range("A" & rowValue)
            rowValue = rowValue + 1
        End If
    Next txt
    

[COLOR=#008000] 'Delete Columns that are not needed[/COLOR]
  Sheets("DestinationCells").Range("A:A,B:B,C:C,H:H,I:I,J:J,K:K,L:L,M:M,N:N,O:O,P:P,Q:Q,U:U,X:X,Y:Y,Z:Z,AA:AA,AB:AB,AC:AC").EntireColumn.Delete
    
 Application.ScreenUpdating = True
 Application.DisplayAlerts = True
 


ActiveWorkbook.Save



 End Sub
 

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Rather than looping through the cells, youl'd be better using an autofilter
Code:
Sub LateStatusReport()

 Dim lastRow As Double
 Dim rowValue As Integer
 Dim txt As Range
 Dim shname As String
 Dim newWS As Worksheet ' eventually set up to create new sheet every time



 Application.ScreenUpdating = False
 Application.DisplayAlerts = False


 
    Worksheets("DestinationCells").Activate
    Worksheets("DestinationCells").Range("A3:AJ50").Delete
    DestinationCellRow = Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row


   ' Eventually move to deleting worksheet and recreating new every run
    'Sheets("DestinationCells").Delete
    ' Set newWS = Sheets.Add(After:=Sheets(Worksheets.count))
    'ActiveSheet.Name =  "DestinationCells"
    
    


    
   'Find if user input sheet exists
  
   Do Until WorksheetExists(shname)
       shname = InputBox("Enter sheet name")
       If Not WorksheetExists(shname) Then MsgBox shname & " doesn't exist!", vbExclamation
    Loop




'select user input sheet and get last row
    Sheets(shname).Select
    lastRow = Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row


'copy header rows
    Worksheets(shname).Range("A1:AJ3").Copy _
    Destination:=Worksheets("DestinationCells").Range("A1")


'set paste row to row 4 to avoid header
    rowValue = 4
    

'find if the value "Late" in Column W, if yes paste data to new sheet
    
   With Sheets(shname)
      .Range("A3:AJ3").AutoFilter 23, "Late"
      .AutoFilter.Range.Offset(1).EntireRow.Copy Worksheets("DestinationCells").Range("A4")
      .AutoFilterMode = False
   End With
    

 'Delete Columns that are not needed
  Sheets("DestinationCells").Range("A:C,H:Q,U:U,X:AC").EntireColumn.Delete
    
 Application.ScreenUpdating = True
 Application.DisplayAlerts = True
 


ActiveWorkbook.Save



 End Sub
 

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