Data copy from one sheet if any changes to the fields in the dataset

harinsh

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I hope you can help me with on requirement, I have 10 columns data in Sheet1 and during my working, I can change any data in these columns...but usually, these changes anywhere in the row...same data in Sheet2 and whatever changes to in sheet1 should automatically replace the values in Sheet2...


I am not sure if this can be done via formula or macro, could you please check let me know how can get this done...


Thank you
 

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My Aswer Is This

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If you want Sheet(2) to be a exact copy of Sheet(1) why not wait till end of each day and Make a new coy of Sheet(1).

Would this really need to happen immediately any time you make a change to Sheet(1)
 

harinsh

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Hi, Original dataset in sheet 1 which has all 10 columns, however, in Sheet1 only a few columns (selected) assume only 5 columns...if I change any row/cell information should replace the original value...I think I need to bring some unique number by assigning number 1 to n for each row for uniqueness but not able to proceed further...

For example....in sheet one you have something like Name/Date/Status/Amt/Type/Place columns and the second sheet has additional columns including these 5. If anything changes in the date or amount should get reflected in the second sheet...
 

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