Macro to copy and paste specific values

kjono1

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[FONT=&quot]I volunteer for my local scout group and wish to create a report that shows which badges have been completed, which are in progress and which have not been started. This is to make building a program easier as we can see what badges to work around.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Currently we use a system that allows us to download an excel spreadsheet that provides each badge on a separate worksheet and displays the required information as follows:[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]| First Name | Last Name | Completed | Awarded Date | Req 1 | Req 2 | Req 3 |[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]and the name of the worksheet is the badges name. The number of requirements vary per badge.

I currently have a macro that calculates the percentage completed of each badge based on the number of requirements with data in them. This puts the values in the next column after the last requirement.
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I also have a macro that adds "percentage Completed" as a header above this.

After this, I made a macro that creates a new sheet at the end on the workbook and calls it "Final Report" that copies the names of the previous worksheets (the name of each badge) and pastes them along row 1 of "Final Report" starting at column C:
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[FONT=&quot]What I am trying to do:[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]I now what to copy the First and Last Names of each person and paste it in Columns A and B respectively of "Final Report"[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Then I want to copy the values of the Percentage Completed for each person and each badge and paste them in to the table in the respective areas.[/FONT]
 

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