match two cell values on different sheets if they match then copy other cells.

muddyspudz

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Hi, I'm not sure if i can explain this well but what I have is a column of numbers on 1 sheet, column A,

these will be manually put in over time, so 1 and each row has information that i need to send to another sheet if the number matches
the number on my other sheet, in the cell J30, then if the number matches i would like to copy certain cells from sheet1 to sheet2.

I'm not sure how to do this, as i need it to match the cell J30 only.

That is what I would like help on if possible please,

I'm sorry to be a pain.

so in recap,

the user will enter 1 in column A on sheet 1,
I would like this number to look at cell "J30" on sheet 2 and if it matches this number (1)
then have the macro copy cells "D5, F5, G5 and H5 from sheet 1, to sheet 2 cells "A13, C13, F13 and J13.
if the number does not match i would like the macro to ignore it and carry on until all the rows with this number have been copied.

i will also need to do this for numbers 1 -26, (in column A on sheet 1)

if someone can help get me started that would be amazing, again sorry if this is confusing i will of course answer any questions.
Thank you so much.
 

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fadee2

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  1. 2019
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hi muddyspudz,

Welcome to the board.

I would suggest providing part of your worksheet or sample data along with the query, using xl2bb addin or dropbox or onedrive. that would make it easier for everyone trying to help to better understand and suggest solutions accordingly, rather then interpreting the query and making assumptions.
 

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