Need Help with Macro Button to add 1 to cell based on dropdowns (Row/Column)


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Jan 28, 2015
I am having trouble with a macro button, that links to two drop-down boxes. My main sheet (YYD), has two drop-down boxes that reference my other sheet (Data). The first drop-down in YYD!F12 selects a row and the second drop-down in YYD!F17 selects the column on my 'Data' Sheet. I just need a macro that when I click a button, I have created, it references the two drop downs for row/column and adds +1 to that cell on my data sheet.

I have made the Lookup formula for the sheet 'YYD' so the user can see the value currently in the cell select by the 2 drop-downs, but haven't came up with any ideas on where to start with the macro.

Lookup Formula for Drop-downs -

If any one could help me put together a macro that would work for this, Any help would be much appreciated.

Or if you need more info, or have any question I would be glad to help.

Thank you.

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