Re-create a form

one_more_cave_dweller

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I have a form filled out daily with approximately 30 cells spread out all over the sheet. I have a macro that copies each days information to another spreadsheet horizontally (i.e. cell a1 =1/1/05 and the information for that day is in the next 30 columns on row 1). Is it possible to create a sheet that the user could choose a date (maybe from a drop down menu) and have a macro copy and paste the information for that day into a blank form, thus re-creating that days form.

Thanks :pray:
 

Excel Facts

Select all contiguous cells
Pressing Ctrl+* (asterisk) will select the "current region" - all contiguous cells in all directions.
Sure.

If you copy your form, and add a Data-->Validation list for the date, you can use VLOOKUP in the 30 cells and reference the date in your summary sheet.

Hope that helps,

Smitty
 
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