simple report by date (last 7 days) - structure has changed.

splreece

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Morning all,

I've been using a great piece of code given generously on this forum, however the structure of the file has now changed and Ive altered the code but the script keeps giving runtime errors.

The file has the following user input cells:

F1 = Date from
H1 = Date to

(so the user can select the date range they want).

----the data----

Each row holds a date (column A) and columns D through M hold customer information needed for the report.

The data that is being searched starts in row 4 (titles are in row 3).


--------Output-------

I need the user to be able to produce a report based on their date range (matching any date in column a against the user input) and then producing a report to include cell data from columns D through M for that particular row.


the report would need to include titles in row 3 automatically and I am struggling to change what I thought were independent variables.

Any thoughts are appreciated:

Current code:#

Sub GetDataBetweenDates()
Dim aData, aResults, aRws, aCols
Dim rws As Long, cols As Long, lr As Long
Dim i As Long, j As Long, x As Long, y As Long
Dim sDate As Long, eDate As Long

aCols = Array(4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13)
cols = UBound(aCols) - LBound(aCols) + 1
ReDim Preserve aCols(1 To cols)
lr = Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row
aRws = Evaluate("Row(4:" & lr & ")")
aData = Application.Index(Cells, aRws, aCols)
rws = UBound(aData, 1)
ReDim aResults(1 To rws, 1 To UBound(aCols) - 1)
sDate = Range("F1").Value
eDate = Range("g1").Value
For j = 1 To cols
If j <> 4 Then
y = y + 1
aResults(1, y) = aData(1, j)
End If
Next j
x = 1
For i = 2 To rws
If aData(i, 4) >= sDate Then
If aData(i, 4) <= eDate Then
x = x + 1
y = 0
For j = 1 To cols
If j <> 4 Then
y = y + 1
aResults(x, y) = aData(i, j)
End If
Next j
End If
End If
Next i
Sheets.Add After:=ActiveSheet
Range("A1").Resize(x + 1, cols - 1).Value = aResults
End Sub
 

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