Take Info from One Sheet to Create Multiple Sheets - Itemized Bills / Invoices

wad06

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I've done a lot of searching and found several similar questions and answers, but I haven't been able to adapt the answers in a way that works for me (actually, I've spent several hours on this and failed miserably).

I need to bill projects by the time spent and different hourly rates. I have created a sheet with 8 columns (A-H). Column C is titled Client. At month end, I need to create separate sheets for each different client in Column C that also brings along the info contained in Columns A, B, D, and E (but not F, G, and H) - this will serve as an itemized bill. I'd also like each sheet to have a cell that totals the amount of time (Column E) and another cell that shows the total owed (it multiplies the total time for each biller by an hourly rate for each biller (info contained on a separate sheet), then adds them all together).

I would attach a sample sheet, but I can't find a way to do so.

Thanks in advance. I've been a long time lurker here, and this forum has been invaluable. This is the first time a search hasn't answered my question, hence my first post.

Will
 

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wad06

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If it helps to describe the two operative sheets:

Sheet 1 ("Time")

Column A = Time Keeper
Column B = Date
Column C = Client
Column D = Description
Column E = Time
Column F = Notes
Column G = Total Hours
Column H = Final Notes

Sheet 2 ("Clients")

Column A = Client Number
Column B = Client Name
Column C = Blank Column
Column D = AAA (first biller)
Column E = BBB (second biller)
Column F = CCC (third biller)
Column G = DDD (fourth biller)
Column H = EEE (fifth biller)
Column I = FFF (sixth biller)
(Each biller column contains the rates for each biller for each client)

Thanks again!

Will
 

wad06

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This thread has gotten lots of views but no replies. Is this too complicated or time consuming? I'll admit openly that this would be the first VBA issue I've ever had, and I'm not sure how much goes into coding the solution. Is it something I should hire someone to do? If so, what should it cost?

Thanks,

Will
 

wad06

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One last bump for my old question...

This thread has gotten lots of views but no replies. Is this too complicated or time consuming? I'll admit openly that this would be the first VBA issue I've ever had, and I'm not sure how much goes into coding the solution. Is it something I should hire someone to do? If so, what should it cost?

Thanks,

Will
 

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