VBA or Formula Help - Lookup from Data into New Sheet

Johnny Thunder

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  1. 2016
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Hi All,

Hoping this is a quick one.

I have a data sheet (Master) that contains a report of all the products in our inventory, I have a second sheet (dashboard) with a quick snapshots of Promotion Start/Lock dates. Not sure the best way to get the data into the sheet. It could be from a lookup or a Formula. I was leaning more towards the VBA route because I will be refreshing the Master Sheet 3 times a week so I will need a way to find the new last row of data and based on that it will drop in any new Products from the list.

For the dashboard sheet, I only need each product displayed once and I need a total of 8 items (Start/Lock Dates) I have 3 in the example. Any help is appreciated and if any clarifications can be made let me know. Thanks in advance!

Here is the Master Report
Book1
ABCD
1ProductItemStart SaleLock Date
2Hammer10106/22/1807/18/18
3Hammer10207/16/1807/29/18
4Hammer10307/27/1808/08/18
5Hammer10408/09/1808/21/18
6Hammer10510/15/1810/25/18
7Hammer10610/26/1811/07/18
8Hammer10711/08/1811/20/18
9Hammer10811/21/1812/10/18
10Drill10107/04/1807/18/18
11Drill10207/15/1807/29/18
12Drill10307/25/1808/08/18
13Drill10408/07/1808/21/18
14Drill10510/11/1810/25/18
15Drill10610/24/1811/07/18
16Drill10711/06/1811/20/18
17Drill10811/26/1812/10/18
Master


Dashboard Sheet
Book1
ABCDEFGHIJK
1CountProductItem 101Start DateLock DateItem 102Start DateLock DateItem 103Start DateLock Date
28Hammer06/22/1807/18/1807/16/1807/29/1807/27/1808/08/18
38Drill07/04/1807/18/1807/15/1807/29/1807/25/1808/08/18
Dashboard
 

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