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    Default Query Sheet?

    I'm not 100% sure as to which, if any, of Easy-XL's options I can use to update my reports.

    I'm pulling a report from a proprietary database and it exports to Excel. I do this every quarter. The majority of the information is the same, but there are two or three fields that can change. I need to find and update my original worksheet with the changes.

    What I've done in the past is to merge both the original worksheet and the new report, using a different font color for the newer information, then sort them on the job number from smallest to largest, then manually go through and compare the old row to the new row and see if any of the information has changed. If there's new information, I keep the updated row and delete the old.

    Please tell me there's a much easier way for me to get this done! It wasn't too long of a process when I started doing it three years ago, but our company has grown and the list just isn't getting any shorter...I'd be happy to supply you with any additional info you'd need to help!

    TIA!

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    Please send an example workbook to me at support at easy-xl.com

    I will attempt to show how Easy-XL could be used to consolidate your data.

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