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i need a code the creates a new sheet but the copies the numbers from the last sheet i created..
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Question by:joshuajoseph09
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by:FernandoFernandes
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why dont you right click on the sheet tab and select create a copy ?
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by:RobSampson
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Hi, what "numbers" are you talking about?  Incrementing the sheet name, or copying data on the sheet?

Rob.
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by:SiddharthRout
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joshuajoseph09: A sample sheet of Before and After scenario will help for a speedy solution :)

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by:joshuajoseph09
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i have a button that creates a new sheet, with todays date. i need a code to copy over a row of numbers from the old sheet and put them into the new
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by:RobSampson
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So is the old sheet just the sheet immediately before the current one?

Something like this might work:

dteToday = InputBox("Enter todays date:")
ActiveWorkbook.Sheets.Add , ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(ActiveWorkbook.Sheets.Count)
Set objNewSheet = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(ActiveWorkbook.Sheets.Count)
objNewSheet.Name = dteToday
Set objPreviousSheet = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(ActiveWorkbook.Sheets.Count - 1)
objPreviousSheet.Range("A1:Z1").Copy objNewSheet.Range("A1")


Regards,

Rob.
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by:joshuajoseph09
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i need it more like this. it needs to copy only the active sheet and make a new sheet and copy over the old data
dteToday = InputBox("Enter todays date:")
ActiveSheet.Select.Copy , ActiveSheet(ActiveSheet.Count)
Set objNewSheet = ActiveSheets(ActiveSheet.Count)
objNewSheet.Name = dteToday
Set objPreviousSheets = ActiveSheet(ActiveSheet.Count - 1)
objPreviousSheets.Range("F11:F16,H11:H16,J11:J16,L11:L16,N11:N16,P11:P16,R11:R16").Copy objNewSheet.Range("AA11:AG16")

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RobSampson earned 2000 total points
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I haven't tested it, but try this.

Regards,

Rob.
dteToday = InputBox("Enter todays date:")
Set objPreviousSheet = ActiveSheet
objPreviousSheet.Copy , ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(ActiveWorkbook.Sheets.Count)
Set objNewSheet = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(ActiveWorkbook.Sheets.Count)
objNewSheet.Name = dteToday
objPreviousSheet.Range("F11:F16,H11:H16,J11:J16,L11:L16,N11:N16,P11:P16,R11:R16").Copy objNewSheet.Range("AA11:AG16")

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