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Copy rows from sheet based on selected values and paste into new sheet

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Hello,
I have attached a sample workbook. I want to copy the rows from Sheet 2 that have the same 'Tally' values as Sheet 1  and paste them into Sheet 3.  Can this be done with a macro or formula? Annotation is always appreciated.

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JE
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You can do that with an advance filter, and you could put it in a macro. See the attached screencast.

name your data (you need that for filter between tabs)
goto sheet 3
advanced filter
fill in parameters

you're done

Thomas
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Thanks.
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Glad to help. Thanks for the grade.

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