I am requesting assistance with the coding of a VB macro. Please see attached spreadsheet. In the attached, a macro was created to copy data from the 'CSV' tab into the 'Template' tab (upon running, the final result would appear in the 'Results' tab). The current macro is written for Part I - Fleet (the first table in the 'template' tab, rows 14-49).
Our customers now require additional information for each airline customer. They want to see the employee count. In the 'template' tab I created another table, Part II - Fleet and Personnel (rows 53-63). Unfortunately, my programmer cannot provide the data set needed for Parts I & II in one Excel spreadsheet, thus, tab 'CSV2' has data for Part II.
Can the current macro be updated so that when it runs, it continues to place the data for Part I into the first table, and then places the data for Part II into the second table?
I have attempted to update the program, and had no luck at all (it would embarassing to place it online that is how bad it was!). The "Current Results" is what the code is currently doing. The "Desired Results" is what I am trying to accomplish. When it is completed, each airline should only have 1 page. Though in there are only two airlines of data in the attached, this spreadsheet will be used for 100+ airlines.
Please advise with any questions. Thank you as always for your help!
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