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Posted on 2014-04-02
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Hi Experts,

I just need to Merge this two VBA Macro in to one.
Sub Demo()

    Dim wbCurrent As Workbook, wbData As Workbook, wbResult As Workbook
    
    Set wbCurrent = ActiveWorkbook
    Set wbData = Workbooks.Open("H:\4.Trading Master\Thunderbolt\Simple Excel Formula\Data.xlsx")
    Set wbResult = Workbooks.Open("H:\4.Trading Master\Thunderbolt\Simple Excel Formula\Result.xlsx")

    If wbData.Sheets(1).Name = wbResult.Sheets(1).Name Then
    
        wbData.Activate
        wbData.Sheets(1).Range("A1:F" & Range("F1048576").End(xlUp).Row).Copy
        wbCurrent.Activate
        Range("A1").PasteSpecial

        wbResult.Activate
        wbResult.Sheets(1).Range("A3:C3").Copy
        wbCurrent.Activate
        Range("L3:N3").PasteSpecial

    End If
    
    wbData.Close False
    wbResult.Close False

End Sub

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Sub Demo2()

    Dim wbCurrent As Workbook, wbData As Workbook, wbResult As Workbook
    Dim varData() As String
    
    Set wbCurrent = ActiveWorkbook
    Set wbData = Workbooks.Open("H:\4.Trading Master\Thunderbolt\Simple Excel Formula\Data.xlsx")
    Set wbResult = Workbooks.Open("H:\4.Trading Master\Thunderbolt\Simple Excel Formula\Result.xlsx")

    If wbData.Sheets(1).Name <> wbResult.Sheets(1).Name Then
    
        wbData.Activate
        wbData.Sheets(1).Range("A1:F" & Range("F1048576").End(xlUp).Row).Copy
        wbCurrent.Activate
        Range("A1").PasteSpecial

        varData = Split(InputBox("Please enter value for L3:N3, seperated by a space.", "Data input"), " ")
        
        wbCurrent.Sheets(1).Range("L3").Value = varData(0)
        wbCurrent.Sheets(1).Range("M3").Value = varData(1)
        wbCurrent.Sheets(1).Range("N3").Value = varData(2)

    End If
    
    wbData.Close False
    wbResult.Close False

End Sub

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Sub Demo()

    Dim wbCurrent As Workbook, wbData As Workbook, wbResult As Workbook

    Set wbCurrent = ActiveWorkbook
    Set wbData = Workbooks.Open("H:\4.Trading Master\Thunderbolt\Simple Excel Formula\Data.xlsx")
    Set wbResult = Workbooks.Open("H:\4.Trading Master\Thunderbolt\Simple Excel Formula\Result.xlsx")

    wbData.Activate

    If wbData.Sheets(1).Name = wbResult.Sheets(1).Name Then
        wbData.Sheets(1).Range("A1:F" & Range("F1048576").End(xlUp).Row).Copy
        wbCurrent.Activate
        Range("A1").PasteSpecial

        wbResult.Activate
        wbResult.Sheets(1).Range("A3:C3").Copy
        wbCurrent.Activate
        Range("L3:N3").PasteSpecial
    Else
        wbData.Sheets(1).Range("A1:F" & Range("F1048576").End(xlUp).Row).Copy
        wbCurrent.Activate
        Range("A1").PasteSpecial

        varData = Split(InputBox("Please enter value for L3:N3, seperated by a space.", "Data input"), " ")

        wbCurrent.Sheets(1).Range("L3").Value = varData(0)
        wbCurrent.Sheets(1).Range("M3").Value = varData(1)
        wbCurrent.Sheets(1).Range("N3").Value = varData(2)

    End If

    wbData.Close False
    wbResult.Close False

End Sub

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Thank You
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May I ask new question for same context?
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Go ahead.
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by:itjockey
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to frame it will take 5 min... pls Waite as I don't know which part of world you are living...may late there...
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Here it is New Link.

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