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Guys

Im working on a project and need a little help with a excel vb code.

I have 2 worksheets

Plan
Rolling Plan

in Rolling plan in cell B4 I have a numeric value
in Plan I have a list of numbers in column A1 going down to A100

what I would like is what ever value is in Rolling Plan B4 to look up the value and just select it in the Plan sheet.


Any help would be appreciated

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Darren
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by:Rob Henson
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Return the equivalent value from Plan or physically select it??

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by:DarrenJackson
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Just physically select it

so if cell b4 in rolling plan = 5 then I want the cell that has the number 5 in the Plan worksheet to be selected

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by:Rob Henson
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So, effectively do a find on the sheet and go to that cell?

To get the syntax of the Find routine, use the VB Recorder to record while doing the find manually.

I suggest you highlight the search area (A1:A100) before instigating the search and select the option for Match Entire cell contents.

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by:DarrenJackson
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Sorry Rob I was after some vb code to do this so that I can just press a button and it will do this for me.

Sorry for not making this clear
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Rob Henson earned 2000 total points
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Try this:
Sub Find()
    FindValue = Sheets("Rolling Plan").Range("B4").Value
    Sheets("Plan").Select
    Range("A1:A100").Select
    
    Selection.Find(What:=FindValue, After:=ActiveCell, LookIn:=xlValues, LookAt:= _
        xlWhole, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlNext, MatchCase:=False _
        , SearchFormat:=False).Activate
    ActiveCell.Offset(0, 0).Select
End Sub

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by:Rob Henson
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Once you have the cell in Plan selected, what are you planning to do with it?
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by:DarrenJackson
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What I want is the value in rolling plan is an ID it will match the value in plan
The rolling plan is a form and will have data that I want to copy over from this form and place in the cells to the right of the cell in PLAN worksheet.

As the form has multiple cells filled in they will have a match on the column in the PLAN sheet.

its a register and the form feeds the register

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by:Rob Henson
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So effectively you want to identify the row location so that you can extract other data from the same row; to continue from the above:

ActiveCell.Offset(0, 0).Select
R = ActiveCell.Row

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You can then use the R as a variable when you need to identify values from the same row.

For example:
Cells(R,1).Value

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would get value from row R and column 1 (column A)

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Thanks Rob
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