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How to Loop a column to find a company name, take its Drawn Value and copy and paste to another tab

Hi Guys, if you look at the attachment,in the "WTD commentary" tab, I have to populate column E with the "Drawn" balance of the companies in column B from the other tab "Daily GSFI PL" but in the column I. How can I create a Loop to do this in VBA code where it Loops down Column B from the tab "Daily GSFI PL, takes the data 8 columns along, copies and pastes it to the appropriate company in the WTD commentary tab and populates Column E "the Market Value" column?

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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I know how to use a Vlookup. The other tab is on another Excel File which I only get by opening an e-mail attachment, and I activate by using this Function:
Sub SelectMatchingWindow(MatchingFilename As String)

Dim NumberOfWindows As Integer
Dim Count1 As Integer
Dim MatchedWindowNumber As Integer
Dim WindowName As String

NumberOfWindows = Windows.Count

For Count1 = 1 To NumberOfWindows

    WindowName = Windows(Count1).Caption
   
    If InStr(WindowName, MatchingFilename) = 1 Then
        MatchedWindowNumber = Count1
    End If

Next Count1

If MatchedWindowNumber > 0 Then
    Windows(MatchedWindowNumber).Activate
End If



End Sub

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