HI Guys, I have 2 Excel attachments , 1 called "Daily GSFI" and 1 called "WTD Commentary". From the WTD Commentary spreadsheet, I want to "View -> Windows -> Activate "Daily GSFI"Spreadsheet -> Create a range from "A3:I36" called "Region" (with which to do a Vlookup on later) -> View -> Windows -> Open "WTD Commentary" -> put a formula in F45 to F56 -> "=Vlookup(B45, Region, 9, False). How do I do this?
The problem is the "Daily GSFI" spreadsheet has a different ending in the name every day, eg, "Daily GSFI 18112014.xlsm" so it needs to defined in a variable.
If the Filename was not variable, the formula would look like this:
=VLOOKUP(B45,'[DailyGSFI.xlsm]Daily GSFI PL'!$A$3:$I$37,9,FALSE) WTDCommentary.xlsm DailyGSFI.xlsm
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