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Amend existing consolidate sheets macro to create new sheet and include date in new column

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The attached file contains a macro that consolidates all worksheets into the Sheet1. But it deletes the contents of Sheet1.
I am seeking to have it amended so that a new sheet (SheetA) is created for the consolidated sheets, and also to have the date from G2 in Sheet 1 to be included in each row containing content under column G in the new SheetA.

Hope this makes sense.
2014-08-23-melbourne.xlsx
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by:Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)
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The attached file doesn't contain any macro's. A Macro enabled workbook will have a .xlsm file extension.
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by:gregfthompson
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Sorry. Attached wrong file.
2014-08-23-melbourne.xlsm
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Phillip Burton earned 500 total points
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Please find attached. I have highlighted the new and altered lines with comments at the end.

I have used cell H1 of Sheet1 instead of G2, as that appears to be where the date is located.
2014-08-23-melbourne2.xlsm
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