VBA filter of large dataset.

Posted on 2015-01-29
Last Modified: 2015-01-30
I have a large workbook with basically one worksheet. The detail data is in Columns "AN" thru "ON"
Daily the reporting needs to filter the data to Previous week, Current Week, Upcoming Week by use of a single cell as the Data Date.
The reporting section is in Columns "J" thru "AD"
Changing Cell "C2" should change the dates in "J19 thru AD19" so that if "C2" is 16-Jan-15, then 16-Jan-15 would be in the Current Week section in Cell "W19" as the end of the Current week.
The corresponding data in Rows "20" thru"28" matching the dates in Row 19 should be copied from the detail section starting in Column "AN"  The values can just be Paste Value in Columns "J" thru "AD" from the detail section.

This same process needs to be repeated in all sections from Row 19 thru to 460 in blocks of 10 rows.

Since the data rows may grow or shrink over time, dynamic named ranges for columns would work best.

The columns are static, and will not change.

Help here would be so much appreciated.
Question by:DougDodge
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ID: 40579404
Didn't we already worked on something similar to this ? It had current and past week I see here it has upcoming week is this the only difference just a first glance.

Author Comment

ID: 40579470
Basically that was the only difference......
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Expert Comment

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Nope that was not !!! :)

You also had 3 rows per block now you have 4 times 2 with a blank separator !!! :)

Will revert shortly.
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gowflow earned 500 total points
ID: 40579517
Here it is.

I recall had commented out the selection change event as was annoying to see the screen blinking all the time. You have commented out the exit sub is there a reason for that ?


Author Comment

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Not that I can remember....
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Expert Comment

ID: 40580058
Anyway try the file I did not change this selection change event but got you what you wanted in this question

Author Closing Comment

ID: 40580127
Works well...... Thank you once again.

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