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Excel VBA script to populate a new sheet

Posted on 2015-01-29
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Hello Experts

I'm looking for help with an Excel VBA script to populate a new sheet

Attached file has sample data.

Here's the logic:
If a tab name contains 入出 and If row 3 contains 日,  then From row 5 to bottom, if a cell has value,  copy and paste cells from col A-E from same row, and from row 3 (same column) (date) to the new table.

Thanks!
EE20150129.xlsx
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Question by:tomfolinsbee
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by:Simon
ID: 40578710
This does what I think you want.
It create a new worksheet in the workbook to list the results.
It finds the correct sheet by using ChrW to match the unicode characters
It finds the required character in row 3 then scans down the rest of the column to find rows with values in.
It copies the first 5 columns, plus the relevant 'date' column header pluse the values to the new worksheet.

I get seven rows of results from your example workbook by using it.

Sub test()

Set newsht = ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets.Add
newshtRow = 1

For Each sht In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets
    Debug.Print sht.Name
    shtname = sht.Name
    For x = 1 To Len(shtname)
        Debug.Print Mid(shtname, x, 1), Asc(Mid(shtname, x, 1)), AscW(Mid(shtname, x, 1))
    Next
    
    If sht.Name Like "*" & ChrW(20837) & ChrW(20986) & "*" Then
    Debug.Print "unicode name"
    
    With sht
        usedrows = .UsedRange.Rows.Count
        
        For Each c In Intersect(.Rows(3), .UsedRange).Cells
        Debug.Print c.Value
        For y = 1 To Len(c.Value)
            Debug.Print Mid(c.Value, y, 1), Asc(Mid(c.Value, y, 1)), AscW(Mid(c.Value, y, 1))
            If AscW(Mid(c.Value, y, 1)) = 26085 Then
                myDate = c.Value
                For Each rw In .Range(.Cells(5, c.Column), .Cells(usedrows, c.Column)).Cells
                    If rw.Value <> "" Then
                        Debug.Print rw.Address, rw.Value
                        Set copyrange = .Range(.Cells(rw.Row, 1), .Cells(rw.Row, 5))
                        newsht.Range(Cells(newshtRow, 1), Cells(newshtRow, 5)).Value = copyrange.Value
                        newsht.Cells(newshtRow, 6).Value = myDate
                        newsht.Cells(newshtRow, 7).Value = rw.Value
                        newsht.Cells(newshtRow, 8).Value = rw.Offset(0, 1).Value
                        newshtRow = newshtRow + 1
                    Else
                        'Debug.Print rw.Address, "empty"
                    End If
                Next
            End If
        Next y
    
        Next c

    End With
    
    End If

Next sht

MsgBox "Finished"
End Sub

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by:tomfolinsbee
ID: 40578828
Thank you. Works great.

Could I ask you to make one modification -- add cell C1 and H1  to each output row?

Again, thanks!
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Simon earned 2000 total points
ID: 40579240
Here it is. Note the cell C1 value is blank. You may want A1 or a part of its value?

Sub test()

Set newsht = ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets.Add
newsht.Name = "Results"
newshtRow = 1

For Each SHT In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets
    Debug.Print SHT.Name
    shtname = SHT.Name
    For x = 1 To Len(shtname)
        Debug.Print Mid(shtname, x, 1), Asc(Mid(shtname, x, 1)), AscW(Mid(shtname, x, 1))
    Next
    
    If SHT.Name Like "*" & ChrW(20837) & ChrW(20986) & "*" Then 'Match two characters in worksheet name
    Debug.Print "unicode name"
    
    With SHT
        usedrows = .UsedRange.Rows.Count
        
        For Each c In Intersect(.Rows(3), .UsedRange).Cells
        Debug.Print c.Value
        For y = 1 To Len(c.Value)
            Debug.Print Mid(c.Value, y, 1), Asc(Mid(c.Value, y, 1)), AscW(Mid(c.Value, y, 1))
            If AscW(Mid(c.Value, y, 1)) = 26085 Then
                myDate = c.Value
                myC1 = .Range("C1").Value
                myH1 = .Range("H1").Value
                For Each rw In .Range(.Cells(5, c.Column), .Cells(usedrows, c.Column)).Cells
                    If rw.Value <> "" Then
                        Debug.Print rw.Address, rw.Value
                        Set copyrange = .Range(.Cells(rw.Row, 1), .Cells(rw.Row, 5))
                        newsht.Range(Cells(newshtRow, 1), Cells(newshtRow, 5)).Value = copyrange.Value
                        newsht.Cells(newshtRow, 6).Value = myDate
                        newsht.Cells(newshtRow, 7).Value = rw.Value
                        newsht.Cells(newshtRow, 8).Value = rw.Offset(0, 1).Value
                        newsht.Cells(newshtRow, 9).Value = myC1
                        newsht.Cells(newshtRow, 10).Value = myH1
                        newshtRow = newshtRow + 1
                    Else
                        'Debug.Print rw.Address, "empty"
                    End If
                Next
            End If
        Next y
    
        Next c

    End With
    
    End If

Next SHT

MsgBox "Finished"
End Sub

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by:tomfolinsbee
ID: 40579660
Much appreciated, worked like a charm :)
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by:tomfolinsbee
ID: 40610189
Hi Simon,

Could you modify the script so that it puts the "in"  (入庫数) and "out"  (出庫数) as separate rows?

I just noticed the the script skipped the value of 25 in cell BQ10, perhaps because BP10 was empty, or because the top row used merged cells.

I'll set up a new question.

Thanks!
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