Action log with multiple tabs

I have attached a working spreadsheet but need to add more functionality.

1.  If my High Risk (Red) changes and I make the R and I it then needs to copy the entire row to the issues tab and grey out row text or whole row background on the Open Tab for the row that has just changed.  I also has to keep the same # Number it had on the Open tab when showing on the Issues tab

2.  When you are on the Issues tab and you close the issue, it must then move the entire row and its contents from the Issues tab  back to the Open tab, replacing the row that has the same number on the Issues tab.

If it is just a standard Issue, it will follow the same rules as in steps 1 and 2

Hope this makes sense

Eddie
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Let's see what I can do.
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
I have step 1 done, but I'm not sure what you want to do in step 2. I'm confused because in step 1 you say "grey out row text or whole row background on the Open Tab for the row that has just changed" but in step 2 you say "move the entire row and its contents from the Issues tab  back to the Open tab, replacing the row that has the same number on the Issues tab". Why replace it? Don't you just want to change the Status and un-grey the row?
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propolisAuthor Commented:
When the content of the row in 2 goes back to open tab, the comments in row might have been added to so the new row and contents need to be moved back to the Open Tab when the issue has been resolved

The reason when I copy it from the Open tab and grey out the row shows me that there is an issue and its on the issues tab.  When that is dealt with separately, and resolved, I move the updated row  back to the open tab and over writes the original greyed out row making that row active again

Let me know if I need to explain more / better

Eddie
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
OK try this workbook.
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