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Excel Macro to Extract Specific Columns to a New Tab

Posted on 2016-11-30
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Hello EE,

I have data in one tab and i wanted to create a new tab called Expected and only copy and paste part of the data based on column address or column name. I have attached example.

I have the following columns in the data tab
Account      Customer State Achieved Earnings Customer2 Supervisor      President

I want create an new tab and call it Expected and copy data in the following columns into the Expected tab
Account       Customer Achieved Earnings Supervisor       President

Thanks in advance for your help
Sample.xlsx
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Question by:fb1990
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Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj) earned 500 total points
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Please find the attached with the code on Module1 and a button called "Copy Data" on Data Sheet.
You may click the button to run the code to copy the data from Data Sheet onto Expected Sheet.
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by:Rob Henson
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You can achieve this with the Advanced Filter function.

The destination range can have as few or as many of the source headers and in whichever order you want.

Advanced Filter normally expects you to copy an extract of the data that meets a particular criteria, if you set the criteria so that it copies all rows you will get what is required.
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by:fb1990
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Thanks to Neeraj and Rob.  Neeraj's solution gave me exactly what I want.  Thank you Sir.
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You're welcome FB! Glad it worked as per your requirement.
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