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Using Macros In Excel

Using Macros In Excel

Using Macros In Excel

I am currently working on a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel and am looking to delete an entire row from one sheet when data is changed in one cell in that row. I then need to paste that information from the deleted row into another sheet in the workbook. I have tried using formulae and looked into using macros but am unsure of how to go about it.

Any help would be great


RE: Using Macros In Excel

I suggest that you look into the various VBA functions that detect changes to the worksheet. Then use the macro recorder to see what the VBA code for cutting the row and pasting it into another sheet would look like, and put the two together.

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