copying colored cells



I am trying to copy lots of cells to a new worksheet. These cells have their
font color red.(they happen to be table names). Tables do not have standart
rows, so i can use a for loop thing here:( or at least can image how to set
All I want to scan just A column, find red colored text and copy the text to
another workbook. Tried to to it manually but i happen to make mistakes:(

ps:as these are the table rows, they only have data in their Ax cells.
B,C,D.. are empty:)

note: Cannot filter to sort them out cause i will copy the table footers,
which contain prices. so cant kill the style:( a table looks like this:

product_name price stock total
product1 4 10 40
product2 3 5 15
product3 5 2 10

TotalSUM 65

I am trying to do is, to get a list in a new worksheet like,

1 table_name1 TotalSUM1
2 table_name2 TotalSUM2

Thanx in advance






Ooopsss:( I had some duplicates with the values that code genrated for me:(
And I wonder if I can paste the formulas or adresses? so its easier to find
out what
wents wrong and where it goes wrong:)

mns said:
Joel! Thank you:) Worked like a charm

joel said:
Try this code. It may have to be modifiied slightly because you have
footers that you didn't post.

Sub GetTotals()

Set SourceSht = Sheets("sheet1")
Set DestSht = Sheets("sheet2")

NewRow = 1
With SourceSht
LastRow = .Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row
For RowCount = 1 To LastRow
'skip rows with column A blank
If .Range("A" & RowCount) <> "" Then
'if column A is the conly column with data
'then this row contains the table name
LastCol = .Cells(RowCount, Columns.Count) _
If LastCol = 1 Then
TableName = .Range("A" & RowCount)
'check if column a contains TotalSUM
If UCase(.Range("A" & RowCount)) = "TOTALSUM" Then
Total = .Range("D" & RowCount)
'put data in destination sheet
With DestSht
.Range("A" & NewRow) = TableName
.Range("B" & NewRow) = Total
NewRow = NewRow + 1
End With
End If
End If
End If
Next RowCount
End With

End Sub

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