vb code question


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Stan

I have 15 minute interval data in column A and through vb code I need to
select the data in column B and have it moved to match the cooresponding row
in column A. In other words, if there isn't an interval of 6:15 in column B
then I want to leave that row blank. In the example below, the interval in
Column B row 2 should be moved to row 3 since it matches what's in column A.

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated! Many thanks!

Column A Column B Desired Results for Column B
1) 6:00 6:00 6:00
2) 6:15 6:30
3) 6:30 6:45 6:30
4) 6:45 7:15 6:45
5) 7:00
6) 7:15 7:15
.......
11:30
 
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akphidelt

Hey stan, not sure if this helps you or not... but using an alternative
instead of VB code, which would be a much more complicated method then this.
But say you hide column B or put the data in Column C and hide Column C. In
column C put the formula

=If(Iserror(Match(A1,$B$1:$B$6,0)),"",A1)

Copy this formula and drag down to the end of your data... make sure you
change B6 to wherever the data ends and to make sure to keep the $ signs.

This formula will leave any value that does not match blank, and if the
value exists it will fill in the value. So you will get your desired
results... im just not sure if this is how you wanted to get them.
 
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Stan

I can certainly work with that. Many thanks!

Oh, and by the way once auto filter is turn on, do you know the code to turn
it off? Selection.AutoFilter.Off is working but giving me an error.


Range("B2:B2").Select
Selection.AutoFilter
Selection.AutoFilter Field:=1, Criteria1:="7760"
Selection.AutoFilter.Off
 
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akphidelt

I haven't messed with the VBA code for autofilters in a while and being
untested this is just a guess... but just looking at the code I have to
question what exactly are you doing there. You are trying to turn a filter
on, filter for field 1 critieria 1... then turn the filter off. I think
turning the filter off is contradicting what you just did and it errors out.
But im not completely sure
 
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Dave Peterson

Activesheet.autofiltermode = false
will remove the arrows (and show all the data)

To show all the data, but keep the arrows.

with activesheet
If .FilterMode Then
.ShowAllData
End If
End if
 
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Stan

That's perfect Dave. Many thanks!

I do have another question. The function
=If(Iserror(Match(A1,$B$1:$B$6,0)),"",A1) works perfect although I would like
to also return the value in column C. In other words, if there is a match
for column B to Column A then I would like to copy and paste the value from
Column C from the row where columns A and B match. Any help you can provide
would be greatly appreciated!!
 
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Stan

You've done it again Dave! You've helped me out before and I really
apprecaiate it! You're incredibly knowledgeable and there hasn't been
anything I've submitted you haven't been able to answer. Many thanks for all
your help sir!
 
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Dave Peterson

Glad it worked for you.

(And I just got here first!)
You've done it again Dave! You've helped me out before and I really
apprecaiate it! You're incredibly knowledgeable and there hasn't been
anything I've submitted you haven't been able to answer. Many thanks for all
your help sir!
 

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