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On Fri, 1/13/17, storeythomas725 via MS EXCEL AND VBA MACROS 
<excel-macros@googlegroups.com> wrote:

 Subject: Re: $$Excel-Macros$$ How to use Index Match for two different files
 To: excel-macros@googlegroups.com
 Date: Friday, January 13, 2017, 2:49 PM
 
 
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 On Fri, 1/13/17, Paul Schreiner <schreiner_p...@att.net>
 wrote:
 
  Subject: Re: $$Excel-Macros$$ How to use Index Match for
 two different files
  To: "excel-macros@googlegroups.com"
 <excel-macros@googlegroups.com>
  Date: Friday, January 13, 2017, 2:27 PM
  
  I'm
  sorry.I'm
  not sure what you're trying to do!
  Your
  two attachments have a single column of data.They
  have (7) values in common, but I'm not sure what you
  want to do with them.What
  macro did you modify?
  
   Paul-----------------------------------------
  “Do all the good you
  can,
  By all the means you can,
  In all the ways you can,
  In all the places you can,
  At all the times you can,
  To all the people you can,
  As long as ever you can.” - John Wesley
  -----------------------------------------
  
  
   
    On Friday, January 13, 2017 2:29 AM,
  Devendra Sahay <devendrasahanypt...@gmail.com>
 wrote:
    
  
   Hi Paul
  I tried to modify the code according
  to attached data set, but its not going
  through. Would you, please look into
  this. 
  Both
  details are extracted from ERP, So need to convert them as
  number before running the macro.
  On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at
  6:56 PM, Paul Schreiner <schreiner_p...@att.net>
 wrote:
  Yes,
  Excel/VBA has nearly unlimited flexibility.But
  I have no way of knowing what YOU think the
  possibilities are and what the columns potentially can
  be.
  I
  have applications in which I define variables
  for the different heading/column
  combinations.then write to these
  column numbers.That way, I can rearrange the output
 columns
  in any order and the report automatically writes to the
  appropriate column.
  but I have no way of determining
  what you want unless you can describe it in a way
  I can understand. Paul------------------------------
  -----------
  “Do all the good you can,
  By all the means you can,
  In
  all the ways you can,
  In all the places you
  can,
  At all the times you can,
  To all the people you can,
  As
  long as ever you can.” - John Wesley
  ------------------------------
  ----------- 
  
   
  
   On
  Tuesday, January 10, 2017 4:07 AM, Devendra Sahay 
<devendrasahanypt...@gmail.com
 >
  wrote:
    
  
   Hi Paul,
  Code is working fine, but can we
  make this code more flexible like It can identify the
 header
  name itself because right now its configured to first
 column
  as Order ID. Column header of "A"
  can be anything. If you can do so, would be really good
  because then we can use the same file for multiple data
  sets. 
  Thanks,Devendra
  
  
  On Mon, Jan 9, 2017 at 11:18 PM, Paul
  Schreiner <schreiner_p...@att.net>
 wrote:
  Take
  a look at the macros attached.See
  if it looks like what you envisioned, or at least gives
 you
  a starting point.
  Paul------------------------------
  -----------
  “Do
  all the good you can,
  By all the means you
  can,
  In all the ways you can,
  In all the places you can,
  At
  all the times you can,
  To all the people you
  can,
  As long as ever you can.” - John
  Wesley
  ------------------------------
  ----------- 
  
   
  
   On
  Monday, January 9, 2017 11:23 AM, Devendra Sahay 
<devendrasahanypt...@gmail.com
 >
  wrote:
    
  
   Paul,
  I mean to say first occurrence of the order
  id. 
  On
  Jan 9, 2017 9:51 PM, "Paul Schreiner" <schreiner_p...@att.net>
 wrote:
  First
  occurrence of... what?First
  occurrence of the  Order ID?customer
  ID?
  Is
  the data already sorted in the order by which you want to
  determine "first occurrence"?
  
  Paul------------------------------
  -----------
  “Do
  all the good you can,
  By all the means you
  can,
  In all the ways you can,
  In all the places you can,
  At
  all the times you can,
  To all the people you
  can,
  As long as ever you can.” - John
  Wesley
  ------------------------------
  -----------
  
  
   
    On Monday, January 9, 2017 11:06 AM,
  Devendra Sahay <devendrasahanypt...@gmail.com
 >
  wrote:
    
  
   Paul,
  Thanks for your reply. Can we extract the details of first
  occurrence. there might be some issues with the
  sample data, always the data will be unique and
  clean.
  On
  Jan 9, 2017 8:36 PM, "Paul Schreiner" <schreiner_p...@att.net>
 wrote:
  I'm
  not sure what RESULT you're expecting.
  For instance, Order ID #CA-2014-AB10015140-41954
  has two entries in the "Dump.xlsx" file.Row 40098 is
 identical to row 40099 except for the
  Product related data (ID, Category, Sub-Cat, Name, Sales,
 Profit,
  Shipping)
  So, what do you wish to record in the
  Workbook2.xlsx file?
  Paul------------------------------
  -----------
  “Do
  all the good you can,
  By all the means you
  can,
  In all the ways you can,
  In all the places you can,
  At
  all the times you can,
  To all the people you
  can,
  As long as ever you can.” - John
  Wesley
  ------------------------------
  ----------- 
  
   
  
   On Saturday,
  January 7, 2017 10:42 PM, Devendra Sahay <devendrasahanypt...@gmail.com
 >
  wrote:
    
  
   Hi Team,
  Sorry for
  posting such a long query on the forum, but am working on
  few reports in which I have to write the Index match
 formula
  multiple times on daily basis. So am thinking to write a
  macro for this but as I am new to VBA, am not able to do
 so.
  If you guys can help me out here, would be really
  appreciated. 
  Scenario- 
  I have a dump file with the record
  in the columns & rows with headers. I have a another
  file in which I want to extract the details from the dump
  file in the respect of header & the
  value. The value (It could be number or the
  text), of which details I want to pull from dump file,
  always be in the first column in the workbook. and also
 the
  headers will be also the same in both workbook for easily
  map the data.
  
  
  Required
  Solution- 
  Code
  needs to be written in the workbook 2,where i want to map
  the values from dump. When I hit the run macro button,
 macro
  will open a dialogue box to select the file & after
  selecting the file, It starts the mapping of
  values. 
  Sharing
  both sample files, Dump & the
  Workbook2. 
  
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  !!!Devendra
  
  
  
  
  
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