Selasa, 09 Desember 2014

Re: [ExcelVBA] Fwd: Excel Question

 

Ayaz,


The bottom of your post has a bunch of stuff on it that doesn't really belong there. If this thread continues please strip it out.

Attachments are stripped because of the bad guys.... but I'm sure you know that because you've already had a file uploaded. If you need more files uploaded or screen shots that's not a problem.

Lisa ( group moderator )



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From: ayaz khan ayazthegreat2001@yahoo.com [ExcelVBA] <ExcelVBA@yahoogroups.com>
To: ExcelVBA <ExcelVBA@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tue, Dec 9, 2014 6:59 pm
Subject: Re: [ExcelVBA] Fwd: Excel Question

Dear David   In the continuation of below email, i am enclosing a workbook with code solution   which has been provided by someone you are requested to please see enclosed   workbook code and result , can please make these code concise i hope that you   will provide more better solution code by understanding that what result i want            On Tuesday, December 9, 2014 3:17 PM, "David Grugeon yahoo@grugeon.com.au   [ExcelVBA]" <ExcelVBA@yahoogroups.com> wrote:                More info from Ayaz      Regards  David Grugeon      ---------- Forwarded message ----------  From: ayaz khan <ayazthegreat2001@yahoo.com>  Date: 9 December 2014 at 20:01  Subject: Re: Excel Question  To: "david@grugeon.com.au" <david@grugeon.com.au>      Thank you very much David for kind response and support I am again trying  my level best to explain about my problem, kindly go through below points      1- I have sheet name fruit database where I have three fields Fruit Name ,  Fruit Code and Available Fruit Quantity.      2- I have Second Sheet name Fruit Order List in which I record received    order detail : Order Date, Fruit Type, DI # if it is otherwise record "-"  and in fourth d col i leave fruit code blank and in fifth col e i record  required fruit quantity.      *What** I want *      As i mentioned above that in 2nd sheet i leave fruit code blank, here i  want a macro which sees if DI# is blank , 0 or - in sheet2 then macro match  sheet1 fruit type with sheet2 and available quantity with required quantity  if it equal or greater than copy fruit code from sheet1 to sheet2 in fruit  code col like a below table example.      *Fruit Data Base Table*      [image: Inline image]      *Fruit Order received detail*      [image: Inline image]      *kindly look both data If u look red font of fruit code which will be  copied through macro based on above mentioned condition,*      On Tuesday, December 9, 2014 12:32 AM, David Grugeon <grugeon@gmail.com>  wrote:      Dear Ayaz      Thank you for that. I have posted the file to the group.      I think that you may still not get your problem solved because you have not  provided an explanation. The explanation needs to be about the problem,  not about the excel spreadsheet. That is you need to explain what your  business is doing, what the spreadsheet is trying to achieve and all the  constraints for that.      The explanation should be in words in an email posted to the group, rather  than a few words in a spreadsheet.      Have you read the guidance on asking questions at the link David supplied?  If you want us to help you you really have to provide us with all the  information to enable us to understand the problem. You have not yet done  this.      Someone did provide you wiyh some code and you response was that it did not  fulfill your requirements but you did not say what it did wrong so that  helpful person was not able to provide more help.      I repeat - Please provide a full explanation of what you are trying to  achieve with these spreadsheets.      Regards  David Grugeon      On 9 December 2014 at 01:36, ayaz khan <ayazthegreat2001@yahoo.com> wrote:      Dear David      Please find another example workbook for your further understaning      On Monday, December 8, 2014 12:44 AM, ayaz khan <  ayazthegreat2001@yahoo.com> wrote:      please find enclosed workbook as advised by you      [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]    

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