Extract data from one sheet to another
I want to extract only some columns to sheet 1. when I enter the protein value i.e 65, etc. den it displays only 65 protein values.
Sheet 1 contains the raw data. Sales and cost of sales for customers.
Sheet 2 contains the pivot table that summarizes the data in sheet 1.
In Sheet 3(a further summary of the Pivot Table), I would like to put in the customer name and extract the related sales and cost of sales numbers from the pivot table. How can I extract the desired information?
I have a sheet (Sheet 1) columns A:BQ. In column BL I have a date.
I would like to populate a second sheet (Sheet 2) with exactly the same data and columns from Sheet 1 but only with rows that within 7 days of the date in column BL (=TODAY()-7). i.e. entries from the past week.
Does anyone have a solution?
in sheet 1, I have 2 columns with data, namely x and y,
all are numbers
x can have any numbers, while y has only two numbers either 0 or 1
in sheet 2, I would like to collect the data in the following way,
for every zero (from y column of sheet1), I want respective data of x and 30 data's below it.
I was trying with if and vlookup, didn't help me so far
after reading through in search of some guidance I am a bit embarrassed to show my ignorance but here goes.
Extracted example from the 2 workbooks that hold my data is attached.
I am trying to locate all of the descriptions in the inventory sheet column E that appear in the results sheet column B. I then want to place the data that is 3 rows below the located results match into the inventory sheet eg Inv No 14 at results cell 75.
I can extract the match by using
but that is as far as I can get not even sure if this is the best route as it involves single formula copied throughout the sheet.
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