QUESTION: Hi Jan,
I'm trying to create a code that is triggered when a value in a column reaches a particular value. I don't need help triggering the event. I am stuck on part the code that runs when the event is triggered:
I need it to do the following.
1) clear the contents of cells in the row from E11:BX11
2) move the contents of the rows below that row up (now that there is a gap in the table)
3) add the contents of the row that was cleared to the bottom row of the table beginning at E38:BX38 (use endup column e)
Thanks for the help,
ANSWER: Hi Jesse,
Is it always row 11 that needs to be moved to the end?
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QUESTION: Thanks for the quick response,
No I only used row 11 because I believe I can apply changes to the row reference based on the code you create.
Basically, I have 2 tables of data. They both occupy the same columns (same width) but one is positioned above the other with only 10 rows or so. The other is below that and extends infinitely. The idea is to add data to the top, small table, and when the values in column BX reach a specified value, an event will trigger that will remove that row of data and place it into the table below at next available row. So I have a temporary table and a permanent table. I have separate events when BX of each row in the (top,smaller,temporary) table reaches various values. I am looking for the code that will take the row when triggered and place it in the bottom table. So I presume that the code will be the same regardless of the row number of the top table...I can just substitute references.
Something like this perhaps?
'Copy current values and paste below table 2
.Range("A" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Offset(1).PasteSpecial xlValues
'Copy rows up
.Range(.Range("b12:bx12"), .Range("b12:bx12").End(xlDown)).Copy .Range("B11:BX11")
'Remove last row which is now duplicated
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