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Hello Tom,

i have worksheet which contains due dates, due amounts for products, balance amount remaining for products. But in this case the headers are repeated and i want to add 'bal' word if they repeat.

Like col A is due date

ColB Prod1, ColC Prod2, ColD Prod3, ColE Prod4, ColF Total Due

ColG Prod1, ColH Prod2, ColI Prod3, ColJ Prod4, ColK Balance Due

I want ColG to ColJ to add word 'Bal' like Prod1_Bal,Prod2_Bal etc then copy those rows where Products contains amount above 0 and due date(col A) less than today to seperate sheet.

Products is dynamic and varies

Thanks a lot

Ali,

this does what I understand you to describe. It assumes that you headers are in row 1.

When you say "Products contains amount above 0" I assume in your example that would mean Column B:E in a single row sums up to a value greater than zero.

Also it assumes there will be duplicate product names in row 1 as you describe.

Sub abc()

Dim r As Range, cell As Range, sh As Worksheet, r1 As Range

Dim fcol As Long

Set sh = Worksheets("Another") '<== name of sheet to copy data to

Set r = Range("B1", Cells(1, Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft))

For Each cell In r

Set r1 = Range("A1", cell.Offset(0, -1))

If Application.CountIf(r1, cell) > 0 Then

If fcol = 0 Then fcol = cell.Column

cell.Value = cell.Value & "_bal"

End If

Next

Set r = Range("A2", Cells(Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp))

For Each cell In r

If cell.Value > 1 And cell.Value < Date Then

If Application.Sum(cell.Offset(0, 1).Resize(1, fcol - 3)) > 0 Then

cell.EntireRow.Copy sh.Cells(sh.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0)

End If

End If

Next

End Sub

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Regards,

Tom Ogilvy

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