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    HELP.. Combined table by adding each date to fixed header line on seperate sheet by u



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    Hello Brave Excel Lovers and Helpers


    I have an Excel File in which there are three Nos. Sheets and a Userform (File is attached)


    RawDatabase
    ReportTemplate
    MyReport


    I can only generate report for single selected row from Userform Listbox1 (see MyReport) But this is not what I need. I then manually process by copy and past each new data to generate report like ReportTemplate.


    Anybody please help me how can I generate Report Like ReportTemplate from Userform Listbox1 by selecting multiple rows from Listbox1 and add them according to Headers in ReportTemplate.


    Colors are only for reference of Helpers and sorting is also not necessary. Just want to create report like ReportTemplate.


    Thanks in advance.


    "Tags = Report, Template, Header, userform, listbox, Excel"WorkFile.xlsm

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    Administrative Note:

    Welcome to the forum.

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    Sorry for the cross platform querying

    Quote Originally Posted by aligw View Post
    administrative note:

    welcome to the forum.

    we would very much like to help you with your query, however it has been brought to our attention that the same query has been posted on one or more other forums and you have not provided the required cross-post link(s) here.

    Read this to understand why we (and other sites like us) consider this to be important.

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    hello admin

    i am extremely sorry for the cross platform querying. You are requested to please delete my query/thread. I will request the solution again after my this thread is removed by you.

    I am also requesting other platforms to remove my thread from thier platform too.

    Thanks again

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    No, unfortunately that's not the way it works.

    You need to provide the cross-post links here, in this thread. Add then to the next post you make to this thread. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AliGW View Post
    No, unfortunately that's not the way it works.

    You need to provide the cross-post links here, in this thread. Add then to the next post you make to this thread. Thanks.
    Its ok.. thanks

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