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    a macro for soccer data



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    HI I downloaded data from football data dot co uk and have macros that were created for me to sort the data out.

    I need a macro that would be able to copy team information from the data into respective worksheets for each team


    I can attach my data for your perusal and help


    Regards

    Raj

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    Hi Raj,

    Doesn't appear to be an attachment. Double click the Reply to Thread button and use "Manage" to upload your workbook.
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    hi

    having a problem with managing attachments

    the size of my workbook is 11.0mb


    so cannot seem to upload the file

    any help will be appreciated

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    Do you have a skydrive account? If not, sign up for a hotmail address. You can then upload it there, and share a link publicly. Post that here, and we should be good to go. If you can't post the link, then email it to me at ken at excelguru dot ca.
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    You could filter the data by team, then copy the filtered data to a new sheet.

    Do that with the macro recorder on and you have most of the code that you need.

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