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    Copy Data from One Sheet to Another Based on Date Chosen



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    In my file, I have a sheet that contains the entire roster over many months [and years] - called Full Roster
    To make it easier for the user to locate the required Roster for completion, I have created a sheet called Input sheet.
    This is what I would like to do with it:
    1. The user opens the Input Sheet [will be renamed later]
    2. Enter the date required [Must be a Monday Date
    3. The file will then locate the correct date in the Full Roster sheet and copy the data for the entire week [Monday - Sunday] - Rows 3:68 for that week and paste them into Columns H:N in the Input sheet
    4. Once the update is complete the user either clicks a button and it then copies the new data back to the correct place in the Full Roster sheet or automatically copies as changes are made [though this method would or could update up to 23600 times if all fields are changed

    Any ideas how I might achieve this??
    Happy for it to use formulas or VBA
    Thanks for looking guys and I will continue to try for myself and update if I get anywhere close

    Happy to provide sample file but unable to upload as 866Kb and limit apparently 488Kb


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    Sincere apologies, I remember to link to your site on the other post - will do it right now

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    Please note this thread is also posted to MrExcel Form: https://www.mrexcel.com/forum/excel-...te-chosen.html

    Apologies for ommission previously

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