I have been trying to compare sheet1 A2 to sheet2 A2 through A500 and if it exists somewhere in sheet2's a col then copy that entire row to a new sheet.
I have experimented with many bits of macro code from others but so far no real success.
Figuring out how to say that in code is a bit difficult for me. I'm struggling to get the hang of this.
Dim LastRow_1 As Integer
Dim LastCol_1 As Integer
Dim Data_1 As range
Dim LastRow_2 As Integer
Dim LastCol_2 As Integer
Dim Data_2 As range
Dim Sh_1 As Worksheet
Dim Sh_2 As Worksheet
Dim X As Long
Dim Y As Long
Dim C_1 As range
Dim C_2 As range
Set Sh_1 = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Master")
Set Sh_2 = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Inventory")
For Each C_1 In Data_1
For Each C_2 In Data_2
If C_2 = C_1 Then
'found a cell on sheet2 that matched cell in sheet1
'now do what you need to do
Data_2.EntireRow.Copy Destination:=Worksheets("New_Master").range("A5000").End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0)
When I run this it just copies everything to the sheet called New_Master, including the non-matches.
What am I missing? It has to be obvious, that's usually the case.
You just have to write:
You copy the whole range "Data_2", which corresponds to the column A of the sheet "Inventory"
If you want to copy only the rows in Data_2 that match with Data_1, do write