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Read excel vba by manilara @ 11/12/2015
Dear Experts

I have multiple workbook saved in folder i want copy data from closed books and paste into mastersheet particular criteria is
sum the column F:F and average the column G:G after 20th rows

copy from
Paste Into

Path is C:\Users\maninata\Desktop\Personal\Excelforum\VBA\TASK_1

Find the attachment

Reply from Alex Hedley:

That's quite a big task, what have you tried so far?
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Read Excel VBA by Stan @ 10/31/2012
I was trying to Loop through a range of cells using a named range. But instead of naming and referencing the anchor cell, I referenced the whole range.
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Read Excel VBA by Alex Hedley @ 10/26/2012
Hi Stan,

Glad to hear you figured it out,
Just out of curiosity what was the issue?

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Read Excel VBA by Stan @ 10/24/2012
After searching everything, including Yputube, I figured it out.
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Read Excel VBA by Stan Runyon @ 10/14/2012
Ahyone here do VBA programming? My VBA editor returns a "...defined..."  run time error message when I specify a named range in the model code. The code runs fine when I change it back to a ("A1") reference.
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Read Excel VBA by Tiffany @ 2/22/2011
Back in 2009 you mentioned you will be working on Excel 2007 VBA soon, have you yet completed Excel VBA courses? Also does your Access Developer series cover Access VBA?

Reply from Richard Rost:

Excel 2010 VBA will be coming soon. I don't have an exact date for it yet. Excel 2007 and 2010 are almost identical when it comes to VBA.

Yes, I do cover a lot of Access VBA in my 300+ classes and seminars. Check the individual course outlines for details on exactly what's covered.

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Read Excel VBA by markus bertel @ 2/14/2009
14 Feb 09

Good evening, I had asked about you possibly creating excel vba programming classes. Hope you will be able to do this!!! I am ready to purchase!!! Thank you for your time.

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