In the sample dataset above, I am trying to use the VBA’s If function to look for a specific keyword, and if there’s a match, I would want to extract the Name itself, alongside its Serial Number and Product, and add to the last row of another worksheet, within the same workbook.
For instance, If in column C, we detect, say, cana (note that this is not an exact match, but good enough), then I would want VBA to help me to extract Canary Wharf, its Serial Number and Product next to it, which are 8273615 and Canned Food, to the end of another worksheet, and the loop goes on until the end of Canary Wharf and moves on to Riverdale, which I would type, say, riverd, and repeat the same process. The x’s are there to signify that I have a rather large dataset, nothing else.
I have gotten some clues with the top answer found in Using “If cell contains” in VBA excel , it is of great help, but I could not quite get the exact thing to do.
Any help would be very much appreciated!
Below should be the intuition:
Option Compare Text Sub DataExtraction() Dim SrchRng As Range, cel As Range Set ws1 = Worksheets("Sheet1") Set ws2 = Worksheets("Sheet2") Set SrchRng = ws1.Range("C:C") For Each cel In SrchRng If InStr(1, cel.Value, "cana") > 0 Then ActiveCell.Value = "Canary Wharf" End If Next cel End Sub
By using the code above, I managed to get the ActiveCell.Value to become Canary Wharf, however, I need the code to loop until there are no more Canary Wharf’s, and at the same time, also copy the two inputs to its right.