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Excel VBA Question: How do I take the data in each row of a table and insert it into an excel form, each row fills out the same form? I would also like all the forms to be combined into one large pdf as well.

In both Excel and Access VBA is there to do whatever the built-in tools can’t. In Excel that’s things formulae can’t do like deciding whether to update another field or fields depending on one or more conditions, and lots more I haven’t explored. I use Access a lot, and there VBA is doing what SQL can’t like keeping track of past values or setting other fields to a value that depends on what just happened. So in both cases the interplay of a program with two more languages adds considerable extra power. As a fun example in Access here’s the form I use when I get home after grocery shopping twice a week - I live alone. I copy current prices from the checkout slip and untick Buy. Here’s what VBA does with that single untick. updates last purchase date, average time between purchases and any “time to buy” alerts updates price, last price, average, max and min prices and price trend if there’s a Next or Later tick, updates those ready for next time if a daily bit of fruit (like mandarins) has quantity 4 or 3 switch to the other so the quantity will be right next time for twice-a-week buying. All with one click! I use those in a variety of screens when deciding what to buy. Usually that takes less than 2 minutes as I will have pre-ticked most items in the preceding day or two. Here’s the shopping list I clip to my trolley, sequenced in the order I walk round the supermarket. (Seq field in the other screenshot, I can change it if a product’s been moved or I can switch to another supermarket’s layout.) The price is what I paid last time so I can watch for specials. You can do all that and much more with as many fields as you wish in serious applications, so it’s very powerful.

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It doesn’t need to be done by a computer, the language is flexible enough to do just about anything you can dream up. With Excel there are no variables to save, no loops, no conditional jumps, so it doesn’t do a lot of the heavy lifting. That means you must be very careful in editing VBA to make sure there are no issues. The only real power of VBA — and it is only half powerful — is in its ability to work in a spreadsheet. With a spreadsheet the computer can’t keep any records, only change values, so if the same field value is repeated the computer can’t make changes that will correct it, but it can still apply the field's value to a new record with the right formulas. The problem however for Excel users is how to deal with the repeated value. If it’s.

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