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I have a very large worksheet with hundreds of rows of data. In column A, some of the cells begin with the letters "SR Contract:" and are followed (in the same cell) by 6 numbers, and then varuious words. What I would like to do is "extrapolate" (if that is the right word) just the 6 numbers that appear in such rows to column A on a new worksheet. I would like for the numbers to be filled in in each row one after the other on the new worksheet, regardless of how they appear on the original worksheet (i. e., there might be one or more rows on the original worksheet in between the rows that have the data I am looking for, but on the new worksheet, I want the numbers to appear in rows 1,2,3,4,5,etc, in column A). Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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Could you post a small sample workbook with some dummy data that are representative of the real data? That would make it easier to help you. Thanks in advance.

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[quote name='HansV' post='794928' date='25Sep2009 14:17']Could you post a small sample workbook with some dummy data that are representative of the real data? That would make it easier to help you. Thanks in advance.[/quote]
Yes, I will post two worksheetsthe first showing the original data, and the second showing how I would like it on the new worksheet.

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[quote name='HansV' post='794928' date='25Sep2009 14:17']Could you post a small sample workbook with some dummy data that are representative of the real data? That would make it easier to help you. Thanks in advance.[/quote]
All in one, Sheets 1 and 2

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Try this macro:
Code:Sub ExtractNumbers() Dim wshSrc As Worksheet Dim wshTrg As Worksheet Dim s As Long Dim m As Long Dim t As Long ' Modify the names as needed Set wshSrc = Worksheets("Sheet1") Set wshTrg = Worksheets("Sheet3") m = wshSrc.Cells(wshSrc.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row For s = 1 To m If wshSrc.Cells(s, 1) Like "SR Contract*" Then t = t + 1 wshTrg.Cells(t, 1) = Val(Mid(wshSrc.Cells(s, 1), 14)) End If Next s End Sub

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[quote name='HansV' post='794938' date='25Sep2009 14:48']Try this macro:
Code:Sub ExtractNumbers() Dim wshSrc As Worksheet Dim wshTrg As Worksheet Dim s As Long Dim m As Long Dim t As Long ' Modify the names as needed Set wshSrc = Worksheets("Sheet1") Thanks Hans. (Actually one little tweak: Sheet3 should be Sheet2.) Set wshTrg = Worksheets("Sheet3") m = wshSrc.Cells(wshSrc.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row For s = 1 To m If wshSrc.Cells(s, 1) Like "SR Contract*" Then t = t + 1 wshTrg.Cells(t, 1) = Val(Mid(wshSrc.Cells(s, 1), 14)) End If Next s End Sub

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Could you use this formula in cell A2 of shhet2 and copy down:
=IF(ISERROR(MID(Sheet1!A1,FIND(": ",Sheet1!A1)+3,6)),"",MID(Sheet1!A1,FIND(": ",Sheet1!A1)+3,6))
and then use an Autofilter to show non Blanks?Jerry

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Great work Hansworks like a charm. A little nuance addition: please see attached revised file. Need to include 2 total numbers. What would I need to do to the code to include these as well?
Thanks in advance.

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Here you go (next time, please state the complete requirements at the outset instead of adding them in bits and pieces)
Code:Sub ExtractNumbers() Dim wshSrc As Worksheet Dim wshTrg As Worksheet Dim s As Long Dim m As Long Dim t As Long Set wshSrc = Worksheets("Sheet1") Set wshTrg = Worksheets("Sheet3") m = wshSrc.Cells.Find(What:="*", SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlPrevious).Row For s = 1 To m If wshSrc.Cells(s, 1) Like "SR Contract*" Then t = t + 1 wshTrg.Cells(t, 1) = Val(Mid(wshSrc.Cells(s, 1), 14)) End If If wshSrc.Cells(s, 12) = "Total:" Then wshTrg.Cells(t, 2) = wshSrc.Cells(s, 19) wshTrg.Cells(t, 3) = wshSrc.Cells(s, 20) End If Next s End Sub

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[quote name='HansV' post='794946' date='25Sep2009 15:20']Here you go (next time, please state the complete requirements at the outset instead of adding them in bits and pieces)
Code:Sub ExtractNumbers() Dim wshSrc As Worksheet Dim wshTrg As Worksheet Dim s As Long Dim m As Long Dim t As Long Set wshSrc = Worksheets("Sheet1") Set wshTrg = Worksheets("Sheet3") m = wshSrc.Cells.Find(What:="*", SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlPrevious).Row For s = 1 To m If wshSrc.Cells(s, 1) Like "SR Contract*" Then t = t + 1 wshTrg.Cells(t, 1) = Val(Mid(wshSrc.Cells(s, 1), 14)) End If If wshSrc.Cells(s, 12) = "Total:" Then wshTrg.Cells(t, 2) = wshSrc.Cells(s, 19) wshTrg.Cells(t, 3) = wshSrc.Cells(s, 20) End If Next s End Sub
Thanks, HansSorry, will do!

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[quote name='HansV' post='794946' date='25Sep2009 15:20']Here you go (next time, please state the complete requirements at the outset instead of adding them in bits and pieces)
Code:Sub ExtractNumbers() Dim wshSrc As Worksheet Dim wshTrg As Worksheet Dim s As Long Dim m As Long Dim t As Long Set wshSrc = Worksheets("Sheet1") OOps, I made a mistake. The second batch of totals should be in column U and not column T. What do I need to change? Sorry! Set wshTrg = Worksheets("Sheet3") m = wshSrc.Cells.Find(What:="*", SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlPrevious).Row For s = 1 To m If wshSrc.Cells(s, 1) Like "SR Contract*" Then t = t + 1 wshTrg.Cells(t, 1) = Val(Mid(wshSrc.Cells(s, 1), 14)) End If If wshSrc.Cells(s, 12) = "Total:" Then wshTrg.Cells(t, 2) = wshSrc.Cells(s, 19) wshTrg.Cells(t, 3) = wshSrc.Cells(s, 20) End If Next s End Sub

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Change 20 to 21.

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[quote name='HansV' post='794957' date='25Sep2009 15:50']Change 20 to 21.[/quote]
Perfectthanks again!

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For the future: in code such as Cells(s, 20), s is the row number and 20 is the column number. Column A = column number 1, column B = column number [s]3[/s] 2 etc. So if you need to provide for another column, you can easily find the number needed.

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[quote name='HansV' post='794960' date='25Sep2009 15:55']For the future: in code such as Cells(s, 20), s is the row number and 20 is the column number. Column A = column number 1, column B = column number 3 etc. So if you need to provide for another column, you can easily find the number needed.[/quote]
Hans,
Wouln't column B = 2?