May 22, 2011
Basically i work as a desktop support officer. our team does everything from fixing software errors on PCs in the office to moving them from one desk to another. When we do have to move anything though, it needs to be tracked so that our records can be accurate. To track where things have moved to, we have to:
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1. fill out a form in an excel format and then fill out the same information into a text file format, and then attach both formats to the job record in our job listing system and send it to our hardware tracking team.
2. If an asset is being taken away to storage, but is considered to be too old, it needs to have an excel table filled out to create a 'disposal' label, or it can create a 'redeploy' label if it still has some years left in it.
3. If we are putting out a brand new asset, it needs to be updated on our tracking sheet to show that the asset is no longer in our storage as brand new.
This obviously creates a lot of administration work for our staff, so i have built my program to take all the information required once, and then split it off to the forms and labels as required.The part I'm stuck at is number 3. I have been working with the excel files in the following format:[code]What i need to do is as the title suggests, search an excel work book (the user will point to it) for the Asset Number in a particular sheet. Once it finds the asset number, cut the entire line out of the sheet and paste it into a different worksheet at the next empty line with a few edited values.