I have a sheet into which I record new customer enquiries in consecutive rows.
Formula in the same row in subsequent columns pick out keywords and construct an appropriate reply from concatenated strings. Because the number of enquiries can vary from a ZERO to 100 on a daily basis, the formula is repeated in 100 rows.
When all the enquiries have been entered, I run a macro, part of which COPIES the VALUES in the 100 consecutive rows and PASTES the output into a master sheet.
The problem is this method produces swaves of blank lines in the master sheet. Has anyone any idea how to construct the macro to eliminate the unused lines?
@Smitty Smith wrote: The easiest way is to use a Filter on a column that has your delete criteria, then Go To (F5) > Special > Visible cells only > Delete rows > turn off the filter. All of which is easily recordable.
... thanks for this. Didn't think of filters so I'm working on it. After selecting "Visible cells only >" I'm not getting "Delete rows" but XThe selection already contains only visible cells"
As I say, I'm working on it so any help is invaluable. Thank you for helping.