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I have a quick question concerning Excel. At work I maintain a spreadsheet of all the company's clients and the progress that we make for each one. Essentially, I keep a huge sheet with all sorts of information that each week my boss wants specific versions of this sheet as a report. This means that I spend an immense amount of time each week cutting and pasting my big spreadsheet into lots of little spreadsheets (there are eight versions I currently have to produce) and then distribute them to each member of our staff based on their responsibility.
Now, I was wondering if there was any way to make Excel auto-populate these reports for me. In my mind, and I don't have any sort of formal Excel instruction, it seems like I could set the spreadsheet to automatically pop things into different tabs, i.e. if a client record is marked as "closed", that same entry would pop up under a tab marked "closed". Now, I'm not certain that Excel could even do such a thing, can it?
This isn't a do-or-die, but these weekly reports are getting quite unwieldy and errors inevitably pop up from time to time as I dissect and reassemble these spreadsheets on a weekly basis. If I can't make this process easier through Excel, I'm sure I can convince my boss to spring for tracking software, but a client-tracker in Excel that I have control over is far more appealing than the software that's out there.
Any help would be appreciated. My Google-Fu has come up with very little, mostly because I'm uncertain exactly what I'm even looking for.