Updating sheet list in excel
Perhaps this is a task more suited for a database, like Access, and I'm open to such options as well.But in the end my output needs to be in an Excel spreadsheet and I need to be able to easily synchronize the database with those documents (both ways) when there are updates.Generally, I can also assign a GUID to each line item when I need to be able to cross-reference data.While it would be ideal for the solution to automatically adapt to exceptions, they should be rare enough that I can handle those manually as needed.I have created several custom reports and memorized them.The reports are lists only - containing different bits of customer info in each report. From the Master List, a report for Customer Birthdays was created. Each list was exported to one of three different workbooks in Excel.As new customers are added in QB, the Custom Memorized reports are being updated correctly. I tried both Updating a worksheet and replacing a worksheet. The second message is: QB does not support updates for this type of report. Do I have to create new workbooks each time I have to update the Customer lists?I get two messages: Excel does not permit exporting to a protected or shared workbook. OK - I can live with that, but why can I not replace the entire page? Hi impossible, Have you tried the steps in the following FAQ: https://support.quickbooks.intuit.com/support/articles/sln75462Let me know and we can investigate further.' data-inline-edit-type='wysiwyg' data-inline-edit-url='/answers/2512728' id='inline_edit_answer_2512728_body' Yes. It states that "QB does not support updates for this type of report". This is a report created in QB and exported to Excel. People come to Quick Books Learn & Support for help and answers—we want to let them know that we're here to listen and share our knowledge.
Are you tired of manually linking similar outputs from different tabs in an Excel model to a summary sheet?need to add more data or formulas to your spreadsheet because chances are good that you will.With that in mind, you should spend about 80 percent of your time planning your spreadsheet and about 20 percent implementing it.But many users are equally aware that dealing with workbooks can cause a huge number of snags.The hacks in this chapter will help you avoid some of these snags while taking advantage of some of the more effective but often overlooked ways in which you can control your workbooks.