I have a workbook that is composed of forty (or so) worksheets containing data and a single summary worksheet that has command buttons that take the user to the appropriate data worksheet for their specific project. Each data worksheet is exactly the same in terms of where the header row starts, and the specific headings.
On each data worksheet there is a command button that when clicked, builds a pivot table of the data for the current project. I have been able to create VBA code that hides the columns containing the data and then creates the pivot table in the empty (unhidden) columns n the same worksheet. This works fine, but is not a good solution from a useability standpoint.
What I have been trying to do is when the command button is clicked I want to capture the name of the current worksheet as a variable in VBA, go to a separate worksheet to build the pivot table, and when the user clicks a ‘Review Data’ command button on the pivot table worksheet they are taken back to their original worksheet containing their data. Is this possible?
I have searched for hours on this forum (and the web in general) for a solution and haven’t been able to find one (possibly because this is such a basic problem…) I’m just learning VBA so let me apologize in advance if this is a dumb question. Any coding help is greatly appreciated! Cheers, Pete