I understand. Entering the same data into Excel repeatedly can be tedious and time-consuming. There are several ways to automate this process, and I would be happy to provide you with some suggestions.
One way to automate data entry is by using Excel’s built-in data entry form. This feature allows you to create a form that contains all the fields you need to fill out, making it easy to input data quickly and accurately. To create a data entry form in Excel, you can follow these steps:
Open the workbook that you want to add a data entry form to.
Click on the “Developer” tab in the ribbon. If you don’t see the Developer tab, you may need to enable it in Excel’s options.
Click on the “Insert” button in the “Controls” group, and select “Form” from the drop-down menu.
In the “Form Controls” dialog box, select the fields you want to include in your form, and click “OK”.
Your data entry form will now be created. You can input data into the fields by clicking on them and typing in the information.
Another way to automate data entry is by using Excel macros. A macro is a recorded set of actions that can be played back to automate repetitive tasks. To create a macro for data entry, you can follow these steps:
Click on the “Developer” tab in the ribbon, and select “Visual Basic” from the “Code” group.
In the Visual Basic Editor, click on “Insert” and select “Module”.
Type in the code to automate your data entry. For example, if you want to enter the same data into the same cells every time, you can create a macro that inputs the data automatically.
Save your macro and close the Visual Basic Editor.
Once you’ve created your macro, you can assign it to a button on your worksheet or add it to the Quick Access Toolbar for easy access.
I hope this helps. Do you have any questions about these methods, or would you like me to explain any of the steps in more detail?