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Transpose multiple rows to multiple columns

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    Transpose multiple rows to multiple columns

    Am new to Excel forum... so a big hello to everyone.

    I need help transposing data from multiple rows to multiple columns.
    The data i have, looks like this


    ABC Company
    John Doe
    Anytown
    (000)000-0000

    wwwww
    eeeee
    rrrrr
    ttt
    yyy
    uuu

    ww
    eee
    fff
    ggg
    hhh

    asds
    vxcvx
    sefs

    aaaa
    gggg
    hhh
    uuuuu
    oooo
    ppppp


    Is there a formula or macro i can use for the data to look like this

    ABC Company ABC Company John Doe Anytown (000)000-0000 #N/A #N/A #N/A
    John Doe
    Anytown
    (000)000-0000

    wwwww wwwww eeeee rrrrr ttt yyy uuu #N/A
    eeeee
    rrrrr
    ttt
    yyy
    uuu

    ww ww eee fff ggg hhh #N/A #N/A
    eee
    fff
    ggg
    hhh

    asds asds vxcvx sefs #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A
    vxcvx
    sefs

    aaaa aaaa gggg hhh uuuuu oooo ppppp #N/A
    gggg
    hhh
    uuuuu
    oooo
    ppppp


    I can use transpose but this file consists of 70,000 companies, names and addresses, so doing this manually seems impossible.

    Any ideas?

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    Re: Transpose multiple rows to multiple columns

    Maybe with this one.

    You need to change it for your need.

    Test it on a dummy of your sheet.

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    Re: Transpose multiple rows to multiple columns

    Thanks Oeldere

    I must admit am not very good with Macro's.. but this is what i've tried so far.

    I have edited and pasted your code an on existing Macro (!!!, not sure if i did the right thing) and i also added another column that i somehow seems to do a trick, but not quiet what i was hoping.

    I have attached the file, sheet one is what it look like before i run the MACRO and sheet2 is after the marco is run.

    Any ideas?plumbers2.xlsm

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    Re: Transpose multiple rows to multiple columns

    See the attached file.

    1) Sub filldata_acending_incolumnA()
    2) Sub Delete_empty_rows_in_collumnB()
    3) Sub Consolidate_2()

    The result you see in the file.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Re: Transpose multiple rows to multiple columns

    WoW!!.... that worked Oeldere!!!... you saved me!.

    I did try
    1) Sub filldata_acending_incolumnA()
    2) Sub Delete_empty_rows_in_collumnB()
    3) Sub Consolidate_2()

    For some reason taht gave me a debug error

    So i tried it in this order

    1) Sub Delete_empty_rows_in_collumnB()
    2) Sub filldata_acending_incolumnA()
    3) Sub Consolidate_2()

    Worked just fine!

    Thanks again!

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