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    Question Keeping columns in order

    I have two columns (Column F and Column G) dedicated to show when certain words show up in Column B. I want F and G to stay in order depending on how many times I edit Column B, so that the words that appear the most in Column B are on top. How do I set F and G to continuously stay in numerical order?

    Thanks for any help in advance.

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    Re: Keeping columns in order

    Can you post an example sheet?

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    Re: Keeping columns in order

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    I want Column F and G to change depending on if I add names to Column B but stay in numerical order

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    Re: Keeping columns in order

    This is a excel forum, we need a excel sheet to help not a jpg file.
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    Re: Keeping columns in order

    I'm sorry, I'm new here. How do I attach a spreadsheet?

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    Re: Keeping columns in order

    agh! Can anyone help? D:

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    Re: Keeping columns in order

    To Attach a File:

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    5. Click the Browse... button to locate your file for uploading.
    6. This will open a new window File Upload.
    7. Once you have located the file to upload click the Open button. This window will close.
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    Re: Keeping columns in order

    Alright I think I've done it- I've attached my spreadsheet here
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    Re: Keeping columns in order

    Anyone able to help?

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