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    Post Combine multiple rows into one based on same cell value

    I have many rows that I need to combine into one row. They have a same value in common.

    It looks something like this.

    271001 0033 02 Atty Floyd Fortuin TTE
    271001 0049 02 Cleared Mark Itkowitz
    271001 0053 03 RM CB Develop Sales Inc
    271001 0056 03 DL MMRC LLC


    I need it to look like this.

    271001 0033 02 Atty Floyd Fortuin TTE 271001 0049 02 Cleared Mark Itkowitz 271001 053 03 RM CB Develop Sales Inc 271001 0056 03 DL MMRC LLC

    I need the values to be transposed to the next available cell on the first row.

    Thank you,

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    Re: Combine multiple rows into one based on same cell value

    Try this
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    Re: Combine multiple rows into one based on same cell value

    It works. However, it only copies 2 rows now all 4 of them...

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    Re: Combine multiple rows into one based on same cell value

    Let's see what happens when we eliminate any leading or trailing spaces in column A entries.
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    Re: Combine multiple rows into one based on same cell value

    It is working!

    I appreciate it so much!

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    Re: Combine multiple rows into one based on same cell value

    Quote Originally Posted by CQ1288 View Post
    It is working!

    I appreciate it so much!
    Glad to help. You should make sure your cell entries in column A do not have leading oir trailing spaces which are not visible to the eye but are characters that VBA and Excel can read. Those extra characters prevent matching with other cells which do not have the space characters entered.
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