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    Transposing 3 columns into multiple columns

    I'm trying to automatically tranpose 3 columns of students grade predictions into mutiple columns with the students name in one column and other subject predictions in other columns reading across the page (rather than down the page)

    Please see the attached spreadsheet which illustrates what I'm trying to do. I did this using the transpose option for each student but it would take ages to do this manually.

    Thank you for you help.

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    Re: Transposing 3 columns into multiple columns

    Hi David,

    Here's one way with the use of an helper column and also using white text to hide the names.
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    Re: Transposing 3 columns into multiple columns

    Or You can also use Index and Match Function

    You don't have to Insert Helper Column

    Confirm with CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER
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    Re: Transposing 3 columns into multiple columns

    Thanks to both hardeep.kanwar and oldchippy - both solutions have helped me with my problem.

    Regards,

    David


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