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Employee grouping, adding to an array formula.

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    Cool Employee grouping, adding to an array formula.

    I have an array formula that works pretty good for me. I get a great deal of data with employees division, rank, and name. My array formula sepeartes them by division.

    I want to add on to my array formula so that it seperates personnel by division and ALSO by one type of rank. I'm stuck.

    Thanks for your help. I've included an example.

    EMPLOYEE ARRAY.xlsx

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    Re: Employee grouping, adding to an array formula.

    maybe with pivot table.
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    Re: Employee grouping, adding to an array formula.

    The pivot table works well, but I have reports that I want to look neat and I have 20,000 names so cutting and pasting the results for the pivot table is not ideal. Is it possible to add conditions to my array formula?

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