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    Hi There, Is there a way to lookup Customer in A1 in sheet 2 and return ALL result to sheet 3, once complete for that customer move on to customer in A2 and show all results from Sheet2 on sheet 3..... so on and so forth?

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    Re: going down the list

    I'm sure there is, a long convoluted macro.

    Or you could simply copy all the data to Sheet3 as a whole then sort Sheet3 by Column A to get the same result with no macro.
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    Re: going down the list

    then I would have to delete a whole lot of information. This is a report with thousands of rows and about 10 columns. I am just trying to extract the information I need for a new report.

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    Re: going down the list

    I think you could probably adapt the code AB33 presents in Post #19 in this thread:

    http://www.excelforum.com/excel-prog...r-sheet-2.html

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    Re: going down the list

    Your question in post #1 does not imply any leaving of ANY information out, you indicated wanting to parse together ALL the rows for ALL the unique column A values and list them together on a new sheet. That is accomplished by simply SORTING the data a whole, then you can quickly delete the columns you don't really want.

    You'll need to present a much clearer picture of what you want, so far your question does not exclude anything. So for now I think I'm right and perhaps if you try it, you'll discover it's only 60 seconds of work after all.

    If not, post a workbook demonstrating how it's not as easy as what I've said. Thanks.

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