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Looking for a macro to break out multiple numbers in one cell into separate rows

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    Lightbulb Looking for a macro to break out multiple numbers in one cell into separate rows

    Looking for a macro - any help is appreciated!

    Essentially, the excel file is in this format:

    Column 1 Column 2
    Cara 12, 13, 14

    And I need it in this format:

    Column 1 Column 2
    Cara 12
    Cara 13
    Cara 14

    Please see the attached excel file for further detail on what I need help with.

    Thanks for your help in advance!

    Excel Forum Macro Help.xlsx

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    Re: Looking for a macro to break out multiple numbers in one cell into separate rows

    This will put your data on sheet2

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    Re: Looking for a macro to break out multiple numbers in one cell into separate rows

    Hi stnkynts,

    Thank you very much for sharing this. Given this is my first time ever creating/running a custom macro, I'm a little unsure if I understand the "Sub elbertta()" portion. Does this need to be included in the macro? Or should I substitute the elbertta statement for something else?

    Thank you!

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    Re: Looking for a macro to break out multiple numbers in one cell into separate rows

    Hi stnkynts,

    Thank you very much for sharing this. Given this is my first time ever creating/running a custom macro, I'm a little unsure if I understand the "Sub elbertta()" portion. Does this need to be included in the macro? Or should I substitute the elbertta statement for something else?

    Thank you!

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    Re: Looking for a macro to break out multiple numbers in one cell into separate rows

    The "Sub" is indicating that it is a subroutine as is a neccesary part. The "elbertta" after it is the name of the subroutine and is completely arbitrary in this situation. You will want to copy the entire code (sub included) and paste that into a module within the Visual Basic Editor.

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    Re: Looking for a macro to break out multiple numbers in one cell into separate rows

    Here's another.. it should be reasonably fast on larger data sets as there is not much interaction with the sheet..

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