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    Hi again!

    I am having issues with stacking data so it can be used in another program.

    Please see http://www.excelforum.com/showthread...09#post4287509

    I need the same type of macro but I need the data to be stacked by each column and not every 3 columns.

    So the finished result will be column A containing 388 numbers on top of each other.

    Thanks in advance.

    Paul
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    Re: Stacking data from multiple columns.

    Try this code on a dummy of your sheet.

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    Re: Stacking data from multiple columns.

    Hi,

    You don't necessarily need a macro. Put the following in D5 and copy down to A392

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    If you do need a macro just have the macro write that formula to the range.
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    Re: Stacking data from multiple columns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Buttrey View Post
    Hi,

    You don't necessarily need a macro. Put the following in D5 and copy down to A392

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    If you do need a macro just have the macro write that formula to the range.
    Hi,

    Thanks for getting back to me so quickly! It worked perfectly. Do you have to go from D5 as there are 4 numbers in each column.

    Really quick and easy thanks.

    Paul

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