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macro to find first blank cell in a column cut the value from left adjacent column

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    macro to find first blank cell in a column cut the value from left adjacent column

    Help me with this please: I need a macro to find first blank cell in a column cut the value from left adjacent column and paste in that first blank cell and continue routine until last blank cell and stop



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    Re: macro to find first blank cell in a column cut the value from left adjacent colum

    Please attach a workbook rather than a picture.

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    Re: macro to find first blank cell in a column cut the value from left adjacent colum

    Hi willykin,

    Here is an amateur attempt to do what you are looking for. The macro was modified from previous net posts and I am sure more experienced members can provide you with more assistance. Unitl then, this should perform the task you are looking for.

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    Re: macro to find first blank cell in a column cut the value from left adjacent colum

    This is an old thread but I wanted to update the response.

    Here is a better approach:

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