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Phone bill data analysis - sorting cost by phone nos

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    Phone bill data analysis - sorting cost by phone nos

    Greetings everyone,

    I'm a medium level Excel user. I've been having problem with converting and sorting the data according to the format I wanted. Attached in the link are the sample data and the format that I intended to create.

    For your info, I've had extract the data from actual online statement and compiled into single sheets. Its a lot of data, I've run out of imagination & formulas. Perhaps someone who is a master in VBA would help me.


    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: Phone bill data analysis - sorting cost by phone nos

    Hello mesoul,

    Welcome to the Forum!

    I would have been nice if you had added an sample to the Analysis sheet to show what data would be included where. Would you do that and repost the workbook?
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    Re: Phone bill data analysis - sorting cost by phone nos

    Attach the example to the post
    Hope that helps.

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