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transposing large amounts of data

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    Question transposing large amounts of data

    I have data organized in 3 columns as follows: ID, Date, Value with variable numbers of dates and corresponding Values for each ID. I have attached an excerpt in the worksheet.
    I need it to look like this:
    ID1, Date1, Date 2, Date 3, Value 1, Value 2, Value 3
    ID2, Date 1, Date 2, Value 1, Value 2
    ID3, Date1, Date 2, Date 3, Date 4, Date 5, Value 1, Value 2, Value 3, Value 4, Value 5
    and so forth. All Date 1s should start in the same column, same with Value 1.

    While I could do this manually with transpose function there are over 4000 rows. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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    Re: transposing large amounts of data

    First let me iterate that your current layout is superior to the goal.

    This will put all the dates together and the values together.
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