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    Split worksheet content into multiple worksheets

    Hi Everyone,

    I am trying to split an excel spreadsheet into multipule workbooks by column A (location), but really do not have a clue as to where to start.

    can anyone help please.

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    Re: Split worksheet content into multiple worksheets

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    'SHEET1 TO MANY SHEETS
    Here's a macro for parsing rows of data from one sheet to many sheets named for the same values in a specific column.


    It not only can parse the rows, it can create the sheets if they are missing. There is a sample sheet there where you can test this out.
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    Re: Split worksheet content into multiple worksheets

    Did you try it out? How is it going?

    If that takes care of your need, please select Thread Tools from menu above and set this topic to SOLVED.

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    Re: Split worksheet content into multiple worksheets

    See the link below

    Exactly the same situation

    http://www.excelforum.com/excel-prog...=1#post2857955

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    Re: Split worksheet content into multiple worksheets

    Hi guys (I'm assuming).

    I think Jerry's code creates multiple workbooks and Jindon's creates multiple worksheets. Workbooks <> Worksheets.

    This means Jerry's answer isn't what the OP asked for and Jindon is incorrect when he says "Exactly the same situation".

    I've had a few drinks so I may be wrong, but this is what it looks like from here.
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    Re: Split worksheet content into multiple worksheets

    Quote Originally Posted by MarvinP View Post
    Hi guys (I'm assuming).

    I think Jerry's code creates multiple workbooks and Jindon's creates multiple worksheets. Workbooks <> Worksheets.

    This means Jerry's answer isn't what the OP asked for and Jindon is incorrect when he says "Exactly the same situation".

    I've had a few drinks so I may be wrong, but this is what it looks like from here.
    Yeah, you are.
    What I meant was Exactly the same situation as the thread title.

    Split worksheet content into multiple worksheets

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    Re: Split worksheet content into multiple worksheets

    Duh, my bad, those two links looked the same to me ins wee early morning... sorry about that. I've corrected the link above in post #2.
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