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    Merge and dedupe multple rows

    Hi everyone

    Been racking my brains over this for a while now and still cant quite figure it out.

    In the attachment I have a line of data for multiple resources with a corresponding date and number of hours to be spent on the project.

    I need to arrive at one line per resource with the corresponding date items on one line just moved up and deduped if that makes sense.

    Whenever I try and resolve it I and up looping myself to death.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers
    Sean

    Desired Result attached also, sorry
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    Re: Merge and dedupe multple rows

    An example if the desired output on another sheet would be helpful.
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    Re: Merge and dedupe multple rows

    Try the attached
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    Re: Merge and dedupe multple rows

    Quote Originally Posted by jindon View Post
    Try the attached
    Thinks Jindon, when I ran it nothing happened.

    I managed to get around it by doing the following, basic I know

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    Re: Merge and dedupe multple rows

    Quote Originally Posted by seanpears99 View Post
    Thinks Jindon, when I ran it nothing happened.
    You should see the result in "Sheet1", not on "temp" sheet.

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    Re: Merge and dedupe multple rows

    Sorry Jindon

    Schoolboy error.

    That is awesome and so much cleaner than my version.

    Still learning and I will go through your code and pick up some tips.

    Thank you so much.

    Love your work

    Sean

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    Re: Merge and dedupe multple rows

    Hi Jindon

    I have just noticed that the code will not work if there is only one resource.

    The array doesnt get loaded so after the clear contents, nothing is added.

    Any ideas?

    The attached file doesnt produce the same result and not records.
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    Re: Merge and dedupe multple rows

    Try change to
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    Re: Merge and dedupe multple rows

    Jindon

    Awesome, thank you so much.

    Really appreciate your assistance.

    Sean

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    Re: Merge and dedupe multple rows

    @ seanpears99

    Based on your last post it seems that you are satisfied with the solution(s) you've received but you haven't marked your thread as SOLVED. I'll do that for you now but please keep in mind for your future threads that Rule #9 requires you to do that yourself. If your problem has not been solved you can use Thread Tools (located above your first post) and choose "Mark this thread as unsolved".
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