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Create New Worksheets based on one column in a Large Dataset

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    Create New Worksheets based on one column in a Large Dataset

    Hello all,

    I have a dataset that looks a little something like this:

    MPS 2229250 35521 55
    MPS 2229250 35522 46
    MPS 2229250 35523 42
    MPS 2229250 35524 37
    USJ055 2231565 35619 13
    USJ055 2231565 35620 10
    USJ055 2231565 35621 8.3
    USJ055 2231565 35622 15
    T-6 2234344 40858 42
    T-6 2234344 40859 38
    T-6 2234344 40860 36
    T-6 2234344 40861 35

    This goes on for roughly 100,000 rows. There are 4 columns. The first column contains the name of a site, the third column contains a date, and the fourth contains the value for that date.

    Here is what I want to do. Create a new worksheet for each site (so one for MPS, one for USJ055, one for T-6, etc.) and copy all of the data for that site into that worksheet.

    Can anyone help? I started by copy-pasting, was taking forever.

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    Re: Create New Worksheets based on one column in a Large Dataset

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