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    Lining up URL's with SKU's -

    So I have some ecommerce analytics data... A-F columns - that I want to line up landing page w/ units sold...

    Column A - is parts of a URL and looks like ----- /example1/SKU###/example2.aspx

    I need to pair up with column C where the data looks like ----- SKU###

    50k+lines - I need something that will line up A w/ C and bring all the other data with it... I'm at a total loss

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Lining up URL's with SKU's -

    Suggest that you do a 'Text to Columns' (data ribbon) to extract the SKU from the URL and then use VLOOKUP to pull across the data. If this doesn't make sense, please provide an example workbook.
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    Re: Lining up URL's with SKU's -

    Example Attached
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    Re: Lining up URL's with SKU's -

    Hello Davethe,

    The macro below has been added to the attached workbook. The matched results are output to "Sheet2" with row 1 for the column headers. The output sheet is automatically cleared each time the macro is run. There is a button at the top of "Sheet2" to run the macro.

    The macro assumes the data in original workbook is laid out the same as the sample file. Also the SKU is always taken before the page (.aspx or other valid identifier). If you have any problems or questions, let know.

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