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    Excel 2003 - VBA - Rows to column

    Hello Guys !

    I have a list of items with codes, quantity and expiry dates, it s basically my stock inventory.

    To fit in my reporting format, i need to have one row per code with the different expiry date and quantity at the end of the rows :

    Item A 500 31/12/2014
    Item A 300 31/01/2015
    Item A 200 31/05/2015
    Item B 500 30/16/2014
    Item B 300 30/04/2015

    Item A 500 31/12/2014 300 31/01/2015 200 31/05/2015
    Item B 500 30/16/2014 300 30/04/2015

    Ideally i would also like to have the sum for each row.

    Item A 1000 500 31/12/2014 300 31/01/2015 200 31/05/2015
    Item B 800 500 30/16/2014 300 30/04/2015


    I m not skilled enough in VBA to do this, Does anybody have an idea ?

    Cheers

    I ve another thread at : http://www.mrexcel.com/forum/excel-q...ml#post3421706
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    Re: Excel 2003 - VBA - Rows to column

    I see in your 2nd tab that the data is placed in the order of ascending dates? Is this true?
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    Re: Excel 2003 - VBA - Rows to column

    Yes :-)

    Thanks for your interest arlu1201

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    Re: Excel 2003 - VBA - Rows to column

    Hi, lantuan,

    I'm afraid your post does not comply with Rule 8 of our Forum RULES. Do not crosspost your question on multiple forums without including links here to the other threads on other forums.

    Cross-posting is when you post the same question in other forums on the web. The last thing you want to do is waste people's time working on an issue you have already resolved elsewhere. We prefer that you not cross-post at all, but if you do (and it's unlikely to go unnoticed), you MUST provide a link (copy the url from the address bar in your browser) to the cross-post.

    Expect cross-posted questions without a link to be closed and a message will be posted by the moderator explaining why. We are here to help so help us to help you!

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    Re: Excel 2003 - VBA - Rows to column

    Done !

    Sorry i did not know .

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    Re: Excel 2003 - VBA - Rows to column

    Thanks Holger for pointing this out. I was working on the solution and did spend some good time on it, which i guess is wasted since the OP has already received a solution at the other site.

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