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    VBA to move data down a row and to the left

    Hey there,
    What I have is an excel spreadsheet that gets exported out pretty ugly. What I am hoping to do is for VBA (or other suggestion?) to look down a colum and if there is data there grab what is there and to the right of it and move down a row. (hope that is good enough explanation) I am going to include a sample file to help explain.
    So Look down colum F if data grab what is in colum F, G, H, I and move it down 1 row and to the left but to leave column E.. So F1,G1,H1,I1 would get moved down to A2,B2,C2,D2 and so on.

    If any one can lead me in the right direction you will be such a big help.. Thanks


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    Re: VBA to move data down a row and to the left

    You attached desired result, can I see source data ? There is a blank row between each line ?
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    Re: VBA to move data down a row and to the left

    Maybe:

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    Re: VBA to move data down a row and to the left

    Hi, John,

    shouldnīt be (no matter whether cut or copy) since you move down Column F:
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    Canīt help but patel45 has asked an essential information here:

    There is a blank row between each line ?
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    Re: VBA to move data down a row and to the left

    Quote Originally Posted by HaHoBe View Post
    Hi, John,

    shouldnīt be (no matter whether cut or copy) since you move down Column F:
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    Canīt help but patel45 has asked an essential information here:


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    Hi Ciao:

    If you use copy vrs cut on the sample data, you'll get a different result. I used cut because I thought that produced the result the OP requested. I agree with patel45's question, however I took in consideration of the blank row between each line by offsetting the activecell 2 instead of 1 to select the next cell. I'm not certain this will satisfy the OPS needs. Just a guesstimate.

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