Big challenge from an online form

kenjohnson_342

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I cannot find a good easy solution for this. I am not good with macros either before we get too many vba suggestions.

Short version: I have an online form that creates a csv and adds employee records horizontally. The more employees added the more columns added. But I need to be able to build reports for payroll so I was trying to drive toward something that adds these records vertically. Or at least modifies this version to something more usable vertically.

2 screenshots. Bottom one is the online form we fill out. It's a volunteer fire department, after a call the officer enters in incident information (times etc) then using the drop downs has the employee who responded and the truck the responded in. Top screenshot is the csv file a series of these forms generates. In my testing I have 3 separate calls entered. I have the potential for anywhere from 1 employee to 15 employees. In the screenshot you can see how it generates it.

I could have anywhere from 10 to 50 calls that will get logged in a pay period. Initially I thought I could copy this csv output and paste it in another sheet that is templated to accept it. But I can't get a good format for listing things vertically.

On this online tool, I can build the form so that each member has to put in their own individual submission which could give me 15 individual rows but that's not user friendly. If I build the form so we can put 15 people in it, it adds the personnel in columns not in rows, which makes pivot tables and standardizing templates difficult.

Anybody have any good suggestions?


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