Copying Columns to new worksheets

dpbarry

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Hi folks.

That time of year again - exam results!!!

We have a spreadsheet that the principal would like split into separate worksheets. Basically, he wants each subject column)(s with student name copied to a separate worksheet.

Student names are all in Column A. Each subject then follows a pattern of 3 columns so you would have Student name in Column A then over columns B,C & D, is the Art Subject information, E,F & G, is Biology information, H, I & J is Chemistry information.. etc..etc. Row 2 in each column holds the subject name

Is there a way of copying the relevant columns across to a new worksheet and name it with the subject heading (held in the second row of each column)?

Any assistance greatly appreciated

Declan
 

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