DenniBrink

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Greetings! I am looking for inspiration and problem solving skill involving best practices for data retrieval. I have a table listing employees scheduled days and work assignments. The table is organized as such:

Name
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Bob
NS
NS
Clean
Inspect
Inspect
Clean
Clean
Ed
Clean
Clean
NS
NS
Clean
Inspect
Inspect
Rick
Inspect
Inspect
Inspect
Clean
Clean
Clean
Clean

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Currently, I run a macro that filters out the "NS" and copies the names and assigned day. I wonder is there a better way such as pivotal table or a lookup formula. Please share your thoughts.
 

Excel Facts

What is the fastest way to copy a formula?
If A2:A50000 contain data. Enter a formula in B2. Select B2. Double-click the Fill Handle and Excel will shoot the formula down to B50000.

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