Excel split master into different tabs

norriz

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Messages
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Hello Team,
I have a spreadsheet that looks like this:
a</SPAN>
b</SPAN>
C</SPAN>
D</SPAN>
E</SPAN>
F</SPAN>
K1</SPAN>
2/5/2013</SPAN>
SA</SPAN>
AN</SPAN>
3</SPAN>
OCEAN</SPAN>
K2</SPAN>
2/6/2013</SPAN>
GH</SPAN>
ND</SPAN>
2</SPAN>
LAND</SPAN>
K3</SPAN>
2/7/2013</SPAN>
KK</SPAN>
IR</SPAN>
5</SPAN>
AIR</SPAN>
K4</SPAN>
2/8/2013</SPAN>
OO</SPAN>
AN</SPAN>
6</SPAN>
OCEAN</SPAN>
K5</SPAN>
2/9/2013</SPAN>
EE</SPAN>
ND</SPAN>
3</SPAN>
LAND</SPAN>
K6</SPAN>
2/10/2013</SPAN>
QQ</SPAN>
IR</SPAN>
9</SPAN>
AIR</SPAN>
K7</SPAN>
2/11/2013</SPAN>
QW</SPAN>
AN</SPAN>
3</SPAN>
OCEAN</SPAN>
K8</SPAN>
2/12/2013</SPAN>
QS</SPAN>
ND</SPAN>
0</SPAN>
LAND</SPAN>
K9</SPAN>
2/13/2013</SPAN>
DF</SPAN>
IR</SPAN>
1</SPAN>
AIR</SPAN>
K10</SPAN>
2/14/2013</SPAN>
GJ</SPAN>
AN</SPAN>
5</SPAN>
OCEAN</SPAN>
K11</SPAN>
2/15/2013</SPAN>
MS</SPAN>
ND</SPAN>
3</SPAN>
LAND</SPAN>
K12</SPAN>
2/16/2013</SPAN>
KF</SPAN>
IR</SPAN>
2</SPAN>
AIR</SPAN>
K13</SPAN>
2/17/2013</SPAN>
JI</SPAN>
AN</SPAN>
8</SPAN>
OCEAN</SPAN>
K14</SPAN>
2/18/2013</SPAN>
PP</SPAN>
ND</SPAN>
6</SPAN>
LAND</SPAN>
K15</SPAN>
2/19/2013</SPAN>
TE</SPAN>
IR</SPAN>
3</SPAN>
AIR</SPAN>
K16</SPAN>
2/20/2013</SPAN>
FH</SPAN>
AN</SPAN>
0</SPAN>
OCEAN</SPAN>
K17</SPAN>
2/21/2013</SPAN>
JV</SPAN>
ND</SPAN>
6</SPAN>
LAND</SPAN>
K18</SPAN>
2/22/2013</SPAN>
MM</SPAN>
IR</SPAN>
8</SPAN>
AIR</SPAN>
K19</SPAN>
2/23/2013</SPAN>
NS</SPAN>
AN</SPAN>
7</SPAN>
OCEAN</SPAN>
K20</SPAN>
2/24/2013</SPAN>
PI</SPAN>
ND</SPAN>
1</SPAN>
LAND</SPAN>

<TBODY>
</TBODY>


I will like to split this master into different tabs using column F to look like this:
K1</SPAN>
2/5/2013</SPAN>
SA</SPAN>
AN</SPAN>
3</SPAN>
OCEAN</SPAN>
K4</SPAN>
2/8/2013</SPAN>
OO</SPAN>
AN</SPAN>
6</SPAN>
OCEAN</SPAN>
K7</SPAN>
2/11/2013</SPAN>
QW</SPAN>
AN</SPAN>
3</SPAN>
OCEAN</SPAN>

<TBODY>
</TBODY>

K2</SPAN>
2/6/2013</SPAN>
GH</SPAN>
ND</SPAN>
2</SPAN>
LAND</SPAN>
K5</SPAN>
2/9/2013</SPAN>
EE</SPAN>
ND</SPAN>
3</SPAN>
LAND</SPAN>
K8</SPAN>
2/12/2013</SPAN>
QS</SPAN>
ND</SPAN>
0</SPAN>
LAND</SPAN>

<TBODY>
</TBODY>
How can i get this done in excel, is vlookup/hlookup the ideal way, not sure. Please help.
thanks
 

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norriz

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Thanks Marcelo.
Thats a great tool, but how do i get datapig in my excel
 

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