Filling an Excel List

mmlevine

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I have two lists in Excel. The first list contains a series of (305) cost centers going vertical on my spreadsheet. The second list contains (200) expense categories also vertical on my spreadsheet.

I want to match the 305 cost centers to each of the expense categories to create a total of 61,000 rows.

I really don't want to copy/paste each of the 305 cost centers.

You help is appreciated.

Thanks,

Mark
 

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Oorang

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That is an excellent description of the layout, however you need to explain how the cost centers and expense categories match up.
 

mmlevine

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Unfortunately, they don't.

There is no common field. All cost centers chould get all expense categories.

Thanks,

Mark
 

Oorang

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Riiighttt but do they have a cost center field in the record set?
 
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