Filling in a grid

rock990

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Hello Excel World,

I have a grid that I have to fill in with the x axis being "strikes" and the y axis being different dates. the data is on another spreadsheet that has two columns, the first is titled "strikes" and the second column is titled "dates". is there method to sort the information in the grid automatically?

thanks,

paul
 

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erik.van.geit

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rock990,

An example with "before"-sheet (starting data) and "after"-sheet (results) would be helpful ...
Can you post this with "Colo's HTML Maker utility for displaying your Excel Worksheet on the board" (see bottom of the page)

kind regards,
Erik
 

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