Formatting an unorganized data

shekhar_pc

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ask.xls
BCDEFGHIJKLMN
6ABCDAA-99904:0505:0507:0502:00143 :TOM P(C1)631 :**** S(C2)
7ABC-DEF1030 :HARRY GA(C2)
81211 :JULIE (C2)
9ABCDAA-88804:0505:0507:0502:00543 :TIM P(C1)1131 :JOHN S(C2)
10GHI-JKL6030 :BOB(C2)
116211 :VIC M(C2)
Sheet1
ask.xls
BCDEFG
6ABCDAA-99904:0505:0502:00143 :TOM P(C1)
7ABC-DEF07:05631 :**** S(C2)
81030 :HARRY GA(C2)
91211 :JULIE (C2)
10ABCDAA-88804:0505:0502:00543 :TIM P(C1)
11GHI-JKL07:051131 :JOHN S(C2)
126030 :BOB(C2)
136211 :VIC M(C2)
Sheet2


I have my RAW data in Sheet1 in the range B6:N11 (Actual data would be at B6:Nxx, where xx is not known) . I have to format the RAW data in such a way that it looks like in figure 2 posted above which should be formatted in sheet2 in the range (B6:Gxx)

I have recorded a macro and tweaked it a little bit which gives me a similar answer but not the perfect one that I want. Also my recorded macro is too big. Can anyone help me with this?
 

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shekhar_pc

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Any help or logic that gives me a chance to work it out would be greatly appreciated.
 

Scott Huish

MrExcel MVP
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Mar 17, 2004
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Office Version
  1. 365
  2. 2010
Platform
  1. Windows
Code:
Sub test()
Dim x As Range, firstaddress As String
With Range("B:B")
Set x = .Find("ABCD", Range("B" & Rows.Count), LookIn:=xlFormulas, LookAt _
    :=xlPart, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlNext, MatchCase:= _
    False, SearchFormat:=False)
If Not x Is Nothing Then
    firstaddress = x.Address
    Do
        'Your Code Here
        Set x = .FindNext(x)
    Loop While Not x Is Nothing And x.Address <> firstaddress
End If
End With
End Sub
 

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