Help Tagging Data where certain criteria met

kpaull

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Excel Workbook
ABCDE
1517-19-2010 0:31 PM - Data Export
152
1537-19-2010 0:31 PM - Report for Voice System name: xyz-123 ANYWEHRE USA - list usage exten 20063
154
155
156VDNVDN Number20063
157VectorVector Number939Step5
158VectorVector Number952Step5
159
1607-19-2010 0:31 PM - Data Export
161
1627-19-2010 0:31 PM - Report for Voice System name: xyz-123 ANYWEHRE USA - list usage exten 20064
163
164
165VDNVDN Number20064
166
1677-19-2010 0:32 PM - Data Export
168
1697-19-2010 0:32 PM - Report for Voice System name: xyz-123 ANYWEHRE USA - list usage exten 20070
170
171
172VDNVDN Number20070
173VectorVector Number870Step5
174
1757-19-2010 0:32 PM - Data Export
I have this data shown below, I import it from a .csv file into Excel. Each line which begins with the date stamp and ends with "list usage exten XXXXX" is considered the start of a new record and the rows that follow until the next similar line are all part of that one record. **Note this file might be 30000 rows or greater. list usage extnesion all

#VALUE!
Excel 2007[/B]


2) Now with the data like this, I need to look through the file for any record which contains only one row (for example the record on row 159) . I want only to show those records (possibly copy them to another worksheet).

Any guidance/help would would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
Kurtis
 

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kpaull

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Any questions on this? Did I perhaps not explain something correctly?

Should it be posted differently?

Hey, any help is appreciated.

Kurtis
 

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