Macro for splitting content from one cell into multiple rows, and vice versa, with specific formatting

scardadeiro

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Hello,

I'd like to split content from one cell into multiple rows, and vice versa, with specific formatting. I think the only quick way to do this is via a Macro, but I'm not familiar with VBA at all. Can anybody lend a hand? These take too long to format manually, especially with thousands of rows:

Pre-format:

Pre-format.png


Post format:

Post-format.png


Essentially, each email address needs to be on it's own separate line, while including a
separated list of all order #s and PO #s in their own single cells.
 

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