Macro help.

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Dan Wilson

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  1. 365
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Good day. I am running Office 365 (updated) on Windows 10 Home. I have a workbook that contains data for almost 5,000 songs in a worksheet titled DB. The workbook has 8 Columns. One of the columns is titled Genre. There are 32 different Genres in the workbook. I need a Macro that will search the DB worksheet and create a new worksheet with all the rows that match the desired Genre. I have some experience with Macros. Once I have a Macro that will find a particular Genre,, I can then create subsequent Macro to find other Genres. I only want a few Genres identified. Any help will be appreciated.
Thank you, Dan Wilson...
 

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