Macro to populate values based on criteria, have an example

guitarmanz

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Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. Windows
Hello,

I have 3 total worksheets.

Worksheet "PRD"

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Worksheet "HRS"
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Worksheet "SRS"
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Worksheet HRS and SRS have Column "Source" where it can be tied to PRD worksheet. I am looking to try to combine all sheets by the PRD identifier similar to below (new worksheet). Any macros would be VERY beneficial to me. Thank you

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