need a macro to convert rows to columns with cell reverence

Lavan

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Dec 15, 2004
Messages
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Hello Experts,

I need a macro to convert rows to columns with reverence to a cell value in column A. For example, I have a huge data like below

549 Peter
549 Peter
549 Bob
54B sam
54B sam
54D Mike
54D Mike
54D Mike
54F tony
54F tony
551 tony
551 tony
553 tony
553 tony
555 mike
555 mike
555 tom
555 tom
557 john
557 John
557 john
557 Peter
557 Peter

I want to move the data of B2 to C1 if A2=A1 and B3 to D1 if A3=A1 and so on.. till next cell value of A is not equal to A1 and start with new cell again. Finally it should be like below.

549 Peter Peter Bob
54B sam sam
54D Mike Mike Mike
54F tony tony
551 tony Tony
553 tony Tony
555 mike Mike tom tom
557 john John John Peter Peter


Thanks in Advance
Lavan
 

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rbrhodes

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May 25, 2007
Messages
69
Hi Lavan.

Like this:

Option Explicit

Sub ToRows()

Dim Cel As Range
Dim Rng As Range
Dim cCount As Long
Dim rCount As Long
Dim NumCol As Long
Dim NamCol As Long
Dim LastRow As Long
Dim StartRow As Long

'BEGIN CHANGE
'col with numbers: CHANGE TO SUIT
NumCol = 1
'col with names: CHANGE TO SUIT
NamCol = 2
'first row of data :CHANGE TO SUIT
StartRow = 1
'END CHANGE

'get last row of data (numbers Column)
LastRow = Cells(65536, NumCol).End(xlUp).Row

'what to work on (numbers Column)
Set Rng = Range(Cells(StartRow, NumCol), Cells(LastRow, NumCol))

'speed, recursion
With Application
.ScreenUpdating = False
.EnableEvents = False
End With

'init
cCount = NamCol + 1
rCount = StartRow

'do sort
With Rng
For Each Cel In Rng
With Cel
If .Offset(1, 0) = Cel Then
.Offset(1, 1).Cut Destination:=Cells(rCount, cCount)
cCount = cCount + 1
Else
cCount = NamCol + 1
rCount = Cel.Row + 1
End If
End With
Next Cel
End With

'kill blanks
Range(Cells(StartRow, NamCol).Address, Cells(LastRow, NamCol).Address).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeBlanks).EntireRow.Delete

'cleanup
Set Cel = Nothing
Set Rng = Nothing

'reset
With Application
.ScreenUpdating = True
.EnableEvents = True
End With

End Sub
 

Lavan

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Dec 15, 2004
Messages
56
Yes dr, Its a perfect match to my requirement. Thanks again.

Lavan
 
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