VBA or Possible with Excel Functions ?

jimimid

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Need to know if there is a way to read through an unstructured list and return a value for a calculated column.

In Excel 2007, have a list of employee positions. Column 1, Position Title, Column 2, Salary Type (Annual, Monthly), Column 3 Special Flag, (will have some type of alphanumeric value).
I would like to read through the list and for any position that has the special flagged turned on return a value for the rest of the rows for the same position in a calculated column.
Example:


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I want to be able to have column D read "Yes" for rows 7-10, because it found out that for one of the rows for the secretary position it did have a value for special flag... There is no telling how many rows there are for any given position, but want to read through all the rows for the positions and set a flag for all rows if a value is found for special flag in any given row for that position.
 

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jimimid

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Example of worksheet:
 

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