VSORT with sorting (Ascending-Descending)

Ali Kırksekiz

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I did Data-Sort and macro but I can't do VSORT (more function)

I am having trouble getting VSORT to work I have to four columns

Number......Name............Lesson Code.............Mark
256...........Michael XX ..........TAM..................... 56
112...........Zeeman AA.........MAT...................... 78
80.............Adrian PP...........ING....................... 45
657...........Bob FF................COG......................95

Sort ascending Number list/I want to like this

Number......Name............Lesson Code.............Mark
80.............Adrian PP...........ING....................... 45
112...........Zeeman AA.........MAT...................... 78
256...........Michael XX ..........TAM..................... 56
657...........Bob FF................COG......................95

Sort ascending(alphabetical)Name list/I want to like this

Number......Name............Lesson Code.............Mark
80.............Adrian PP...........ING....................... 45
657...........Bob FF................COG......................95
256...........Michael XX ..........TAM..................... 56
112...........Zeeman AA.........MAT...................... 78

Sort ascending (alphabetical)Lesson code list/I want to like this

Number......Name............Lesson Code.............Mark
657...........Bob FF................COG......................95
80.............Adrian PP...........ING....................... 45
112...........Zeeman AA.........MAT...................... 78
256...........Michael XX ..........TAM..................... 56


Thanks for any help
 

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Krishnakumar

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Joined
Feb 28, 2003
Messages
2,615
Hi,

Formula in F2 and copied down & across,

=INDEX(VSORT($A$2:$D$5,$A$2:$A$5,1),ROWS($A$2:$A2),COLUMNS($F$1:F$1))

In F8,

=INDEX(VSORT($A$2:$D$5,$B$2:$B$5,1),ROWS($A$8:$A8),COLUMNS($F$1:F$1))

In F14,

=INDEX(VSORT($A$2:$D$5,$C$2:$C$5,1),ROWS($A$8:$A8),COLUMNS($F$1:F$1))

HTH
 

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