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Transpose with a twist
Transpose with a twist  
Hello Adelaide,
I have a transposition question, but with a twist.
Please see the attached image.
I think that explains everything clearly.
I have considered fancy lookups, index/match, and vba - all to no avail.
I'm not an expert vba guy like you, and I'm guessing this definitely needs a vba solution.
Thanks for your efforts, Adelaide!
- Al Baker

Hi Al
How are you?

Your question may take too long for me to solve it, However, I would start doing the following:
1. Sort te data by column A
2. Make an index table for each value of column A ( a vba program would do this)
3. Search the initial range accordingly to the index table

But I am going to keep your question on my file so when there is some time, I will think on it

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