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I have file in excel:

name           transaction   amount        
john                         D              20            
john                         W              10            
john                         I              5              
Marry                        D              10            

D=deposit transaction
I=interest transaction
W=Withdrawal transaction

my question is how to shape those data into  this figure below in excel ? i'm currently use VBA for excel

name   Total deposit  total interest  total withdrawal
john          20                 5                     10
marry         10
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by:bruintje
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Hi, xaveboyz

you mean you already have a macro or you want one to get this result?

HTH:O)Bruintje
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i mean, i dont know the code in vba  for doing that
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ok i'm patching up a sample
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i mean, i dont know the code in vba  for doing that
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by:bruintje
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no need to code you can use a pivottable to do this

don't know which version of excel you use you can download a small sample here

http://www.bredlum.com/ee_temp/xlpivotsample.xls

just let me know if you need more help
:O)Bruintje
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sorry bruintje,but  i really need the vba code, thanks for help anyway
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