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Actually, your solution is helpful but
I am still unable to adapt it to my problem.
I will upload a new excel sheet which could be more clear.

Basically, I need a macro that creates an output sheet
and then selects using AutoFilter all the entries in List1
relating to category A and paste that in the output sheet.
Then select all entries in List2 relating to catory A (Autofilter again)
and paste those entries after the first batch of info in sheet output.

Please can you use the autofilter to search for the entries needed in both lists.

Thanks
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Please ignore the first paragraph... This is the question:

Basically, I need a macro that creates an output sheet (new sheet)
and then selects using AutoFilter all the entries in List1
relating to category A and paste that in the output sheet.
Then select all entries in List2 (except the titles) relating to catory A (Autofilter again)
and paste those entries after the first batch of info in sheet output.

Please can you use the autofilter to search for the entries needed in both lists.

Thanks for the help
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