I'm looking for a macro to process a table that looks something like the attached Input.png to produce a result in a new worksheet that looks like the attached Output.png.
The solution provided by R_Rajesh for the question titled "Develop excel macro to create duplicate rows of records based on criteria" is an ideal and elegant method for creating the duplicate records based on the value in the #People field.
I'm hoping that there is a way to add a sub-routine that will split the string in the Names field and insert the name of each individual in the string into a duplicate record. Hope I'm making sense.
The records in my dataset have more fields than the examples and the value in the #People could, in theory, be infinitely large and is based on the number of forward slash delimiters in the Names field.
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