VB Code to consolidate

I have a ODBC query bringing in order header files on the orders by routes.
but there are three companies with three routes that equal one.

Route: 1A, 2B, 2C

I don't want to have three filters on the routes I would like to have a lookup or something so they can be consolidated as one in the view
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Rory ArchibaldCommented:
It would be useful to see a data sample. I think you just need a lookup table, but it's not clear from the question. You could also simply group those items in a pivot table if that works for your needs.
jaymz69Author Commented:
That would sound like the easiest way.

How would I go about on a data lookup table?
Rory ArchibaldCommented:
You would have a lookup table with the actual route numbers in the first column, then the group names in the second column. Then in the source data you use an additional column with a formula like:
to return the group for that route.

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jaymz69Author Commented:
How would I group in a Pivot Table
I would have to somehow setup every route consolidation
Rory ArchibaldCommented:
If you have a lot of them to group, use a lookup table and formulas. Doing it in the pivot table would be a real pain.
jaymz69Author Commented:
OK so back to looking up lookup table.

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