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Take a vertical list and reorganize to a horizontal list

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Hopefully my example will help explain my issue. I had terrific help in merging several workbooks into one worksheet. It worked perfect and now I need to tweak the list for two separate functions. The list in A:D list each Fire Zone (Zone) and then identifies which Engines respond to that zone. Perfect! But, now my boss asked me if I can list each Engine company and show what Fire Zones (Zones) they respond to (F:AF). Each Engine company responds to a variable number of zones with no one engine resonding to a max of 25 zones, but more likely around 10 zones)

I tried some index and match formulas along with a few if statements, but fell short. Not sure how to proceed.

Thanks for the help.
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leptonka earned 2000 total points
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Hi!
Attached a possible solution with array formulas.
I assumed that here is no duplicated E-values in the original Engine-rows.
Best regards,
Kris
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I am not even going to pretend to understand what you did with this!

Thanks for the help.
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