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Hi there,

How can filter this column so I see all the consecutive numbers without the "doubles" so I can just see 10,20,30,40,50,60,70.. the I can add information to it.

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Question by:shunca
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You can add a helper formula in free column...

say the numbers start in A2, then you would add a formula in an empty row2 cell

=COUNTIF(A$2:A2,A2)=1

and copy down.

Then filter the table, by this column and filter for TRUE.
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Thank you. Now, how can I paste information for all the true values filtered. When I try to copy to all "True" values, it copies to all visible data (true) and hidden (False)
Is there a way I can avoid that?

Thanks
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