Excel vba

can you please help,
is there a vba that can separate column "J"or "K", if the cell contains /
then separate and insert into a new line.

Please see sample attached. (original tab, after tab)

thank you,
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If you could try:

Sub Macro1()

Dim x As Long: x = 2

Do While Len(Cells(x, "J")) > 0
    If Cells(x, "J") Like "*/*" Then
    Rows(x & ":" & x).Copy
    Rows(x + 1 & ":" & x + 1).Insert Shift:=xlDown
    Application.CutCopyMode = False
    Cells(x, "J") = Split(Cells(x, "J"), "/")(0)
    Cells(x, "K") = Split(Cells(x, "K"), "/")(0)
    On Error Resume Next
    Cells(x + 1, "J") = Right(Cells(x + 1, "J"), Len(Cells(x + 1, "J")) - (Len(Cells(x, "J")) + 1))
    Cells(x + 1, "K") = Right(Cells(x + 1, "K"), Len(Cells(x + 1, "K")) - (Len(Cells(x, "K")) + 1))
    On Error GoTo 0
    End If
x = x + 1
End Sub

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