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transpose rows to column data

Posted on 2013-11-11
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excel 2010 vba

I have a list in Excel
That if the Number in column A is repeated. then its gets transposed to as many colmns as it needs depending on how many rows exist on the number in column A.

I have attached an example sheet with some data already transposed.

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fordraiders
The code belowe does not work



Looks like this
3755	BONNET	Abrasives
3755	BONNET	HVAC and Refrigeration
3755	BONNET	Plumbing
3755	BONNET	Cleaning
3755	BONNET	Plumbing
3756	BOOK	Reference and Learning Supplies
3756	BOOK	Reference and Learning Supplies
3757	BOOM	Material Handling
3757	BOOM	Pneumatics
3758	BOOM	Material Handling
3758	BOOM	Pneumatics
  


end up like this

A                  B                                          C                            D           E          F
3755	BONNET	Abrasives	                         HVAC and Refrigeration          plumbing     Cleaning  Plumbing
3756	BOOK	Reference and Learning Supplies          Reference and Learning Supplies
3757	BOOM	Material Handling	                 Pneumatics
3758	BOOM	Material Handling	                 Pneumatics

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Sub ColsToRows()
  Dim cRow As Long      'Row we're cutting from
  Dim pRow As Long      'Row we're pasting to
  Dim codeCol As String 'Column containing list of names
 
  codeCol = "A"
  cRow = 10
  pRow = 2
 
  Do While Range(codeCol & cRow).Value <> ""
    If Range(codeCol & cRow).Value = Range(codeCol & pRow).Value Then
      Range(codeCol & pRow).End(xlToRight).Offset(0, 1).Value = Range(codeCol & cRow).Offset(0, 1)
      Range(codeCol & cRow).EntireRow.ClearContents
    Else
      pRow = pRow + 1
      If pRow = cRow Then Exit Do
      Range(Range(codeCol & cRow).Address, Range(codeCol & cRow).Offset(0, 1).Address).Copy Destination:=Range(codeCol & pRow)
      Range(codeCol & cRow).EntireRow.ClearContents
    End If
    cRow = cRow + 1
  Loop
End Sub

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Look at sample. Sub is in Module1
Transpose.xlsm
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getting type mismatch on this line

Code = inWs.Cells(inRow, codeCol).Value   <----------------

I have attached my file...
2dp-Request.xlsm
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took out column headers  and some blank rows.
worked fine.
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