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Selecting and moving values into "List"

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EE Pros,

I have a WS where there are cells/fields where specific Items are selected. I'm looking for a macro that recognizes a mouse "click" as a "P" with Wingdings2 so it comes out as a "check", then if selected, moves the value into a specific list.  Looking at the WS will clearly show what I'm looking for.  So the macro does two things, it clicks a selection (as a checkmark) and it moves selected values only, into their own column where they are totalled/summed.

Thank you in advance.

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andrew_man earned 2000 total points
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Dear Bright01,

The 500 points seems too low to this question.  I think not many people can give you the best solution.  I am an Excel Expertise, I used Excel since 1994 & used Lotus 1-2-3 since 1987.  

Here is my solution!  Please dun give to others.  Haha!

Andrew Man from Hong Kong
email address:andrew.man@live.cn
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by:Rory Archibald
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The 500 points seems too low to this question
I don't know what you base that on - it seems more than adequate here.
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Andrew,

Great work!  And fast too!  As you know, I can only give you 500 points for a question and I must agree, I was pushing the limit with this one.  Typically, I'll author several questions on the same effort/macro since I'm usually asking for something rather complex..... it is also how I learn.  EE is the best value for the money I spend every month and many people I recognize by their handles from around the world.  What a great concept!  I'll be authoring another easier statement around the Macro you just wrote that hopefully will be easier for you or the next person who picks it up.

Thanks again.

And Royra, appreciate your comment..... I almost awarded all the points to you!
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