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consolidate data by two criteria

Posted on 2014-10-15
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I need to create a consolidated table from a longer table.  The raw data is as attached.  I need to consolidate by code and date.  ie: numbers of hours per code per date.  A pivot table gives me the correct data but I need it in column format to feed into another workbook.
Thanks in advance.
Example1.xlsx
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Question by:acdecal
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by:Flyster
ID: 40382606
You can use SUMIFS. Place this formula in H4 and copy down:

=SUMIFS(C:C,A:A,F4,B:B,G4)

Flyster
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by:acdecal
ID: 40382811
That would required me to have data in columns F & G to use as criteria.  I have over 5,000 rows of raw data that I need to consolidate by week and code.  I have wrote VBA code to do this but I'm afraid it will take a considerable amount of time to run.  I was hoping for an easier solution like using the consolidation function or subtotaling or getting the data from a pivot table.
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acdecal earned 0 total points
ID: 40382874
I used the code below:   I little clunky but it works.


Sub consolidate()
Dim D1 As String, D2 As String, C1 As String, C2 As String
Dim i As Long, MH As Long, j As Long



j = 1
For i = 2 To 600
 MH = Cells(i, 3).Value + MH
 C1 = Cells(i, 1).Value

 C2 = Cells(i + 1, 1).Value
If C2 = "" Then GoTo A:
If C1 = C2 Then

 D1 = Cells(i, 2).Value
 D2 = Cells(i + 1, 2).Value
If D1 = D2 Then


Else

Cells(j, 10).Value = C1
Cells(j, 11).Value = D1
Cells(j, 12).Value = MH
MH = 0
j = j + 1



End If
Else

Cells(j, 10).Value = C1
Cells(j, 11).Value = D1
Cells(j, 12).Value = MH
MH = 0
j = j + 1


End If
Next i
A:
Cells(j, 10).Value = C1
Cells(j, 11).Value = D1
Cells(j, 12).Value = MH

End Sub
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by:Flyster
ID: 40383521
Here’s one way to achieve the result you’re looking for. Concatenate column A & B with this formula:

=A2&" "&TEXT(B2,"mm/dd/yyyy")

Then go to the Data tab and select Subtotal. In the “At change in” dropdown select the new field.  In the “Add subtotal to” dropdown select Mhs. See attached.
Example1.xlsx
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Author Comment

by:acdecal
ID: 40383528
That's a clever way of determining a unique item but would require me to un-concatenation to get it to the format I need. Thanks for your efforts!
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by:acdecal
ID: 40391555
As stated
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