Excel 2010 Report Creation

I have a report called Open Incident Agining.  This report gets run every month and then sent to the associated manager of the assignment group.  What I have been trying to do, unsuccessfully is automate the report generation for each Assignment group manager.  What the report should look like is filtered by the Assignment group manager(field is column K),  then by Assigned To (column L) broken out by aging category (column c) and then list all of the outstanding tickets (column a) within each aging category.  

My desired state would be to have a script that can be run on the imported report every month and separate files created for each Assignment Manager.  That way each file can be emailed to the assignment group manager directly.  

Any help or direction would be greatly appreciated.   I have attached the spreadsheet of the raw data.
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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
I would use Advanced Filter to create the reports. This can be automated with VBA

I've used this method in the past successfully, I can help you with the code but not until later.
Rrave26Author Commented:
That would be great if you could help with that.  I have limited experience with VBA code and it would take me some time to figure this out.
Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
If I get chance tgis evening I/ll have a look, if not I'm free tomorrow afternoon
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
You might also be able to use Pivot Table to create separate reports.

Rob H
Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
The code that I have added will generate a report based on the selected criteria.

Which version of Excel are you using?

The code can be automated to email the report, but you need the email addresses adding.
Rrave26Author Commented:
I am using Excel 2013.  I have opened the code and found that you need three criteria to select the report.  I really only need two.  The Name, which in this case is the assignment group, and I need to be able to select a couple of agining categories, i.e., I need to select 31-60, 61-120 and greater than 120.
Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
You can add Criteria simply by listing them below the previous one and changing the criteri range. Read up on AdvancedFilter and you will see what I mean. See if this does what you want

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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
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Rrave26Author Commented:
My apologies,  I lost sight of this with other work priorities.
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