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Copy Data to Another Cell Based on Criteria

Last Modified: 2015-09-21
Dear Experts,

I have a .CSV file emailed to me each morning which I import into a Excel spreadsheet for analysis.  Since the application creating the file has been upgraded the formatting of the file has gone a bit wobbly.

For the some rows, data has blank cells between it and the next set of data.

I am trying to write a macro which look at the data and cut and paste data to another cell if it encounters a blank cell.  Once this criteria is no longer met, end the macro run.

Very (very) basic if statement I had written as a test to get all of the data into columns A:E:

If Range("C11") = "" Then

MsgBox "Not blank"

End If

Attached is an example of formatting I am struggling with.

Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated.

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