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VBA Macro to clean up report

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I have a huge report in Excel that needs to be put in list format.  The Customer ID and name only appears at the beginning of each section.  Does anyone know how to write a macro or code to copy the ID down through each related line in the section?  Attached is a before and after shot of a slice of the report.

Thanks for your help!
Insert-column-Copy-Down.xlsx
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Here's the sample file I forgot to attach.  Sorry:)
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Ejgil Hedegaard earned 2000 total points
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You can do it with a couple of formulas, see column E to H.
Then filter for not empty on column G, and copy the filtered result to After sheet.
Insert-column-Copy-Down.xlsx
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That's awesome! Thank you so very much Ejgil!
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I am very pleased.  Thank you so much!
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