Excel Move row to end row based on cell value

Good Afternoon

I would like to move an entire row to the end row of a worksheet based on the status of the value in column N - Closed. I would like to process this at the point of saving the workbook.

Thank you
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
You could set up a custom Sort Order for the specific file. This would then put entries into the order required, with Closed at the end.

Can you upload a sample file?
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WashcareAuthor Commented:
Good Afternoon Rob

I like that as an idea as it would also solve the custom sort requirement I have :) Please see the attached example workbook. If the first sort could use the G column based on eiter 'Open' or 'Closed' and then a second sort - sort the Classification (column F), based on the following:

Major
Minor
Observation
Continual Improvement

Thank you
EE-Sort-Example.xlsx
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
To implement this, probably easier to give instructions rather than do it for you.

Select the Data and then from the Data tab select the Sort button.

Ensure the "My data has headers" option is ticked. The sort criteria will have only one option shown. In this first sort level choose
Sort By:   Risk Status and Order:  Z to A

Then click Add level
Sort By: Classification and Order:  Custom List

Choosing Custom List will bring up another window. In the right hand pane enter the Sort Values separated by comma
Major, Minor, Observation, Continual Improvement

Open in new window

and click Add and then OK.  This will then go back to the Sort window and then click OK.

Data will be sorted.
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