Excel 2013

I was given a 2013 excel spreadsheet with different kinds of equipment listed. I would like to create different work sheets in the same work book to separate the different types of equipment. I have three different types of equipment. Is there a way to select certain rows and move them to different worksheets without doing it manually?
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Convert the data into a table - it would them make selecting the cells easier. Want to post an example?
ShumsExcel & VBA ExpertCommented:
Without seeing your sample, it would be difficult to provide you VBA code, below link may help you get started:
NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
There are all sorts of ways to do this type of thing, really depends on what you mean by 'manually'.

Do you mean row by row?
Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
If you apply an AutoFilter to your list you can then filter the columns based on the equipment type.

When a filter is in place you can select the visible cells as a block and copy them. This will only copy the visible cells and when pasted into a new sheet will paste as a block without the hidden data.

As you only have three types, it would involve applying the filter and copying only 3 times.
Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Alternatively, you can make use of a feature of Pivot Tables.

Select your data and create a pivot table from it. Use your Equipment type as a Row header and any other field as a value field to create a count or sum. You will now have a Pivot Table with three data rows. If you double click on the Data Value (the count or sum) it will create a separate sheet with the items from the original that make up that value. Do that for each of the 3 item counts and you will get the three sheets with lists of each equipment type.

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