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Older than dirtCommented:
Do you agree that rather than there being several permutations of column "A" in columns 'C' to 'E' or 'F', etc., that column 'C' should be just the ord rule value of column 'A'?
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ACCOUNTING ASSISTANTAuthor Commented:
Martin

Do you agree that rather than there being several permutations of column "A" in columns 'C' to 'E' or 'F', etc., that column 'C' should be just the ord rule value of column 'A'?

I don't understand

can you show an sample

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Older than dirtCommented:
Here's an example. In the 4n workbook when the value in column 'A' is 8809, columns C to F are 88, 80, 89 and 09 because those are the unique permutations of 8809 in ord rule order.

In this workbook when the value in column 'A' is 06 (row 2326) for example, there is only one unique, ord rule order and that is "60" and that should go in column 'C'.
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Older than dirtCommented:
By the way, row 2326 is the only row where 'A' is not already in ord rule order.
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Older than dirtCommented:
Here is the result.
29095533.xlsm
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