Separate Single rows into Multiple rows based on number of separate call signs in column D

The attached excel file contains 2 worksheets.
Problem - Sheet 1:
Column D in Sheet1 contains radio and TV call signs. In many rows there are multiple calls signs, separated by a space.
The requirement is to separate each call sign into its own row and allocate an ID number for that Call Sign. Repeated Call Signs will have the same ID number.

Example solution Sheet2:
Sheet2 shows how the first 15 rows from Sheet1 have been separated into a separate row for each call sign in Column D.
And each different call sign has been allocated a different Call Sign ID number. Where the call sign is repeated, the ID number is repeated.
EE-Example-Radio_--_TV_callsign.xlsx
gregfthompsonAsked:
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Try this.
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gregfthompsonAuthor Commented:
Thanks Martin,

Are you able to amend it to make the id the same for the individual call sign.
i.e. 1ART to have single ID 1053 for every row containing 1ART, and 1CBR to have single ID 1054 for every row containing 1CBR.

Does this make sense?

Thanks again,

Greg
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Try this.
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gregfthompsonAuthor Commented:
Thanks. It still gives the multiple ID to the same Call sign.
What I am after is attached.
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
No new attachment.
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gregfthompsonAuthor Commented:
attached
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gregfthompsonAuthor Commented:
sorry. I attached it but did not submit
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
I attached it but did not submit
I submitted a bug report concerning that problem months ago but it's been ignored.

I believe the problem was that my data was sorted by Local Zone and yours (in the 'b' workbook) was not, so I added a sort which should fix the problem.
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gregfthompsonAuthor Commented:
Thanks. Brilliant.
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
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