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Sorting data

Sorting data

Sorting data

(OP)
Community,

I have numerical data in Excel in the following column format:

A   B   C   D
E   F   G   H
etc.

where A, B etc = a number

The data is 4 columns (A B C D) x 1251 rows. I would really like to have this data sorted into the format

A
B
C
D
...

Any ideas?

Many thanks.


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RE: Sorting data

(OP)
Managed to do it in the end using the code below.

CODE

Sub sort_data()
'
' proper Macro

For j = 1 To 1251 Step 1
    Range(Cells(j, 1), Cells(j, 4)).Select
    Selection.Copy
    Range(Cells((j * 4) + 1, 6), Cells((j * 4) + 1, 6)).Select
    Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks:= _
        False, Transpose:=True
    Next j
End Sub


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RE: Sorting data

In the Paste Special applet, there is a Transpose check box.  I think this would do what you are describing.

RE: Sorting data

You could also do the following:
Select your range (A1:D1251)
Copy
Select a new worksheet, cell A1
Right click, PasteSpecial - Transpose (at the bottom of the dialog box)

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