Mar 28 2022 08:47 AM
Mar 28 2022 08:47 AM
I'm trying to create a formula that will duplicate an entire row based on a cell's value. Below is a mock photo of what I am hoping to accomplish:
The formula would go in cell D2 and would duplicate all of column A and B based on the values in column B: i.e. Company 1 gets duplicated twice, Company 2 gets duplicated five times, etc. I have thousands of rows to do this for and it would take too long to do it by hand, especially when the values in column B get to be pretty large. The actual data is a little more complex than this, but any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance
Mar 28 2022 09:15 AMSolution
Sub companyemployees() Dim i As Double Dim j As Double Dim z As Double Dim w As Double For i = 2 To 1000 j = Cells(i, 2).Value For z = 2 To j + 1 Cells(z + w, 4).Value = Cells(i, 1).Value Cells(z + w, 5).Value = Cells(i, 2).Value Next z w = w + z - 2 Next i End Sub
Maybe with these lines of VBA code. Click the button in cell G2 in the attached file to start the macro.
Mar 28 2022 09:33 AM
Mar 28 2022 09:45 AM
The results can appear on a different sheet. Click the button in cell G2 in the attached file and check the results in sheet "Tabelle2". I don't work with Sharepoint and can't answer this question unfortunately.
Mar 28 2022 10:14 AM
If you are using beta version, you may write the formula as below with 1 helper formula behind.
Mar 29 2022 05:36 AM
Mar 30 2022 09:49 AM
This is the set of formulas I ended up using for anyone who stubbles upon this thread later on. I have all of this on a helper sheet that I just hide and use sort and filter to call it on a different sheet. Thank you to everyone who helped!
Nov 18 2022 03:01 PM
The VBA provides me with a good start to what I am trying to do. What I am trying to do is duplicate records and replace a cell value.
My PRIMARY table has values in ColC which can vary:
My LOOKUP table lists FirstNames, a count, and then the variations:
I want to count rows in the PRIMARY sheet and store as a variable and then loop. The loop:
Each of the five duplicates now have Robert as a ColC value.
VBA then increments through the new records and replaces Robert with the variable:
Can this be done? Any help would be appreciated.
Nov 19 2022 05:37 AM
An alternative could be Power Query. In the attached file you can enter data in the blue dynamic tables in sheets "PRIMARY" and "LOOKUP". Then you can click in any cell in the green table and right-click with the mouse. Then select refresh.
Nov 19 2022 09:24 AM
This is very close to what I am seeking. I was looking for VBA to add to existing coding I have. The Power Query [PQ] concept you have does make it a good possibility. Permit me to further explain.
My workbook starts with two worksheets: PRIMARY and LOOKUP. PRIMARY has the basic information on the left and is manually input. To the right of the PRIMARY data are several additional columns which are populated by VBA which takes the values in Cols B, C & D to make cell values "Ln, Fn Mn", "Ln, Fn Mi", "Fn Mn Ln", "Fn Mi Ln", "Fn Ln." This coding is done and functions. What I seek is to append the FirstName variations to the existing PRIMARY table before I run the VBA which populates cells to the right of the PRIMARY range, creates additional tabs (e.g., “Ln, Fn Mn”, etc.), exports the tab data to delimited text files, and then deletes the new tabs then return to just having PRIMARY and LOOKUP tabs.
The Power Query [PQ] as it is now has the REFRESH table below and it includes the original record and the variations. It would be much better if:
My PRIMARY has some cells in color which would be copied between worksheets, so the alternating row color should not be present.
I hope this better explains what I am looking for. My problem is working with FOR/NEXT and LOOPING which I know is an important part . . . I just don’t quite have it under control. I am not familiar with Power queries, i.e., where they are coded, but with your example will try to understand and adapt.
If this can be done with VBA, much better, but any ideas will help.
Nov 21 2022 10:41 AM
Certainly you can output the PQ result on a different worksheet named e.g. "VARIATIONS". Instead of a click button you can refresh the query with Alt+F5. Unfortunately i can't help you with the other tasks. Maybe you want to start a new discussion and ask the experts of the community for possible solutions.