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From input of this kind:

890550       16/04/2013  10
890550       16/04/2013  20
890550       17/04/2013  20
890551       18/04/2013  30
890551       18/04/2013  30
890551       18/04/2013  30

how may I achieve the following result with a macro?:

890550       16/04/2013  30
890550       17/04/2013  20
890551       18/04/2013  90
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closed as not a real question by Oliver Salzburg Apr 24 '13 at 9:34

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Please read the FAQ on how to ask a question! – Simon Apr 24 '13 at 6:32
So you want to sum the qty column by customer code and date? – Tog Apr 24 '13 at 6:54
Hi Billie. Welcome to SU. As Simon says, please read our FAQ and be specific on "how to ask questions"..! Simply providing some data doesn't make a question ;-) – Waffle's Crazy Peanut Apr 24 '13 at 7:06

In essence a PivotTable is all that is all that is required:

SU586940 example

but if you must apply a macro then you could record something that 'fills in the gaps' so that if, for example, CUSTOMERCODE is in E1 D2 has the formula =IF(ISBLANK(E2),E1,E2) and this is copied down as required.

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