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I have a database in which the most part of cells have multiple data inside. So what i need is something that split every cell into multiple rows. I found different VBA codes that solve similar problem, but mine is different. In fact, for most of the cell, if a cell has only one value it should not be copied to the new rows that has been created. But for specific column i need the values to be copied in every of the rows in which the cell is splitted. Any help would really be appreciated Thanks

Example:

How it is

Name code date


a 1 2003

b

c 3


d 2004

e 5


How should it be:

Name code date

a 1 2003


b 2003


c 3 2003


d 2004


e 5 2004

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    It could be very useful to put an example of the original data and the results that you want. – jcbermu Sep 25 '15 at 10:44
  • Help us to help you. Post an example. – Gary's Student Sep 25 '15 at 11:30

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