I am trying to find a way to eliminate endings off of part numbers.

Below are the list of endings that I need to be eliminated from an extremely long list of variant part numbert. This list below may need to have additional endings added, but nothing will be removed. Please see attachment for example of part numbers that need below endings eliminated. Thanks!

R
T
G4
E4
RG4
RE4
TG4
TE4
G6
E6
RG6
RE6
TG6
TE6
/2K5
/3K
/250
/500

so this gives a part number depending on what number is placed in O6. What I need to do know is look at 2 different cells and for each combination of numbers give a different part number. so if A1 is 2 and B1 is 3 give a certain result.

I have data in columns E through J under the headings of Monday-Saturday (E is Monday, F is Tuesday...J is Saturday). Then out to the left of the data, in column A, I have the week ending date (using Sunday as the last day of the week) which corresponds to the data under each day. There are multiple rows with different week endings but all the data is under columns E-J with the week endings in column A. So for instance, on row 13 the week ending in column A is 12/22/2013 (a Sunday) which means the corresponding data in the same row under columns E-J (the Mon-Sat columns) belong to 12/16/2013 (the Monday in the week ending on 12/22/2013), 12/17/2013 (the Tuesday in that week), 12/18/2013...and so on and so forth until 12/21/2013 which is Saturday in the week ending of 12/22/2013. Lastly, out to the right starting in column N and going horizontally out to column FD (will go out further as more days are added) I have the specific dates by day, it starts with 12/16/2013 and goes on incriminating by 1 day at a time until the end of all the dates included in the data (which at this point so happens to be 5/11/2014).

What I need done now is to take all the data which currently sits in columns E-J (the Monday-Saturday columns) and copy and paste it out under the correct specific date column that it belongs to starting in column N (going all the way out to FD) based on the week ending in column A. So with row 13 since the week ending in column A is 12/22/2013 the data in columns E-J needs to get pasted to row 13 columns N-S, then the same thing for row 14, except the week ending in column A row 14 is 1/5/2014 so the data in columns E-J row 14 needs to get pasted to columns AB-AG (AB is 12/30/2013...and AG is 1/4/2014). Below is the loop I came up with that accomplishes this, but for the reasons already stated.

Code: Sub newtest() Sheet2.Unprotect Dim drd As Long Dim rrd As Long drd = 13 rrd = 14 Do Until IsEmpty(Cells(drd, 1).Value)

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