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Aug 16, 2007

The yellow highlight is where you input the data needed. The problem is it doesn't show the result when the letter has a duplicate. For example, when I enter "a" in the first input cell(input letter) and "1" in the next(input number), I get the result("a1"). However when I input "a" in the first and "2" in the second, the result just shows a blank cell, and so forth.

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I have got a wordlist in worksheet "original" which looks like:

Before: [Code] .....

I need a macro which merges the columns B,C,D,E and F depending on if there are duplicates in Column A or not. If there are one two or more duplicates in column A,then those should be deleted and only one of them should remain in column A. The members of deleted duplicates in column B,C,D,E and F should be merged together. No duplicates should be made by the process of merging. Each member in column B,C,D,E and F has to be unique. The results are supposed to be put in worksheet "new".Columns B,C,E and F should be merged through signe "/". And Column D should be merged through signe ",".

After: [Code] ......

The macro must be able to deal with very large lists. biger than 200 000 words in column A

Here is the excel file containing the example : excel file

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For simplicity, I will not use dates and times in my example, but instead I will use letters.

Schedule looks like this:

Date Column headers are as follows: B1 = m, C1 = n, D1 = o, E1 = p
Time Row headers are as follows: A2 = q, A3 = r, A4 = s, A5 = t, A6 = u, A7 = v
The cells that contain patient names are: B2 = Jo, C3 = Sioux, C4 = Sioux, D2 = Sioux, E3 = Chin

The extract table looks like this:

Column headers are as follows: B20 = # App, C20 = App 1, D20 = App 2, E20 = App 3
Row headers (patient names) are as follows: A21 = Chin, A22 = Jo, A23 = Sioux
The cells that contain times and dates are: C21 = r, p, C22 = q, m, C23 = r, n, D23 = s, n, E23 = q, o, where the first letter is a time and the second letter is a date.

A while back I posted a question about this sort of reverse two way lookup:

Since then I have encountered the problem of the patients showing up in more than one time slot on a single day and also showing up in the schedule on more than one day. The formulas I am using are not working. So in my example, the trouble I am having comes from the fact that Siouxs name shows up in more than one time slot for one day and also he shows up on more than one day.

If it is easier to see the table with dates and times, the data is here:

Schedule looks like this:
Date Column headers are as follows: B1 = 1/8/2010, C1 = 1/9/2010, D1 = 1/10/2010, E1 = 1/11/2010
Time Row headers are as follows: A2 = 8:00 AM, A3 = 9:00 AM, A4 = 10:00 AM, A5 = 11:00 AM, A6 = 12:00 PM, A7 = 1:00 PM
The cells that contain patient names are: B2 = Jo, C3 = Sioux, C4 = Sioux, D2 = Sioux, E3 = Chin

The extract table looks like this:
Column headers are as follows: B20 = # App, C20 = App 1, D20 = App 2, E20 = App 3
Row headers (patient names) are as follows: A21 = Chin, A22 = Jo, A23 = Sioux
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