If the functions in the file at http://home.pacbell.net/beban are
available to your workbook, one way is to highlight a range of 5 columns
and 1/5th the number of rows of data in your data range (assumed to be
a1:a100 in this example) and array enter (enter with Ctrl+Shift+Enter
instead of just Enter)
Wendy Lauerman wrote:
> I have a column of information such as....
> ...and I would like to sort it into columns. 1st column would contain
> Since the column is quite long with 1000 names and addresses I would
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