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    Issue: A1:L31 is an excel worksheet containing data corresponding to the days of the particular month (column A being January, B, February, etc.). Is there a functio that would "cut and paste" all twelve columns in one column in their logical succession? That is, on worksheet 2, cut and copy so that A1:A31 is January data, A32:A60 is February, etc.?
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    JL,

    Here's a worksheet with a Macro that should do the trick. You may need to change it a little based on how your data is actually setup but from the sample data sheet I set up you should be able to see what has to be changed to fit your circumstances.

    I hope this helps.

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    Thanks Geek.

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