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20141028, 15:34 #1
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Divide into Group
Hello,
I have points in Column D wherein if the value is greater than 100 then divide it into group.
Col A Col B Col C Col DCol E Col F
No.IdStartingPointsPlanEvent
1.12341500Indoor12102014
[If Col D more than 100 then divide it into equals of 100]
1.12341100Indoor 12102014
2.1234101200Indoor12102014
3.1234201300Indoor12102014
4.1234301400Indoor12102014
5.1234401500Indoor12102014
Any Helps.Last edited by carmine; 20141028 at 15:38.

20141028, 19:46 #2
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Are the points always a multiple of 100?
Where are the new splitouts to be? In new sheets? Group by Group?

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Hello,
Are the points always a multiple of 100?
Where are the new splitouts to be? In new sheets? Group by Group?
Thanks in advanceLast edited by carmine; 20141029 at 02:51.

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provide sample FILE with before/after

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And, does the start number always start with 1? Suppose it's 10 and the other number is 400 ?
From the starting point, the first ending point is 99+starting point.
Then, the next starting point would be 1+the previous ending point.
And, so on...
Is this what you want?
See the attached for a guess at what you're trying to do.Last edited by kweaver; 20141029 at 15:18.

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Thanks kweaver.
Exactly thats what i was looking for.
One thing if the number is increased in thousand than it does not give the output.
Like starting 17500 Points 2000 How to do that.
Can we convert this into macro.
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Nicely done KW!

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There's no macro...just formulas. Go to the last bordered row (I think it was 11) and fill the cells from H to M down as you need them. Per the attached.
Just attached another.Last edited by kweaver; 20141031 at 16:48.

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Carmine,
If needed, consider the following code. It will allow you to input an additional parameter of the increment between Points (cell G2) then calculate each row in the grid up to the remainder without exceeding Points. Place in a standard module.
HTH,
Maud
DivideIntoGroups1.png
Code:Dim Starting As Long, Counter As Integer Public Sub GroupNums() ' 'DECLARE AND SET VARIABLES Dim Points As Long, EndPoint As Long Dim Increment As Integer, Remainder As Integer Increment = [g2] Starting = [c2] Points = [d2] Remainder = Points Mod Increment Cycles = Round(Points / Increment, 0) EndPoint = [c2] + [g2] ' 'INSERT ROWS USING UP POINTS IN INCREMENTS For Counter = 2 To Cycles + 1 SplitNums EndPoint Starting = EndPoint EndPoint = EndPoint + Increment Next Counter ' 'LAST ROW WITH REMAINDER If Remainder > 0 Then SplitNums Starting + Remainder End Sub Public Sub SplitNums(EndPt As Long) ' 'FILL ROWS Range("H" & Counter) = [a2] Range("I" & Counter) = [b2] Range("J" & Counter) = Starting Range("K" & Counter) = EndPt Range("L" & Counter) = [e2] Range("M" & Counter) = [f2] End Sub
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Hi,
AWESOME kweaver & Maud.
Thanks