Help: Find Matching Cells, If - Then Move Cell With Self


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JTJ

Can someone provide VBA for the following scenario:

Spreadsheet contains many rows with many columns. Each cell within
each row contains columns that defind a persons information i.e. first
name, middle initial, last name, DOB, address, City, State, Zip, and a
column that defines relationship. Relationships being either: Self,
Spouse, Child, Other.
One spreadsheet can contain many different individuals some with
family some not.

My need is:

-when the address matches (and I think it only needs to look at the
address column, does not need to look in the city, state, or zip) then
-move the 'Self' row as the first row with the remaining rows
following

For example: right now I have to 'cut' the 'Self' row for a family
with a matching address and 'insert cut field' into the first
instance / position / row for a particular family.

When you have 1000's of rows this can take some time.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 
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JTJ was thinking very hard :
Can someone provide VBA for the following scenario:

Spreadsheet contains many rows with many columns. Each cell within
each row contains columns that defind a persons information i.e. first
name, middle initial, last name, DOB, address, City, State, Zip, and a
column that defines relationship. Relationships being either: Self,
Spouse, Child, Other.
One spreadsheet can contain many different individuals some with
family some not.

My need is:

-when the address matches (and I think it only needs to look at the
address column, does not need to look in the city, state, or zip) then
-move the 'Self' row as the first row with the remaining rows
following

For example: right now I have to 'cut' the 'Self' row for a family
with a matching address and 'insert cut field' into the first
instance / position / row for a particular family.

When you have 1000's of rows this can take some time.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Did you try sorting by address+relationship? You'll need to prefix the
word "Self" with a space or underscore if you want it to appear above
all others with the same address.
 
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JTJ

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Did you try sorting by address+relationship? You'll need to prefix the
word "Self" with a space or underscore if you want it to appear above
all others with the same address.

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Garry

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Thanks Garry!
 

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