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01-Jul-2012, 07:56 PM #1
Solved: Excel Vlookup and Counting Entries
I am using Excel 2007

I have a .csv file that can be dropped into Excel (see attached - "January Example for Email"). Look at column "F - Study Date Time". I need to auto populate that column of information, separated by total number of entries for a particular hour, into a second spreadsheet (see attached - "CT Exam Hourly Matrix").

Looking at "January Example for Email", column "F", the first entry is "1/1/2012 1:24". On that date, from the 1:00 - 2:00 hour (using 24 hr military time), there is one (1) entry to autopopulate into "CT Exam Hourly Matrix" B:3. The second entry in "January Example for Email", column "F" is "1/1/2012 10:43". So there is one (1) entry to autopopulate into "CT Exam Hourly Matrix" B:12.

Column/Row F:19 & 20 in "January Example for Email" has two (2) entries for that hour to be autopopulated into "CT Exam Hourly Matrix" C:18.

Therefore, the total number of entries for a specific hour will be tallied (sum) and transferred to the second spreadsheet in the appropriate column & row.

Is there a means to automate this process using only Excel or VBA or ??? I apologize for being completely Excel "challenged" and would be most grateful for your assistance. I have no idea what I am doing or how to do it. This is strictly a job related / personal need project to make my daily life sane again.
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01-Jul-2012, 08:11 PM #2
Why the duplicate post?
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Should I have edited the first with the indication of "VLOOKUP" ?
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