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Solved Grouping Numbers with formulas or Pivot Excel

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by ranger1, Apr 7, 2019.

  1. ranger1

    ranger1 Thread Starter

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    I have a list of ten numbers from 1 to 100 in column A.

    I need to group them into 10 sets - 1-10, 11-20, ..., 90-100.

    I was able to do that with Pivot tables but the groupings are not too clear for presentation.
    With if formula, the list is not consecutive. There are blanks that look untidy.

    Is it possible to to search in a range of numbers and create lists based on a criteria.
    The lists should be presented in columns.

    EG.

    A B C D E F G H I J K
    1| M 0-10 11-20 21-30 30-40 40-49 50-60 61-70 71-80 81-90 91-10
    2| 50 0 15 46 50 64 73 83 90
    3| 95 49 95
    4| 73
    5| 46
    6| 15
    7| 0
    8| 49
    9| 90
    10| 64
    11| 83

    Column A is the main list.
    Thank you.

    Edit: I just attached what I have done so far.
    So many blank cell make it look disorganised.
     

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    Last edited: Apr 7, 2019
  2. Marius44

    Marius44

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    Hi
    Excuse my english (I'm italian)
    I think it is possible with VBA (below the code)

    Option Explicit

    Sub notes()
    Dim ur As Long, i As Long, r As Long, c As Long
    Range("F5:p14").ClearContents
    ur = Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row
    ReDim arr(1 To ur, 1 To 2)
    arr() = Range(Cells(5, 2), Cells(ur, 3))
    For i = 1 To UBound(arr)
    If arr(i, 2) > 90 And arr(i, 2) <= 100 Then
    r = 5
    ElseIf arr(i, 2) > 80 And arr(i, 2) <= 89 Then
    r = 6
    ElseIf arr(i, 2) > 70 And arr(i, 2) <= 79 Then
    r = 7
    ElseIf arr(i, 2) > 60 And arr(i, 2) <= 69 Then
    r = 8
    ElseIf arr(i, 2) > 50 And arr(i, 2) <= 59 Then
    r = 9
    ElseIf arr(i, 2) > 40 And arr(i, 2) <= 49 Then
    r = 10
    ElseIf arr(i, 2) > 30 And arr(i, 2) <= 39 Then
    r = 11
    ElseIf arr(i, 2) > 20 And arr(i, 2) <= 29 Then
    r = 12
    ElseIf arr(i, 2) > 10 And arr(i, 2) <= 19 Then
    r = 13
    ElseIf arr(i, 2) <= 9 Then
    r = 14
    End If
    c = Cells(r, Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft).Column + 1
    Cells(r, c) = arr(i, 1)
    c = c + 1
    Cells(r, c) = arr(i, 2)
    Next i
    End Sub

    You will find my file
    Bye,
    Mario

    PS this is not a toungue but Range("F5 : p 14").ClearContents
     

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  3. ranger1

    ranger1 Thread Starter

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    Wow, quite a solution. Thank you.
     
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