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    I'm currently creating a macro for allocation base on worker's skills matrix set.(determined by Y or N). So if the member is Y, worker is eligible to work with case and can assign the case. Should be allocated randomly but evenly distributed. Can someone help me how to do this on VBA macro please. Thank you.
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