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    I have a worksheet that I use column A for UPC numbers and Column B for the quantity of the inventory.

    worksheet one (below)

    854936003334 2
    633422030326 1
    021245619734 3
    021245812098 3
    727783900456 5

    I need a second sheet to be created from the values on worksheet one with just the UPC numbers in column A, based on the count from sheet one's column B.

    worksheet two (below)

    854936003334
    854936003334
    633422030326
    021245619734
    021245619734
    021245619734
    021245812098
    021245812098
    021245812098
    727783900456
    727783900456
    727783900456
    727783900456
    727783900456

    I need to make sure this worksheet can have a leading 0 (zero), if the UPC number has one.

    I hope this makes sense.
    Thanks
    Last edited by Rebekah; 2021-12-06 at 10:57 PM. Reason: Had wrap tags around "zero"

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    In the attached 2 possibilities:
    On Sheet1 a button to add a new sheet.
    On Sheet1 (2), a little green table at cell D1 which you should right-click in and choose Refresh.

    It's a good idea to attach a workbook - saves us time and us getting your setup wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by p45cal View Post
    In the attached 2 possibilities:
    On Sheet1 a button to add a new sheet.
    On Sheet1 (2), a little green table at cell D1 which you should right-click in and choose Refresh.

    It's a good idea to attach a workbook - saves us time and us getting your setup wrong.
    Thanks, this is just what I need. I am curious what Sheet1 (2) is for? I have uploaded what I have added and formatted to this workbook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James Empey View Post
    I am curious what Sheet1 (2) is for?
    Well…
    Quote Originally Posted by p45cal View Post
    a little green table at cell D1 which you should right-click in and choose Refresh.
    If you try that, it produces a similar list using the data in the table at cell A1 (which is the same as your data on Sheet1)

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