1550033857

I have a table that contains a set of bundles that have to be broken down into their components. For this I'm looking for VBA instructions that will copy any row that contains the tag "-edubnd" at the end of the 'sku' cell (please see table bellow for example) twice underneath itself.

It might be easier to ignore the tag component and use a specific set of values that the code looks for, that's also possible as the values marked as bundles are always the same in the column. What I mean is, instead of looking for the -edubnd tag, the code just looks for a specific value in that column,

I have created a sample table below that is similar-enough to my table in excel that it should serve to illustrate the question.

I'm currently filtering out the dataset, copying it into a different excel document, then running this:

Sub insertrows()

Dim I As Long

Dim xCount As Integer

LableNumber:

xCount = 2

For I = Range("A" & Rows.CountLarge).End(xlUp).Row To 1 Step -1

Rows(I).Copy

Rows(I).Resize(xCount).Insert

Next

Application.CutCopyMode = False

End Sub

_

column1 | column2 | column3 | column3 ---------------------------------------------- A | pear | blue | 10 A | apple | orange | 50 A | orange | yellow | 30 A | kiwi | yellow | 20 A | orange-edubnd | blue | 100 A | apple | green | 10 A | pear-edubnd | green | 50 A | mango | pink | 60

_

**Note:** the copied row after each distinct column2 with the -edubnd tag

column1 | column2 | column3 | column3 ---------------------------------------------- A | pear | blue | 10 A | apple | orange | 50 A | orange | yellow | 30 A | kiwi | yellow | 20 A | orange-edubnd | blue | 100 A | orange-edubnd | blue | 100 A | orange-edubnd | blue | 100 A | apple | green | 10 A | pear-edubnd | green | 50 A | pear-edubnd | green | 50 A | pear-edubnd | green | 50 A | mango | pink | 60

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1550038040

Pleased try this code after making the appropriate modifications to its parameters.

```
Sub InsertDuplicates()
Const TestClm As String = "B" ' modify as appropriate
Const SearchCrit As String = "edubnd"
Dim R As Long
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
With ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("InsRows") ' change as appropriate
For R = .Cells(.Rows.Count, TestClm).End(xlUp).Row To 2 Step -1
If InStr(1, .Cells(R, TestClm).Value, SearchCrit, vbTextCompare) Then
.Rows(R).EntireRow.Copy
.Range(.Rows(R + 1), .Rows(R + 2)).Insert Shift:=xlDown
Application.CutCopyMode = False
End If
Next R
End With
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
End Sub
```

1550033857

I have a table that contains a set of bundles that have to be broken down into their components. For this I'm looking for VBA instructions that will copy any row that contains the tag "-edubnd" at the end of the 'sku' cell (please see table bellow for example) twice underneath itself.

It might be easier to ignore the tag component and use a specific set of values that the code looks for, that's also possible as the values marked as bundles are always the same in the column. What I mean is, instead of looking for the -edubnd tag, the code just looks for a specific value in that column,

I have created a sample table below that is similar-enough to my table in excel that it should serve to illustrate the question.

I'm currently filtering out the dataset, copying it into a different excel document, then running this:

Sub insertrows()

Dim I As Long

Dim xCount As Integer

LableNumber:

xCount = 2

For I = Range("A" & Rows.CountLarge).End(xlUp).Row To 1 Step -1

Rows(I).Copy

Rows(I).Resize(xCount).Insert

Next

Application.CutCopyMode = False

End Sub

_

column1 | column2 | column3 | column3 ---------------------------------------------- A | pear | blue | 10 A | apple | orange | 50 A | orange | yellow | 30 A | kiwi | yellow | 20 A | orange-edubnd | blue | 100 A | apple | green | 10 A | pear-edubnd | green | 50 A | mango | pink | 60

_

**Note:** the copied row after each distinct column2 with the -edubnd tag

column1 | column2 | column3 | column3 ---------------------------------------------- A | pear | blue | 10 A | apple | orange | 50 A | orange | yellow | 30 A | kiwi | yellow | 20 A | orange-edubnd | blue | 100 A | orange-edubnd | blue | 100 A | orange-edubnd | blue | 100 A | apple | green | 10 A | pear-edubnd | green | 50 A | pear-edubnd | green | 50 A | pear-edubnd | green | 50 A | mango | pink | 60

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In this video we will see the Overview of formulas in Excel. We will see Basic Excel formulas & functions with examples .

#excel #vba #excel vba

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Welcome to the The Beginner’s Guide course to Excel VBA (Visual Basic for Applications). This course enables you to Learn MS Excel VBA in simple and easy steps. In this Microsoft Excel Basics Tutorial series we will start from the basics and gradually move towards the Expert level in Microsoft Excel VBA. This MS Excel VBA course provides the Beginners to Intermediate Excel VBA Skills, Tips, and Tricks. In this course we will learn how to Enter and edit Excel data, Format numbers, fonts and alignment, Make simple pivot tables and charts, Create simple Excel formulas, How to Use Excel Functions IF and VLOOKUP. Learn common Excel functions used in any Office, How to Create dynamic reports, Build Excel formulas to analyze date, text fields, values and arrays and much more advanced stuff.

In this video we will see the Overview of formulas in Excel. We will see Basic Excel formulas & functions with examples .

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1602023820

We can insert multiple rows in the SQL database using insert statement, insert into select statement, and Union All statement. Inserting multiple values in the rows is a tedious task when a table comes with a lot of attributes. In Laravel, we can add the whole array as rows and insert them in the database. We have used the DB query builder and eloquent model.

Previously, we were habituated to add values in row one at a time which is very time-taking and which also results in a lot of error. If we want to get rid of this, we are going to learn how to insert the multiple rows in a table at a time.

There are different methods to insert values in a table:

1. Using INSERT Statement.

2. Using INSERT INTO SELECT statement.

3. Using UNION ALL keyword.

```
INSERT INTO table_name(column1, column2, ……., column n) VALUES (values in
row 1), (values in row 2), ……… (values in row n);
```

#sql #sql insert multiple rows

1625638847

In this tutorial, I am going to share a VBA script I use to automatically insert footer and header to a Word Document.

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