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    Looking to condense data with quantity totals

    Trying to condense like data with quantities and total them. So far I've been able to sort their like data but not able to condense and sum their totals. This is the actual data the sorts it, this works great but does not condense the data. "M" column is the width, "N" column is the by symbol (x), "O" column is the length, and "P" column is the quantity. What I'm looking to do is, if matching data in (M) and (O) combine them and sum their quantities into one total.

    'This code will sort the data first by "width" then by "length"
    Private Sub SortData_Click()
    
    
    Sheets("Order200").Range("M3:P" & Sheets("Order200").Range("M3").End(xlDown).row).Sort _
    key1:=Sheets("Order200").Range("M:M"), order1:=xlAscending, _
    key2:=Sheets("Order200").Range("O:O"), order2:=xlAscending, _
    Header:=xlNo
    
    
    End Sub

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    I'd use a pivot table
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    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_Hossler View Post
    I'd use a pivot table

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    Thank You, I'll have to look into using a pivot table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CellarDude View Post
    Thank You, I'll have to look into using a pivot table.

    If you attach a small representative sample workbook, I'm sure you'll be able to get lots of suggestions
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    Sub test()
        Dim r As Range
        
        Set r = Worksheets.Add.Cells(1)
        Sheets("Order200").Columns("M:P").Copy r
        Set r = r.CurrentRegion
        Set r = Intersect(r, r.Offset(2)).Resize(, 5)
        
        r.Columns(5).FormulaR1C1 = "=sumifs(c4:c4,c1:c1,rc1,c3:c3,rc3)"
        r.Value = r.Value
        r.RemoveDuplicates Array(1, 2, 3)
        r.Columns(4).Delete xlToLeft
    
    End Sub

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