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I would create more columns as such
NAME EXERCISE1 REPS1 EXERCISE2 REPS2 EXERCISE3 REPS3
That way you can use VLOOKUP and make sure you include the appropriate column in the VLOOKUP(NameOfPerson,A:G,3) this will get you the reps for exercise1
VLOOKUP(NameOfPerson,A:G,5) this will get you the reps for exercise2
Doing it this way will also make it easier to add more exercises. It will be worth the time of converting what you already have. But if you have hundreds of thousands of people then I might be able to write a quick Visual Basic program to convert what you have.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
Select all columns
clik on data click filter select autofilter
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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