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I need help with an Excel formula. Col. A cell A1= A001 this number will be used as a reference number, A2=A002, A3=A003 - A12=A012 are filled. When A13=A012 is filled, A1 is moved to B12 but still remains A001. Data from A2 is moved up to A1, but will remain A002 and the same upward shift with all cell data in Col A, when A13 to A24 is filled, A1 is then moved over to B12, B12 is moved up to B11. It will take 12 new cells to be filled in Col A each time to move A1 over to B12. This same cycle will take place with Col B. It will take 12 cell shifts from Col A to move one up a cell in Col B. Now here comes the fun part, when A001 reaches B1 and A013 is moved over to B12, this will not only move A001 over to C12, this will also move A001 to a new book sheet one and will enter at Col A12. This will cycle up to Book 12. At book 12 the cycle will end for A001 when A001 goes from A12 up to A1 and is then pushed out.

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CREATE TABLE `callerfeedback` (
`Id` bigint(15) unsigned NOT NULL auto_increment,
`Contract` varchar(255) default NULL,
`ClassName` varchar(70) default NULL,
`DosDate` date default NULL,
`DosTime` time default NULL,
`FeedDate` date default NULL,
`FeedTime` time default NULL,
`Prefix` char(2) default NULL,
`Caller` varchar(50) default NULL,
`Mobile` varchar(30) default NULL,
`Email` varchar(50) default NULL,
`SendType` varchar(50) default NULL,
`UID` bigint(10) unsigned default NULL,
`ParentUID` bigint(10) unsigned default NULL,
`SmsDelay` char(1) default 'N',
`Server` char(1) default NULL,
`MailUID` varchar(25) default NULL,
`CityName` varchar(50) default NULL,
`EmailCreateDate` date default NULL,
`EmailCreateTime` time default NULL,
`EmailSentDate` date default NULL,
`EmailSentTime` time default NULL,
`EmailSubject` tinytext,
`EmailText` longtext,
`EmailReady` char(1) default 'N',
`EmailSent` char(1) default 'N',
`EmailTryDone` smallint(6) unsigned default '0',
`SmsCreateDate` date default NULL,
`SmsCreateTime` time default NULL,
`SmsSentDate` date default NULL,
`SmsSentTime` time default NULL,
`SmsText` text,
`SmsReady` char(1) default 'N',
`SmsSent` char(1) default 'N',
`SmsTryDone` smallint(6) unsigned default '0',
`Operator` varchar(30) default NULL,
`InstanceId` smallint(6) unsigned default NULL,
`SmsSendError` longtext,
KEY `IdIndex` (`Id`),
KEY `CityNameIndex` (`CityName`),
KEY `EmailReadyIndex` (`EmailReady`),
KEY `EmailSentIndex` (`EmailSent`),
KEY `EmailIndex` (`Email`),
KEY `MobileIndex` (`Mobile`),
KEY `SmsReadyIndex` (`SmsReady`),
KEY `SmsSentIndex` (`SmsSent`),
KEY `InstanceIdIndex` (`InstanceId`)
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1 COMMENT='InnoDB free: 1540096 kB; InnoDB free: 1572864 kB';

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