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On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 7:04 PM, IGraham <> wrote:

How do I sort out from a mixed list of membership types the email
into separate columns without gaps or 'false' or '0' appearing

I'm guessing from your question and sample spreadsheet that by "sort out"
you wish to have the email addresses appear in a separate column. If
correct the following may not be suitable but...

Use a filter on the columns. It will present a list of entries in your
members table showing only the "member type" the list was filtered by. Copy
the filtered list of email address to wherever you need them.

To filter...
1) select the entire member table, including the column headings
2) from the menu select "Data | Filter | AutoFilter", column headings will
now have a small downward arrowhead at their right hand edge
3) click the arrowhead to the right of "member type"
4) check the box next to each member type you wish to see in the filtered
5) click OK

The member list is now displayed filtered by the member type(s) you chose.
The emails can be copy/pasted wherever else you need to use them.

You should be aware
- the entire member list must be selected to begin, step 1 above, or you
won't get all the members you expect in your filtered list


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