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How to format Revenue data in Excel

Each time I download my revenue data (CSV file) and import it into Excel, I then have to format the spreadsheet (e.g. adjust column widths, and then add Excel functions to make sense of the data).


For example, I use the =SUM function to add up the Quantity and Earnings columns. I also use the =COUNTIF function to create separate sub-totals per individual book title. Other formulae allow me to see how profitable each book title is.


Rather than do this manually each time, may I ask if anyone has developed a Visual Basic macro in Excel to automate the whole thing?


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