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I'm new to Google Sheets but was asked to create a digital lunch form for my school. I created the form but I need the data collected to be separated on a daily basis. Is there a formula I can use or will I have to create a page break daily to separate the data?

  • Sorry, just read the welcome that this site is for power users. I'm not a power user yet. – Constance Matthews Sep 13 '15 at 0:02
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    You're in the right place, but the question is a bit unclear. There are no page breaks in Google Sheets. What is your actual goal: to have the data for today (or tomorrow) on a separate sheet for easy printing? – user79865 Sep 13 '15 at 0:36
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Try the Filter command in the Data menu.

With filters enabled, you can pick the desired value (or a range of values) for your "Date" column, including setting a condition that "Date is today" or "Date is tomorrow".

Does that do what you want?

Also see Return multiple rows with same value in first column which explains how to make a sheet that queries for desired rows from another sheet. The query could filter for the desired date.

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