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I have a sheet like this:

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I want it to have two columns: in and out with the corresponding values:

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I'm able to do so using sorting and copy-pasting, but as the data gets more complicated this way gets more complicated, and less safe, as well. Maybe there is a simple, correct way for such a transformation?

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  • +Valentin, On second thought, it might be better to use SUM(C). If you agree, I will edit my post.
    – Jacob Jan
    Commented Jul 9, 2016 at 9:26
  • @JacobJanTuinstra yeah - I used SUM on my own :-) Commented Jul 11, 2016 at 16:11

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You can use the following QUERY to obtain the result you want.

Formula

=QUERY(A1:C6, "SELECT A, MAX(C) GROUP BY A PIVOT B")

Screenshot

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Example

I've created an example file for you: Transpose only one column in Google Spreadsheets

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