Help on Excel 2007 Macro

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Microsoft Excel macros
Hello Experts,

I have a data with two columns. Column A contains the Engineering Change Order (ECO) numbers and Column B contains the Models affected on the particular ECO. 

Some ECOs with affected models are only 1 model, some ECOs are affecting two or more models. If the ECO is affecting multiple models, these models are listed only in one cell in column B separated by a comma.

My objective is to create a report to find out which models have the most numbers of Engineering Change order. I have this as output in sheet 2 of the attached spreadsheet.

Zippyshare.com - Sample Raw Data & Output.xlsx



NOTE:
1. The full raw data contains 40K rows.
2. There are no blanks rows or cells in column A and B
3. ECOs are pure number or combination of numbers and letters

Really appreciate your help.


Software/Hardware used:
Excel 2007

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