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Old 01-12-2021, 05:13 PM
Cray_Z Cray_Z is offline Macro to extract CCIs as separate entries when part of a text string Windows 10 Macro to extract CCIs as separate entries when part of a text string Office 2016
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Previously, with your help, I was able to modify a macro that searched a document, identified entries that were formatted as "(CCI*)" and output those entries (with page numbers of where they occurred) to a table at the end of the document. For example:
(CCI: 000123)........................21,22

It works wonderfully but was wondering if there is any way to have it separate those entries that have multiple numbers i.e. (CCI: 000123, 000456, 000789). Currently the macro creates an entry like this:


(CCI: 000123, 000456, 000789)......................18-20&32

I would prefer the macro strip off the leading "(CCI: " and trailing ")" and separate the numbers i.e.
000123...........................18-20&32
000456...........................18-20&32
000789...........................18-20&32

The macro I am using:
Code:
Sub CCI_Extractor_v26()
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
 ' This macro checks the contents of a document for CCI reference numbers.
 ' These terms are then tallied and their page references output to a table at the end
 ' of the document, showing the page #s on which they occur.
 ' The number of columns for the table is determined by the lCol variable.
 ' Optional code where the output table is created allows the user to choose
 ' between an across then down or down the across table layout.
Dim Doc As Document, Rng As Range, Tbl As Table
Dim StrTerms As String, strFnd As String, StrPages As String
Dim StrOut As String, StrBreak As String, StrBkMk As String
Dim i As Long, j As Long, lCol As Long
StrPages = "": lCol = 1: StrBkMk = "_Defined_Terms": StrPages = "": StrTerms = vbCr
Set Doc = ActiveDocument
'Go through the document looking for defined terms.
With Doc.Content
  'Check whether our table exists. If so, delete it.
  If .Bookmarks.Exists(StrBkMk) Then .Bookmarks(StrBkMk).Range.Tables(1).Delete
  'Check to see if there is a page break at end of doocument.  If so delete it.
  With Doc.Characters.Last
   While .Previous.Text Like "[ " & Chr(160) & vbCr & vbTab & Chr(12) & "]"
    .Previous.Text = vbNullString
   Wend
  End With
    With .Find
    .ClearFormatting
    .Replacement.ClearFormatting
    .Format = False
    .Wrap = wdFindStop
    .MatchWholeWord = True
    .MatchWildcards = True
    .MatchCase = False
    .Execute Replace:=wdReplaceAll
    'Find CCI reference numbers.
    .Text = "\(CCI*\)" '''
    .Execute
  End With

  Do While .Find.found
    Set Rng = .Duplicate
    With Rng
      'If it's not in the StrTerms list, add it.
      If InStr(StrTerms, vbCr & .Text & vbCr) = 0 Then StrTerms = StrTerms & .Text & vbCr
    End With
    .Find.Execute
  Loop
End With
'Exit if no defined terms have been found.
If StrTerms = vbCr Then
  MsgBox "No CCI reference numbers found." & vbCr & "Aborting.", vbExclamation, "CCI extraction Error"
  GoTo ErrExit
End If

'Sort the CCI numbers
Set Rng = ActiveDocument.Range.Characters.Last
With Rng
'Start on a new blank page at end of document
  .InsertBreak Type:=wdPageBreak
  .Collapse wdCollapseEnd
  .InsertBefore vbCr
  .InsertAfter StrTerms
  .Sort ExcludeHeader:=True, FieldNumber:=1, SortFieldType:=wdSortFieldAlphanumeric, _
    SortOrder:=wdSortOrderAscending
  StrTerms = .Text
  .Text = vbNullString
    
End With
While Left(StrTerms, 1) = vbCr
  StrTerms = Mid(StrTerms, 2, Len(StrTerms) - 1)
Wend
'Build the page records for all terms in the StrTerms list.
For i = 0 To UBound(Split(StrTerms, vbCr)) - 1
  strFnd = Trim(Split(StrTerms, vbCr)(i))
  StrPages = ""
  With Doc.Content
    With .Find
      .ClearFormatting
      .Replacement.ClearFormatting
      .Format = False
      .Text = strFnd
      .Wrap = wdFindStop
      .MatchWholeWord = True
      .MatchWildcards = False
      .MatchCase = True
      .Execute
    End With
    j = 0
    Do While .Find.found
      'If we haven't already found this CCI on this page, add it to the list.
      If j <> .Duplicate.Information(wdActiveEndAdjustedPageNumber) Then
        j = .Duplicate.Information(wdActiveEndAdjustedPageNumber)
        StrPages = StrPages & j & " "
      End If
      .Find.Execute
    Loop
    'Turn the pages list into a comma-separated string.
    StrPages = Replace(Trim(StrPages), " ", ",")
    If StrPages <> "" Then
      'Add the current record to the output list (StrOut)
      StrOut = StrOut & strFnd & vbTab & Replace(Replace(ParseNumSeq(StrPages, "&"), ",", ", "), "  ", " ") & vbCr
    End If
  End With
Next i
'Output the found terms as a table at the end of the document.
With Rng
  'Calculate the number of table lines for the data.
  j = -Int((UBound(Split(StrOut, vbCr))) / -lCol)
  Set Tbl = ActiveDocument.Tables.Add(Range:=Rng, NumRows:=j + 2, NumColumns:=lCol)
  With Tbl
         'Define the overall table layout.
    With .Range.ParagraphFormat
      .RightIndent = CentimetersToPoints(5 / lCol)
      With .TabStops
        .ClearAll
        .Add Position:=CentimetersToPoints(15 / lCol), Alignment:=wdAlignTabRight, Leader:=wdTabLeaderDots
      End With
    End With
    'Define Width of first column
    Tbl.Cell(1, 1).SetWidth _
 ColumnWidth:=InchesToPoints(8), _
 RulerStyle:=wdAdjustNone
 
    'Populate & format the header row.
    For i = 1 To lCol
       With .Cell(1, i).Range
         .ParagraphFormat.Alignment = wdAlignParagraphCenter
         .Text = "Control Correlation Identifiers for Security Controls" & vbCrLf & "CCI Number" & vbTab & "Page(s)"
        .Font.Name = "Arial"
        .Font.Size = 12
        .Font.Bold = True
      '  .Font.Underline = wdUnderlineSingle
        .ParagraphFormat.KeepWithNext = False
       End With
    Next
    With .Rows.First
      'Apply the heading row attribute so that the table header repeats after a page break.
      .HeadingFormat = True
      'Delete the header row's tab leaders.
      With .Range
        With .ParagraphFormat.TabStops
          .ClearAll
          .Add Position:=CentimetersToPoints(15 / lCol), Alignment:=wdAlignTabRight, Leader:=wdTabLeaderSpaces
        End With
        .Font.Bold = True
      End With
    End With
     For i = 0 To UBound(Split(StrOut, vbCr)) - 1
      ' Populate the data rows, down then across
      .Cell(i Mod j + 2, -Int(-(i + 1) / j)).Range.Text = Split(StrOut, vbCr)(i)
      ' Populate the data rows, across then down
      ' .Range.Cells(i + lCol + 1).Range.Text = Split(StrOut, vbCr)(i)
     Next
    'Bookmark the table.
    ActiveDocument.Bookmarks.Add Name:=StrBkMk, Range:=Tbl.Range
   
  End With
End With

'Clean up and exit.
ErrExit:
Set Rng = Nothing: Set Tbl = Nothing: Set Doc = Nothing
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
End Sub


Function ParseNumSeq(StrNums As String, Optional StrEnd As String)
'This function converts multiple sequences of 3 or more consecutive numbers in a
' list to a string consisting of the first & last numbers separated by a hyphen.
' The separator for the last sequence can be set via the StrEnd variable.
Dim ArrTmp(), i As Long, j As Long, k As Long
ReDim ArrTmp(UBound(Split(StrNums, ",")))
For i = 0 To UBound(Split(StrNums, ","))
  ArrTmp(i) = Split(StrNums, ",")(i)
Next
For i = 0 To UBound(ArrTmp) - 1
  If IsNumeric(ArrTmp(i)) Then
    k = 2
    For j = i + 2 To UBound(ArrTmp)
      If CInt(ArrTmp(i) + k) <> CInt(ArrTmp(j)) Then Exit For
      ArrTmp(j - 1) = ""
      k = k + 1
    Next
    i = j - 2
  End If
Next
StrNums = Join(ArrTmp, ",")
StrNums = Replace(Replace(Replace(StrNums, ",,", " "), ", ", " "), " ,", " ")
While InStr(StrNums, "  ")
  StrNums = Replace(StrNums, "  ", " ")
Wend
StrNums = Replace(Replace(StrNums, " ", "-"), ",", ", ")
If StrEnd <> "" Then
  i = InStrRev(StrNums, ",")
  If i > 0 Then
    StrNums = Left(StrNums, i - 1) & Replace(StrNums, ",", " " & Trim(StrEnd), i)
  End If
End If
ParseNumSeq = StrNums
End Function
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Old 01-12-2021, 09:47 PM
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Code:
Sub CCI_Extractor_v26()
'This macro checks the contents of a document for CCI reference numbers.
'These terms are then tallied and their page references output to a table at the end
'of the document, showing the page #s on which they occur.
'The number of columns for the table is determined by the lCol variable.
'Optional code where the output table is created allows the user to choose
'between an across then down or down the across table layout.
Dim oRng As Range, Tbl As Table
Dim StrTerms As String, strFnd As String, StrPages As String
Dim StrOut As String, StrBreak As String, StrBkMk As String
Dim i As Long, j As Long, lCol As Long
Dim strTmp As String
Dim arrParts() As String
  Application.ScreenUpdating = False
  StrPages = "": lCol = 1: StrBkMk = "_Defined_Terms": StrPages = "": StrTerms = vbCr
  Set oRng = ActiveDocument.Range
  'Go through the document looking for defined terms.
  'Check whether our table exists. If so, delete it.
  With oRng
    If .Bookmarks.Exists(StrBkMk) Then .Bookmarks(StrBkMk).Range.Tables(1).Delete
    'Check to see if there is a page break at end of doocument.  If so delete it.
    With .Characters.Last
      While .Previous.Text Like "[ " & Chr(160) & vbCr & vbTab & Chr(12) & "]"
        .Previous.Text = vbNullString
      Wend
    End With
  End With
  With oRng.Find
    .ClearFormatting
    .Replacement.ClearFormatting
    .Format = False
    .Wrap = wdFindStop
    .MatchWholeWord = True
    .MatchWildcards = True
    .MatchCase = False
    .Execute Replace:=wdReplaceAll
    'Find CCI reference numbers.
    .Text = "\(CCI*\)" '''
    While .Execute
      strTmp = oRng.Text
      strTmp = Replace(strTmp, "(CCI: ", "")
      strTmp = Replace(strTmp, ")", "")
      arrParts = Split(strTmp, ",")
      For i = 0 To UBound(arrParts)
        'If it's not in the StrTerms list, add it.
        If InStr(StrTerms, vbCr & arrParts(i) & vbCr) = 0 Then StrTerms = StrTerms & arrParts(i) & vbCr
      Next i
      oRng.Collapse wdCollapseEnd
     Wend
  End With
  'Exit if no defined terms have been found.
  If StrTerms = vbCr Then
    MsgBox "No CCI reference numbers found." & vbCr & "Aborting.", vbExclamation, "CCI extraction Error"
    GoTo ErrExit
  End If
  'Sort the CCI numbers
  Set oRng = ActiveDocument.Range.Characters.Last
  With oRng
    'Start on a new blank page at end of document
    .InsertBreak Type:=wdPageBreak
    .Collapse wdCollapseEnd
    .InsertBefore vbCr
    .InsertAfter StrTerms
    .Sort ExcludeHeader:=True, FieldNumber:=1, SortFieldType:=wdSortFieldAlphanumeric, _
       SortOrder:=wdSortOrderAscending
    StrTerms = .Text
    .Text = vbNullString
  End With
  While Left(StrTerms, 1) = vbCr
    StrTerms = Mid(StrTerms, 2, Len(StrTerms) - 1)
  Wend
  'Build the page records for all terms in the StrTerms list.
   For i = 0 To UBound(Split(StrTerms, vbCr)) - 1
     j = 0
     strFnd = Trim(Split(StrTerms, vbCr)(i))
     StrPages = ""
     Set oRng = ActiveDocument.Range
     With oRng.Find
       .Text = strFnd
       .MatchWildcards = False
       .MatchCase = True
       While .Execute
         'If we haven't already found this CCI on this page, add it to the list.
          If j <> oRng.Information(wdActiveEndAdjustedPageNumber) Then
            j = oRng.Duplicate.Information(wdActiveEndAdjustedPageNumber)
            StrPages = StrPages & j & " "
          End If
          oRng.Collapse wdCollapseEnd
       Wend
     End With
     'Turn the pages list into a comma-separated string.
     StrPages = Replace(Trim(StrPages), " ", ",")
     If StrPages <> "" Then
       'Add the current record to the output list (StrOut)
       StrOut = StrOut & strFnd & vbTab & Replace(Replace(ParseNumSeq(StrPages, "&"), ",", ", "), "  ", " ") & vbCr
     End If
   Next i
  'Output the found terms as a table at the end of the document.
  Set oRng = ActiveDocument.Range
  oRng.Collapse wdCollapseEnd
  'Calculate the number of table lines for the data.
  j = -Int((UBound(Split(StrOut, vbCr))) / -lCol)
  Set Tbl = ActiveDocument.Tables.Add(Range:=oRng, NumRows:=j + 2, NumColumns:=lCol)
  With Tbl
    'Define the overall table layout.
    With .Range.ParagraphFormat
      .RightIndent = CentimetersToPoints(5 / lCol)
      With .TabStops
        .ClearAll
        .Add Position:=CentimetersToPoints(15 / lCol), Alignment:=wdAlignTabRight, Leader:=wdTabLeaderDots
      End With
    End With
    'Define Width of first column
    Tbl.Cell(1, 1).SetWidth _
    ColumnWidth:=InchesToPoints(8), _
    RulerStyle:=wdAdjustNone
    'Populate & format the header row.
    For i = 1 To lCol
      With .Cell(1, i).Range
        .ParagraphFormat.Alignment = wdAlignParagraphCenter
        .Text = "Control Correlation Identifiers for Security Controls" & vbCrLf & "CCI Number" & vbTab & "Page(s)"
        .Font.Name = "Arial"
        .Font.Size = 12
        .Font.Bold = True
        '.Font.Underline = wdUnderlineSingle
        .ParagraphFormat.KeepWithNext = False
      End With
    Next i
    With .Rows.First
      'Apply the heading row attribute so that the table header repeats after a page break.
      .HeadingFormat = True
      'Delete the header row's tab leaders.
      With .Range
        With .ParagraphFormat.TabStops
          .ClearAll
          .Add Position:=CentimetersToPoints(15 / lCol), Alignment:=wdAlignTabRight, Leader:=wdTabLeaderSpaces
        End With
        .Font.Bold = True
      End With
    End With
    For i = 0 To UBound(Split(StrOut, vbCr)) - 1
      'Populate the data rows, down then across
      .Cell(i Mod j + 2, -Int(-(i + 1) / j)).Range.Text = Split(StrOut, vbCr)(i)
      'Populate the data rows, across then down
      '.Range.Cells(i + lCol + 1).Range.Text = Split(StrOut, vbCr)(i)
    Next i
    'Bookmark the table.
    ActiveDocument.Bookmarks.Add Name:=StrBkMk, Range:=Tbl.Range
  End With
'Clean up and exit.
ErrExit:
  Set oRng = Nothing: Set Tbl = Nothing
  Application.ScreenUpdating = True
End Sub


Function ParseNumSeq(StrNums As String, Optional StrEnd As String)
'This function converts multiple sequences of 3 or more consecutive numbers in a
' list to a string consisting of the first & last numbers separated by a hyphen.
' The separator for the last sequence can be set via the StrEnd variable.
Dim ArrTmp(), i As Long, j As Long, k As Long
ReDim ArrTmp(UBound(Split(StrNums, ",")))
For i = 0 To UBound(Split(StrNums, ","))
  ArrTmp(i) = Split(StrNums, ",")(i)
Next
For i = 0 To UBound(ArrTmp) - 1
  If IsNumeric(ArrTmp(i)) Then
    k = 2
    For j = i + 2 To UBound(ArrTmp)
      If CInt(ArrTmp(i) + k) <> CInt(ArrTmp(j)) Then Exit For
      ArrTmp(j - 1) = ""
      k = k + 1
    Next
    i = j - 2
  End If
Next
StrNums = Join(ArrTmp, ",")
StrNums = Replace(Replace(Replace(StrNums, ",,", " "), ", ", " "), " ,", " ")
While InStr(StrNums, "  ")
  StrNums = Replace(StrNums, "  ", " ")
Wend
StrNums = Replace(Replace(StrNums, " ", "-"), ",", ", ")
If StrEnd <> "" Then
  i = InStrRev(StrNums, ",")
  If i > 0 Then
    StrNums = Left(StrNums, i - 1) & Replace(StrNums, ",", " " & Trim(StrEnd), i)
  End If
End If
ParseNumSeq = StrNums
End Function
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Greg,
Thanks for the quick response. It is working with one small flaw. It is capturing other numbers that are not enclosed in "(CCI:" and ")". If I had to guess, which I have to or I wouldn't need your help, I think it is identifying number (CCI: 000123) and stripping off the on the first pass "(CCI:" and ")" leaving 000123 in the array. On the second pass it finds the "naked" 000123 number and captures that along with the page number. Is there any way to resolve this?
Also, I realize that I may be asking for too much but I have several entries that appear as (CCI: 000123-000125). Is there a method to have that captured as:
000123
000124
000125
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Are you saying that in your text, you might have (CCI: 000123) and then someplace else, a naked instance of 000123?

Without seeing a reasonable sample document and what you want the result to be, I'm not sure what you want.

Also what you want would in all likelihood require quite a bit of work. You might consider hiring someone to customize what you have already been given.
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Greg,
Yes we have (CCI: 000123) and then someplace else, a naked instance of 000123. I can live with the macro picking up the naked occurrences as the 6-digit numbers all correlate to the same library.
As for expanding numerical ranges I figured it would take too much work but had to ask if there might be a simple solution.

As always, thanks for putting up with me and providing feedback in such a timely manner.

Considering this issue solved.
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Cray,


If you really wanted to noodle all of that out, I think your best bet might be to go back to what you had and then work to refine the resulting table.




So if you have row

(CCI: 123, 345, 333)
Process that to create two new rows under it and fill as:
123
345
333


If you have a row:
(CCI 012-116)
Process that to create four new rows under the first row and fill rows
012
013
014
015
016


All the other data in the original rows should stay the same.


Then just find and replace any remaining (CCI: and ) in the table with nothing.
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