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Default Can anyone create this query for me???????????

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i have a table of the following format

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1 GIACCI BROS PTY LTD
2 Head Office
3 Picton South Western Hwy 6229 (08) 9725 4588
4 After Hours Emergencies (08) 9725 4253
5 Fax (08) 9725 4225
5 Email info@giacci.com.au
6 Internet www.giacci.com.au
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10 Giacci Bros Pty Ltd
11 South Western Hwy Picton 6229 (08) 9724 9588



  Giacci Port Services Pty Ltd
  397 Marine Tce Geraldton 6530 (08) 9964 1366



  Giacci Port Services Pty Ltd
  Marine Tce Geraldton 6530 (08) 9964 6893



  GIACO'S HAIR DESIGN
  Shop 1/ 8 Brockman St Manjimup 6258 (08) 9771 1774
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there are blank rows inbetween 2 records, number of blank rows not fixed.I want to rearrange them in the following order

my requiremnets r
rows do not have numbering i give them for simplicity
1. remove blank rows ie 7,8,9 rows
2. arrange all rows in group in consecutive columns ie arrane rows 1,2,3,4,5,6 in columns.then 2nd record consisting of rows 10,11

final format will be something like this--------
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GIACCI BROS PTY LTD Head Office Picton South Western Hwy 6229 (08) 9725 4588 After Hours Emergencies (08) 9725 4253 Fax (08) 9725 4225 Email info@giacci.com.au Internet www.giacci.com.au

Giacci Bros Pty Ltd South Western Hwy Picton 6229 (08) 9724 9588

Giacci Port Services Pty Ltd 397 Marine Tce Geraldton 6530 (08) 9964 1366

Giacci Port Services Pty Ltd Marine Tce Geraldton 6530 (08) 9964 6893

GIACO'S HAIR DESIGN Shop 1/ 8 Brockman St Manjimup 6258 (08) 9771 1774
======================

i already developed a logic for it but it slows the system .there r number of files each consisting of thousands of records. i want to speed up the operation

is it possible with sql

thanx

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Pay someone to do the ETL manually. This needs eyes on each record.


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