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OK I see. Not sure I have a good solution for you then. You may be able to do something using tables (excel 2007 and 2010), creating helper columns and working with filters. Alternatively, I thought there may be a query facility that you could use with your SQL statements (but don't know this for certain.)
You should be able to handle something with this level of complexity with a pivot table
Click the arrow to expand "Number" under the Home ribbon. Under the Number tab look for "Special" and then Phone Number.
You should be able to do this with a filter and a "helper" column. The helper column would be the basis of the filter and might be something like 1, 0, 0 , 1, 0, 0 , 1, 0, 0 (Really anything that would have a unique identifier for the rows that you wanted to display.)
Agree and am surprised that this thread isn't full of 10 pages making fun / sarcastic comments of the OP.
Look up conditIonal formatting
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I think the answer lies with the OFFSET function.
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