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Great solutions provided above but I don't think they are particularly dynamic for say 300 rows as you mention.
I would probably do something with a record ID, generate rows, join and filter but I won't be able to look at this properly until the evening, so if anyone fancies a crack at making the solutions above more dynamic for a large number of rows I'm sure that w pould be appreciated.
I was curious when I first saw this question about solving it using Generate Rows... and I put the attached together, but never posted it as I think the Multi-Row is probably better. But posting it now that it's been mentioned anyhow...