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you could sort by customer in a first step, then use a Multi-Row Formula tool and add a "count" to the orders grouped by customer and then sort by count. This would ensure, that orders of the same customers do not follow each other (if file does not only contain orders of one customer). Does this solve your problem? See attached sample workflow
I have built an iterative macro to do so, what it does is that it takes first 10 records and then cound the number of times a customer appears, if it appears more than once, then it exclude it and make run through the workflow again. The only drawback I can see s that you might not have full files of 10 records!