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Excel 2007 - Transpose rows of data to columns with a formula to link the data for changes

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I would like to transpose several rows of data into columns of data so that I can use a pivo table on it.  I would like to use a formula so if I change something in the row areas, the transposed area also changes.  I have attached  a small file with some data in the rows.

Thanks, Eric
Transpose.xlsx
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by:barry houdini
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Try this formula in A11

=OFFSET($B$4,COLUMNS($B$4:B4)-1,ROWS($B$4:B4)-1)

copy across and down to C20

regards, barry
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by:ekaplan323
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Barry,

It works, one question though, how come the column needs to be so wide so that the ##### don't show?

Thanks for the quick response,

Eric
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I think that just happens when you copy the formula from here - it can have some odd effects - it might be work deleting the cell completely and entering the formula manually.....

barry
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Barry,

Thanks, works on a new worksheet.

Eric
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