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PIVOT TABLES

Posted on 2011-03-24
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Hi,

I failed to create a Pivot Table from "All"  worksheet.

Please help.

Thanks

Kathryn
Test-5.xls
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unmerge cell M4:M5 and add a title in cell M5.
Add a title in cell A5 if you want that column in your pivot.
Run the pivot with range starting in row5

Thomas
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Thanks, Thomas.

I'm going to try out.

Kathryn
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(1) You've got Columns L and M hidden.  I unhid them.
(2) M4 and M5 were merged.  I unmerged them.  This way, you can select just row 5 as the title column.  Otherwise you will select Row 4 as title row, which has not titles.
(3) This still did not work for me.  So I copied the entire data and pasted values into a new workbook.

After that, it worked well for me.

Best,
Jay
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Thanks.
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I like to close today.
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