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excel 2010 pivot table seperate data between month and yeat-to-date

Posted on 2013-01-07
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based on the attached file I have Month data and year to date data in a table.
I need to create a pivot table that will show the month data and year to date data in seperate columns.

I cannot get it to work so was hoping you could help?
Book1.xlsx
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terencino earned 500 total points
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Hi JCTDD yes this is hard to get working as you want, I usually add another column for the current period, as I have shown attached, and also define a Current named range for the last day of the current month.
Let me know what you think
...Terry
Pivot-YTD.xlsx
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