troubleshooting Question

Transpose and re-order values to a new table

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I have two tables of data (attached) that I would like to transpose into the tab named "TABLE". I manually transposed the first sets of data and color coded the corresponding cells in the source  and destination tabs.

The destination tab ("TABLE") does not list the values from top to bottom in the same order as the values are listed from left to right in the source tables. However, the values in Columns B and C in "TABLE" correspond with the criterion values in row 4 of the data source tables. The values in Column D of "TABLE" correspond with the data source tab, either 2050 or 2100.

I would do this manually for all cells, however, I have many spreadsheets that require the same process.

Can anyone provide an simple/automated way to do this relative to copy and paste many many times? It is ok if the destination table needs to be ordered so that the values appear top-to-bottom the same way they are listed left-to-right in the source tables.

Thanks in advance!
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