Excel Lookup Value query

Hi,

I have a simple row/column data set and I am looking to aggregate the values into a summarised view table. The values which are true are marked with an 'x' character.

              A      B      C      D
Apples      x                  
Apples            x            
Apples                  x      
      

This is what it is currently returning (various INDEX/MATCH, SUMIFS, SUMPRODUCT combinations)
              A      B      C      D
Apples      x      0      0      0      


This is what I need a formula of some sort to return
             A      B      C      D
Apples      x      x      x      
      

Thanks
just4kixAsked:
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byundtMechanical EngineerCommented:
I wish that you had posted a sample file, but I think you want a formula like:
=IF(COUNTIFS($A:$A,$K2,B:B,"X")>0,"x","")

In the above formula, the fruit names are in column A. The "X" indicators are in columns B:E. Cell K2 in the results table contains "Apples".
FruitPivotQ28261756.xlsx
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Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
If data are in column A:D, and result in column G:K with the names (Apples etc.) in column G and A,B,C and D in row 1 of column H:K, then the formula for H2 is
=IF(COUNTIFS($A:$A,$G2,B:B,"x")>0,"x","")
Copy to other columns.
The formula set an x if 1 x or more is found for names (Apples etc.) in column B
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just4kixAuthor Commented:
You were spot on...exactly what I needed and it just worked perfectly.

Thanks to all that answered
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