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I have about 500 rows of data that is all attached to a zip code. These zip codes have columns such as city, county, and state.

Is there a way to group these together so I can choose to just see the cities (and totals), then just see the counties, then just see the states. Also be able to sort them within cities, counties and states?

Thanks!

Chris
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 2000 total points
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A pivot table is an appropriate option.
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Thanks exactly what I was looking for.
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