Convert Pivot Table Data

I have a worksheet that contains the columns: Person ID code, Name, Location. Each person has at least one location, but many have multiple locations. People with multiple locations have their ID code & name duplicated in subsequent rows, The different location is then stored. For example:

ID Code Name         Location
12345    Bloggs, Joe London
12345    Bloggs, Joe Manchester
67890    Smith, Jim  Manchester
67890    Smith, Jim  Southampton

What I want to do is convert the layout so it is :

ID Code Name           Location1      Location2            Location3
12345    Bloggs, Joe   London          Manchester
67890    Smith, Jim    Manchester   Southampton

I have created a pivot table which has grouped the people with their locations easily enough. But what I cannot figure out next is how to export the pivot table so that each element in the pivot table report occupies one row in a new worksheet.
Paul GardnerAsked:
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Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
You can't - directly. You can do it in SQL Server PIVOT, but not in Excel. It's for counting/summing/averaging numbers, not text.

Therefore, you need to do a lookup - see the attached.
EE150211.xlsx
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Paul GardnerAuthor Commented:
Thank for your reply, that has worked perfectly. It took a while to step through the various formulas to realise how it all works. But I think I understand it now, so the challenge will be able to recreate it next time I have a similar requirement.
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