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Can any one explain why the pivot table in the attached is returning every NUTS _3 value rather than the one matched to the customers postcode in pc_uk_NUTS-2013 data model?

For example for the customer 80:20 Procurement Services Ltd, post code AB11 5BS, only NUTS value UKM50 should be displayed.

Instead every available nuts 3 value is displayed?

Regards
Mike
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You haven't selected a value expression in your pivot.   As it is right now, Excel isn't doing any type of intersection between your two tables.  If you drag a column from your Customer List table as a value, Excel will give you the intersection that you're expecting to see.
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Thanks clocky
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