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Calendar Date Sum Columns Sheet1 Table1 write to Sheet2 Table2

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I want the Data in Sheet 1 to be Summed by Calendar Month and the results placed in Sheet 2 and to update automatically as the Data in sheet 1 is updated. Both data set as dynamic tables. Note that column E is an average based upon the days in each month.

Any simple solutions? Sample file attached.
SumDataSh1_to_Sh2.xlsx
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Question by:Paul Clayton
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Roy_Cox earned 500 total points
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Use a PivotTable
SumDataSh1_to_Sh2.xlsx
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by:Paul Clayton
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Hi Roy,

Hi Roy,

Are you the only one awake out there!? A Pivot Table seems to do the job, thanks! A couple of questions:

1. Can I assume that the Pivot Table will expand as the data base data increases?
2. Not a big issue but it seems impossible to change the date format to dd mmmm and lose the Year header?
3. Again not a big issue somewhat  related in a minor way, but there does not seem to be a way to edit labels?

These points are not of any real significance as I have the info I want so I'll close this thread as solved (assuming a certain heavy handed person doesn't find fault!).

Paul
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by:Paul Clayton
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Another positive and timely response! Thanks Roy.
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