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Reformatting Data in Table - Changing Layout

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    Reformatting Data in Table - Changing Layout

    Hello
    I'm struggling with the table. I would like to arrange it in a way as described in the attached file.

    I have an un-organised table "data table" which needs to be organized as shown in attached file.

    I would be great if someone could help me to find a solution!

    file is in Excel 2013.
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    Last edited by klimator; 08-13-2019 at 07:26 AM. Reason: add sample of file

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    Re: Reformatting Data in Table - Changing Layout

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    Welcome to the forum.

    We would very much like to help you with your query, however the thread title does not really convey what your request is about.

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    Will you please attach a small sample Excel workbook? We are not able to work with or manipulate a picture of one and nobody wants to have to recreate your data from scratch.

    1. Make sure that your sample data are REPRESENTATIVE of your real data. The use of unrepresentative data is very frustrating and can lead to long delays in reaching a solution.

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    3. Make sure that all confidential data is removed or replaced with dummy data first (e.g. names, addresses, E-mails, etc.).

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    Re: Reformatting Data in Table - Changing Layout

    That doesn't look like Excel 2007 to me - is the profile version correct?

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