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    Formula to find label for top five values using INDEX / AGGREGATE

    Good morning,

    I have a pivot table with phone call and email audit scores. I want to automatically find the top five scores per month. So I can use an =LARGE sum for the number, but then finding the associated label is causing me issues.
    I can't use a vlookup to the value because the values can be identical. I found a YouTube video which shows a workaround, but I've done something wrong as my formula is finding the wrong label for the value.

    I've attached a spreadsheet with my pivot which shows the label in column A (e.g. Greeting), and the score for email and phone in columns B and C. The two adjacent tables show the top five issues for phone and email (or should be), so next month I can refresh my pivot and hey presto! The tables update.

    Please help!

    Jemma
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    Re: Formula to find label for top five values using INDEX / AGGREGATE

    No file attached.

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    Re: Formula to find label for top five values using INDEX / AGGREGATE

    f3=INDEX($A$5:$A$48,MATCH(LARGE(INDEX($B$5:$B$48+1/ROW($B$5:$B$48),0),$E3),INDEX($B$5:$B$48+1/ROW($B$5:$B$48),0),0))
    j3=INDEX($A$5:$A$48,MATCH(LARGE(INDEX($C$5:$C$48+1/ROW($C$5:$C$48),0),$I3),INDEX($C$5:$C$48+1/ROW($C$5:$C$48),0),0))
    Tryt this and copy towards down
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    Re: Formula to find label for top five values using INDEX / AGGREGATE

    @nflsales - you, are a legend. It works!

    Thank you

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