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    Pivot table showing wrong data (date not month)

    The enclosed file has data added on a weekly basis. I want to show the data in 3 ways and have tried to create 3 pivot tables to do this (see Pivot Table tab). However the MONTH figure appears as a date but I want it to appear as July, August, September as per the data. Also the DELAYS appear as a number of incidents rather than the actual delay number. What am I doing wrong ? I have manually created what I want the 3 pivot tables to show under the REPORT tab. Any help is appreciated. Kevin.
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    Re: Pivot table showing wrong data (date not month)

    On yout data sheet use this formula in Month field rather than repeat the contents of column A

    =TEXT(A2,"mmmm")

    Change the tables to use Sum of Delay Counts.
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    Re: Pivot table showing wrong data (date not month)

    You can also adjust the source data to only use the filled in rows on the Data sheet (used a defined name in the attached) and then just group the date field by month.
    Finally, changed counts to Sum as Andy did.
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