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Call in the Cavalry - 2019

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    Re: Call in the Cavalry - 2019

    Anyone fancy a stab at this?

    https://www.excelforum.com/excel-for...ml#post5110539

    It's not a regular list extraction - see the latest workbook sample attached to the post linked to.

    I'm experiencing brain freeze on this one!
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    Re: Call in the Cavalry - 2019

    OP wants a calculated field to Pivot table to count 1s in two fields of the source data for each 'Name' in a third.
    OP is unable/unwilling to add helper column to source data.

    I am not sure this is doable with PT.

    Anyone?
    https://www.excelforum.com/excel-for...ml#post5111903

    Edit Forgot to mention OP profile is Excel 2010.
    Last edited by FlameRetired; 04-30-2019 at 05:22 PM.
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    Re: Call in the Cavalry - 2019

    Can I get an assist here? I'm must be missing something. Thanks.
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    Re: Call in the Cavalry - 2019

    This looks like an interesting Q for the VBA boffins here?
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    Re: Call in the Cavalry - 2019

    Here is a challenge for you. I cannot get it to work for me. If you need to have the PQ results to get the file normalized, PM me and I will post it with the file for you.

    https://www.excelforum.com/excel-gen...ml#post5120873

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    Re: Call in the Cavalry - 2019

    This is a weird one. OP is having trouble clicking on the proper cell, and Excel seems to be blurry when that occurs.

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    Re: Call in the Cavalry - 2019

    2nd one today. Guess my brain is on vacation This one needs either a math guru or an interpreter, not sure which.

    https://www.excelforum.com/excel-for...variables.html

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    Re: Call in the Cavalry - 2019

    OP does not want to manually insert formulas so I believe this requires VBA:

    https://www.excelforum.com/excel-gen...ple-sheet.html

    Edit: It doesn't sound like they want a VBA solution either. Not sure any solution will be approved by them but I'll leave this here anyway.
    Last edited by 63falcondude; 05-18-2019 at 08:38 AM.

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    Re: Call in the Cavalry - 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by 63falcondude View Post
    OP does not want to manually insert formulas so I believe this requires VBA:

    https://www.excelforum.com/excel-gen...ple-sheet.html

    Edit: It doesn't sound like they want a VBA solution either. Not sure any solution will be approved by them but I'll leave this here anyway.
    Could you suggest grouping the sheets, then entering the formula in the grouped sheets?

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    Re: Call in the Cavalry - 2019

    I thought this thread would be about pivot tables and charts: https://www.excelforum.com/excel-cha...ive-chart.html However, the OP says that he/she is already pulling data from an Access database into Excel and wants to make it more "interactive". Since I know nothing about querying an access database from Excel, I'm calling in the Cavalry.
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    Re: Call in the Cavalry - 2019

    I think that one will be really tough, in that it will be hard to give OP what they want, because they don't seem to even know what they want.
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