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    Creating a GETPIVOTDATA formula that retrieves dyanmic "items" (as in the syntax [field, item] as defined by a cell reference

    Hi All, I am attempting to create a GETPIVOTDATA formula that retrieves dynamic "items" (as in the syntax [field, item] as defined by a cell reference. I have written the following formula: =GETPIVOTDATA("CS Hours", [reference to pivot table in another workbook], "Field Name 1",A2, "Field...
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    Use getpivot to reference row data

    Hello, I have the following getpivot formula. I can get it to correctly reference the right column headings (A5 and A6), but when I try to get it to cell reference one of the rows in the pivot (year) i get a cell reference error. Is it possible to cell reference row data in a getpivot formula...
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    Regional settings causing formulas not to work

    Hi everybody, Recently I have noticed that there are problems in my formulas related to the regional settings of my operating system. I am working with English (US) format but my colleagues are working with German(Germany) format. The difference between German and English is that "," and "."...
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    Calculating Experience / Learning Curve Series

    Hello to all, I hope someone has seen this problem before and my explanation is clear. BACKGROUND: I'm trying to have Excel calculate periodic (in this case monthly) sums for sales people hired at different periods where each one will be productive according to a calculated experience...
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    Summing Mulitple values from variant pivots

    Hello, I am trying to add data from 3 different pivot tables for a certain value set, generally my equation is working but I am running into a problem with one of the categories as it is null in one of the three sets I am addding from - causing the entire thing to kick back blank. Here is my...

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