Data manipulation help... using pivot tables?

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Hi everyone, I have a data manipulation question that seems simple but I can't figure it out! I have a large list of properties which details how (%) the rental cost (Amount) should be allocated/split between various locations (LOC). The data looks like this:
ABCDE (D*B)FGH (G*B)IJK (J*B)...
1Property Amount LOC1 LOC1%LOC1AmountLOC2LOC2%LOC2Amount LOC3LOC3%LOC3Amount ...
2Property 1 193.66
HK050
<colgroup><col width="81"></colgroup><tbody> </tbody>
50% 96.83
LM020
<colgroup><col width="46"></colgroup><tbody> </tbody>
30% 58.10
RU010
<colgroup><col width="60"></colgroup><tbody> </tbody>
20% 38.73...
3Property 4 600.00
HK050
<colgroup><col width="81"></colgroup><tbody> </tbody>
20% 120.00
LM020
<colgroup><col width="46"></colgroup><tbody> </tbody>
80% 480.00...
4Property 5 593.22
HK050
<colgroup><col width="81"></colgroup><tbody> </tbody>
100% 593.22...
......
<tbody> </tbody>
I need the above data to be in the following format so that it can be uploaded into the accounting system (separate line for each Property/LOC combination):
Property LOCLOCAmount
Property 1HK05096.83
Property 1LM02058.10
Property 1RU01038.73
Property 4HK050120.00
Property 4LM020480.00
Property 5HK050593.22
<tbody> </tbody>
Is there any way the original data can be converted to the above template without the use of macros (e.g. using pivot tables)? This is a monthly task and I'm trying to avoid the use of macros as the other members of my team don't know how to use macros in case the template needs updating in the future. Thanks for everyone's help!
 

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