Excel data heavy - pivot table-vlookup required

intensity90210

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Hello,

I have a quite intense (some may think its pretty basic) excel document, which shows information within it that I am looking to condense into a pivot/vlookup basis.

There are multiple sheets (within a workbook) - so i am trying to have a 'link' feature to do this correctly.

its also been made a little harder as within the worksheet, the headers have been split into sub columns, so when trying to create a table 'column 1' appears.

Any experts that know this inside out, if possible to provide any help, or if you require me to upload the documents so you can see what it looks like and exactly what im referring to would be great.

many thanks in advance
 

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Joe4

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Cross-posted here: Excel heavy data - Pivot - VLookup Required

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