Formulas in office XP Vs. 2000

hart270

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Formulas in Excel XP are not valid in 2000. Is there a way to make them valid in excel 2000? They seem to change automatically.
 

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hart270

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#Value! is in the cell where the following formula is =+GETPIVOTDATA("Sum of June YTD Actuals",$A$70)
 

Mark W.

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And what happens when you use...

=GETPIVOTDATA($A$70,"Sum of June YTD Actuals")
 

hart270

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In XP you type the + and select a total cell in the pivot table and XP automatically creates the formula =+GETPIVOTDATA("Sum of June YTD Actuals",$A$70) where the formula in 2000 use to be +C78. A70 is a blank cell. But it works in XP and in 2000 they get #Value!
 

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The plus sign has nothing to do with your #VALUE! error. Your GETPIVOTDATA arguments are in the wrong order. Take a closer look at my recommendation above and see the Excel Help topic for "GETPIVOTDATA worksheet function".
This message was edited by Mark W. on 2002-08-29 13:19
 

hart270

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I will try your formula, but excel created the one they are using?
 

hart270

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Your syntax =getpivotdata($A$70,"Sum of June YTD Actuals") works in 2000 and not XP.
His syntax =+getpivotdata("Sum of June YTD Actuals",$A$70) works in XP and not in 2000.
 

hart270

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Since the syntax for the getpivotdata command is different in XP and 2000, is there a way to turn off the way xp automaticlly uses the getpivotdata command and just selects the cell like in 2000?
 

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