Is a pivot table the correct approach?

cbelleri

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Hello,
I have a spreadsheet with all sales transactions for the past 12 month, by customer, by product. I created a pivot that counts the number of transactions for each customer, by product. It is sorted in alphabetic order on customer. Now I would like to show which customer sell one product, and which sell both products, and would like it to sort by number of transactions. Does this make sense?

thanks

chris
 

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plettieri

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Hi:

A pivot table might work..Care to download some sample data ?

How much data (transactions) do you have to handle?

plettieri
 

cbelleri

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Wow- thanks for the quick response. I ended up doing the job in a very clunky fashion - I used the pivot table to get my initial data (number of transactions by customer per product), and then did a simple if then statement to define which customers had one or both products. But thanks!!
 

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