Linking Row Headers to individual cells veritcally

poloxstar

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I am in need of assistance

Is there a way to have the headers for example

Location Unit Freq Jan 01 Feb 02 Mar 03 Aug 04 etc..
LA Test Jan01
LA Test Feb02

The original format is not correct.

I have tried linking the headers but that doesnt work.

Please help
 

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xcdave

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I'm having a hard time figuring out what you're looking for. Is there a way to have the headers do what?
 

poloxstar

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I am trying to develop a database but the format that I received in excel is not in correct database scheme.

So I have a headers that contains dates MTD04, YTD 04, QT 04

I am trying to put those headers in rows

So it would be like

Region BU Freq
LA tm MTD04
LA TM YTD 04
LA TM QT4

The Freq are in the headers columns and not in rows per cell
 

Oaktree

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Maybe take a look at the TRANSPOSE function?
 

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poloxstar

Can you post some sample data, perhaps using Colo's HTML Maker?

This a common request/problem but it's hard to help without seeing the actual data layout.
 

poloxstar

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Raw Data - UEC for 2004 and 2005.xls
BCDEFGHI
2RegionBusinessUnitLevelFreqMarQTR04JunQTR04SepQTR04DecQTR04
3NACommercialServices1MarQTR045.0%5.0%9.0%20.9%
4NACommercialServices2JunQTR045.0%5.0%9.0%52.0%
5NACommercialServices3SepQTR045.0%5.0%9.0%64.6%
6NACommercialServices46.0%6.0%6.0%6.0%
data
 

poloxstar

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I just want to be able to drag the cells down and link it the headers.

But unforunately i have to manually link each cell to each header.
 

Oaktree

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1) Use the transpose function
2) E3 = INDEX(F$2:IV$2,ROW()-ROW(E$1)-1), copied down
 

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