Pivot Table Layout - Grouping Column Headers?

Giles23

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I'm not even sure about how to word this question so I will try my best.

I have the following situation. I am trying to make a pricelist for products which have multiple identifiers, but have it cover multiple customer locations.

I'll try to explain.

My table look like this:

|Product ID1 ||Product ID2 ||Product ID3||Customer1||Customer2|
Data Data Data Price1 Price2

What I want to do is to create a PivotTable from this data and have it laid out so that the product details are in the Row Columns. I would like to put something into the filter area so I can filter the customer to only display their pricing for each product. The only way I can think of doing this is by repeating each product for each customer down the table, which I would rather not do if possible.

If anyone could help, it would be appreciated.
 

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