Pivot Table with multiple sets of data.

LNG2013

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I need help with a pivot table.

In my source data I have columns for Staff names, Year, Month, Settled1, Settled2, Settled3, and Settled4.
I want the Pivot table to only count values in Settled1-4 that have the language of "settled". When I attempt to add each of the settled columns and filter out other term other then settled I just get a full blank chart. I'm using office 2003.
Settled1Settled2Settled3Settled4
Bob2009March1122
2010January2341
March2412
October1131
2011February2222
2012April3341
May1212



<colgroup><col style="width: 48pt;" span="7" width="64">
<tbody>


</tbody>
 

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