Summarizing Data in Tables...Pivotable?

Joelb58

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Hello, I have two sets of data organized in a table. For example:

Set 1:

DATE CUSTOMER LOCATION


Set 2:


DATE STORE TIME

I would like to combine these two data sets into one pivotable. How can I combine two data sets in one table? I am most concerned with matching the data in set 1 with set 2 by date of occurence. Is a pivotable the best way to do this? Also, if it matters, there is a large amount of data in each cell (like a paragraph). Just wanted to mention that in case it alters the suggestions (I want to be able to print out the pivotable). Thanks.
 

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