User Input Driving Pivot Tables

northerntimber

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I have multiple pivot tables (containing volumes by various attributes i.e. city, state, contract level) that are driving a seperate single summary page showing share breakdowns. The pivot tables are driven by selecting a territory from a list of multiple.

Question - Can you have a user complete input that will drive the pivot table?

Chris
 

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Sal Paradise

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Please post an example of what you want to be done as clearly as possible. We can't help if we don't understand what exactly you're trying to do.
 

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