VBA Lookup with 4 conditions and 2 drop-down list

PetMak

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  1. 2010
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  1. Windows
Hi VBA Expert I need help.
I am looking to adjust daily report which I used to present it using PIVOT table to compare between 2 set of data tables.
The reason I want to change is the main file size are huge and to do any changes takes quite time also I don't have the flexibility to design it the way I want.
these two tables contain of financial information from thousand of transactions and we compare between recent and old data to see which bank and store should work better with each credit card.
this company working on line all over the world.
So I look for COUNT per credit card number so my basic criteria is ( CC No, Bank , Store, type of transaction ( Approved, Declined, Pending and Reject ) as it is I am able to build normal excel formula ( Index & Match ) to get these information but recently I had been asked to add extra criteria
So the above as it is looks for everything and get total count and now they need to add country and Currency, for example if they want to check the activity for Greece , Italy, Germany and Swiss for EUR currency.
so I need VBA code can do the above including the 2 extra drop-down list and it has to be multi selection ( All or selected only )
I will be very happy if anyone can help with this problem.
Thank you in advance
 

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