A1:Cust. B1: Product C1:Size D1: E1: F1:Sml G1:Med H1:Lrg A2: J B2: widget C2: sml D2: E2: Doodad F2: G2: H2: A3: B B3: gizmo C3: med D3: E3: Gizmo F3: G3: H3: A4: C B4: doodad C4: sml D4: E4: Thing F4: G4: H4: A5: F B5: gizmo C5: lrg D5: E5: Widget F5: G5: H5: A6: M B6: doodad C6: lrg D6: E6: F6: G6: H6: A7: A B7: gizmo C7: sml D7: E7: F7: G7: H7: A8: A B8: doodad C8: lrg D8: E8: F8: G8: H8: A9: H B9: gizmo C9: sml D9: E9: F9: G9: H9: A10:J B10:widget C10:med D10:E10: F10: G10: H10:Suppose that you want to create a table that lists the customers for eachproduct in each size. Because a PivotTable always summarizes in somemanner (that is, by using the Sum, Count, Average, or another function), there is no way that you can use the PivotTable command to accomplish the task, short of setting up separate columns for each customer. The following code uses the column headings in row 1 and the row headings in column E to accomplish the task.
Sub BuildTable() Dim ListRow, TableRow, TableColumn As Integer Dim TableEntry As String Dim CellToFill As Range Range("F2:H5").ClearContents ListRow = 2 Do Until Cells(ListRow, 1).Value = "" ' Get table entry from first column of list. TableEntry = Cells(ListRow, 1).Value ' Get position of product name within range of row titles. TableRow = Application.Match(Cells(ListRow, 2), _ Range("E2:E5"), 0) ' Get position of product size within range of column titles. TableColumn = Application.Match(Cells(ListRow, 3), _ Range("f1:h1"), 0) Set CellToFill = Range("e1").Offset(TableRow, TableColumn) ' If there's already an entry in the cell, ' separate it from the new entry with a comma and space. If CellToFill.Value <> "" Then CellToFill.Value = _ CellToFill.Value & "," ' Add the new entry to the cell. CellToFill.Value = CellToFill.Value & TableEntry ListRow = ListRow + 1 Loop End Sub
E1: F1:Sml G1:Med H1:Lrg E2: Doodad F2:C G2: H2:M,A E3: Gizmo F3:A,H G3:B H3:F E4: Thing F4: G4: H4: E5: Widget F5:J G5:J H5:NOTE: You are still subject to the limit of 255 characters per cell. Also, the macro does not format the columns to display all of the information in each cell. You may want to use Format, Column, or Wrap Text to do this.
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