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    Transposing and Consolidating Data



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    I have a query that's cleaning up data but I'm a point where I need help. Now this is part of the data but in screen shot 1 shows the current state of the data. What I would like to do is transpose and the Edit Type column and put the counts beneath them like in screen shot 2. The hurdle I am running into is that some columns will have data for certain days and it nothing for other days. Hopefully the screen shots help. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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    A pivot table will do this quickly.
    Supply the workbook with the data like in the first screenshot.

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    I totally forgot about Pivot Tables, thanks for the suggestion and I can work with that. Thanks again!

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