How To Use CUBEVALUE To Alter The Layout Of A PivotTable In Excel

In this tutorial we’ll take a look at how you can use the CUBEVALUE function in Excel to allow more flexibility with laying out your PivotTables.

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I have a data set of 2,000 lines:

And I want to be able to create a layout using PivotTable data that looks like this:

Normally, you are somewhat constrained by the use of PivotTables to move blocks of data around, insert blank rows and the like. But, in order to accomplish this, we’re going to convert our PivotTable into formulas. Take a few minutes and watch this video to see how easy this can be!

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