I'm using Excel 2003. I'm a high school guidance secretary. The administrators are constantly asking for data relating to course failures. From our school's student management program, I've exported a listing of all course grades for the year and used the data to create a pivot table. Right now, I'm only using row fields: StuName, GradeLVL, TermID, StoreCode, Course, Grade I've filtered the data to only show records with a TermID of '1901' & '1900'. (Semester 1 Final or Year Long). I've also filtered the StoreCode to only show records with a StoreCode of 'S1'. I've filtered to Grade data to only show records with a grade < 75. (Course Failures) My delima is that I need to show ONLY records for students with two or more course failures. Currently, I'm sorting through the records and hiding the rows for students with only one course failure. It seems like there should be a way for Excel to calculate this data for me, but I don't know how in the Pivot Table. Can you help? Thanks!

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4/19/2010 7:35:01 PM

Maybe you could add another column "Courses Failed" to the raw data. If stuname is in column A and grade is in column F, then a formula like this in G2 (nice header in G1): =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75)) Adjust the ranges to match--but you can't use whole columns (except in xl2007+). =sumproduct() likes to work with numbers. The -- stuff changes trues and falses to 1's and 0's. Bob Phillips explains =sumproduct() in much more detail here: http://www.xldynamic.com/source/xld.SUMPRODUCT.html And J.E. McGimpsey has some notes at: http://mcgimpsey.com/excel/formulae/doubleneg.html ======= Then you can use this new field as a page field and hide the records that are less than 2. (or modify the formula in G2: =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75))>1 This will return True if the count is more than one. ======== When you move to xl2007+, you'll be able to use an =countifs() formula that can check more than one column. KingdomGirl wrote: > > I'm using Excel 2003. I'm a high school guidance secretary. The > administrators are constantly asking for data relating to course failures. > From our school's student management program, I've exported a listing of all > course grades for the year and used the data to create a pivot table. > > Right now, I'm only using row fields: StuName, GradeLVL, TermID, StoreCode, > Course, Grade > > I've filtered the data to only show records with a TermID of '1901' & > '1900'. (Semester 1 Final or Year Long). I've also filtered the StoreCode to > only show records with a StoreCode of 'S1'. I've filtered to Grade data to > only show records with a grade < 75. (Course Failures) > > My delima is that I need to show ONLY records for students with two or more > course failures. Currently, I'm sorting through the records and hiding the > rows for students with only one course failure. It seems like there should > be a way for Excel to calculate this data for me, but I don't know how in the > Pivot Table. > > Can you help? > > Thanks! -- Dave Peterson

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4/19/2010 9:12:27 PM

Hi, Dave. Thank you so much for your help. I consider myself pretty proficient in Excel, but the SUMPRODUCT formula is completely new to me. I'm excited about the possibilities. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, but I can't get the formula to return the correct number. As an example: rows A2:A26 contain records for a single student. (We'll call him John.) There are multiple rows for each student because each row represents a course that student has taken. Column A contains the student name. Column F contains the course grade. I entered the SUMPRODUCT formula into Column G, as you suggested. The result returned was '17', but that is not correct. Looking at John's grades, he actually has failed 7 courses. (Obviously not our best student!) I don't know if it makes a difference, but I feel I should mention that my data represents each student's entire course history, so the file is quite large - over 30,000 rows. Do you have any idea what I'm doing wrong? Thanks again for your EXCELLENT help! Julie "Dave Peterson" wrote: > Maybe you could add another column "Courses Failed" to the raw data. > > If stuname is in column A and grade is in column F, then a formula like this in > G2 (nice header in G1): > > =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75)) > > Adjust the ranges to match--but you can't use whole columns (except in xl2007+). > > =sumproduct() likes to work with numbers. The -- stuff changes trues and falses > to 1's and 0's. > > Bob Phillips explains =sumproduct() in much more detail here: > http://www.xldynamic.com/source/xld.SUMPRODUCT.html > > And J.E. McGimpsey has some notes at: > http://mcgimpsey.com/excel/formulae/doubleneg.html > > ======= > Then you can use this new field as a page field and hide the records that are > less than 2. > > (or modify the formula in G2: > =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75))>1 > > This will return True if the count is more than one. > > ======== > When you move to xl2007+, you'll be able to use an =countifs() formula that can > check more than one column. > > > > KingdomGirl wrote: > > > > I'm using Excel 2003. I'm a high school guidance secretary. The > > administrators are constantly asking for data relating to course failures. > > From our school's student management program, I've exported a listing of all > > course grades for the year and used the data to create a pivot table. > > > > Right now, I'm only using row fields: StuName, GradeLVL, TermID, StoreCode, > > Course, Grade > > > > I've filtered the data to only show records with a TermID of '1901' & > > '1900'. (Semester 1 Final or Year Long). I've also filtered the StoreCode to > > only show records with a StoreCode of 'S1'. I've filtered to Grade data to > > only show records with a grade < 75. (Course Failures) > > > > My delima is that I need to show ONLY records for students with two or more > > course failures. Currently, I'm sorting through the records and hiding the > > rows for students with only one course failure. It seems like there should > > be a way for Excel to calculate this data for me, but I don't know how in the > > Pivot Table. > > > > Can you help? > > > > Thanks! > > -- > > Dave Peterson > . >

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4/22/2010 7:05:01 PM

What formula did you use? (Just to make sure you didn't change it too much <vbg>.) Are there scores where John showed 75, but where is actual score is 74.9 -- and the cell is formatted to not show decimals (or just to skinny to show them)? KingdomGirl wrote: > > Hi, Dave. Thank you so much for your help. I consider myself pretty > proficient in Excel, but the SUMPRODUCT formula is completely new to me. I'm > excited about the possibilities. > > I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, but I can't get the formula to return the > correct number. As an example: rows A2:A26 contain records for a single > student. (We'll call him John.) There are multiple rows for each student > because each row represents a course that student has taken. Column A > contains the student name. Column F contains the course grade. I entered > the SUMPRODUCT formula into Column G, as you suggested. The result returned > was '17', but that is not correct. Looking at John's grades, he actually has > failed 7 courses. (Obviously not our best student!) > > I don't know if it makes a difference, but I feel I should mention that my > data represents each student's entire course history, so the file is quite > large - over 30,000 rows. > > Do you have any idea what I'm doing wrong? > > Thanks again for your EXCELLENT help! > > Julie > > "Dave Peterson" wrote: > > > Maybe you could add another column "Courses Failed" to the raw data. > > > > If stuname is in column A and grade is in column F, then a formula like this in > > G2 (nice header in G1): > > > > =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75)) > > > > Adjust the ranges to match--but you can't use whole columns (except in xl2007+). > > > > =sumproduct() likes to work with numbers. The -- stuff changes trues and falses > > to 1's and 0's. > > > > Bob Phillips explains =sumproduct() in much more detail here: > > http://www.xldynamic.com/source/xld.SUMPRODUCT.html > > > > And J.E. McGimpsey has some notes at: > > http://mcgimpsey.com/excel/formulae/doubleneg.html > > > > ======= > > Then you can use this new field as a page field and hide the records that are > > less than 2. > > > > (or modify the formula in G2: > > =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75))>1 > > > > This will return True if the count is more than one. > > > > ======== > > When you move to xl2007+, you'll be able to use an =countifs() formula that can > > check more than one column. > > > > > > > > KingdomGirl wrote: > > > > > > I'm using Excel 2003. I'm a high school guidance secretary. The > > > administrators are constantly asking for data relating to course failures. > > > From our school's student management program, I've exported a listing of all > > > course grades for the year and used the data to create a pivot table. > > > > > > Right now, I'm only using row fields: StuName, GradeLVL, TermID, StoreCode, > > > Course, Grade > > > > > > I've filtered the data to only show records with a TermID of '1901' & > > > '1900'. (Semester 1 Final or Year Long). I've also filtered the StoreCode to > > > only show records with a StoreCode of 'S1'. I've filtered to Grade data to > > > only show records with a grade < 75. (Course Failures) > > > > > > My delima is that I need to show ONLY records for students with two or more > > > course failures. Currently, I'm sorting through the records and hiding the > > > rows for students with only one course failure. It seems like there should > > > be a way for Excel to calculate this data for me, but I don't know how in the > > > Pivot Table. > > > > > > Can you help? > > > > > > Thanks! > > > > -- > > > > Dave Peterson > > . > > -- Dave Peterson

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4/22/2010 7:17:02 PM

ps. I should have suggested a formula that didn't change the range to inspect: =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75)) should have been: =sumproduct(--($A$2:$A$999=a2),--($F$2:$F$999<75)) Then dragging down won't break the formula. KingdomGirl wrote: > > Hi, Dave. Thank you so much for your help. I consider myself pretty > proficient in Excel, but the SUMPRODUCT formula is completely new to me. I'm > excited about the possibilities. > > I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, but I can't get the formula to return the > correct number. As an example: rows A2:A26 contain records for a single > student. (We'll call him John.) There are multiple rows for each student > because each row represents a course that student has taken. Column A > contains the student name. Column F contains the course grade. I entered > the SUMPRODUCT formula into Column G, as you suggested. The result returned > was '17', but that is not correct. Looking at John's grades, he actually has > failed 7 courses. (Obviously not our best student!) > > I don't know if it makes a difference, but I feel I should mention that my > data represents each student's entire course history, so the file is quite > large - over 30,000 rows. > > Do you have any idea what I'm doing wrong? > > Thanks again for your EXCELLENT help! > > Julie > > "Dave Peterson" wrote: > > > Maybe you could add another column "Courses Failed" to the raw data. > > > > If stuname is in column A and grade is in column F, then a formula like this in > > G2 (nice header in G1): > > > > =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75)) > > > > Adjust the ranges to match--but you can't use whole columns (except in xl2007+). > > > > =sumproduct() likes to work with numbers. The -- stuff changes trues and falses > > to 1's and 0's. > > > > Bob Phillips explains =sumproduct() in much more detail here: > > http://www.xldynamic.com/source/xld.SUMPRODUCT.html > > > > And J.E. McGimpsey has some notes at: > > http://mcgimpsey.com/excel/formulae/doubleneg.html > > > > ======= > > Then you can use this new field as a page field and hide the records that are > > less than 2. > > > > (or modify the formula in G2: > > =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75))>1 > > > > This will return True if the count is more than one. > > > > ======== > > When you move to xl2007+, you'll be able to use an =countifs() formula that can > > check more than one column. > > > > > > > > KingdomGirl wrote: > > > > > > I'm using Excel 2003. I'm a high school guidance secretary. The > > > administrators are constantly asking for data relating to course failures. > > > From our school's student management program, I've exported a listing of all > > > course grades for the year and used the data to create a pivot table. > > > > > > Right now, I'm only using row fields: StuName, GradeLVL, TermID, StoreCode, > > > Course, Grade > > > > > > I've filtered the data to only show records with a TermID of '1901' & > > > '1900'. (Semester 1 Final or Year Long). I've also filtered the StoreCode to > > > only show records with a StoreCode of 'S1'. I've filtered to Grade data to > > > only show records with a grade < 75. (Course Failures) > > > > > > My delima is that I need to show ONLY records for students with two or more > > > course failures. Currently, I'm sorting through the records and hiding the > > > rows for students with only one course failure. It seems like there should > > > be a way for Excel to calculate this data for me, but I don't know how in the > > > Pivot Table. > > > > > > Can you help? > > > > > > Thanks! > > > > -- > > > > Dave Peterson > > . > > -- Dave Peterson

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4/22/2010 7:18:37 PM

Okay, I posted too quickly. Figured out my problem. Actually, there were two. The first is that some courses did not have a grade, so the blank was calculated as a zero. That's where the 17 came from. The second problem is because there are multiple rows for every student, the number of failures decreased as the formula was copied down. As a solution, I deleted all rows without grades. I reconfigured my rows so the Student Number is now in column A. Then, I sorted by Student Number in ascending order and Course Failure in descending order. I inserted another worksheet and inserted all student numbers into column A, with a separate row for each student. I entered a VLOOKUP formula into column B to reference the student number on the data sheet and return the number of course failures. So now I'm left with a true count of course failures for each student, which brings up another delima: In any given grading period, I will need to know how many course failures a student had in the previous term. The count I have now is for the number of course failures a student has had in his/her entire high school career. What is the solution? Perhaps insert colums for course failures by term, and use an IF formula? Something like: =IF(AND(D2=1901,F2<75),1,0) Then I could use the SUMPRODUCT formula to count the numer of failures. What do you think? Am I making this too complicated? Thanks for your help! Julie "Dave Peterson" wrote: > Maybe you could add another column "Courses Failed" to the raw data. > > If stuname is in column A and grade is in column F, then a formula like this in > G2 (nice header in G1): > > =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75)) > > Adjust the ranges to match--but you can't use whole columns (except in xl2007+). > > =sumproduct() likes to work with numbers. The -- stuff changes trues and falses > to 1's and 0's. > > Bob Phillips explains =sumproduct() in much more detail here: > http://www.xldynamic.com/source/xld.SUMPRODUCT.html > > And J.E. McGimpsey has some notes at: > http://mcgimpsey.com/excel/formulae/doubleneg.html > > ======= > Then you can use this new field as a page field and hide the records that are > less than 2. > > (or modify the formula in G2: > =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75))>1 > > This will return True if the count is more than one. > > ======== > When you move to xl2007+, you'll be able to use an =countifs() formula that can > check more than one column. > > > > KingdomGirl wrote: > > > > I'm using Excel 2003. I'm a high school guidance secretary. The > > administrators are constantly asking for data relating to course failures. > > From our school's student management program, I've exported a listing of all > > course grades for the year and used the data to create a pivot table. > > > > Right now, I'm only using row fields: StuName, GradeLVL, TermID, StoreCode, > > Course, Grade > > > > I've filtered the data to only show records with a TermID of '1901' & > > '1900'. (Semester 1 Final or Year Long). I've also filtered the StoreCode to > > only show records with a StoreCode of 'S1'. I've filtered to Grade data to > > only show records with a grade < 75. (Course Failures) > > > > My delima is that I need to show ONLY records for students with two or more > > course failures. Currently, I'm sorting through the records and hiding the > > rows for students with only one course failure. It seems like there should > > be a way for Excel to calculate this data for me, but I don't know how in the > > Pivot Table. > > > > Can you help? > > > > Thanks! > > -- > > Dave Peterson > . >

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4/22/2010 7:45:01 PM

First, I posted a modification to my initial suggestion that fixed that range: =sumproduct(--($A$2:$A$999=a2),--($F$2:$F$999<75)) You'll want to add one more criteria to this to make sure the value in column F is a number: =sumproduct(--($A$2:$A$999=a2),--($F$2:$F$999<75),--(isnumber($f$2:$f$999))) (You shouldn't have to delete those rows with empty cells in column F.) ======= As for the previous term, this formula seems ok to me -- maybe watch out for those empty cells: =IF(AND(D2=1901,F2<75,isnumber(f2)),1,0) This is a shorthand version that will give the same results: =--(and(D2=1901,F2<75,isnumber(f2))) The =and() will return true/false. The first minus will change true to -1 (and false to 0) and the second minus will change the -1 to +1. But use the one you're comfortable with. One thing that I would consider doing is to dedicate a cell to hold that previous term. Then you'll just have to change it one location (instead of all formulas): =IF(AND(D2=x99,F2<75,isnumber(f2)),1,0) or =--(and(D2=x99,F2<75,isnumber(f2))) I used X99, but you'll want it closer/easier to see. And remember that if you have a Text value of '1901, then it's not equal to the number 1901. KingdomGirl wrote: > > Okay, I posted too quickly. Figured out my problem. Actually, there were > two. The first is that some courses did not have a grade, so the blank was > calculated as a zero. That's where the 17 came from. The second problem is > because there are multiple rows for every student, the number of failures > decreased as the formula was copied down. > > As a solution, I deleted all rows without grades. I reconfigured my rows so > the Student Number is now in column A. Then, I sorted by Student Number in > ascending order and Course Failure in descending order. I inserted another > worksheet and inserted all student numbers into column A, with a separate row > for each student. I entered a VLOOKUP formula into column B to reference the > student number on the data sheet and return the number of course failures. > > So now I'm left with a true count of course failures for each student, which > brings up another delima: In any given grading period, I will need to know > how many course failures a student had in the previous term. The count I > have now is for the number of course failures a student has had in his/her > entire high school career. What is the solution? Perhaps insert colums for > course failures by term, and use an IF formula? Something like: > > =IF(AND(D2=1901,F2<75),1,0) > > Then I could use the SUMPRODUCT formula to count the numer of failures. > > What do you think? Am I making this too complicated? > > Thanks for your help! > > Julie > > "Dave Peterson" wrote: > > > Maybe you could add another column "Courses Failed" to the raw data. > > > > If stuname is in column A and grade is in column F, then a formula like this in > > G2 (nice header in G1): > > > > =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75)) > > > > Adjust the ranges to match--but you can't use whole columns (except in xl2007+). > > > > =sumproduct() likes to work with numbers. The -- stuff changes trues and falses > > to 1's and 0's. > > > > Bob Phillips explains =sumproduct() in much more detail here: > > http://www.xldynamic.com/source/xld.SUMPRODUCT.html > > > > And J.E. McGimpsey has some notes at: > > http://mcgimpsey.com/excel/formulae/doubleneg.html > > > > ======= > > Then you can use this new field as a page field and hide the records that are > > less than 2. > > > > (or modify the formula in G2: > > =sumproduct(--(A2:A999=a2),--(F2:F999<75))>1 > > > > This will return True if the count is more than one. > > > > ======== > > When you move to xl2007+, you'll be able to use an =countifs() formula that can > > check more than one column. > > > > > > > > KingdomGirl wrote: > > > > > > I'm using Excel 2003. I'm a high school guidance secretary. The > > > administrators are constantly asking for data relating to course failures. > > > From our school's student management program, I've exported a listing of all > > > course grades for the year and used the data to create a pivot table. > > > > > > Right now, I'm only using row fields: StuName, GradeLVL, TermID, StoreCode, > > > Course, Grade > > > > > > I've filtered the data to only show records with a TermID of '1901' & > > > '1900'. (Semester 1 Final or Year Long). I've also filtered the StoreCode to > > > only show records with a StoreCode of 'S1'. I've filtered to Grade data to > > > only show records with a grade < 75. (Course Failures) > > > > > > My delima is that I need to show ONLY records for students with two or more > > > course failures. Currently, I'm sorting through the records and hiding the > > > rows for students with only one course failure. It seems like there should > > > be a way for Excel to calculate this data for me, but I don't know how in the > > > Pivot Table. > > > > > > Can you help? > > > > > > Thanks! > > > > -- > > > > Dave Peterson > > . > > -- Dave Peterson

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4/22/2010 9:53:15 PM

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I could really use some help with this headache. I'm using Excel 2003. I'm doing a Vlookup comparing text data in Column A of Worksheet 1 to text data in Column C of Worksheet 2. If there's a match I'm having the result placed in Column B of Worksheet 1. When there's no match I get a blank which is fine. I'm comparing about 10,000 records in Worksheet 1 to about 8,000 records in Worksheet 2. I need a way to get a count of only the matched records in Column B. I've tried using the The CountA function for Column B, but I get the exact same counts in Column B ...

I know you have the count field but is there away to input a formula? For example customer ordered 25 cases and each case weighs 4 lbs and the end result would need to be total pounds ordered. Thanks! If you do the calculation in the pivot table you may not get the result that you expect. If possible, add a field to the source data, and calculate the order total there. Then, add the OrderTotal field to the pivot table's data area. tskb wrote: > I know you have the count field but is there away to input a formula? > For example customer ordered 25 cases and each case weighs 4 lbs...

Is it possible to put hyperlinks into a pivot table to go to the detail in other worksheets? I have a top 10 list of components with issues and would like the user to be able to click on the component to go to the list of issues. I thought if I put the hyperlink in the cell where the pivot table is getting it's info, it would come through, but that didn't work. Any suggestions? Thanks Hi Just double clicking on the cell with the data of interest, will open another sheet showing all of the entries making up that value. Delete the newly created sheet after you have finished w...

Currently using 2 workbooks to produce 1 chart - the source data in workbook 1 and the chart in workbook 2. We also are using the "show data table" option to most easily view all values in the chart. We would like this data to keep it's currency format to best reflect the values in the chart; however, the data table loses this formatting when we close workbook 1. Is there any way to hang onto this formatting after the workbook is closed? Data tables in charts are not particularly flexible or capable. You combine the workbooks. Alternatively, put a table in the chart's...

Hey guys and girls. New one for you. I am doing an IT audit of Great Plains and need to flowchart how the data files are related to each other. In other words, how does one file feed into another file, and what field or fields in a particular table is used to relate/link to another table. Does anyone where I can find such information? Thanks Check out the Great Plains SDK available on the installation CDs. There are several diagrams that describe table relationships. Also, there are module documents that contain posting flowcharts. Regards, Kevin Rood Corporate Software Consultants...

Does anyone know if there is a way to quickly clear a field list? I can't find a keyboard shortcut or anything else in any of the help/support avenues I've tried. Thanks in advance for the help. -- ERR229 Are you trying to clear all the check boxes in the field's dropdown list? In Excel 2002 and later versions, there's a Show All checkbox. In Excel 2000, and earlier versions, you can use programming to hide or show the items -- there's sample code here: http://www.contextures.com/xlPivot03.html ERR229 wrote: > Does anyone know if there is a way to quickl...

When I try doing this by copying the table it appears in excelwith one or two empty lines in between each of my lines that I needed converting. Why is this? usually means there are superfluous paragraph marks in the Word table. "Aaron" <Aaron@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:012E3413-1F64-4018-BC14-A2D6AB68B668@microsoft.com... > When I try doing this by copying the table it appears in excelwith one or > two > empty lines in between each of my lines that I needed converting. Why is > this? ...

Access 2003 does not support combined Line/Column Charts, but Excel does. Has the capability been added to Access 2007? Access does support a series displayed as a bars and another series as line. -- Duane Hookom MS Access MVP Help me support UCP http://www.access.hookom.net/UCP/Default.htm "John" <John@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:A0DD25F6-D99A-44C3-812B-416776BED8AF@microsoft.com... > Access 2003 does not support combined Line/Column Charts, but Excel does. > Has > the capability been added to Access 2007? ...

A flaw in the reconciliation of the stock count entry is that if there is a variance between system and actual counts, it is almost impossible to reconcile by virtue of the fact that the unposted transactions screen omits to tell the quantities relating to each transaction. You manually have to go into each transaction to determine the quantity, and then keep a running total manually. Surely anyone doing a reconciliation would need to at least know the total of the unposted transaction quantities, otherwise, how is the variance going to be entered correctly? ...

Currently I using excel 2003, but every time when I link the cell to a pivot table it will convert to a "Get pivot" formula. Is there any way I could deactivate it? See Debra Dalgleish's website for instructions: http://www.contextures.com/xlPivot06.html Does that help? *********** Regards, Ron XL2002, WinXP-Pro "hwtradezheng" wrote: > Currently I using excel 2003, but every time when I link the cell to a pivot > table it will convert to a "Get pivot" formula. Is there any way I could > deactivate it? ...

I am trying to run a pivot table on a file containing 25000 rows. I have 5 duplicate (identical structure) files. The pivot works on each but one. On this file I get an error saying it has too many columns or rows in the pivot table. Drag at least one column or row off the table... Does anybody know what the reason for this message is, are their limits to rows or columns? The identical table works on the other files, therefore this message is so strange. Who has an idea? -- Craig_Richards ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Craig_Richards's Profil...

Version: 2008 Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) I need to move up values in a pivot table to custom order them. When I right-click I see the "Move" menu, but the options to move up, move down, move to beginning and move to end are greyed out. Did you find an answer? Katy MelKC wrote: Pivot table move up command 04-Feb-10 Version: 2008 Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) I need to move up values in a pivot table to custom order them. When I right-click I see the "Move" menu, but the options to move up, move d...

I have remote users connecting using imap/SMTP for mail. We had to reboot the server over the weekend and now we are seeing the following issue Task 'webmail.madden.com - Sending' reported error (0x800CCC78) : 'Unable to send the message. Please verify the e-mail address in your account properties. The server responded: 505 5.7.3 Must issue a STARTTLS command first' Imap seems fine but this SMTP connector seems hosed. I have removed the certificate since this seems to be a SSL issue and have told Outlook 2003 to not authenticate. None of these has helped. This server...