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Old March 14th 19, 01:03 AM
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Default Index Match Multiple Criteria Separate Pivot Tables

I am trying to use the index match function with multiple criteria by pulling records from Pivot table1
into Pivot table2. Pivot table1 are Job Orders that show issued labor hours and Pivot table2 show those labor hours expended per month. The information comes from 2 different databases which I pull into access and create the output files to excel. I am trying to pull the issued hours from Pivot table1 into Pivot table2 that lines up to t the matching record in Pivot table2. Not sure if this can be done. I have pasted an example record from both Pivot tables to at least give a visual. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. Gene

Pivot Table1
Type Project Finish COST FY Cat2 JO Title CAT Iss Hrs
87345 Test Test FY-11 00D 005 Test2 50330 24
00E2 002 Test3 50330 32
003 Test4 50330 16
420 Test5 50330 208
Pivot Table2
Type COST FY Cat2 JO CAT Exp Hrs Iss Hrs
87345 FY-11 00D 005 50330 0 ???
00E2 002 50330 0 ???
003 50330 0 ???
420 50330 108 ???

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