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    Summarise a Questionnaire (2000)

    I have a list of clients in column A and questions running across from B1. The responses of the clients are yes, no, n/a, and sometimes >10, >20, etc. I want to create totals for all the answers. Is it possible to do this using a Pivot Table? How else would you tackle it? Andy.

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    Re: Summarise a Questionnaire (2000)

    I would use a pivot table, but you must have field names (column headers) in the top row; if necessary, insert a row at the top and assign dummy names.

    Don't use the customer field in the pivot table, but add the response field twice: once as a Row field, and once as a Data field (with Count as summary operation; this will probably be the default.)

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