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Min and Max Date range filter

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I have data in a pivot chart as follows:
Posting Date Item No_ Invoiced Quantity Total 30/11/07 0116913 2 8910.02

I need to be able to type a min and max Date range (corresponding to Posting Date Column) in the excel sheet and this needs to then filter the pivot table (let me know if I need to Paste Values in another sheet) to show only the Dates within the range given.

Any help will be appreciated.

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  • glidergem May 08, 2008

    Hi. Thanks for that. I'll give it a try. I was hoping for something where I would be able to just change the data in the cells and not have to go through setting filters each time I want to change the output but at least this gives me what I need for now :)



    Thanks.

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Suggest the formula of vlookup and hlookup and give one one example of all theses formulas.
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Check out: Tools -> Data -> Filter -> Auto Filter.
You may want to look at the help function to get a better idea of how powerful this feature is.

Let me know if this helps.

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