As discussed in another post, I have constructed a pivot table with a custom view for Sales by Item Summary. The pivot table uses the Item Name, Reorder Point, and a combination of Inventory Line Inventory Quantity and a calculated column to create specific date ranges of sales to identify trends on new products.
I want to add a column for Inventory On Hand, which also uses Inventory Line Inventory Quantity. Seeing that I can't use the same field twice in a single pivot table, I used the QQube default Inventory Pivot Table on a separate sheet for Inventory On Hand. Now I would like to use a calculated field and VLOOKUP to pull in the Inventory On Hand, but no matter what I do Excel always says the formula has an error. Here is the formula I am attempting to use:=VLOOKUP(A8,OnHand!A7:B1032,2,FALSE)
I have found many posts on the web about people successfully using VLOOKUP from one pivot table to another, but none that I have found have an example.
Instead of doing a vlookup from within a pivot table, I added a blank column to the List Table and did the vlookup there, then simply added the field to my pivot table.
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