Tip: Other languages are Google-Translated. You can visit the English version of this link.
Log in
x
or
x
x
Register
x

or

How to create a Pivot Table from Text file in Excel?

Normally, Pivot Table is created based on the data in an existing worksheet. However, do you know how to create a Pivot Table from a Text file in Excel? This article will show you a method of creating a Pivot Table from a Text file in Excel.

Create a Pivot Table from Text file in Excel


Quickly save a range as a Text file in Excel:

With the Export Range to File utility of Kutools for Excel, you can quickly save a range as a TXT file in Excel. See screenshot:

  • Select the range you will save as TXT file;
  • Click Kutools Plus > Import / Export > Export Range to File to enable the utility;
  • Do the below settings to save the range as TXT file.

Kutools for Excel: with more than 200 handy Excel add-ins, free to try with no limitation in 60 days. Download and free trial Now!


Create a Pivot Table from Text file in Excel


You can import the text file data into the worksheet firstly, and then create Pivot Table with the imported data. Please do as follows.

1. Click Data > From Text. See screenshot:

2. Then a Microsoft Excel Security Notice dialog box pops up, please click the OK button.

3. In the Import Text File window, select the TXT file you will create Pivot Table based on, and then click the Import button.

4. In the first Text Import Wizard, select the Delimited option and click the Next button.

5. In the second wizard, select the delimiter your TXT file data contains, and then click the Next button.

6. In the last wizard, click the Finish button.

7. In the Import Data dialog box, select where to place the imported data and then click the OK button.

8. Now all data in selected text file is imported to worksheet, please select the data and click Insert > PivotTable.

9. In the Create PivotTable dialog box, choose where to place the Pivot Table and click the OK button.

10. Then the PivotTable Fields pane displays on the right side of worksheet, after choosing the fields to add to report, you can see the Pivot Table is created as below screenshot shown.


Related articles:



Recommended Productivity Tools for Excel

Kutools for Excel Helps You Always Finish Work Ahead of Time, and Stand Out From Crowd

  • More than 300 powerful advanced features, designed for 1500 work scenarios, increasing productivity by 70%, give you more time to take care of family and enjoy life.
  • No longer need memorizing formulas and VBA codes, give your brain a rest from now on.
  • Become an Excel expert in 3 minutes, Complicated and repeated operations can be done in seconds, 
  • Reduce thousands of keyboard & mouse operations every day, say goodbye to occupational diseases now.
  • 110,000 highly effective people and 300+ world-renowned companies' choice.
  • 60-day full features free trial. 60-day money back guarantees. 2 years of free upgrade and support.

Brings Tabbed Browsing and Editing to Microsoft Office, Far More Powerful Than The Browser's Tabs

  • Office Tab is designed for Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Other Office Applications: Publisher, Access, Visio and Project.
  • Open and create multiple documents in new tabs of the same window, rather than in new windows.
  • Increases your productivity by 50%, and reduces hundreds of mouse clicks for you every day!
Say something here...
symbols left.
You are guest ( Sign Up? )
or post as a guest, but your post won't be published automatically.
Loading comment... The comment will be refreshed after 00:00.

Be the first to comment.