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I need to separate Style, Quantity, Size, Price to make a dynamic table in Excel. How I can do this when I build my template?Asked by aalleexx77 on November 10, 2016 at 10:17 PM
WHEN I CONVERT MY DATA IN MY EXCEL FILE, IT IS NOT CLASSIFIED, I CAN NOT QUANTIFY ANYTHING AND MAKE A DYNAMIC TABLE, CAN YOU HELP ME ?
I see that you want to separate the payment field's product data into multiple columns/cells in excel. Unfortunately that feature is currently not available. The products and details in a payment field are designed to output into one cell only in Excel. However, you can still split the data into multiple columns by using the Convert Text to Columns feature of Excel. You can follow this guide on How to Split text into different columns with the Convert Text to Columns Wizard.
Another workaround would be to use regular fields for the product choices instead of putting the products in the payment integration. That way, when you export to excel each field will be on their own columns/cell. I checked your Shirt Order Form and I can see that you have done exactly that. Now all you need to do is to perform the calculation and pass it on to your payment integration. Please see the guides below.
Then to pass it on to the payment field, you can follow our guide here: How to Pass a Calculation to a Payment Field.
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