How to get address Column Name and Row Name of all marked rows in Excel table as rows in new worksheet

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 need the row/column combinations marked with an 'X' in my table to be available as three columns in another sheet.

Table 1

  • The first column will consist of the cell address,
  • the second column will have the Row Name, and
  • the third column will have the Column name of the marked cells.

VLookUp and Index/Match are not helping.

Expected result:

Output

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