## Macro to Make a List of Pivot Tables

In a complex Excel file, you might have several lists, and multiple pivot tables based on those lists. To keep things organized, use this macro to make a list of pivot tables in the active workbook. The code is shown … Continue reading

## New Pivot Items at End of List

Why do new pivot items appear at the end of the lists, when you add them to an Excel pivot table? It’s hard to find those new items, if they aren’t sorted alphabetically. Keep reading, to see why that happens, … Continue reading

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## Distinct Count in Excel Pivot Table

When you create a pivot table to summarize data, Excel automatically creates sums and counts for the fields that you add to the Values area. In addition, you might want to see a distinct count (unique count) for some fields, … Continue reading

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## Excel Pivot Table Grand Total Headings

When a pivot table has grand totals, Excel automatically names those totals. I’ll show you some examples, with details on which grand total headings you can change, and which ones you can’t.

## Quickly Change Pivot Table Layout

Pivot tables are a quick way to summarize your data, and they have another advantage too. After you build the pivot table, it’s easy to change pivot table layout, to get a different type of summary. Watch the video below, … Continue reading

## Unpivot Excel Data With a Macro

If you plan to build a pivot table, check the source data first, to make sure you have it set up correctly. If there is a heading for each month’s sales, instead of just one column where all the amounts … Continue reading

## Remove Sum Of From Pivot Table With Macro

When you put value fields into a pivot table, it automatically adds  text to the headings, such as “Sum of Quantity”, if the field name is Quantity. You can manually change those headings, to remove the extra text, if there … Continue reading

## Show Tenths of Second in Pivot Table Times

If you try to show hundredths of second, or tenths of second in pivot table, you might have trouble. Usually, the times are rounded, and there is a zero, instead of numbers, for the tenths and hundredths. See how to fix … Continue reading