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6.19. Using a Pivot Table: Deleting the Entire Table
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You want to remove the pivot table from your workbook, but you can t delete the entire worksheet because it contains other data. This problem is based on the Sales_06.xlsx sample workbook.
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CHAPTER 6 MODIFYING A PIVOT TABLE
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Follow these instructions, to select the pivot table and delete it: 1. Select a cell in the pivot table, and on the Ribbon, click the Options tab. 2. In the Actions group, click Select, and then click Entire PivotTable. 3. On the keyboard, press the Delete key. This removes the pivot table, and its PivotTable Style formatting, from the worksheet.
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Updating a Pivot Table
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ost pivot tables are based on source data that continues to change; new records or fields may be added to the source data, existing records are modified, or the source data file is moved to a new location. You want to ensure that your pivot table contains the latest available data and is correctly connected to the source data. To reproduce the environment in which they were created, sample files must be stored in a C:\_Work folder, for testing. If a different folder is used, the connections will be broken. Create this folder on your computer s C: drive, and then copy all the sample files to it. Depending on your security settings, you may see a security warning when opening some sample files. To work with the file, you can enable the data connections. Except where noted, the problems in this chapter are based on the Sales_07.xlsx sample workbook.
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7.1. Using Source Data: Locating the Source Excel Table
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Problem
You ve been asked to make changes to the pivot table on the ProductSales worksheet, and you d like to find the Excel Table used as its source data. Several Excel Tables are in the workbook, and you aren t sure which one was used. This problem is based on the Sales07.xlsx sample workbook.
Solution
You can locate the Excel Table that contains the source data by following these steps: 1. Select a cell in the pivot table, and on the Ribbon, click the Options tab. 2. In the Data group, click the upper section of the Change Data Source command. 3. In the Change PivotTable Data Source dialog box, you can see the source table or range in the Table/Range box. This may be a table name, such as Sales_East or a worksheet reference, such as Sales_East!$A$1:$O$500
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4. On the worksheet, you can see the source range, surrounded by a moving border. 5. Click OK, or Cancel, to close the dialog box.
How It Works
In most cases, the source range is visible, and surrounded by a moving border. If the source range is not activated, it may be on a hidden worksheet. Follow these steps to unhide the sheet: 1. Right-click any worksheet tab, and then click Unhide. 2. In the Unhide Sheet list, select the sheet you want to make visible, and then click OK.
If the sheet name is not on the list of hidden sheets, it may have been hidden programmatically or Tip
removed from the workbook.
If a range name appears in the Table/Range box and the range is not selected, you can check the name definition, to find its location, and to see if there are any problems with the name definition: 1. On the Ribbon, click the Formulas tab, and in the Defined Names group, click Name Manager. 2. In the Name Manager, the Excel Tables and defined names are listed (see Figure 7-1). Select a name in the list, and in the Refers To box, you ll see the worksheet name on which the range is located.
Figure 7-1. Name Manager dialog box
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If the Refers To formula for a defined name contains #REF! errors, the worksheet, or some of its cells, Tip
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