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CHAPTER 9 PRINTING AND EXTRACTING PIVOT TABLE DATA
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You can use the IFERROR function to return a zero instead of an error. For example, if the original formula is =GETPIVOTDATA("Quantity",$A$3,"Product","Pretzels") use an IFERROR formula to check for the error: =IFERROR(GETPIVOTDATA("Quantity",$A$3,"Product","Pretzels"),0) You can also return a text message, instead of a zero: =IFERROR(GETPIVOTDATA("Quantity",$A$3,"Product","Pretzels"),"No Pretzels")
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The IFERROR function is one of the new worksheet functions introduced in Excel 2007. It requires two arguments: the value to test for an error, and the result to show if the value is an error. In this example, the GetPivotData formula returns the quantity of Pretzels in the pivot table. If Pretzels is not found, the GetPivotData formula returns a #REF! error. Because the GetPivotData formula returns an error, the IFERROR formula returns the text message, No Pretzels (see Figure 9-8).
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Figure 9-8. Using IFERROR to hide error values
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9.18. Using GetPivotData: Preventing Errors for Custom Subtotals
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In your pivot table, Category and Product are in the Row Labels area, and Quantity is in the Values area. In the Field Settings for the Category field, you selected both Sum and Average as functions for Custom subtotals. You created a link to the subtotal cell that shows the average for Bars, and a GetPivotData formula was automatically created (see Figure 9-9). This formula looks different than the other GetPivotData formulas on the worksheet, and it returns a #REF! error: =GETPIVOTDATA($A$3,"Category[Bars;Data,Average]")
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CHAPTER 9 PRINTING AND EXTRACTING PIVOT TABLE DATA
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Figure 9-9. GetPivotData formula for custom subtotal You d like to fix the GetPivotData formula so it returns the correct result. This problem is based on the Subtotals.xlsx workbook.
Solution
When linking to custom subtotals at the bottom of a group, the automatically generated GetPivotData formulas return a #REF! error. This is a bug that has existed in Excel for several versions, but the formula can be easily corrected. To fix the formula so it calculates correctly, remove the Data, from the formula. The corrected formula for this example is =GETPIVOTDATA($A$3,"Category[Bars;Average]")
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If subtotals are shown at the top of the group when the GetPivotData formula is created for a custom subtotal, a normal GetPivotData formula is inserted. If subtotals are at the bottom, a GetPivotData formula with a Data reference is created.
Note If there are multiple subtotals for a field, the subtotals cannot be shown at the top of the group.
If you move subtotals to the top, after creating a GetPivotData formula with a Data reference, the formula may return incorrect results in some circumstances. Follow these steps to see an example: 1. Clear the existing pivot table, and create a pivot table layout with Category, Region, and City fields in the Row Labels area, and Quantity in the Values area. 2. On the Ribbon s Design tab, in the Layout group, click Subtotals, and then click Show All Subtotals at Bottom of Group. 3. To create a custom subtotal, right-click a label the Region field, such as East, and then click Field Settings. 4. On the Subtotals & Filters tab, click Custom, click Count, and then click OK. In the pivot table, Bars, for the East region, shows a subtotal of 118.
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5. Select a cell outside of the pivot table, type an equal sign, and then click the subtotal cell for Bars East. Press the Enter key to complete the formula. The formula in the cell contains the Data reference and returns a #REF! error: =GETPIVOTDATA($A$3,"Bars Region[East;Data,Count]") 6. On the Ribbon s Design tab, change the subtotals to show at the top of the group. The formula now works correctly, and returns 118 as the result. 7. Remove the City field from the Row Labels area. The GetPivotData formula now returns 35314, which is the Sum of Quantity for bars sold in the East, not the count of bars sold in the East region (see Figure 9-10).
Figure 9-10. GetPivotData formula shows an incorrect result. If you plan to use the GetPivotData function with custom subtotals, show the subtotals at the bottom of the group, if possible, or be alert for possible errors.
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