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CHAPTER 5 FORMATTING A PIVOT TABLE
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After the Tabular Form layout is applied, the first item for each field starts in the first available row (see Figure 5-3). As in Outline Form layout, there are two headings LeadTech2 is in cell A3, and LeadTech is in cell B3. Below each heading are the labels for the field that is named in the heading cell.
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Figure 5-3. Outline Form (on the left) and Tabular Form (on the right) layouts
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Note In the Tabular Form layout, the subtotals are at the bottom of the group, even though you selected
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the option to show the subtotals above the group.
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If you remove the subtotals, the Tabular Form layout will require fewer rows than the Outline Form layout, because it doesn t add an extra row for each group heading, such as Team A and Team B. The Tabular Form layout may be useful when you want to show all the field names as heading labels and aren t concerned about the width of the pivot table but want to reduce the number of rows.
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Next, you ll apply the Compact Form layout to the pivot table to return the pivot table to its original layout: 1. Select a cell in the pivot table. 2. On the Ribbon, under the PivotTable Tools tab, click the Design tab. 3. At the far left, in the Layout group, click the Report Layout command. 4. Click Show in Compact Form. After the Compact Form layout is applied, the headings for LeadTech2 and LeadTech disappear. The row labels are all shown in column A, under the heading Row Labels, as they were originally (see the Compact Form layout in Figure 5-2). The indentation differentiates the sets of items. Also, because you ve removed the Tabular Form layout, the subtotals are now visible at the top of each group.
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CHAPTER 5 FORMATTING A PIVOT TABLE
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To add some whitespace to a pivot table and make it easier to distinguish where items end, you can change a setting to add blank rows to the layout. You ll add blank rows to your pivot table to see the effect: 1. Select a cell in the pivot table. 2. On the Ribbon, under the PivotTable Tools tab, click the Design tab. 3. At the far left, in the Layout group, click the Blank Rows command. 4. Click Insert Blank Line After Each Item (see Figure 5-4).
Figure 5-4. Blank Rows options The pivot table now has a blank row after each item in the outer fields in the Row Labels area. Adding this whitespace may make the pivot table easier to read, especially if it is large or is crowded with large numbers. If you ve added blank rows to the pivot table, later you can remove the rows by using the Blank Rows command on the Ribbon. You ll remove the blank rows that you added: 1. Select a cell in the pivot table. 2. On the Ribbon, under the PivotTable Tools tab, click the Design tab. 3. At the far left, in the Layout group, click the Blank Rows command. 4. Click Remove Blank Line After Each Item. This removes the blank row after each item and reduces the number of rows in the pivot table.
Using a Pivot Table Style
To quickly and easily format a pivot table, you can apply a pivot table style. If you change the pivot table layout, the pivot table style formatting will adjust to the revised layout, so formatting such as alternating shaded rows will display correctly when rows are added or removed from the pivot table layout.
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In 3 you applied a pivot table style. In this chapter, you ll modify and create pivot table styles and see how the styles work in conjunction with other formatting features in Excel. To get started, you ll apply one of the existing styles: 1. Select a cell in the pivot table. 2. On the Ribbon, under the PivotTable Tools tab, click the Design tab. 3. Click the More arrow at the bottom right of the PivotTable Styles group. 4. In the Medium section of the PivotTable Style gallery, click Pivot Style Medium 8.
As you point to the styles in the Pivot Table Style gallery, the style will be previewed in the active Tip
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