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After applying a pivot table style to a pivot table, you may want to clear the style and start over, or you simply might want to work with an unformatted pivot table. You ll remove the pivot table style from your pivot table to prepare for creating your own pivot table style: 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.
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CHAPTER 5 FORMATTING A PIVOT TABLE
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4. At the bottom left of the gallery, click Clear to remove the pivot table style (see Figure 5-7).
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Figure 5-7. Clearing the pivot table style This removes the pivot table style from the pivot table, and the cells have no fill color, bold font, or colored borders; they have only the formatting that was manually applied to the cells. Checking the options in the PivotTable Style Options group on the Ribbon has no effect on the pivot table, because no style is applied.
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A pivot table style, None, appears at the top left in the PivotTable Styles group on the Ribbon. You can Tip
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use it to clear the pivot table style, just as you would use the Clear command.
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In addition to using the built-in pivot table styles, you can create and apply your own pivot table styles, either from scratch or based on an existing pivot table style. You ll create a pivot table style from scratch and apply it to your pivot table: 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. Click New PivotTable Style (shown earlier in Figure 5-7). 5. In the New PivotTable Quick Style dialog box, type WorkOrders in the Name box as the name for your new style (see Figure 5-8).
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In the Preview section of the New PivotTable Quick Style dialog box, you can see a sample of the forTip
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matting as you create it.
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Figure 5-8. The New PivotTable Quick Style dialog box 6. In the Table Element list, scroll down to Grand Total Row, click to select it, and then click the Format button.
Note The Grand Total Row element is the row at the bottom of the pivot table. It is different from the
Grand Totals for Rows element in the column at the far right of the pivot table.
7. In the Format Cells dialog box, click the Fill tab, and select a background color for the grand total row. 8. Click the Border tab, select a line style and line color, and then select borders for the grand total row. 9. Click the Font tab, and select Bold as the font style. 10. Click the OK button to return to the New PivotTable Quick Style dialog box, where the formatted grand total row is listed with a bold font.
Click a formatted table element, and you can view a description of its formatting in the Element Tip
Formatting section of the New PivotTable Quick Style dialog box.
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11. Repeat steps 6 to 10 to format the Header Row and Row Subheading 1 table elements. 12. Click the OK button to close the New PivotTable Quick Style dialog box.
Note The new pivot table style is not automatically applied to the active pivot table.
The pivot table style you created may be visible on the Ribbon, under the PivotTable Tools tab, in the PivotTable Styles group on the Design tab. It is also added to a Custom section of the PivotTable Styles gallery (see Figure 5-9).
Figure 5-9. The Custom pivot table styles on the Ribbon
Applying a Custom Pivot Table Style
After you have created a custom pivot table style, you can apply it to your pivot table. You ll apply the WorkOrders pivot table style to your pivot table: 1. Select a cell in the pivot table. 2. On the Ribbon, under the PivotTable Tools tab, click the Design tab. 3. Click the WorkOrders style in the PivotTable Styles group (see Figure 5-10).
Figure 5-10. The new pivot table style on the Ribbon The WorkOrders custom pivot table style is applied to your pivot table, with the formatting you selected when creating the style.
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