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Another feature that will help as you focus on specific data in the pivot table is filtering the row and column labels. You don t have to move a field to the Report Filter area to filter it; you can keep the pivot table layout as it is and filter the labels to reduce the amount of data that s shown in the pivot table.
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Filtering for Begins With
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Currently, all the districts are visible in the pivot table. You have been asked to create a report that shows only the districts in the north North, Northeast and Northwest so you ll use a label filter to hide the other districts. The names of all the districts in the north begin with North, so you ll filter for that text string: 1. Click the drop-down arrow in the Row Labels heading. 2. In the Select Field drop-down list, choose District.
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CHAPTER 6 SORTING AND FILTERING IN A PIVOT TABLE
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3. Click Label Filters, and then click Begins With (see Figure 6-25).
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Figure 6-25. Label filters for Begins With 4. In the Label Filter dialog box, the drop-down box at the left shows begins with. Where the cursor is flashing, type North (see Figure 6-26), which is the text string you want to filter, and then click OK.
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Figure 6-26. Label Filter dialog box
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Note The filter is not case sensitive, so items that begin with north or NORTH would also be visible after
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the filter is applied.
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In the district labels, only the labels that begin with North are still visible. All other districts are hidden, and the grand totals show the amounts for the filtered districts only. The LeadTech report filter is still applied, so the results are for Michner only. You can see that more than half of the labor hours for Michner in the three northern districts were paid by C.O.D.
CHAPTER 6 SORTING AND FILTERING IN A PIVOT TABLE
The drop-down arrow on the row labels shows a filter icon to indicate that a filter is currently applied to the labels. In the PivotTable Field List pane, a filter icon is visible to the right of the District field.
Filtering for Contains
For your next report, you need to list all the districts that are in the east or west. These districts have the text east or west in their names. When you filtered the district labels to show only the labels that begin with North, you may have noticed the long list of options for filtering. You ll use a different option in your next filter to filter for districts in the east and west. 1. Click the drop-down arrow in the Row Labels heading. 2. In the Select Field drop-down list, choose District. 3. Click Label Filters, and then click Contains. 4. In the Label Filter dialog box, the drop-down box shows contains. Where the cursor is flashing, type e*st (see Figure 6-27). The asterisk is a wildcard that represents any series of characters or no characters. Because you used the * wildcard, the filter will return district names that contain East, because those names have an e and then one character and then st. The filter will also return district names that contain West, because those names have an e and then no character and then st.
Figure 6-27. Label Filter dialog box 5. Click the OK button. All the districts that contain east or west in their names are visible in the pivot table, and the other districts, such as North and Central, are hidden.
Viewing Filter and Sort Information
After applying a filter or sort to the row or column labels, you can quickly view a summary of the current status. You ll view the current filter and sort information: 1. Point to the drop-down arrow in the Row Labels heading.
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