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3. On the Design contextual tab, in the Layout group, click Subtotals, and then click
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Do Not Show Subtotals. Excel removes the subtotal rows from the PivotTable.
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4. On the Design contextual tab, in the Layout group, click Grand Totals, and then
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click On for columns only. Excel removes the cells that calculate each row s grand total.
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5. On the Quick Access Toolbar, click the Undo button.
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Excel reverses the last change.
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6. Right-click any data cell in the PivotTable, point to Summarize Values By, and then
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click Average. Excel changes the Value field summary operation.
7. On the Quick Access Toolbar, click the Undo button.
Excel reverses the last change.
8. Right-click any data cell in the PivotTable, and then click Value Field Settings.
The Value Field Settings dialog box opens.
9. Click the Show Values As tab.
The Show Values As page appears.
10. In the Show Values As list, click % of Row Total. 11. Click OK.
Excel changes how it calculates the values in the PivotTable.
Editing PivotTables
12. On the Quick Access Toolbar, click the Undo button.
Excel reverses the last change.
13. On the Design tab, in the Layout group, click Subtotals, and then click Show All
Subtotals at Bottom of Group. Excel displays subtotals in the workbook.
14. Click the Package Summary sheet tab.
The Package Summary worksheet appears.
15. In cell C4, type =, but do not press Enter. 16. Click the PivotTable sheet tab.
The PivotTable worksheet appears.
17. Click cell K32, and then press Enter.
Excel creates the formula =GETPIVOTDATA( Volume ,PivotTable!$A$3, Year ,2010) in cell C4.
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CLEAN UP Save the Focusing workbook, and then close it.
Formatting PivotTables
PivotTables are the ideal tools for summarizing and examining large data tables, even those containing more than 10,000 or even 100,000 rows. Even though PivotTables often end up as compact summaries, you should do everything you can to make your data more comprehensible. One way to improve your data s readability is to apply a number format to the PivotTable Values field. To apply a number format to a field, right-click any cell in the field, and then click Number Format to display the Format Cells dialog box. Select or define the format you want to apply, and then click OK to enact the change.
See Also For more information on selecting and defining cell formats by using the Format Cells dialog box, see Formatting Cells in 4, Changing Workbook Appearance.
Analysts often use PivotTables to summarize and examine organizational data with an eye to making important decisions about the company. For example, chief operating officer Lori Penor might examine monthly package volumes handled by Consolidated Messenger and notice that there s a surge in package volume during the winter months in the United States.
Formatting PivotTables
Excel extends the capabilities of your PivotTables by enabling you to apply a conditional format to the PivotTable cells. What s more, you can select whether to apply the conditional format to every cell in the Values area, to every cell at the same level as the selected cell (that is, a regular data cell, a subtotal cell, or a grand total cell) or to every cell that contains or draws its values from the selected cell s field (such as the Volume field in the previous example). To apply a conditional format to a PivotTable field, click a cell in the Values area. On the Home tab, in the Styles group, click Conditional Formatting, and then create the desired conditional format. After you do, Excel displays a Formatting Options action button, which offers three options for applying the conditional format:
Selected Cells Applies the conditional format to the selected cells only All Cells Showing Sum of field_name Values Applies the conditional format to every
cell in the data area, regardless of whether the cell is in the data area, a subtotal row or column, or a grand total row or column
All Cells Showing Sum of field_name Values for Fields Applies the conditional
format to every cell at the same level (for example, data cell, subtotal, or grand total) as the selected cells
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See Also For more information on creating conditional formats, see Changing the Appearance of Data Based on Its Value in 4, Changing Workbook Appearance.
In Excel, you can take full advantage of the Microsoft Office system enhanced formatting capabilities to apply existing formats to your PivotTables. Just as you can create Excel table formats, you can also create your own PivotTable formats to match your organization s desired color scheme. To apply a PivotTable style, click any cell in the PivotTable and then, on the Design contextual tab, in the PivotTable Styles group, click the gallery item representing the style you want to apply. If you want to create your own PivotTable style, click the More button in the PivotTable Styles gallery (in the lower-right corner of the gallery), and then click New PivotTable Style to display the New PivotTable Quick Style dialog box.
Type a name for the style in the Name field, click the first table element you want to customize, and then click Format. Use the controls in the Format Cells dialog box to change the element s appearance. After you click OK to close the Format Cells dialog box, the New PivotTable Quick Style dialog box Preview pane displays the style s appearance. If you want Excel to use the style by default, select the Set As Default PivotTable Quick Style For This Document check box. After you finish creating your formats, click OK to close the New PivotTable Quick Style dialog box and save your style.
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