I am trying to find a way to count the total number of pivot fields in a pivot table so I can remove ghost pivot items that are no longer in the pivot table data. My code for this subroutine is as follows;
Sub RemoveGhostPivotItems() Dim ghost As PivotItem Dim pt As PivotTable Set pt = ActiveSheet.PivotTables(1) pt.ManualUpdate = True For Count = 1 To 10 On Error Resume Next For Each ghost In pt.PivotFields(Count).PivotItems ghost.Delete Next ghost Next Count pt.ManualUpdate = False End Sub
My code makes an assumption that I have 10 Pivot Fields or less. It would be nice to actually know the number of Pivot Fields so my "For Count" Loop would be more efficient. In otherwords;..............
I have a pivot table in the first sheet which includes the field "Date" as a column label.
In the remaining sheets, except for one, there are pivot tables based on the same underlying dataset which also include the field "Date" as a column label.
I would like to adjust the selection (i.e., exclude some dates) from the column label in the first sheet and see if it is possible to make the same adjustments automatically to the pivot tables in the remaining sheets as well.
note that the field "Date" is used as a Column label, i.e., it is not a Report filter.
I have created a pivot table from a spreadsheet that had around 27 rows for each employee (i.e: each paycheck the employee received). The pivot table turned out great, but I need to know how to make it count how many employees are in each department and show it in the table.
the attachment is a sample spreadsheet of what i am trying to do. I would like to create a pivot table so that for each site I can list all of the organic suites individually. Then show a count of only 1 for each site, even when there are several counts for each site. And then for this to be related to a cost of each of the suites so that I can get a total cost for each site.
organic suites suite cost o1 x o2 y o3 z Total A etc
The pivot table has only two columns, the first is the identification number and the second is the count of the identification number. I am trying to get a count of the number of identification numbers, not how many times it was entered in the spreadsheet (some numbers are entered more than once on different days). It currently looks like:
Column A Column B 00000001 1 00000002 1 00000003 2 00000004 1 00000005 3 Grand Total 8
I'm trying to arrive at 5 for the answer, so that each number is only counted once even if used more than once.
I am trying to calculate a ratio for Hours per Ticket by month. I have a pivot table that COUNTS tickets and SUMS hours per month. I was hoping to create a calculated field to the jist of COUNT(Tickets) / SUM(Hours), but this does not work because calculated fields aggregate data.... I was hoping to keep it all in a pivot table so that I can still use slicers.
I started a pivot table for our budget and on the left side I have the account names and about 4 columns of applicable account codes to which I turn on and off when needed. On the right side I have all the budget numbers divided by quarter and halfs. On the right side, I can drop any list of numbers and it does the sum but for some reason, when I drop my 4th quarter numbers, it gives me a count and not sum. How do I change it to sum?
Second problem: I have grand totals number going down the columns meaning I have a sum of all my 1st Quarter numbers but I do not have them going across each line on row. How do I add that?
Third problem: I forgot a list of account codes to be put on the left, how can I add it?
I have a worksheet with a list of employees and the workgroup they belong to, along with other data like manager, start dates, etc. Recently a couple of the workgroups were duplicated (change in managers), so these employees are showing up on two rows even though the workgroup has the same name. The only differences in the two rows are the workgroup effective start and end dates. I need to be able to count, in a pivot table, the number of unique employee/workgroup combinations there are per workgroup. I can add columns to the sheet, but it's a dynamic set of data that will grow each time it's refreshed...
I can not get my Pivot Chart to count, sort and categorized my data. I have included a sample file for your viewing. I basically want the data in cells C2:E18 counted, sorted and totaled by categories and locale. I thought the pivot charting was simple, but I'm having quite a challenge with this one. The pivot chart data should reflect as my sample indicates in cells E24:K27
I'm trying to create a pivot table that will count how many employees have completed a Learning Plan. This task becomes complex (for me) because each learning plan has multiple Courses, each Course has a status of "Completed" or "Incomplete". A Learning Plan would only be considered "Completed" if all the courses within that Learning Plan were completed. In doing some research, it looks like I'll need to create another column of data, that shows per employee, per Learning Plan, if the entire Learning Plan has been completed, but I'm not sure of the best way to go about this. Please find SampleData attached.
There is pivot table for some reason the last column (YEAccts), which sums all the other columns values is exluding the 1st column for some reason. This "YEAccts" shows up fine in the pivot table "field list". And I followed the source for this and it's a table in a different tab that pulls data from an access query connection.
The name of the column that is summing up the rest of the columns is "YEAccts", but for the life of me I can't seem to find where this column is in the source table tab or even in the access query where the data is being pulled from.
How to find this "YEAccts" column? Also, why would it exclude not summing up the data in the first column?
QC'ers can enter up to 3 different error types committed on a single failed policy, thus the reason for 3 error fields, even though all 3 fields offer the same value list selections (ie ErrorTypeA, ErrorTypeB, ErrorTypeC......). A policy, whether it has one error or three errors assigned, should only count as a single fail against the associate.
My problem comes into play when attempting to pivot the data. I would ideally like to see the pivot table in this format:
(filter)Associate (filter)QC Date ... ErrorTypeA.......Count ErrorTypeB.......Count ErrorTypeC.......Count ErrorTypeD.......Count
Where the "count" is the total number of occurances of that error type across all three error fields - 1stError, 2ndError, 3rdError.
But since 1st/2nd/3rd error fields are different columns, I am unable to do a single count.
My pivot ends up looking something like this:
1stError.....ErrorTypeA.......Count 1stError.....ErrorTypeB.......Count 1stError.....ErrorTypeC.......Count 1stError.....ErrorTypeD.......Count Then repeated for the 2ndError and 3rdError fields.
I have attached an example of what i am trying to do. I can work out how to calculate unique entries by putting in a formula under a pivot table, but is it possible to select an option in the pivot table settting which will give this result?
I have a simple pivot table that is types by state. I want to know how many types are in each state. In the attached image the answer for Alaska is 5, for Arizona 5, for Arkansas 1, etc. How do I get Excel to tell me that for each state?
I'm using Excel 2010. I have PowerPivot installed but really don't know how to use it yet.
I have data that has a customer name and the month that they were taken care of" (of course not spaces
Customer Month Smith January Smith January Mark January Suzy January Smith February Mark February
I want a pivot table to say:
Month #customers January 3 February 2
but when I do the count it adds the total number of customer names and gives (it is counting smith twice in January
Month #customers January 4 February 2
I was reading something about doing the count (so it shows 4) and then doing an index within the count but I keep just getting 1 as the value (for both months).
I tried doing a formula in the document that said =IF(ISERROR(MATCH(A2,$A$1:A15,0)),1,0). basically looking to see if the name is above the location I am looking at and if it is to put a 0 if not put 1 and then do a sum of that column....trouble is that when a customer has orders on more than one month, the second month is coming up with a 0 instead of a 1 (and this happens quite often).
I am not sure what to do. if the customer shows up in more than one month I want them to count towards the unique count of both january and february...we look at each month separately.
I've recorded a macro that clears a worksheet, fetches data from an Access Table and then creates a new pivot table. The Pivot Table Fields are summarized by "sum" and this worked the first few cycles for the macro. Now it is returning the Pivot Table Fields summarized by "count". Can an option be inserted into the existing code to specify "sum"? Here is the