I have data in a pivot table that has some positive and negative values. At the end of the Pivot Table, it sums the values for each month and then a grand total.
I would like to also have it show the summation of all negative values per month. So it would be:Jan Total
Jan Negative Total
Feb Negative Total
Grand Negative Total
Is it possible to add such functionality?
I want to get a subtotal of columns B C and D in a pivot table. I have tried to add a calculated item to a pivot table to add columns B C and D. When I try adding a calcuted item I am getting an additional column inserted after columns B C and D. Each additional column has the previous column duplicated. I want a subtotal of column B C and D. I don't want to use the grand total function because I also have columns E through H that I don't want in the subtotal.
How can I get the columns B C and D subtotaled within the pivot table?
I have a pivot Table with region & product wise as shown in the enclosed file. While calculating % of each item in region it is referring to grand total or total of column. Is there any way how to get this % calculated in regard of subtotal region.
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?
Ive attached a spreadsheet showing what im trying to achieve. basically i have a scheduling objective, in which only a few slots (AA, BB, CC) are available. so the starting availability is fixed. for this example assume the starting values are 6,7, and 8 respectively. as 'bookings' are entered, im using the value of -1 against A, B, or C respectively, to indicate that AA, BB, or CC should be decreased by 1 unit of availability.
im trying to incorporate the subtraction within a pivot table. as you can see i am way off. the hypothetical formula logic that im trying to implement within the PivotTable would look something like this:
for A,B or C, sum all (-1) values for each instance of Date and Stage... this will give total bookings
add this total value to the starting values of AA, BB, CC respectively to get the new availability
I've two columns in an excel sheet... In column A, I have years & in column B, I've amounts... Now I have made pivot table for the same to have an exact picture of this table... Now, I need a formula applying on pivot table that may identify the amounts in specific years great that 50,000 then great that 50,001 to 100,000 then 100,001 to 150,000....
We are using a file containing a pivot table in the 2007 version of Excel. Every time the file is saved under a new name for a new month, the pivot table becomes a table of values only (in other words it is no longer a pivot table!) The pivot links to an Access query (the 2007 version of Access). What is causing this?
I Am trying to create a pivot table. I have attached a sample of what i want. I have same kind of data for different dates. I would like for one field to list out seperately under each date and one field to sum up for the entire week( Total paid hrs). How do i go about doing this... is there a work around?
I have a pivot table that summarises data from a timesheet. The summary looks something like the following and shows the number of 15 minutes intervals spent on a range of categories and jobs:
How can I have this pivot table display the number of minutes instead of the number of intervals (i.e. it needs to take the value displayed currently and multiple it by 15). I'm sure there must be some simple way to achieve this but can't figure it out (I don't want to use vba).
I was wondering if it were at all possible to add multiple columns to the values portion of a pivot table at once, instead of individually dragging. When you click on them, it auto-sends them to Row Labels, which I don't want. I have a bunch of colums I want to add to Values and don't want to waste a bunch of time dragging them individually.
Our Finance office created a spreadsheet with pivot tables. Attached is the file. In the Presentation tab, using the filters, values will be changed. Once changed, they want a way to reset the filters to their original settings. They, and I, are having no luck with this.
In Excel 2007, is it possible to copy & paste a pivot table, and have the result look like a pivot table, but not actually be a pivot table? I want to keep the values and the formatting (the colors and borders, etc) but I want it to not actually be linked to the data or have the ability to change with dropdowns, etc. I've tried the usual copy & paste special (values) thing, and the other otions in the paste special box, but it doesn't keep the formatting.
I have data in an Excel spread sheet that contains rainfall amounts that are to 2 decimal places. However, when ever I put the data into a pivot table they display as 1. I have reformatted the data in the base table, and tried to format the pivot table, all to no avail. There must be a way.
I'm trying to copy a certain cell range from a particular row of a pivot table to another sheet, in a loop but I do not successfully do the paste. There's no error, just no data gets pasted.
In my code currently i have:
Code: Set Report = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Report") Set Pivot = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Pivot").PivotTables(1) dim size = Pivot.TableRange2.Rows.Count for i =2 to size -1 Set currentRow = Pivot.TableRange2.Rows(i) currentRow.Range(currentRow.Cells(1, 2), currentRow.Cells(1, 7)).Copy Sheets("Report").Activate ActiveSheet.Range("C" & 4 + i & ":H" & 4+ i).Select Selection.Paste next
Now, what does work if i select and paste the whole pivot row, but i don't want this. I've tried also with just referencing the Pivot table cells but also pasted nothing.