I'm using pivot table and i want to erase the blank cell that come out with pivot table and replace it with number 0 or -, how can i do that ? i've be try to do this by go to the table option and in the empty cells check list i've put 0 or - but the pivot table still come out "blank".
On my data tab I've got a column for "review date." Some of those cells are blank. When you go to the pivot table, the respective cell for that blank.review date cell displays the date 1/29/14. There is no data in the cell on the data tab, so why would it be displaying 1/29/14? I want it to either say "blank" or just be blank. It does this for every review date cell that is blank.
I've got a database view that holds data for over a year, i use a - 2 day rule to show net data, for example todays date is the 31th 5 2007 if i show data up untill today it will be gross data, so i use the -2day rile to show the net data, the way i do this is in a pivot table i hide the last 2 date.
I have a DTS package the refreshed the Pivot table but i'd like also to have a macro or maybe vba script to ide the 2 last days this will have to happen every day so for to day it will hide the 30th and 29 tomorrow it will show the 29th and hide the 30 & 31th. I still need to have the data for the 30th & 31 in the drilldown as some people work with the gross data so i can't just make the change inthe database i wish it was that easy. At the moment i go in to the pivot table and Highligh the last 2 days. i'd like a way of doing this automically.
One problem I am however having is with a spreadsheet similar to this example found on another site. On the pivot table sheet. The link is http://www.kan.org/tips/files/sumproduct_advanced1.xls
The problem Im having is, for a particular number that is column D I want to hide what is column A. For example for every number "0" that is found in column D, I want to hide its heading in column A along with the rest of the numbers that are in column D that are associated with the heading as well.
with the data in the attached sheet, I create several different pivot tables that need show the count of the information in the columns M:DU. My issue is that the data is sent to me from a third party and the columns contain zeros that cause the counts to inflate.
What I would like to be able to do is run a macro that will search out any zeros in M:DU and replace them with a blank cell.
Unfortunately the number of rows increases with every monthly reporting cycle so the macro would need to be able to accommodate for that.
I have a report that has percentage of row totals that just displays as 100% for the grand total column. I want to hide that percentage of row column. I've attached the excel file below to see the pivot tables.
I copied and modified the pivottable code from http://www.ozgrid.com/VBA/hide-pivot-fields.htm. I am getting a "Run time 13" error on the line I colored purple. I tried removing different "Dim" statements to make it work and I'm having no luck.
Sub PickUpPivotTable() Dim pt As PivotTable, pi As PivotItem Dim lType As Long, lHarn As Long Dim strCri As String, strCri1 As String, strCri2 As String Dim bHide As Boolean Dim xlCalc As XlCalculation Set pt = Worksheets("Monthly Pivot Summary").PivotTables("MonthlyPivotSummary") strCri = "P/U" For Each pi In pt.PivotFields("Type").PivotItems lType = pi..........................
Im using the following VBA code, but the on error resume does nothing, excel throws out the error 1004 "Unable to get the pivotfields property of the pivottable class" (i know why the error is caused and how to fix it but my error trapping wont work). Is there some option which i have turned off which prevents me from trapping errors?
Dim ws As Worksheet Set ws = Excel.Sheets("Sheet1") On Error Goto err: If ws. Range("IV1").Value = "dog" Then ws.PivotTables("PivotTable1").PivotFields("Price Euros").Orientation = xlHidden Else ws.PivotTables("PivotTable1").PivotFields("Price Dollars").Orientation = xlHidden End If
I have a pivot table the has a listing of potential customers and I have included meeting dates in this table. The problem that I have is that the Grand total adds up all the dates and I have a total that doesn't make sense.
I want to hide the total for the 'Date Meeting Setup' column and keep it for the others. Can this be done??
I'm just stuck on a final thing......I would like the pivot table to collapse based on the outcome of a formula. For instance I've got a project that has A, B, C, D as component parts, these parts all have a percentage work completed. If let's say A is a 100% complete I would like to automatically collapse A, so it will just show the summary for A. Obviously this can be done by hand, but since there is quite a lot of data I would like to automate the proces.
I work at a trading firm and use pivot tables to report on the success of traders on a daily basis. I add daily trading data to a raw data table that powers a set of reports. In one report I want to view MTD stats for a filtered group of 10 traders. The issue is that if I add a set of daily data that includes a new trader name, it will automatically be pre-checked and added to this report (and this happens daily). The only solution I came up with is to add another column in the raw data table that would allow me to group these traders and then use a page filter to include only them. This will work but I'd rather avoid adding columns to an already unruly data table (and would like flexibility to periodically define and track an arbitrary set of traders).
I want to write a VBA code, so I can apply dates criterias to my pivot table. Say, I have 1-Dec-2007 in "C2" and 10-Dec-2007 in "C3". Now I want my pivot table to show me the dates between those two dates and the data that goes along with it. I have written this code, but it keep debugging:
Application. ScreenUpdating = False
Sheets("PnL").PivotTables("PivotTable3").PivotFields("Date") _ .PivotItems("01/01/1950").Visible = True 'to always have 1 populated
How do I make sure that my pivot table has no blank cells?
For instance if I have a store with more then 1 barcode of sales against it it will give me the store once at the top left cell of the first column and then the list of barcodes in the column next to it.
I want the store name to appear next to each barcode. Pivot tables make vlookups a pain in the arse to do and I'm sick of having to get around that by copying the pivot table into a blank sheet as values then using the autofilter to filter the blanks and use an ='theabovecell' formula to fill the blanks for all of the columns one by one.
The below code is working for >200702 and removes all years/months prior to this entered value. Unfortunately the code does not work when a user enters <200706, instead the code goes through to the “NonValidCriteria” prompt.
Sub HideByCriteriaYYYYMM() 'Declare variables 'SEE: [url] 'SEE: [url] Dim pt As PivotTable, pi As PivotItem Dim lMonth As Long Dim strCri As String, strCri1 As String, strCri2 As String Dim bHide As Boolean Dim xlCalc As XlCalculation
I have a pivot table with 3 levels of titles in the Row Labels - Grouping, SubGrouping and Name. In many cases there is a Grouping but no SubGrouping and always there is data in the "Name" category. I am trying to eliminate the Subtotal for the blank SubGroupings but when I try to filter out the blanks it no longer shows me any Groupings where a SubGrouping doesn't exist.
I have a pivot table that compares year-on-year sales data for accounts. If an account didn't have sales for the earlier year, the custom calculation errors #DIV/0! which I can show as at the account level. Problem is at the subtotal levels, I also get the error when I should be getting a value for the group. The error for the one account is affecting my subtotal.
Is there a way I can Show Empty Cells as a VALUE instead of TEXT of say... 0.001 so I can eliminate the error messages?
why it is counting every blank cell as 1. I have tried to copy my data as paste as special value and run pivot again but I get the same result. For you visual consideration, I've attached a sample spreadsheet.
how to create a pivot table that does not skip through blank data cells. I have a pivot table with data for several dates, but not every date has a data point. I would want the pivot table to show all the dates with the blanks, rather than skip through the days with no data.