Adding to an existing Pivot Table


C

chilvers.s

If I have created a pivot table and later add more rows of data to the main
sheet (which the pivot table was created from), is there a way to update the
pivot table (change the range of cells that the pivot table is referring to
so that the pivot table now includes the new rows of data)?
 
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E

Eduardo

Hi,
yes, you have to go to the pivot table, and click in the Change source area,
it will take you to your original selection, then just extend the range
 
C

chilvers.s

where is the change source area?

Eduardo said:
Hi,
yes, you have to go to the pivot table, and click in the Change source area,
it will take you to your original selection, then just extend the range
 
E

Eduardo

Hi,
go to the pivot table, is under options, data, click anywhere in it, at the
too you will see PivotTable tools in palid red, xlick on it, just under it
you will see change data source
 
C

chilvers.s

I am using Excel 2003, where do I go?

Eduardo said:
Hi,
go to the pivot table, is under options, data, click anywhere in it, at the
too you will see PivotTable tools in palid red, xlick on it, just under it
you will see change data source
 
J

Jim Thomlinson

Right click the pivot table and click the Wizard option. Use teh back button
to get to the data source range.
 
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R

Roger Govier

Hi

Since you are using XL2003, first create a List.
Place your cursor within the source data>Data>list>Create lists>click my
data has headers.
Then Data>pivot Tables>finish and create your PT

The List will grow dynamically as you add or delete rows from your
source table,

Alternatively, create a Dynamic range.
Insert>name>Define>
Name myData
Refers to =$A$1:INDEX($1:$65536,COUNT($A:$A),COUNT($1:$1))

On your existing PT>place cursor with PT>right click>PT
Wizard>back>Source =myData>Finish
 

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