Subtotals in Pivot Tables


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Fred Smith

I have a pivot table with two row fields. Excel does a nice job of formatting
the table automatically, but it includes a total line when the first field
changes value. I don't want this subtotal line. Is there any way to get rid of
it?

XL XP on Windows XP
 
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Debra Dalgleish

Right-click on the outer field button
Choose Field Settings
For Subtotals, choose None
Click OK
 
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Fred Smith

Thanks so much, Debra. It's simple when you know how. At least I learned a lot
about Table Options, because I went through all of them before posting my query.
 
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Debra Dalgleish

Well, that sounds like a good thing!

Fred said:
Thanks so much, Debra. It's simple when you know how. At least I learned a lot
about Table Options, because I went through all of them before posting my query.
 

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