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# Learn How to Create a Dynamic Pivot Table in Excel

We can create a dynamic Pivot Table in Excel by copying and pasting a new set of data directly below the data table. Afterward, we will refresh the Pivot Table to include the new data. This is better than the OFFSET function used in earlier Excel versions. The steps below will walk through the process. Figure 1- How to Create a Dynamic Pivot Table in Excel

## Setting up the Data

• We will use the created Pivot Table in figure 2 to make a Dynamic range Pivot Table Figure 2 – Setting up the Data

## Creation of a Dynamic Pivot Table

• We will add two more dates and sales amount to the data table
• We will do this by clicking Cell A21 and paste the data Figure 3- Dara added to Row 21 and Row 22

• We will right-click on any part of the Pivot table and select refresh Figure 4- Prompt to replace the current Pivot Table

• We will click Yes Figure 5- Created Dynamic Pivot Table

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