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All articles PIVOT TABLE Here is How You Can Edit a Pivot Table in Excel

Here is How You Can Edit a Pivot Table in Excel

We can edit a PivotTable by removing or adding columns, row, or modify the data when there are new entries. The steps below will walk through the process.

Figure 1- How to Edit a Pivot Table in Excel

Setting up the Data

  • We will use the Pivot Table in figure 2 to illustrate how we can edit a Pivot Table

Figure 2 – Setting up the Data

How to Add a Column to a Pivot Table

  • We will add a new column called Product. This is the product of sales and orders
  • We will click on the Pivot Table
  • We will click “Analyze”, and then, “Change Data Source

 

 

Figure 3- Clicking on Change Data Source

  • We will ensure that the range includes the new data

Figure 4- Change Pivot Table Data Source Dialog box

  • We will click OK. This immediately adds Product to the Pivot Table Fields
  • We will check the Product box in the Pivot Table Fields
  • We can use the same approach when we add rows. However, after adding the rows to the table, we will click on the Pivot Table, right-click, and click Refresh

 

 

Figure 5 – Adding a Column to the Pivot Table

How to Remove a Column from a Pivot Table

  • We can remove a column from a Pivot Table by unmarking the box in the Pivot Table Fields.
  • For instance, if we want to remove the Orders, we will click the box beside Orders to remove the orders column

Figure 6 – Removing a Column from the Pivot Table

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