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How do I add expense A in Table 1 + an expense with the same name in Table 2 within the pivot table?
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JP
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You cannot do that.  You can, however, add a column in Pivot table source 1, which sums expense in both data sources, then update the pivot table with the expanded range, etc.

If you need assistance, I can elaborate further.

Dave
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Good idea.
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JP
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