PowerPoint with linked Excel PivotTable - not dynamically sizing

I have a PowerPoint that uses linked Excel PivotTables.   The problem I'm having is that the PivotTables have a variable number of rows.  If I insert/Link a table with 10 rows, the PowerPoint will only display the first 10 rows when the linked Excel data changes and now has 20 rows.   If I insert/link the 20 row table then PowerPoint displays the blank rows when the data changes to a table with less than 20 rows.
  I have not been able to suppress the cell borders on the empty rows or using the maximum table size would work (see attached image).  
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Ed_CLPAuthor Commented:
Increased to the 500 Max points - no solutions?
Ed_CLPAuthor Commented:
I figured it out - just turn off the 'View gridlines' option on the Worksheet.

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Ed_CLPAuthor Commented:
No answers were submitted before I solved the problem.
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