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Excel 2010 Pivot table

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I want to show my values vertically instead of horizontally in the pivot table.
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Move the column field to the row field, as in the attached screencast

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It doesnt show up exactly like that for me - it may be because I didnt say i was using olap cube.  Your answer may be right though - I moved a tag named values from the column label area  to the row labels area.   However I have a bunch of values in my values area. It was this tag that wasnt clear to me. Thank you.

I dont think your solution would work If you had more than one value.
I am giving it to you anyway because I am not sure.

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Roryr's solution is exactly correct.
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