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Add rows below pivot tables

Posted on 2013-05-15
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I need a macro that would loop through all worksheets and if there is a pivot table or tables on the sheet that the last cell in the pivot table is touching another cell with information in it then the macro would insert 10 rows below the pivot table.

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Montrof
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by:Rory Archibald
ID: 39168561
Try this:
Sub PivotExpander()
    Dim ws As Worksheet
    Dim pt As PivotTable
    Dim rNext As Range
    For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets
        For Each pt In ws.PivotTables
            With pt.TableRange1
                If Application.CountA(.Offset(.Rows.Count).Resize(1)) Then .Offset(.Rows.Count).Resize(10).EntireRow.Insert
            End With
        Next pt
    Next ws
End Sub

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by:montrof
ID: 39168575
That is great one last question is there a way to group that data and then close the group.

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montrof
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by:montrof
ID: 39168583
Sorry I think I need to be a little clearer.  I want to group the new rows and the pivot into one group and then close the group.
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Rory Archibald earned 2000 total points
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Try this:
Sub PivotExpander()
    Dim ws As Worksheet
    Dim pt As PivotTable
    Dim rNext As Range
    For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets
        For Each pt In ws.PivotTables
            With pt.TableRange1
                If Application.CountA(.Offset(.Rows.Count).Resize(1)) Then
                    .Offset(.Rows.Count).Resize(10).EntireRow.Insert
                    With pt.TableRange2
                        .Offset(-1).Resize(.Rows.Count + 11).EntireRow.Group
                        ws.Outline.ShowLevels 1
                    End With
                End If
            End With
        Next pt
    Next ws
End Sub

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depending on existing groupings and whether you have pivot tables next to each other horizontally, this may not work!
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by:montrof
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Always amazed at the level of help.  Thank you so much

Montrof
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by:montrof
ID: 39169164
Sorry one more question it seems like it is not adding the rows below a lot of the pivots.  I want it to add them for any pivot and maybe I miss stated that previously.  I would appreciate your help if you can.
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by:montrof
ID: 39169258
One more thing if there is not 10 blank rows below the pivot table add them otherwise do nothing
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by:Rory Archibald
ID: 39169447
The code only adds rows if there is data in the row immediately below the pivot since that is what you asked for.  :)
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by:montrof
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IS there a way I could change it to look for 10 blank rows and if not add them?  If needed I can open another question.  

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Montrof
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I figured it out thanks for the help, have a good night.

Montrof
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