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I have a table with postal codes and dates.
Is it possible to have a chart for each postal code? One for postal code 6003, etc?
Or do I have to create 4 pivot tables?

Thanks for your help

MassimoscreenshotPostalCode.xlsx
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You will need 4 pivot tables.   Even if you moved the postal codes to a PAGE(Report Filter) field and duplicated the charts, the selected PAGE value would update all four charts the same.
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OK I understand, I applied this technique to my project and it works very well.
Thanks for your help.
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