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Posted on 2013-06-26
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I have created a pivot table.

I want, where the results are zero for a row , for the pivot table to remove the results from the table.

See the spreadsheet below.

Where the results for "biffa" row 2 - each line in the columnstacey2013accountsamended.xlsx is zero or had no value. - I would want that row omitted from the pivot table (as it clutters up the table)
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1 - on your pivot table find your row with your column titles
2 - select the empty cell at the end of the row
3 - press ctrl,shift and L

this should add an auto filter for you to allow you to filter out the zeros

hope that helps
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by:Mawallace
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Sorry - I tired that and it did not work?

Can you give me an example based on the spreadsheet uploaded!
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SELECT CELL AQ3 AND PRESS CTRL,SHIFT AND L AND THE SAME TIME, OR UNDER THE DATA OPTION SELECT FILTER

THIS WILL ADD FILTERS TO EACH COLUMN HEADER, YOU THEN HAVE TO USE THE FILTERS TO REMOVE THE ZEROS
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