getpivotdata with multiple grand totals

I have a pivot table with 4 items being totaled. There is 1 sum, and 4 averages being calculated in the pivot.
How do I use a getpivotdata formula to specify only the sum? I guess, since I have multiple totals, the Getpivotdata isn't working for me...as if it doesn't know which to supply me.
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Jerry PaladinoCommented:
In the cell location where you want the result to be...   press the equal sign and then click on the SUM TOTAL on the pivot table.   This will generate the GetPivotData formula for that sum.
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omg. Thank you! You're beautiful!
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