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Pivot table in Excel 2010 displaying dates by individual days, but need to be month/period

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I am using Excel 2010.

I have a pivot table that displays the dates as individual days, but I need for it to display them as months or periods...how do I do this?
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Right click on the date column in the PT and select Group... then you can select the periods, etc..
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Quick response and was the perfect solution to my problem!

Thanks :)
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