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Excel 2007 - Pivot Table Cash issue

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Hello,

I have Excel 2007 sheet with 20+ tabs, each tab has Pivot Table.
I have one tab with the source data. There is also some VBA code, mainly for modifications of sheets and automation (macros).
I copied entire workbook, renamed it and using it for different project.
Same number of pivots and one source data tab - just different data will be used.
I've noticed that my new .xlsm file is now 45 MB! Huge!
I know that this is cashing issue.
How to fix it?
Thanks!
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Go to Pivot Table Options (This is on the Pivot table Analyse tab on the ribbon on my Excel 2013 - can't remember exactly if it's the same on 2007), then on the Data tab, uncheck 'Save source data with file'. This should clear your cache.
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