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MS Excel 2013 - Adding a new row to data to an existing datasheet and have it display in the pivot table

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My issue:  I am adding a row to the data used by a pivot table and then having it displayed in the pivot table reports.

However, when I add the data as the next row in my Excel datasheet and then refresh the pivot table the data does not appear in the pivot table.

Questions:
How do I increase the existing Pivot table range to include newly added rows of data?
Where do I do this in Excel?
How do I set up a new pivot table to include all rows added to appear in the pivot table?

Any Assistance will be appreciated.

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You can go to "Options" Tab and select "Change Data Source":
Options TabYou will be able to change data range

PS. In Excel 2013 place was changed again (Thanks to MS):
http://www.techonthenet.com/excel/pivottbls/data_source2013.php
http://office.microsoft.com/en-ca/excel-help/change-the-source-data-for-a-pivottable-HA102840036.aspx
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