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Modify Slicer panel

Posted on 2014-10-07
Last Modified: 2014-10-23
how to show back the slicer panel such that I can modify the items inside  in Excel ?
Question by:AXISHK
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Not sure exactly what you mean, but does this help:
Click the “Slicer” button within the “Filters” button group on the “Insert” tab within the Ribbon to open the “Insert Slicer” dialog box.
Source: www.teachucomp.com/insert-slicers-delete-slicers-excel-2013/
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