Sorting within Pivot Tables

I want to sort the pivot table based on totals for each district.

Area          District       Opp Number       Total $

West          Enterprise                                     2
                   Eire                                                 5
South          Ben                                               4  
                     Goal                                               6

So within each area I want to sort it by totals from largest to smallest
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Rgonzo1971Commented:
Hi,

Click on the sum per district ( in your example 2) right-click
Sort / Smallest to Largest

and maybe the same  per area ( for example 7)

Regards
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tomfarrarCommented:
You may want to move the District to the left-most column in your pivot table unless you want a sum for District within Area.  If you don't see the District total then, double click the "District" heading (grey in color normally), and select Auto Sum radio button.  - Tom
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