Excel - pivot table - change count of x to count of y without removing field

Please offer if there is a way in excel to have a value field - originally as count of x, and change to count of y, without removing the field?

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regmigrantCommented:
Its not entirely clear what you mean but assuming by 'field' you mean 'cell' click on the cell in the data and press f2 and you change the b to c by modifying the formula then refresh the pivot table

if you mean change which column is counted in the results of the pivot table then add column c to the 'values' section of the table and remove the column b count, or leave it there to count both

if you post an example and explain more clearly what you need then we may be able to help
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