Is there a way for the selections in a Pivot table filter to pull from a list rather than manually choosing them?

Is there a way for the selections in a Pivot table filter to pull from a list, rather than having to manually click each one?

As an example, I have a sample attached which has the data in the "Master Table" and the list of items I would like to filter titled "Filter Selections".  In my Pivot table I have manually clicked my selections in the filter, however, could these somehow instead pull from the Filter Selections list automatically?
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See attached possible solution.  There is apparently more to this than what the example showed as it would be just as difficult to type in the items to filter on as to click the boxes in the Pivot Table.  My opinion anyway....  Good luck.  - Tom

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Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:

What you are looking for can be done by a macro code to change values of pivot table basis of data entered.. Let me know if you are open to that.. ? In additional you want the macro to run automatically when you enter the value or you want to click the button to run the macro??

daisypetals313Author Commented:
Thank you, this is a great and simple way to address my problem.  The actual file that I will be using this for has many items I need to select from as opposed to the sample which I was using for demonstrative purposes only, so know for sure that your solution is really saving me a lot of time.  Thanks again!
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