When viewing a pivot table, I often discover "bugs" in the source data. For instance pivot summary by part name might reveal that part number 1234 has misspellings of the name.
I have often wanted a "jump to source" feature which allows me to correct the source easily.
Solution #1 is to double clicking on the pivot table cell which creates a nice copy of the source rows.
Unfortunately, to fix the incorrect rows, I still have to jump around quite a bit.
Solution #2 I found PTCellFilterExcelDataSource contextures.com which has a Demo that works perfectly - I double click a pivot table cell and I drill down to the source sheet. It is filtered to show only the associated rows.
Unfortunately, PTCellFilterExcelDataSource is pretty complicated, and too much effort for the quick and dirty projects I usually encounter.
So I wonder if Excel 2016 has finally incorporated a simple "jump to pivot source" procedure? If so, I think it is time for me to upgrade.