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Keeping duplicate data row in an Excel 2010 pivot

Posted on 2016-08-30
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Hi:

 My pivot is removing duplicate data row. Is there a way to preserve this?

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please see the screenshot. click anywhere in the pivot table then click on the contextual tab of "Design" then click on the "Report Layout " then click on the "Repeat All Item Labels"

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you are welcome.
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