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How to sum several pivot table values instantly

Posted on 2016-10-26
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Dear experts,

Please advise what is the easiest way to sum instantly a pivot table with several columns in value field.

Thank you.
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Yamaafg earned 500 total points
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Hi,

One way to do it is using VBA.

Try below vba:

Public Sub PivotFieldsToSum()
 
Dim ptf As PivotField
With Selection.PivotTable
.ManualUpdate = True
For Each ptf In .DataFields
With ptf
.Function = xlSum
.NumberFormat = "#,##0"
End With
Next ptf
.ManualUpdate = False
End With
End Sub
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by:Leonardo M
ID: 41859881
Thank you, worked perfect!
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