Excel 2010 - Display only subtotals in a pivot table

I have an excel pivot table that has subtotals
Subtotal is at the top

Label                   Count of upd_Apps   Sum of upd_Apps
upd_Apps             5                                       499
App1                      1                                        53
App2                      1                                        14
App3                      1                                        80
App4                      1                                       297
App5                      1                                         55
Label                   Count of upd_Apps1   Sum of upd_Apps1
upd_Apps_1                          3                                 565
WINAPP1                          1                                 45
WINAPP10                         1                                131
WINAPP11                          1                                389

Is there a way to hide the detail e.g. App1 or WINAPP1, and display just the subtotal lines?
If not, I will use sumif and countif functions instead of the pivot table.

Thanks
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ShumsExcel & VBA ExpertCommented:
Hi,

  1. Right Click on Every Group in Pivot Table
  2. Click Expand/Collapse
  3. Select Collapse
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