Excel Pivot Table and Chart - Inserting slicer for multiple display options

HI Experts

Hope you can help

I have some data converted into a pivot table in Excel that contains some multiple criteria  in terms of quantity, number of cartons per shipment and number of purchase orders that equates to these values.

At present, I set up a simple pivot chart for quantities and would like to insert a slicer that would allow me to choose between showing the quantity, number of cartons or number of purchase orders on the chart itself.

Ive tried altering the order of fields and even though the table contains the relative data, I cannot seem to get it to allow me to select the multiple options from one slicer  - only separate ones.

If you could give me some ideas of how I can do this I would be very grateful – I have attached the sheet

Thanks
J
Forecast_V2.xlsx
Jase AlexanderCompliance ManagerAsked:
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ShumsDistinguished Expert - 2017Commented:
Will attached help?
Jase_Alexandar_Forecast_V2.xlsx
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Jase AlexanderCompliance ManagerAuthor Commented:
Hey There

Thank you for the repsonse

I dont believe its an issue with the table although this is really helpful

The issue i have is when I create a pivot chart from this data, its really messy.

The only way I could display the chart / graph in a readble way was to only include the date, quantity and reference fields but I would ideally like to have a filter that I could use to choose between showing either the cartons or number of PO;s instead of the quantities on the graph.

The only way i could do this is by inserting separate slicers - one for quantities, one for cartons and one for purchase orders.

Can you do this from one slicer?
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ShumsDistinguished Expert - 2017Commented:
Instead of having both in one chart, rather create a separate pivot chart. please check in attached...
Jase_Alexandar_Forecast_V3.xlsx
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abbas abdullaCommented:
Hi,
Please check the attached file PvtWithHelper sheet.
Forecast_V4_PvtWithHelper.xlsx
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Jase AlexanderCompliance ManagerAuthor Commented:
HI Abbas

Thank you so much for this

This perfect

Would you be able to show me how you did this ? I would definitely like to mirror this option in other reports I have planned

Many Thanks
J
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