troubleshooting Question

Change label names using Message Box

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Frank FreeseFlag for United States of America asked on
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Folks,
Hoping all are virus free and remains so.
This question is regard PivotTables.
Below you see the results of a Pivot query:
Changing label names
Is there a way using VBA that one can have labels automatically changed. For example, if I elect to show by rows, County, PivotTable returns Row Labels. If I am interest in the total sales, PitvotTable returns SumofSales. In the above example I manually changed the name in the Formula bar.

My objective would be to have a message box appear that would allow me to change a label if I choose.
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