In a recent project I needed the range of the Grand Totals in any pivottable in Excel. Unfortunately the PivotTable object has no property for this. Solutions I found on the Internet were for specific cases. So I developed a generic solution that I want to share with you.[Read more…] about The Grand Totals range of a pivottable in Excel
Excel’s default drill-through for pivottables connected to a datamodel or Power BI dataset is often not very helpful. The add-in PowerDrill for Excel replaces Excel’s drill-through and gives you full control over the drill details.[Read more…] about Replace drill-through for Power Pivot and Power BI pivottables in Excel
If possible I always use pivottables to create reports in Excel. Pivottables need well formed, normalized data tables as source, which are usually not suitable for data entry. In this post I describe two techniques to bridge the gap between userfriendly and pivotfriendly data structures.
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The way a datasource connects to a PivotTable depends on the datasource. In this post an overview of the six connection models that you can create by means of Excel’s userinterface. [Read more…] about Pivottable data connection models