CHAPTER 9Printing and ExtractingPivot Table Data

One of the strengths of pivot tables is the capability to change the layout and analyze data from different perspectives. Sometimes, though, you want a static picture from the pivot table and need to print the data. For the most part, pivot tables print the same as other data on a worksheet, but you can apply a few special settings to a pivot table. Some printing issues, such as printing a copy of the pivot table for each item in the Report Filter field, can be solved by programming, and examples are given in Chapter 11.

After you create a pivot table, you may want to extract some of the summarized data for use in other parts of the workbook. The GetPivotData worksheet function can be used for ...

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