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Excel 2010 pivot table formatting not preserved after update

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    Excel 2010 pivot table formatting not preserved after update

    I have looked all over for a solution to this. I have a quantity - thick/dia - width - length fields used as row labels, I would like each cell to have a border, after each update I get negative results to preserve the cell border formatting. Col b,c,d,e continually lose their cell border formatting after updating the data.
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    Re: Excel 2010 pivot table formatting not preserved after update


    I agree & have found this really annoying & unfortunately I'm not aware of how to keep the formatting in a pivot.
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