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    Pivot value as per original data

    Hi

    The Raw data you have will be in different colors / BOLD etc,
    when you convert them to pivot is there a way to keep the data in the same color or font ?
    Not the calculated value....But the rows & columns ?

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    Re: Pivot value as per original data

    when you convert them to pivot is there a way to keep the data in the same color or font ?
    No, not that I am aware of.

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    Re: Pivot value as per original data

    Hi

    If the original data generated on excel....we can BOLD them, in different font or may be in different color.
    when I generate a pivot out of the original data....I want the output in the same font or same color as original data.
    sorry, if I was not clear on my post..

    Mani

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    Re: Pivot value as per original data

    No, your question was clear, perhaps my answer was not.

    As with pretty much all formulas, a Pivot Table will bring back data. Formatting - of any kind - is cosmetic, not data, and as such, will not be brought back with formulas and PT's

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