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Discussion in 'VBA Macros' started by Veeru106, Jun 19, 2017 at 7:52 PM.

  1. Veeru106

    Veeru106 Member

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    Hi,

    Can we have code where we can refresh Pivot data and also change Month to current in Pivot itself.
    E.g; if previously my pivot belongs to 03/2017 after pasting new data I want my pivot to refresh and change month to 04/2017 as well.

    Thanks in advance
  2. Chihiro

    Chihiro Well-Known Member

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    Please upload sample that accurately reflects your data set (while sanitizing data). Also, specify if your PivotTable is based on Exel Table, Range or OLAP based.

    Code will significantly change based on it.
  3. Veeru106

    Veeru106 Member

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    File attached....I am using excel table..

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  4. Veeru106

    Veeru106 Member

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    HI,

    Any update on the above
  5. SirJB7

    SirJB7 Excel R┼Źnin

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    Hi, Veeru106!

    Had you made an appointment for a less than 24hs response? Please be patient, I recommend you to read this, if you haven't done it yet, which seems you haven't...
    http://chandoo.org/forum/threads/new-users-please-read.294/

    Where you may find this:
    "
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    If that's not suitable for you, of course that you can always hire a consultant and agree with him the terms of the response time.

    Personally the comments to bump up non answered threads move me farther away from reading them again. But this is not a general rule, it just happens to me.

    Regards!

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