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Watch Excel Video 326 for four ways to tweak what your Pivot Table looks like. We’ll walk through several examples today of some Pivot Table layout choices like adding a blank row after each subtotal, whether or not grand totals are used, and where subtotals are displayed. The report layout options may be especially useful for you in complex Pivot Tables with lots of fields in the row or column areas.
Stay tuned. Next time I’ll show you another way to customize subtotals in a Pivot Table that might really come in handy for you. I look forward to seeing you then.