How to enable show details in PivotTable in Excel?
If you have created a pivot table based on a data table in Excel, but by accident, you lost the entire source data table, now how can you find back the source data table? Now I will tell you a trick to quickly get the source data table of the pivot table in Excel.
If you want to find back the source data table, you can use the Enable show details function in pivot table.
1. Right click at any cell in the pivot table, and select PivotTable Options from the context menu. See screenshot:
2. In the popped out dialog, click Data tab and then check Enable show details option. See screenshot:
3. Click OK to close the dialog. And then go to the cell in the right corner of the Grand Total row in the pivot table. See screenshot:
4. Double click the bottom-right corner cell, then you will see its source data table shown in a new worksheet.
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