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How to hide blank rows in PivotTable in Excel?

As we know, pivot table is convenient for us to analyze the data in Excel, but sometimes, there are some blank contents appearing in the rows as below screenshot show. Now I will tell you how to hide these blank rows in pivot table in Excel.


Hide blank rows in pivot table

arrow blue right bubble Hide blank rows in pivot table

To hide blank rows in pivot table, you just need to filter the row labels.

1. Click at the arrow beside the Row Labels in the pivot table.


2. Then a list appears, click the box below Select field and select the field you need to hide its blank rows, and uncheck (blank). See screenshot:


3. Click OK. Now the blank rows are hidden.


Tip: If you want to show the blank rows again, you just need to go back to the list and check the (blank) check box.

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    Stephen · 1 years ago
    It is important to note that this is [b]not[/b] a solution for pivot tables linked to changing data. When you de-select any entry, even (blank), the list is fixed to the number of items checked, and if updating the data brings in more items, the pivot table will [b]not[/b] include them.
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      Herman · 7 months ago
      Hi Stephen,

      Im looking for a work around for this where the data is actually changing. Do you know of a possible solution?
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        Guest1 · 22 days ago
        Any luck? I've been trying to find the same work around.