How to hide grand total in an Excel pivot table?
Generally speaking, the Grand Total row will be added at the bottom of a pivot table automatically in Excel, and the Grand Total column will be added automatically if you specify the column labels as below screenshot shown. But some users may not need the grand total row/column at all. This article will show you an easy solution to hide the grand total row/column in an Excel pivot table.
You can follow below steps to easily hide the grand total row or grand total column in the specified pivot table in Excel.
Please select any cell in the pivot table to activate the PivotTable Tools, and then click Design > Grand Totals > Off for Rows and Columns. See screenshot:
Now both of grand total row and grand total column are hidden at once. See screenshot:
(1) Clicking Design > Grand Totals > On for Rows only will hide only the grand total row but remain the grand total column. See screenshot:
(2) Clicking Design > Grand Totals > On for Columns only will hide only the grand total column, but remain the grand total row. See screenshot:
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