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Displaying underlying Pivottable data

PivotTables are great for summarizing data. But have you ever wondered about the underlying data? Let’s say you want to know the underlying data for the Beverages category for the Ft. Lauderdale restaurant location - $28,667.61, listed in the screen shot below. Simply double-click on $28,667.61 and Excel will open a new sheet with the underlying data for that total. After reviewing the data, remember to delete the new detail worksheet.


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