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Copy pivot table data

Discussion in 'VBA Macros' started by sms2luv, Aug 13, 2017.

  1. sms2luv

    sms2luv Member

    I have a pivot table, which is sometimes long and sometimes short depending on the data.
    I do not want to show the users that its a pivot table.
    I heard that we have use Cell references.
    I created a new table with My heading like Emp Id, Name... With custom formating of rows and columns.
    For Example if pivot table Row Lables starts from A3 to F40.
    I can use =A3, =A4 and so on...
    There are 2 issues in this.
    Now if the user checks the formula he will come to know that its taken as a reference.
    If the pivot table is short let's say from A3 to F13, all other cells will look untidy, whats the solution for this
  2. sms2luv

    sms2luv Member

    How to use paste Cell References.

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