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I can't add a slicer to connect my Pivot Charts. Help!

Discussion in 'Ask an Excel Question' started by rcmlb, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. rcmlb

    rcmlb New Member

    I have 10 pivot tables, each with a chart. I copied all ten charts in one dashboard but when I tried to add a slicer, I only can with one chart and still it showed NO CONNECTIONS AVAILABLE.

    FYI: I'm using 2016 Excel & I already tried saving it as a new file .xlsx but it still won't work..

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  2. bobhc

    bobhc Excel Ninja

    Try This
    1. Create two pivot tables off the same source data.
    2. Create two pivot charts based on the two pivot tables.
    3. Move (not cut and paste, although that is possible, too) the charts to another worksheet.
    4. In that sheet, select one chart.
    5. Click the chart, then the "Analyze" ribbon > Insert Slicer.
    6. Select the slicer field.
    7. Click the second chart.
    8. Click the "Analyze" ribbon > Insert Slicer > Slicer connections
    9. Tick the box next to the field that shows in the dialog (which is the field from the first slicer)
    10. Now both charts are connected to the same slicer.
  3. p45cal

    p45cal Well-Known Member

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