Excel - Remove blank from pivot table

Asked By Kishor Bhalera on 18-Apr-08 06:27 AM
A Pivot Table report has many entries that are blank and will be filled in as
info. becomes available. The problem is the Pivot Table displays the word
an entry line if there's nothing in the field?




ryguy727 replied on 18-Apr-08 10:22 AM
After to build your Pivot Table, click the down arrow that has the data with
the blanks in it, scroll down to the bottom of the list, and uncheck the box
that says (blank).

As an alternative, you can take a look at this:
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/software/aspnet/30546848/count-blanks-in-pivot-tab.aspx



Regards,
Ryan---


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RyGuy
ryguy727 replied on 18-Apr-08 10:25 AM
Wait, there is one more thing you can do if you are using VBA code:
With ActiveSheet.PivotTables("PivotTable1").PivotFields("State")
.PivotItems("(blank)").Visible = False
End With

This is just an example; you would certainly have to modify it for your
specific purposes.

Regards,
Ryan---

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RyGuy
yasho bhushan replied on 15-Oct-08 09:42 AM
Hi



you can remove work 'Blank' from pivot table very easly. Select the column where word blank is coming, go to edit and select replace now in Find write (Blank) and in replace just press tab button two times then ok..... now you can see blank is removed from pivot..