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By sorting, you can highlight the highest or lowest values, by moving them to the top of the pivot table. To sort a pivot table column: Right-click on a value cell, and click Sort. Then, click Sort Smallest to Largest or Sort Largest to Smallest.
By sorting, you can highlight the highest or lowest values, by moving them to the top of the pivot table. To sort a pivot table column: Right-click on a value cell, and click Sort. Then, click Sort Smallest to Largest or Sort Largest to Smallest.
By sorting, you can highlight the highest or lowest values, by moving them to the top of the pivot table. To sort a pivot table column: Right-click on a value cell, and click Sort. Then, click Sort Smallest to Largest or Sort Largest to Smallest.
In the Pivot Table, click the drop down arrow in the OrderDate field heading. In the pop-up menu, click Value Filters, then click Top 10. In the Top 10 Filter dialog box, change the number of Items to 5. Click OK, to close the Top 10 Filter dialog box, and apply the Value Filter.
Go to Row Label filter > Value Filters > Greater Than. In the Value Filter dialog box: Select the values you want to use for filtering. In this case, it is the Sum of Sales (if you have more items in the values area, the drop down would show all of it). Select the condition. Click OK.
Open the excel file you want to sort and place your cursor in the top cell of the column you want to sort. From the Home ribbon, click the Sort and Filter button and select Custom Sort from the menu.
Select the data set (click any cell in the data set and press [Ctrl]+[Shift]+8). Click the Insert tab. Click PivotTable in the Tables group, and click OK. Drag the Category field to the Row Labels list. Drag the Units On Order field to the Values list.
In the PivotTable, click any field in the column that contains the items that you want to sort. On the Data tab, under Sort & Filter, click the arrow next to Sort, and then click the sort order that you want. Note: You can also quickly sort data in ascending or descending order by clicking A to Z or Z to A.
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