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The code below, stored on the Order Dates sheet's module, can undo the report filter change, if (All) is selected or if multiple items are selected in the filter. The macro also shows a message warning -- "Please select a single date." When you select an item from a report filter's drop-down list, the Pivot Table Update event is triggered. Undo Msg Box "Please select a single date." End If Next pf End If exit_Handler: Set pf = Nothing Application. Screen Updating = True End Sub When you click the drop down arrow on a Report Filter, you can select one or more items to view in the pivot table.
You can't remove the (All) option from the report filter's drop-down list, but you can use a macro to prevent users from selecting that option. Number = 0 Then Exit For End If Next i End Sub '=============================================== Sub Pivot Page Down() Dim int PI As Integer Dim i As Integer Dim pt As Pivot Table Dim pf As Pivot Field Dim str PI As String Dim pi As Pivot Item Set pt = Active Sheet. Private Sub Worksheet_Pivot Table Update(By Val Target As Pivot Table) Dim pf As Pivot Field On Error Go To exit_Handler Application. Copy the following macro code, and paste it into a regular code module in the workbook. Name int PI = 1 'get the current item number For Each pi In pf. Name = str PI Then Exit For End If int PI = int PI 1 Next pi i = 1 'show the next visible item For i = int PI 1 To pf. There are two macros in the code -- Pivot Page Up and Pivot Page Down. To use this macro, copy the code below, and paste it onto the pivot table's worksheet code module. To use this technique, follow these steps to add a Spin Button on the pivot table worksheet. This code is also available in the Block (All) sample file that you can download. NOTE: This will only change the first Report Filter, if there are multiple Report Filter fields. Name = "(All)" Then int PI = 0 Exit For End If If pi. Important read this : The code on this page is only working when you use Outlook as your mail program. With Late Binding as I used in the macro examples you not have this problem.
Copy the code in a Standard module of your workbook, if you just started with VBA see this page.
In some pivot tables, you might want to prevent people from selecting the "(All)" option in a Report Filter. To add this code to your workbook, copy the code below, and paste it onto your pivot table's worksheet code module. The new sheet is named for the Sales Rep, with a "PT_" prefix. The zipped file is in xlsm format, and contains macros.
Use this macro to stop them from choosing that option. If necessary, change the field names in the code, to match the field names in your pivot table. Current Page) _ LCase(mv Pivot Qtr) Then Application. Then, in the pivot table on the new sheet, that sales rep's name is selected in the Report Filter. To test the code, enable macros when you open the file. Sort Report Filters -- Download the Sort All Report Filter Fields sample file.
Current Page = "(All)" Exit For End If Next i End Sub This macro prevents the pivot table data from disappearing, when the Report Filter selections are changed. This technique could be used for other types of related filters, such as Category and Product, or Region and City. Current Page Go To exit Handler End If If LCase(pf M. Current Page = "Qtr3" Case "Oct", "Nov", "Dec" pf Q. That makes the sheets easy to locate and delete later. The zipped file is in xlsm format, and contains macros.
Current Page = "Qtr2" Case "Jul", "Aug", "Sep" pf Q. This macro automates that command, and adds a prefix to each sheet's name. The code is also available in the Sort Report Filters sample file Dim ws As Worksheet Dim pt As Pivot Table Dim pf As Pivot Field Dim l PF As Long Dim l Count As Long Dim l Pos As Long Set ws = Active Sheet Set pt = ws. Change Related Filter -- Download the Change Filters in Same Pivot Table sample file, which contains the pivot table and VBA code.
Otherwise, all the values might temporarily disappear from the pivot table, if the selected quarter did not match the selected month. The "Rep" field is in the pivot table's Report Filter area. In the workbook, to see the code, right-click the pivot table's sheet tab, and click View Code.