In this article, we will learn How to Show/Hide Grand totals in Pivot Table Excel.
In Excel, We can opt to show or hide Grand total values in excel. For example when using a pivot table based on different categories and didn't require to view the subtotals or Grand total values. Sometimes we don't require these values and these subtotal rows and grand total rows can be removed using the method explained below.
Hide subtotals in Pivot table Excel
Select a cell in the PivotTable, Go to design and select Subtotal Options -> Select Do Not Show Subtotals
You can also customize the pivot table using the two options mentioned below.
Hide Grand totals in Excel
Select a cell in the PivotTable, Go to design and select Grand Totals Options -> Off for Rows and Columns.
You can also customize on or off Grand totals in the pivot table using the options mentioned below.
All of these might be confusing to understand. Let's understand how to use the function using an example. Here we follow some steps which will guide where to find the Grand totals show/hide option in the PIvot table.
First of all Create a pivot table. Select Data > Insert tab > Pivot table (new workbook).
Now on the Pivot table sheet. Select any cell from the pivot table which will pop two new pivottable tabs (Analyze and Design).
Now Go to the Pivottable tools > Design tab as shown below.
As you can see in the above snapshot Pivot Subtotals and Grand totals option on the left side. Now go to the Grand total option and Select the option which says Off for Rows and Columns.
Via clicking this option all the Grand totals rows and columns get removed from the Pivot table. But you still have subtotal rows in the pivot table. To remove these subtotal rows or columns, we will follow some of the same steps as above.
Now on the Pivot table sheet. Select any cell from the pivot table and Go to the Design tab. Now go to the Subtotals option and Select the option which says Do Not Show Subtotals as shown below.
Selecting the option will get removed all Subtotals row and Columns removed.
Here are all the observational notes using the formula in Excel
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