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In Excel 2003 I was able to combine more than 10 tables' data in one pivot table through "Multiple Consolidation Range". I cannot find the option in Excel 2007. Any ideas?

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Asking for an answer to your question in your question is redundant. – mindless.panda Apr 18 '11 at 13:48

I believe you can press Alt+D and then P, which will open the PivotTable Wizard as per previous versions of Word.

From there you can use the Multiple Consolidation options you require.

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