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I created a pivot table from the following data:

Salesperson   |   Amount   |   Include?
John          |   100      |   Yes
Jane          |   350      |   Yes
Jim           |   200      |   No
Jack          |   150      |   Yes

My Rows is Salesperson, my Values is Sum of Amount and Include is my Filter. I want the filter to only include values where Include is Yes. This is working fine but I do not want the filter to be visible in the report.

Is it possible to hide this?

Report looks like:

Include?    |    Yes (dropdown) (filter row)
------------------------------- (blank row)
Salesperson |    Sum of Sales   (header row)
Data Here...                    (data rows...)

I do not want the filter row or blank row to show up.

Edit I should also mention that I do not want to hide the entire row in Excel because I have data in different columns that I want to show.

  • You can add a slicer for that field and move it to the bottom of the sheet. – Máté Juhász Jan 20 '16 at 14:56
  • If you're only concerned about the printed report, you can format the cells to be white text on a white fill or whatever color the rest of your sheet is. That will hide it when printing but the drop-down will still be visible to someone editing the sheet so it's not perfect. – Engineer Toast Jan 20 '16 at 15:14
  • @EngineerToast I want the row header to be on the first row. Similar reason to why I can't hide the rows. – Dismissile Jan 20 '16 at 16:31
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Create a pivot table place the "include?" field to the column and the salesperson field to the row.

Drag the salesperson to the value and use the count function.

The pivot table will be

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