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Lets look at some ways we can refresh all, or chosen Pivot Tables.

The code below here can be called (Run) via the Worksheet_Activate Event.

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It would be nice if a pivot table automatically updated, whenever its source data changes, but unfortunately, that doesn’t happen.

Quick Tip: It’s a good practice to convert the data source into an Excel Table, and use this Excel Table to create the Pivot Table.

If you do this, you can also use the refresh technique to update the Pivot Table even when new data (rows/columns) are added to the data source (since an Excel Table automatically accounts for new rows/columns that are added).

Once you have created a Pivot Table, it doesn’t automatically refreshes when you add new data or change the existing data.

To do this: Note that if you change the data source into an Excel Table and then use the Excel table to create the Pivot Table, you don’t need to use the change data source option.You need to force a refresh every time there are changes.Once you force a refresh, the Pivot Cache gets updated, which is reflected in the Pivot Table.In the screen shot below, In Excel 2007 and later versions, you can format your list as a Named Table, and use that as the dynamic source for your Pivot Table.There are detailed instructions here: Excel Tables -- Creating an Excel Table.

To do this: Note that if you change the data source into an Excel Table and then use the Excel table to create the Pivot Table, you don’t need to use the change data source option.You need to force a refresh every time there are changes.Once you force a refresh, the Pivot Cache gets updated, which is reflected in the Pivot Table.In the screen shot below, In Excel 2007 and later versions, you can format your list as a Named Table, and use that as the dynamic source for your Pivot Table.There are detailed instructions here: Excel Tables -- Creating an Excel Table.To get to the Private Module of any Worksheet right click on the sheet name tab and choose View Code. Send payment proof to [email protected] 31 days after purchase date.