Default Number Formatting on Pivot

eunharanft

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Hi,

Everytime I place data it automatically takes COUNT of data. Then, I change it to SUM and format the numbers with thousands separator with zero decimal. Is there a way so that I can make a default setting so that I don't have to do this repeatedly whenever I create a pivot?

Thanks!
 

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AlohaJulio

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I have run into the same problem as eunharanft, and it is very painful to have to update dozens of items from count to sum.

Any help would be appreciated.
 
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