Excel Pivot Chart X Axis Dates As Text Display As Month And Year

goss

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Hi All,

Using Excel 2016.

My Pivot Table has Row Field of Dates As Text in the Format 01/04/2017 etc...
I created a Combo Pivot Chart with Area and Line. So far so good.

Now I am trying to figure out how I can display X-Axis so that only shows MM Char(10) YY
I tried a variety of option in the data source, but then consolidates the data in the Row Field.

I also tried leaving the date as a number, but the Pivot Table would not display the individual dates, just Year, Quarter. Month. Even after I removed Year and Quarter, it would only give me months - thus dates as text.

Any other ideas?

thx
w
 

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