format pivot table columns?

bradyguy

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How can you visually format a column with multiple values in a pivot table? Say you have month in the column section, and three values in the value section: budget, actuals, variance; I want to visually seperate each month's set of data.

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Brady
 

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Smitty

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Welcome to the Board!

If you have Excel 2007+ you can use Pivot Table Styles (several of which will separate columns with different shades). You can also choose Banded Columns.

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