From where is the Pivot pulling information?

Kylor

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I know very little (almost nothing) about Pivot tables and we have a 2000 workbook that has a field that has a list of values that people want to know where this list exists. Is there a quick answer to this?
 

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TommyGun

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I don't know if this will answer the question of "where" it exists (since pivottables can have a variety of sources), but try double-clicking on the total for that field and see if it will pull up the detail.
 

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