How to make data source for pivot table always be the activesheet?

Bee Cee

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  1. MacOS
I have a file that is updated daily (each new day is a different tab) on which I've created a pivot table to summarize the data on that particular sheet. I would like to always designate the data location to be the active sheet, since nothing changes. Can anyone help me understand how to do this? Thank you!
 

Bee Cee

New Member
Joined
Jan 14, 2021
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Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. MacOS
Thank you for sticking with this! It works, though I think the issue is that I'm on a Mac. I previously had a Dell and Excel is much friendlier in Windows. Thank you again for your input!
 

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