pivot table limit

njbeancounter

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Is there a limit to the array size that can be used for a pivot table? I have an imported file containing about 20 coulumns and 57000 rows. Even though I include the entire table in the pivot table wizard, all of my data is not appearing on the pivot table. Any ideas? (other than using access)
 

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Hi

There's no fixed maximum on the number of records (if from an external datasource that is) so 57,000 shouldn't be a disaster. However, one limitation is that PTs can only display 32,500 unique items in either row, column or page fields, so if you have a field of unique IDs which might have >32,500 IDs in it, you may not get all the data displayed.

Richard
 
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