Pivot Table Text instead of Numbers in Values

lpw0806

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Hello

Is it possible to get a text instead of a # in the Values section of a pivot table? I have Power Pivot installed because I read that it can help. However I have never used it before and am having a hard time figuring out how to create a pivot table with the data I uploaded (a power pivot)

Thanks
Liz
 

lpw0806

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Thank you so much for the help!

Is that a VBA code? I am trying to understand what a "Measure" is an how to use it

Thanks
Liz
 

RoryA

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No, it's the Power Pivot equivalent of a Calculated Field in a normal pivot table.
 

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