Pivot Tables - Custom Format

Dan The Man

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Joined
Apr 3, 2006
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I am trying to format a pivot table to a my own specification.

I have disabled autoformating and enabled the option to keep the users format. However, for some reason it decides to apply some of my shading and boarders but not all - that is, after i refresh the pivot table.

It is hard to describe my problem but some rows keep their format while others that should behave the same don't.

Does anyone have an idea what is going on, because i don't.
 

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mrhartley

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Joined
Mar 8, 2005
Messages
564
Hi,

There is a tick box for preserve formatting, have you tried this?

Right click PT - Table Options.

Otherwise, sorry I have no more ideas.
Regards
~Mark
 

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