PivotTable - How to get data in columns and not in rows

sanfred73

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I want to have my data in the data field next to each other, and not below each other. How can I do that?

Example: I have "Average of weight (g)" and "Stdev of weight (g)". The pivottable puts these below each other, I want these in the columns. Is this possible?
 

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Yard

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Hi,

You can drag the data fields to the column area. In Excel 2007 drag the "Values" field in the Field List to the Column area.

In earlier versions, you drag the "Values" field directly in the Pivot Table.
 

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