Run macro when Field is added or removed from body of PT...

Matty

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Hello All,

As the title of my post suggests, I'm interested in understanding whether it's possible for a macro to run whenever a Pivot Table Field is dropped in or taken out of the main body of a Pivot Table.

I am aware of the 'PivotTableUpdate Event', but I believe this only works when a Pivot Table is being refreshed (though I could be wrong).

Can anybody point me in the right direction in terms of how I could go about doing this?

Thanks in advance.

Matty
 

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Matty

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I dislike bumping my own post, but can anyone assist me with this, please?

Any direction offered would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Matty
 

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