Tracing the source data of a pivot table

andrewsutton

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I have forgotton which data my Pivot Table comes from. How can I find out?

(At least, I deleted the data that I thought the table was linked to, but when I Refresh the pivot table, everything stays the same.)

Thanks!

Andrew
 

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KenWright

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Right click on table, choose wizard and hit back a couple of times.
 

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