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    Hi, I am trying to utilize a pivot table to sum up retroactive payments due to employees. This is taking place for about 2 months back and so obviously you will see multiple line items per employee. I want to just be able to copy and send the pivot table data up to the team that handles the payments, but they need 3 required fields: Employee name, Employee Unique 7 digit ID number, and the amount owed to them. Currently, what I am finding is that the table is adding up all occurrences of the employee's ID number. I want it to just display what that person's unique ID is.

    So in the end I am looking for it to display data among 3 columns as such:

    Smith, John 1629617 $375.17


    It is displaying as:

    Smith, John 34221957 $375.17

    It almost has it correct except for the fact that it is summing it up. I played around and I couldn't find a way to eliminate this without it ultimately NOT having it displayed how I want ti displayed above in bold. How might I do this?

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    Where you can select to display the sum of the value, select to display the Minimum value.

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    Thank you for that. I will be using pivot tables going forward so it will help to know that.

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