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Excel 2016 PivotTable Start_Time field shows as Duration - Why?

Excel 2016 PivotTable Start_Time field shows as Duration - Why?

Excel 2016 PivotTable Start_Time field shows as Duration - Why?

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I've been doing this type of PivotTable for several years without problem but recently upgraded to Office 2016 and Windows 10 and I can't figure out why my Excel 2016 Data (defined as a Table) changes the Start_Time field (formatted as Time > 1:30 PM in the Table) is shown as if if were Duration Time in the PivotTable, and a PivotTable Field called Hours is automatically created. How can I fix this?

My Data Table looks like:



My PivotTable looks like:



and if I try to reformat the Start_Time column or cells, it already shows Time > 1:30 PM as the format.

My PivotTable Fields look like:



Where does the Hours field come from?

RE: Excel 2016 PivotTable Start_Time field shows as Duration - Why?

Excel tries to be intelligent: automatically splits date/time into components and groups it. Right-click the field and ungroup, you can group later using intervals you need.

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RE: Excel 2016 PivotTable Start_Time field shows as Duration - Why?

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