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VBA to Filter a PivotField

VBA to Filter a PivotField

VBA to Filter a PivotField

(OP)
Hi, I have a PivotField(RD) which currently has 58 AlphaNumric values but I need only to filter the ones that start ‘AB’ which this week is 9 instances

The total list of RD will vary each week, and new records starting ‘AB’ can appear.

Is there a way Within VBA to Filter like this?

I recorded a macro but that just lists each code that I don’t want which is no good for next week when the data may have more new non AB codes

RE: VBA to Filter a PivotField

Basing on the recorded code, you can loop through pivot items:

CODE -->

With ActiveSheet.PivotTables("YourPivotTableName").PivotFields("RD")
    For Each Pi In .PivotItems
        if Not Pi.Value like "AB*" Then Pi.Visible = False
    Next Pi
End With 

combo

RE: VBA to Filter a PivotField

(OP)
Thanks combo, works like dream

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