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Pivot Filter by cell value in different worksheet

Pivot Filter by cell value in different worksheet

Pivot Filter by cell value in different worksheet

Hello - I'm trying to change the filter in a pivot table depending on a cell value in a different worksheet in the same workbook. The pivot table should update when activating the worksheet "B" with the pivot table. The pivot table contains following data - company code, year, period, account number, account description, amount. So if you change the the company code in worksheet "A" to "ABC" (cell B3) the pivot table "Accounting" would refresh the filter and set the filter "Company Code" to "ABC" in the worksheet "B". Thanks for your help.

RE: Pivot Filter by cell value in different worksheet


This is something that can only be accomplished with a macro, using the Worksheet_Change Event.

It would be best if you repost your question in forum707: VBA Visual Basic for Applications (Microsoft), where VBA (macro) questions are addressed.


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RE: Pivot Filter by cell value in different worksheet

Thank you SkipVought- I will post this question there.

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