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You can go to Analyze on the Pivot tables tool and under actions you will find the magic wand. Regarding Anne's solution: I do not get a tiny black arrow when I hover on the column title.
Just in a general Excel sheet I find it a great inconvenience when I 'Replace All' I have to go back and re-italicize where necessary. Of course, maybe you're just adjusting the spelling of a label that some bureaucracy won't let you fix in the source, but again, you or your organization may have a bigger problem than Excel. I always check the two boxes needed to keep the formatting and the column widths. This did not work for conditional formatting for me.
This tip (8731) applies to Microsoft Excel 2007, 2010, and 2013.
You can find a version of this tip for the older menu interface of Excel here: Maintaining Formatting when Refreshing Pivot Tables.
The conditional formatting works until the data is updated for new month.
When I look at the info in the conditional formatting rule for that table (or any of them that I have) the original data range of $L:$Q then changes to $L:$L;$Q:$Q.
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He is president of Sharon Parq Associates, a computer and publishing services company. Solve Real Business Problems Master business modeling and analysis techniques with Excel and transform data into bottom-line results.I'm cautious, because years ago I innocently helped a likable guy modify data; it turned out that he was hiding risk. I also know to format the columns, you do it from the table itself with the little black arrow instead of the Excel column letters on top... I was told this is an Excel glitch that has happened for years. Hello, I am drawing numbers from another excel sheet and they appear in the pivot but not in order. However, this doesn't appear to work on Data Labels in a Pivot Chart. I wanted every other row to be shaded gray, and when I would click on the little or – to expand or collapse the information the shading would go away.I thought that maybe every time they come up with a new version, they would fix these issues but I guess they didnt. I have checked formatting for both and ensured they are the same but there are five numbers that will not sort in order? I'm using Excel 2010 and to suppress zero values on the Pivot Chart data labels, I've formatted them to #,###;;; When I check the preserve formatting box in the source pivot table and then refresh the table, the formatting disappears. One thing I noticed is the shading will go away on the values part but not on the rows part. What does work and thank you to my brother, change all the formats you want including column widths. (I normally leave first column visible) Before refreshing the Pivot, collapse the columns, after pivot refresh expand thecolumns and you will find all column widths and formats have remained the same and the data has refreshed (UIDUIW) On Excel 2007 I have much better luck when I set the formatting before adding any pivot table filters.To get it to stay you must conditional format each part of the pivot table separately, one conditional rule for the rows section (the labels on the left) and one for the values section (on the right). I am confused as I do not have an option tab in Excel 2013, so I can go no further than this step.4. My actual problem is, when I refresh the data, my "Row Labels" disappear. If you are still having issues after these tips try removing all filters - set the formatting and check the box to preserve - then add the filters back at the end. In summary, it looks like there are two things to do to get Excel to keep number formats in a Pivot Table: First, right-click in the Pivot Table and in Pivot Table Options select "Preserve cell formatting on update." Second, click on the field name cell in the top row of the table (NOT on the Excel column header).For those who dont find that black pointer while moving over pivot. Hover over the top edge of the cell until you can click the black arrow, then right-click and choose "Number format." Format as needed. In summary, it looks like there are two things to do to get Excel to keep number formats in a Pivot Table: First, right-click in the Pivot Table and in Pivot Table Options select "Preserve cell formatting on update." Second, hover over the top of the field name cell in the first row of the table (NOT on the Excel column header) until you can click the black arrow, then right-click and choose "Number format." Format as needed.If the refresh results in new rows being added to the Pivot Table, then you will still need to format those, unless you are using an Auto Format.