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Pivot Tables do not just aggregate data, but also offer a lot of filtering options. One of these is filtering based on a column of text. I will show you quickly the different options of the filter by labels – text and it is very straightforward to use!

 

Exercise Workbook:

download excel workbookFilter-by-Labels-Text.xlsx


This is our current Pivot Table setup. We will be filtering the Sales Month text values.

Filter by Labels - Text

 

Example 1: Ends with

STEP 1: Click on the Row Label filter button in the Pivot Table.

Filter by Labels - Text

STEP 2: Select Label Filters.

You will see that we have a lot of filtering options. Let us try out – Ends With

Filter by Labels - Text

STEP 3: Type in ber to get the months ending in ber. You can see that the Label Filter will be applied to the SALES MONTH.

Click OK

Filter by Labels - Text

Now we have the filtering applied in a flash!

Filter by Labels - Text

Similarly, we can use the “Does not End with” option to filter all months that do not end with ber.

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Filter by Labels - Text

The filtered data will look like this:

Filter by Labels - Text

 

 

Example 2: Begins with

STEP 1: Click on the Row Label filter button in the Pivot Table.

Filter by Labels - Text

STEP 2: Select Label Filters.

You will see that we have a lot of filtering options. Let us try out – Begins With

Filter by Labels - Text

STEP 3: Type in J to get the months starting with J. You can see that the Label Filter will be applied to the SALES MONTH.

Click OK

Filter by Labels - Text

This is what the filtered Pivot Table will look like:

Filter by Labels - Text

 

Similarly, we can use the “Does not Begin with” option to filter all months that do not begin with J.

Filter by Labels - Text

The filtered data will look like this:

Filter by Labels - Text

 

You can also use Pivot Table to filter Top/Bottom items by value or percentage, etc, filter greater than or less than values, etc. Click here to learn all about Pivot Tables.

 

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Filter by Labels - Text | MyExcelOnline
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