Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

Pivot Table allows you to filter by values that make the top or bottom based on a specific sum. For example, you get the top records that account for 1,000,000 of the total sales. Let us see this in action!

 

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This is our current Pivot Table setup. We will be filtering the Top Channel Partners that account for 1,000,000 of total sales.

Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

 

Example 1: Filter by Values – Top

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

Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

STEP 2: Select Value Filters.

You will see that we have a lot of filtering options. Let us try out – Top 10

Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

STEP 3: Since, you want the list of Top channel partners that makes 1,000,000 of total sales – select the Top in the first field.

Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

STEP 4: In the second field, mention the value that the top channel partners should account for – type 1000000.

Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

STEP 5: In the third field, select Sum.

Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

STEP 6: The fourth field, lists all the values mentioned in the values area of the Pivot Table.

Select sum of values.

Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

Now you have the top channel partners that when combined, will give you at least 1,000,000 for the sum of sales.

Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

 

Example 2: Filter by Values – Bottom

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

Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

STEP 2: Select Value Filters and Top 10.

Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

STEP 3: Select the Bottom in the first field, 1,000,000 in the second field, and Sum in the third field.

Select Sum of SALES in the fourth field and click OK.

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Now you have the bottom channel partners that when combined, will give you at least 1,000,000 for the sum of sales.

Filter by Values - Top or Bottom Sum | MyExcelOnline

Following the steps mentioned above, you can easily filter the Pivot Table by values and list the Top or Bottom items based on the sum of values. You can also use Pivot Table to filter Top/Bottom items by Percentage, filter items based on Value, etc.

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