When you create a Pivot Table that has multiple fields in the Row Labels, Excel will automatically add a Subtotal to the top of the Group.

What about if you want to change the Subtotals to show at the bottom of the Group or take the Subtotals out all together?

Well you have that flexibility when you are dealing with Subtotals, here is how:

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STEP 1: Enter at least two Fields in the Row Labels

ROW LABELS

STEP 2: Click in your Pivot Table and go to PivotTable Tools > Design > Subtotals

STEP 3: You can choose either of the three options:

DO NOT SHOW SUBTOTALS

DO NOT SHOW SUBTOTALS PIVOT

SHOW SUBTOTALS AT BOTTOM OF GROUP

SHOW SUBTOTALS AT BOTTOM OF GROUP PIVOT

SHOW ALL SUBTOTALS AT TO OF GROUP

SHOW ALL SUBTOTALS AT TOP OF GROUP PIVOT

Insert Subtotals

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