When the information in your data source gets updated or changed, you need to Refresh your Pivot Table to see those changes in your Pivot Table.

How about if you have multiple Pivot Tables from the same data source in the same workbook? Or;

Pivot Tables that are created from two different data sources in the same workbook?

In these scenarios, you can simply select Data > Refresh All and all your Pivot Tables will be updated automatically!

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STEP 1: Change the information in your data set.

Refresh All Pivot Tables

 

STEP 2: This is our Pivot Table. Take note of the cell that we expect to be updated:

Refresh All Pivot Tables

Go to Data > Refresh All

Refresh All Pivot Tables

 

The Pivot Table values are now updated with just one click!

Refresh All Pivot Tables

Refresh All Pivot Tables

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