Remove Sum of in Pivot Table Headings

When you’re building a pivot table, if you add fields to the Values area, Excel automatically adds “Sum of” or “Count of” to the start of the field name. You can manually remove that text, or use macros to quickly change the headings. There is one macro example here, and more on my Contextures website.

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Multiple Dependent Drop Downs

With dependent drop downs, select an item from one Excel drop down list, and the next drop down only show the related items. For example, choose Canada in column C, and only see Canadian provinces in column D’s drop down. Now, go beyond those basics – see how to create multiple dependent drop downs – Region, Country, Area and City.

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Excel Mileage Lookup With Total Distance

If you’re planning a vacation trip, Excel can help. It’s a great place to keep your packing lists, and you can track your vacation spending too (if you really want to know the total!). I’ve just uploaded a new sample file that will show how far you’ll travel. Select cities, and formulas do a mileage lookup, with total distance from start to end.

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