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Posted by Andrew Gould on 15 December 2016
You can do several useful things with dates in Pivot Tables, including grouping, filtering and applying timelines. This video shows you how to do all those things using VBA.
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|When:||30 Jan 20 at 12:40|
Thanks for the videos.
How would you do a drill down for all transaction by picking a year and month using VBA?
|When:||03 Feb 20 at 10:04|
Perhaps the easiest way to do this is to apply the ShowDetail property to the cell into which you want to drill. The example code below assumes you have a pivot table arranged with years in the Rows area, month names in the column area and anything in the Values area.
Dim DrillYear As String
Dim DrillMonth As String
Dim ws As Worksheet
Dim pt As PivotTable
Dim RowNumber As Long
Dim ColumnNumber As Long
DrillYear = "2004"
DrillMonth = "May"
Set ws = Worksheets("DatePivot")
Set pt = ws.PivotTables("DatePivotTable")
RowNumber = pt.RowRange.Find(DrillYear).Row
ColumnNumber = pt.ColumnRange.Find(DrillMonth).Column
Debug.Print RowNumber, ColumnNumber
ws.Cells(RowNumber, ColumnNumber).ShowDetail = True
You can adjust the DrillYear and DrillMonth values to drill into different cells in the pivot table. I hope that helps!
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