Screen Updating = True End Sub Latest versions of Excel has a new tool called Slicers. Screen Updating = True End Sub Sub Filter Pivot Table() Application.
Developing a macro is communicating with Excel and to do so you need to use a language called Visual Basic for Applications (VBA).
In section 2 you will learn all the VBA vocabulary that is essential to work with business data (accounting, sales, production and others).
Same for the IVUDDCIndicator (its a column in my data but in the row label of the pivot table).
Near the end of the code, the "Ward Clinic_Category" is a column of my data and in the column label of the pivot table. End(xl Down)) 'Creates Pivot Cache and Pivot Table: Worksheets("Raw_Data").
Orientation = xl Column Field Then Dim i As Long On Error Resume Next ' Needed to avoid getting errors when manipulating fields that were deleted from the data source.
Screen Updating = True End Sub I get something along the lines of Sub Filter Pivot Table() With Active Sheet. Current Page (there have been reports of bugs while looping through numerous filter options). Add xl Caption Equals, Value1:= "K123223" Sub Filter Pivot Table() Application. Using slicers in VBA is actually more reliable that . Screen Updating = False search Name="Value1" For Each sl Item In . Name dim pvt as Pivot Table dim pvt Field as Pivot Field set pvt = Active Sheet. Here is a simple example of how you can select a slicer item (remember to deselect all the non-relevant slicer values): Sub Step_Thru_Slicer Items2() Dim sl Item As Slicer Item Dim i As Long Dim search Name as string Application. Visible = False End With End Sub But I want all except K010 to become invisible The macro recorder ignores my select/deselect all clicks Sub Filter Pivot Field(Field As Pivot Field, Value) Application.