Multi-level Pivot Table

 

Multiple Row Fields | Multiple Value Fields | Multiple Report Filter Fields

It's perfectly ok to drag more than one field to an area in a pivot table. We will look at an example of multiple row fields, multiple value fields and multiple report filter fields.

Remember, our data set consists of 213 records and 6 fields. Order ID, Product, Category, Amount, Date and Country.

Pivot Table Data in Excel

Multiple Row Fields

First, insert a pivot table. Next, drag the following fields to the different areas.

1. Category field and Country field to the Rows area.

2. Amount field to the Values area.

PivotTable Fields Pane

Below you can find the multi-level pivot table.

Multiple Row Fields

Multiple Value Fields

First, insert a pivot table. Next, drag the following fields to the different areas.

1. Country field to the Rows area.

2. Amount field to the Values area (2x).

PivotTable Fields Pane

Note: if you drag the Amount field to the Values area for the second time, Excel also populates the Columns area.

Pivot table:

Multiple Value Fields

3. Next, click any cell inside the Sum of Amount2 column.

4. Right click and click on Value Field Settings.

Value Field Settings

5. Enter Percentage for Custom Name.

6. On the Show Values As tab, select % of Grand Total.

Show Values As

7. Click OK.

Result:

% of Grand Total

Multiple Report Filter Fields

First, insert a pivot table. Next, drag the following fields to the different areas.

1. Order ID to the Rows area.

2. Amount field to the Values area.

3. Country field and Product field to the Filters area.

PivotTable Fields Pane

4. Next, select United Kingdom from the first filter drop-down and Broccoli from the second filter drop-down.

The pivot table shows all the 'Broccoli' orders to the United Kingdom.

Multiple Report Filter Fields

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