Don't miss how easy it can be to get the detail behind your pivot tables in Excel. Simply by double-clicking on any value returned by a pivot table you can get list of the rows from the data range that the pivot table analyzes, which were used to calculate that value. A new worksheet will be created with the relevant rows. So in the below example, the pivot table lists the career home run totals for baseball players, based on a worksheet listing annual statistics for each player. When we click on the number of home runs, 755, for Hank Aaron . . .
. . . a new worksheet is generated listing Aaron's statistics for each year of his career.