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How to Put a "Value Filter" on a "Report Filter" in a Pivot Table

How to Put a "Value Filter" on a "Report Filter" in a Pivot Table

How to Put a "Value Filter" on a "Report Filter" in a Pivot Table

I've got a pivot table, in which I am using an "Ending Date" as a Report Filter. I would like to be able to apply a "Value Filter" to this, but Excel 2010 is not letting me. I understand that I can check off multiple dates, but I have a lot of dates in there. I'd like to see the information after a certain date, etc. without spending quite some time clicking on boxes.

The "Insert Splice" feature would work, if I could figure out a way to select all values from a spot in the list to the last selection within the Splice Tool. Does anybody know if this can be done? I've tried a few things.

Thanks for looking at my post. Any input would be greatly appreciated.



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