Styles in Tables and PivotTables and Grand Total Calculation - Excel

Posted on:  08/13/2023
Styles in Tables and PivotTables  and Grand Total Calculation - Excel

When you create a Table or PivotTable in Excel, you can work with Styles. There are three style groups - Light, Medium, and Dark. Within each group are multiple styles. This is both for Tables and PivotTables. With Styles comes Banded Rows and Banded Columns. 

 

PivotTable Styles

PivotTable Styles

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Banded Rows and Banded Columns

After picking PivotTable Styles, you can use Banded Columns or Banded Rows. Banded Row and Banded Columns are located in the PivotTable Styles Options Group.

Banded Columns and Banded Rows

Banded Columns in a PivotTable

Banded Rows in a PivotTable

Banded Rows in a PivotTable


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