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John D, BS Degree in Engineering
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Im user of office for mac 2011 (MacBook Pro Snow Leopard).

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I'm user of office for mac 2011 (MacBook Pro Snow Leopard). Can you tell me how to update an existing pivot table when appending new records to a source list in the same spread sheet?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  John D replied 5 years ago.



It should work if you use a dynamic named range for the source and used that name as your pivot table source data


Please go to Insert > Name > Define, and select that named range, then copy the offset formula from the "Refers to" field and paste here so I can check it for you



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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Thanks. Should the range include the field labels?
Expert:  John D replied 5 years ago.



Yes include the field labels (assuming the labeling is correct). If have you have any difficulties I will send you step by step instructions