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How to Add Calculated Fields to Pivot Tables in Excel 2013
Use Excel Pivot Tables to Get Top and Bottom Views
How to Move Pivot Charts in Excel 2013

How to Move Pivot Charts to Separate Sheets in Excel 2013

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Click the Analyze tab under the PivotChart Tools contextual tab to bring its tools to the Ribbon.

If the PivotChart Tools contextual tab doesn’t appear at the end of your Ribbon, click anywhere on the new pivot chart to make this tab reappear.

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