Dynamically Change Every Pivot Table Data Source Range Inside A Workbook With This VBA Macro Code
What This Does
This VBA code will allow you to instantly update all your Pivot Tables inside a workbook and change the Data Source range dynamically. This macro is perfect for instances where you have an ever-changing data set that is feeding in a bunch of Pivot Tables. It can be a pain to readjust the Data Source range and that is where this VBA macro can come in handy. Enjoy!
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Sub AdjustAllPivotDataRanges() 'PURPOSE: Dynamically change every pivot table's data source range in the workbook 'SOURCE: www.TheSpreadsheetGuru.com/the-code-vault Dim sht As Worksheet Dim pvt As PivotTable Dim StartPoint As Range Dim rng As Range Dim SourceAddress As String 'Enter Worksheet Name that holds your Pivot data source Set sht = ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets("Scrubbed MTD Dataset") 'Enter first cell in your Pivot data source Set StartPoint = sht.Range("A1") 'Create SourceData address Set rng = sht.Range(StartPoint, StartPoint.SpecialCells(xlLastCell)) SourceAddress = sht.Name & "!" & rng.Address(ReferenceStyle:=xlR1C1) 'Loop through and update pivot tables with new data source range For Each sht In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets For Each pvt In sht.PivotTables 'Change Pivot Table's data source range address pvt.ChangePivotCache _ ThisWorkbook.PivotCaches.Create( _ SourceType:=xlDatabase, _ SourceData:=SourceAddress) 'Ensure Pivot Table is refreshed pvt.RefreshTable Next pvt Next sht 'Completion Message MsgBox "All Pivot Table Data Source Ranges have been updated in this workbook!", vbInformation End Sub
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- The VBA Guide To Excel Pivot Tables
- Dynamically Change A Pivot Table’s Data Source Range
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