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Unread 9th July 2009, 14:34
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No, you can't refresh the pivot table while the worksheet is protected.
You could record a macro to unprotect the worksheet, refresh the pivot
table, then protect the worksheet.

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Thanks a lot...
Can i get the details how can we record the macro's
what was the code for refresh the pivot table date.....!

"Debra Dalgleish" wrote:

> No, you can't refresh the pivot table while the worksheet is protected.
> You could record a macro to unprotect the worksheet, refresh the pivot
> table, then protect the worksheet.
>
> Sumanthkaka wrote:
> > Shall we refresh pivote table data in protected sheet

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What version of Excel are you using?

Sumanthkaka wrote:
> Thanks a lot...
> Can i get the details how can we record the macro's
> what was the code for refresh the pivot table date.....!
>
> "Debra Dalgleish" wrote:
>
>
>>No, you can't refresh the pivot table while the worksheet is protected.
>>You could record a macro to unprotect the worksheet, refresh the pivot
>>table, then protect the worksheet.
>>
>>Sumanthkaka wrote:
>>
>>>Shall we refresh pivote table data in protected sheet

>>
>>
>>--
>>Debra Dalgleish
>>Contextures
>>www.contextures.com/tiptech.html
>>Blog: http://blog.contextures.com
>>
>>

>



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