how do i refresh a pivot table drop down list in excel 2003?


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when i remove data from my source tab, the entries still show in the drop
down list for the field in my pivot table. i am trying to figure out how to
remove them. i tried removing the field from the pivot table, refreshing the
pivot table, and then placing the field back in. that only works sometimes.

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