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Editing PivotTables without Underlying Data in Excel

If you want to edit a PivotTable without underlying data in Excel, there are a few things you can do. First, you can make a copy of the PivotTable and then delete the underlying data. This will leave you with a PivotTable that you can edit without affecting the original data. Another option is to use the PivotTable Wizard to create a new PivotTable from the same data source. This will give you a fresh PivotTable that you can edit without affecting the original. Finally, you can use the Change Data Source command to point the PivotTable to a different data source. This is useful if you want to edit the PivotTable without affecting the original data, but it's also useful if the original data source is no longer available (for example, if it was on a removable drive that's been lost or damaged).

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