The GETPIVOTDATA function in Excel is used to extract data from a pivot table. To use the function, you first need to create a pivot table. Once the pivot table is created, you can use the GETPIVOTDATA function to extract data from it. The function takes four arguments: the name of the pivot table, the column header of the data you want to extract, the row header of the data you want to extract, and the value you want to extract.
The syntax of GETPIVOTDATA in Excel is very simple. You just need to type the name of the pivot table and the name of the column you want to get data from, separated by a comma. So for example, if you have a pivot table named "Sales" and you want to get data from the "Month" column, you would type "GETPIVOTDATA("Sales","Month").
The GETPIVOTDATA function is used to get information from a pivot table. The function takes four arguments: the name of the pivot table, the field name, the row number, and the column number. The function will return the value in the cell at the intersection of the specified row and column.
GETPIVOTDATA should not be used when the pivot table is based on a dynamic range. GETPIVOTDATA uses the addresses in the pivot table to retrieve the data, so when the range changes, the function will not be able to find the data.
GETPIVOTDATA is a formula used in Excel to extract data from a pivot table. There are several other formulas that can be used to extract data from a pivot table. The formulas are:
PivotTable.GetItem(index) PivotTable.GetItemField(index, field) PivotTable.GetData(index) PivotTable.GetRowField(index) PivotTable.GetColumnField(index)