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How to Group and Ungroup Pivot Chart Data Items in Excel?

  • Last Updated : 14 Jun, 2021
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A pivot chart is the visual representation of a pivot table in Excel. Pivot charts and pivot tables are connected with each other. Pivot chart are much more flexible than normal chart because Pivot Chart is linked to a PivotTable. Filters, sorts, and data rearrangements applied to Pivot Table are reflected on the chart. 

Steps to create Pivot chart :

Follow the below steps to create a Pivot chart:

  • Select the table to create the pivot chart.

  • Inside Insert tab, click Pivot chart.

  • A dialog box will appear, select the table and the cell where you want the table and chart.

  • Both Pivot chart and Table will be created, but no field is selected.

  • Select the fields, you want in the chart.

  • Chart will be formed.

To Group data in the Chart: 

Follow the below steps to group data in the Chart:

  • Select the rows or columns from the table, you want to group.

  • Right-click and press group.

  • The data will be grouped and the chart will show those rows together along with the Group name.

To Ungroup data in the Chart :

Follow the below steps to ungroup data in the chart:

  • Select the group name.
  • Right-click and press Ungroup.

  • The data items in both the table and chart will be ungrouped.

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