How to create your own slicer and group it with a Pivot chart.
This is a Microsoft Excel tutorial covering Pivot tables and how to create your own slicer and group it with a Pivot chart. A slicer is a tool that allows you to filter data in a PivotTable or PivotChart. You can create your own slicer and group it with a PivotChart by following these steps:

1. Select the PivotTable or PivotChart that you want to filter with a slicer.
2. On the Analyze tab, in the Filter group, click Insert Slicer.
3. In the Insert Slicers dialog box, check the fields that you want to use as slicers. You can select multiple fields by holding down the Ctrl key while clicking.
4. Click OK. The slicers will appear on the worksheet, next to the PivotTable or PivotChart.
5. To group the slicers with the PivotChart, select one of the slicers and then hold the shift key to select the chart.
6. Right-click on any of the slicers and choose Group from the context menu. To filter the data in the PivotTable or PivotChart, click on the items that you want to show or hide in the slicers. You can use Ctrl+Click or Shift+Click to select multiple items in a slicer. You can also use the buttons at the top of each slicer to clear, select all, or search for items.
How to create your own slicer and group it with a Pivot chart.
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