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Excel 2003

I have a pivot table with the "Grand Total For Rows" and "Grand Total For
Columns" enabled. The grand total for columns show up as the last row, but
the grand total for rows does not show up as the last column???? I am pretty
adept with MS pivot tables, but can't figure out how to get them to display.

Any ideas.

Thanks in advance,


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I have one issue when i get the data through the pivot table
option. after creating a pivot table, i enabled the sub-total and the
grand total in the pivot table properties. after enabling that the
sub-total and the grand total columns appear as #VALUE!.

I have office 2003 in OS 2000 proffesion.

Please help me


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