4 Tips to Camouflage Slicers in Excel

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Blend slicers for pivot tables into the design of your spreadsheet.

This video tutorial includes multiple tips for blending or hiding or camouflaging your slicers so that they look nice and do not disrupt the style and flow of your worksheet.

All of the tips here revolve around style and require no additional formulas, data sets, or tricky setups.

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