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Sample XLSX with one partially grouped row field
In Excel, in a pivot table you can select a couple of entries, open right-click menu, and select Group to create arbitrary grouping (repeat any number of times). The group name can be changed by editing its cell. In the PivotTable Fields you also have the option to remove the original field from the rows, and only keep the grouped one.
The two attached samples were created this way, one has both the grouped and non-grouped rows (the layout has also been switched from Compact to Outline Form), the other only has the grouped row.
- for the file with the one, partially grouped row field no content is displayed, only the sum at the end,
- for the file with both row fields only the ungrouped one is shown.
Observed using LO 22.214.171.124.alpha0+ (ed882d693f37779e3a09641e7cd43b7a925d2312), 126.96.36.199 / Windows 7.
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Sample XLSX with both the grouped and normal row field
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Comparison screenshot for 1st sample
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Comparison screenshot for 2nd sample
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