Specify the layout of the table that is generated by the pivot table.
The DataPilot displays data fields as buttons which you can drag and drop to define the DataPilot table.
To define the layout of a pivot table, drag and drop data field buttons onto the Filters, Row Fields, Column Fields and Data Fields areas. You can also use drag and drop to rearrange the data fields on a pivot table.
LibreOffice automatically adds a caption to buttons that are dragged into the \<emph\>Data Fields \</emph\>area. The caption contains the name of the data field as well as the formula that created the data.
To change the function that is used by a data field, double-click a button in the Data Fields area to open the Data Field dialog. You can also double-click buttons in the Row Fields or Column Fields areas.
Displays or hides additional options for defining the pivot table.
Specify the settings for displaying the results of the DataPilot table.
Select the area that contains the data for the current pivot table.
Select the area where you want to display the results of the pivot table.
If the selected area contains data, the DataPilot overwrites the data. To prevent the loss of existing data, let the DataPilot automatically select the area to display the results.
Ignores empty fields in the data source.
Automatically assigns rows without labels to the category of the row above.
Calculates and displays the grand total of the column calculation.
Calculates and displays the grand total of the row calculation.
Adds a Filter button to pivot tables that are based on spreadsheet data.
Opens the Filter dialog.
Select this check box and double-click an item label in the table to show or hide details for the item. Clear this check box and double-click a cell in the table to edit the contents of the cell.
Do one of the following:
Select a range of cells and choose \<emph\>Data - Outline - Show Details\</emph\>.
Double-click a field in the table.
If you double-click a field which has adjacent fields at the same level, the \<emph\>Show Detail\</emph\> dialog opens:
Choose the field that you want to view the details for.