For some, Excel may look too complicated at first. It has formulas; you can’t delete a row; somehow, your cells merged without you trying to do so. But once you get into it, using Excel becomes a piece of cake, and you realize how helpful it can be in numerous situations.
Pivot tables are quite handy when it comes to data summarization, especially if your database is too extensive. So what do you do when you want to delete this table? You’ll find the answer in this article.
How to Delete a Pivot Table?
These instructions refer to newer versions of Excel, such as the 2016 and 2019. You can also apply them if you have Office 365.
If you’ve used a pivot table for a specific task and you no longer need it, here is how to delete it.