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Type: Office Suite Operating Systems Supported: Mac OS System Requirements: Platform: Mac OS X Media: DVD-ROM Packaging: Retail Features: Excel for Mac 2011 lets you create easy-to-analyze spreadsheets you can post online to view, edit, share, or coauthor with your team from virtually anywhere Clarify your data using Conditional Formatting with icons, data bars, and color scales; spot trends. Question: In Microsoft Excel 2011 for Mac, I've created a pivot table and now I need to change the data source. How do I change the data source for an existing pivot table? Answer: Click somewhere in the pivot table and the PivotTable tab should appear in the toolbar at the top of the screen. Select the PivotTable tab, click on the Options button and select Change Source from the popup menu. Cells, rows, and columns in Excel 2011 for Mac work just like a table in Word or PowerPoint, but have many more capabilities. Adding rows and columns is almost as easy as pressing a button: Inserting a cell: Select a cell (or multiple cells) and then choose Insert→Cells from the menu bar.

Office 2011 for Mac is full of useful features, including the autorecovery tool in Excel. Although crashes in Excel for Mac 2011 are extremely rare, it doesn’t hurt to make sure Excel 2011 is backing up your changes as you work. The following sections show you what to do to ensure Excel is making backups and how to retrieve the backup if you need to.

Setting up AutoRecover in Excel for Mac 2011

Office 2011 for Mac support has ended Upgrade to Microsoft 365 to work anywhere from any device and continue to receive support.

Take a moment to make sure your preferences automatically save an emergency backup file of your work. Before you do that, remember that AutoRecover is not a substitute for saving your files often! To set up AutoRecover, follow these steps:

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  1. Choose Excel→Preferences from the menu bar.

  2. In the Sharing and Privacy section, select Save.

  3. Select the Save AutoRecover Information After This Number of Minutes check box.

  4. Enter the number of minutes that you want between AutoRecover file saves, or use the increase/decrease control.

  5. Click OK.

    After you turn on AutoRecover, Excel saves your work at the specified interval so that you can recover in the event that the system or Excel crashes.

Retrieving an AutoRecover file in Excel for Mac 2011

If your computer or Excel crashes, you can recover your work up to the most recent AutoRecover save, but only if you turned on AutoRecover saves. Take these steps to restore any workbooks that were open at the time of the crash:

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  1. Click the Excel Dock icon.

    Excel presents any documents that you’re working on that have been saved at least once. Recovered documents have (Recovered) in the title bar.

  2. To keep the recovered version, choose File→Save As.

    The Save As dialog appears. Take one of the following actions:

    • To replace the existing file with the recovered version:Navigate to the file or use Spotlight to locate the existing file. Then, click the filename to change the recovered file’s name to the existing filename. Click Save to overwrite the existing file.

    • To save the recovered file without overwriting the original: Select a location to save the recovered file and enter a name for the file in the text box. Then click Save.

To discard a recovered workbook, click the red Close button to close the workbook. When prompted, don’t save changes.

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To permanently remove AutoRecover files from your computer, follow these steps:

  1. Quit all open Office applications.

  2. In Finder, press Command-F.

  3. Enter AutoRecover in the text box.

  4. Select all AutoRecover files.

  5. Drag the files to the Trash.

  6. Empty the Trash.

This Excel tutorial explains how to change the data source for a pivot table in Excel 2011 for Mac (with screenshots and step-by-step instructions).

See solution in other versions of Excel:

Question: In Microsoft Excel 2011 for Mac, I've created a pivot table and now I need to change the data source. How do I change the data source for an existing pivot table?

Answer:Click somewhere in the pivot table and the PivotTable tab should appear in the toolbar at the top of the screen. Select the PivotTable tab, click on the Options button and select Change Source from the popup menu.

When the Change PivotTable Data Source window appears, change the Location value to reflect the new data source for your pivot table. Click on the OK button.

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Now when you return to your pivot table, it should display information from the new data source.

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