Yes, that’s right the more frequently you add data, the more you need to update source range. Range(Start Point, Cells(Down Cell, Last Col))Above part of the code will create a dynamic range by using cell A1 from the data source worksheet.
So the point is, you need a method to update source range automatically when we add new data so that we can save our precious time. It will check the last column and last row with data to create a dynamic range.
Dynamic range can expand automatically whenever you add new data into your source sheet. Now, you have a dynamic range to create a pivot table. Activate Msg Box "Your Pivot Table is now updated." End Sub Data_Sheet. Just choose one of the above-mentioned methods, put your data on your data sheet and refresh your pivot table.
All you have to do is just create a pivot table with your source data and after that change the source with the named range using the same method which I have used in the first method of tables. Create(Source Type:=xl Database, Source Data:=New Range) 'Ensure Pivot Table is Refreshed Pivot_Sheet.
Once you add new data in your source sheet, just refresh your pivot table.
This leads to inefficiencies and more importantly it creates potential for errors when an analyst forgets to update one or more of the PIVOT tables.
The way around this problem is to create your PIVOT table and set it up so that it will update the data range automatically.