Microsoft’s Office Apps have become autilitarian and appliance-like in the enterprise work sector. This week, Microsoft’s Office team came bearing the gift of personalized default layouts in the form of PivotTables.

Users will now have the option to choose between two adjustment layout settings when applying their PivotTable defaults.

The first option is the most streamlined for anyone wanting to try out the new PivotTable by simply clicking the newly added Edit Default Layout option in the menus settings. The second option is to import a layout a previously saved PivotTable in a preexisting workbook.

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