Select Insert > Slicer from the Home tab. Select the check boxes for the fields you want to display in the Insert Slicers dialogue box, then click OK. For each field you select, a slicer will be produced. Any of the slicer buttons will apply that filter to the associated table or PivotTable when you click it.
In the Pivot Table, select any cell.
Select Insert –> Filter –> Slicer from the Insert menu.
Select all the dimensions for which you want Slicers in the Insert Slicers dialogue box.
The PIVOTTABLE TOOLS tab appears when you click a cell in your PivotTable. Insert Slicer after clicking ANALYZE. Each field in the PivotTable has options in the Insert Slicer dialogue box. Select the fields with which you want to slice the PivotTable and click OK.
In the pivot table, select a cell.
Select Slicer from the Insert tab on the Ribbon.
Add check marks to the slicer(s) you want to create in the list of pivot table fields.
If necessary, move and resize the slicers to fit on the worksheet's empty regions.
Select an empty section of the Slicer by clicking on it.
Select the Buttons group from the Options tab of the Excel Ribbon.
Increase or reduce the number of columns by using the Up and Down arrows.
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