A Complete Guide to PivotTables: A Visual Approach, 1st by Paul Cornell, Dominic Shakeshaft (Editor)

By Paul Cornell, Dominic Shakeshaft (Editor)

Pivot Tables are strong info research instruments, but so much Excel clients do not use them to their fullest power. an entire consultant to PivotTables exhibits you why Pivot Tables are so flexible for facts research and the way you could leverage Pivot Tables to quickly spot developments and make speedy enterprise judgements on mountains of information. a chain of step by step tutorials and lots of pattern company facts can help you get efficient with Pivot Tables speedy and simply.

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2007 13:40:30] Chapter 2: Creating PivotTables 2. Next, make sure the Microsoft Office Excel List Or Database and PivotTable options are selected, and then click Next. In the wizard's second step, you provide specific details about the data that you want to analyze. The display of the wizard's second page depends on the options you selected in step 2. In this case, Figure 2-2 shows what the wizard's second step looks like if your source data is an Excel list or database, as you just selected. Figure 2-2: The second step of the PivotTable and PivotChart Wizard, if your source data is an Excel list or database, as selected in the wizard's first step.

Grand Totals For Rows check box: Select this check box to display grand totals for each row in the PivotTable. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● AutoFormat Table check box: If an AutoFormat has been applied to the PivotTable, clearing this check box removes the AutoFormat. Subtotal Hidden Page Items check box: Select this check box to subtotal any items that are hidden. Merge Labels check box: Select this check box to use merged cells for outer row and column (for example, to merge repeating values such as "Month" in the first several rows into a single cell titled "Month").

Right-click anywhere inside of the PivotTable, click Table Options, clear the Grand Totals For Columns and Grand Totals For Rows check boxes, and click OK. 2. Right-click the Row field button, click Field Settings, click None, and click OK. 3. In the PivotTable Field List dialog box, click Page1, and then click Add To. Compare your results to Figure 2-24. 2007 13:40:31] Selecting Existing Source Data Figure 2-24: Displaying total medals for each of the Team sports You're already learning how to use PivotTables!

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