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In Excel 2007: Pivot Tables for Data Analysis, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Curt Frye helps dispel the common fear of the Pivot Table feature, by demonstrating how to use this powerful tool to discover valuable business intelligence. Curt shows how to create Pivot Table reports from internal Excel data and outside data sources, use filters to focus on the most important data in the sheet, and make visual presentations of data using Pivot Chart reports. Exercise files accompany this course.
(Music playing) Hi! I am Curt Frye. Welcome to Excel 2007 Pivot Tables for Data Analysis. In this course, I'll show you how to use pivot tables to make sense of your organization's data. I'll begin by showing you how to create a pivot table from data already in your Excel workbooks. Then, using that knowledge as a base, I'll demonstrate how to create pivot tables using data from an external source. We'll enhance your ability to analyze your data by showing how to reorganize or pivot a pivot table. After you have organized your pivot table's data you can sort the data to show relative importance and relevance or create filters that enable you to focus on that data you need to develop useful insights into your business.
I'll show you how to create conditional formats that highlight subsets of your data and to visualize your data using dynamic charts called pivot charts that are based on your pivot table data. In short, I'll show you how to summarize and analyze data using one Excel's most powerful and overlooked features. Let's get started with Excel 2007 Pivot Tables for Data Analysis.
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