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In Excel 2010: Pivot Tables in Depth, author Curt Frye provides comprehensive, hands-on tutorials on Excel PivotTables, including more advanced techniques such as using macros and the new PowerPivot add-in. The course shows how to connect and consolidate data sources to power PivotTables, sort and filter records, display data in a PivotChart, print tables and charts, and also introduces the DAX language for performing advanced summaries in PowerPivot. Exercise files are included with the course.
- I hope you've enjoyed working through Excel 2010. If you're looking for more information about Pivot Tables and about PowerPoint, then I've got a couple of resources for you. The first is the Excel 2010 Essential Training course available from lynda.com. If you're looking into Pivot Table automation, you should look into my course, Up and Running with VBA in Excel. Both of those courses are available in the lynda.com online training library. And also, you can go into a lot more depth on PowerPivot.
The best book that I've found on the subject is Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaning, which was published by Microsoft Press. You can also go to www.powerpivot.com. That's where you download PowerPivot and you can also find other tutorials and information about how to use this software. Thanks again for working through the course and I hope you get a lot out of Pivot Tables in Excel 2010.
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