How To Use Pivotcharts In Access 2010


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PivotCharts

Frequently, it's easier to look at your data visually then it is to analyze numbers in a report. Access 2010's PivotCharts allow you to make charts of your data in an interactive interface. Let's look at the same product table, this time as a Chart. Click once on Products, go to the Create tab, come over to More Forms, drop it down and choose PivotChart. In the Show/Hide Group, on the left-hand side of the Ribbon, click on Field List until you get a list on the left. Drag Product down across the bottom where it says Drop Category Fields Here, and then drag Profit here where it says Drop Data Fields Here.

We now see a column chart breaking down the total Profit margin by type of oil for all sizes. If we right-click on Sum of Profit, we can also change it. Hold your cursor over AutoCalc and drag down to Average. Now we're looking at our Average Profit by Product. If we want to break them out by size, we can do it in two ways. First, drag Size, down here, next to Profit, and ...

PivotCharts
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PivotCharts provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Access 2010 Essential Training

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