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Adding calculated fields: Excel 2013: Pivot Tables in Depth
Adding calculated fields: Excel 2013: Pivot Tables in Depth

When using PowerPivot for the 2013 version of Microsoft Excel, you have a couple of options for summarizing a specific column of information. If you want to make calculations a row at a time, you need a calculated column. To summarize all of the information in a particular column, you have to make a calculated field instead. Watch the Adding Calculated Fields online video tutorial to learn both ways of summarizing column data.

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