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Configuring a PivotTable

Configuring a PivotTable: Excel 2013: Pivot Tables in Depth
Configuring a PivotTable: Excel 2013: Pivot Tables in Depth

When working with PivotTables, having too many controls in the body of the worksheet can get frustrating. That's why you have buttons and panes in Excel 2013. Configuring a PivotTable is much simpler if you can use these buttons to expand or contract panes and display or hide field lists or headers. In this training video, you'll learn how to include as many elements as you can within the available PivotTable space.

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Business IT Spreadsheets Excel

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