Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Create an expanded list from a summary using PivotTable techniques, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] On this worksheet, we're seeing a list…in columns A through M for every state across 12 months.…We've got a lot of data here, and these represent…sales figures although we don't see a label for it.…But what if we've also discovered that we've got some…expense numbers that go along with these.…We also might want to track additional information…for each state and each month.…So off to the right is a list that we'd really like to see.…Now this was prepared ahead of time, but the question is…how can you take a list like this that looks like…it might have come out of a pivot table?…We're not sure.…
That's viable information but it's just about sales…and what we would like to do is to regenerate…this data somehow, get it looking like this.…Now when I go highlight these cells over here,…a lot of you know that when you start highlighting…you'll see in the upper left corner, just to the left…for the Formula bar, right in this section here,…you'll see some numbers there, so we're at nine rows,…and that tells you how much we're highlighting.…
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