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Creating a calculated field

Creating a calculated field: Excel 2013: Pivot Tables
Creating a calculated field: Excel 2013: Pivot Tables

A calculated filed exists in the memory of Microsoft Excel 2013. You can use it to gain insights into how your business is performing. The field allows you to make independent calculations based on your original data. A calculated field is convenient, especially when you cannot alter the original data source file. In this online video, you'll learn all about creating a calculated field and adding it to your PivotTable.

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Business IT Spreadsheets Excel

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