Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Dynamically presenting data via chart slicers, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- The slicer feature was introduced in Excel 2010,…but only available with pivot tables.…Starting in Excel 2013, if you convert data to a table,…then you can use a slicer.…Now, if you've not used the feature,…you're not even aware what it is,…it's a visual way to do filtering.…Now let's imagine we wanna make…a presentation of this data,…we might wanna show different states at different times.…And we might also want to use a chart.…Let's convert this data to a table.…There are four ways to do this,…you can do it from the insert tab…in the ribbon, there's a choice called Table.…
From the Home tab in the ribbon,…you can also choose Format as Table.…You can press Control L, think of list, or Control T.…We'll simply press Control T.…Now within the data make sure you have no empty rows,…empty columns and you don't have to highlight it.…Make sure, also, your titles are in a single row.…So I'll simply press Control T.…Excel analyzes the data, sees the scope of it.…I'll click OK and we've got some visuals applied.…If we don't like those, there's some table styles…
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