Excel 2010: Pivot Tables in Depth

with Curt Frye
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Excel 2010: Pivot Tables in Depth
Video duration: 0s 3h 43m Intermediate


In Excel 2010: Pivot Tables in Depth, author Curt Frye provides comprehensive, hands-on tutorials on Excel PivotTables, including more advanced techniques such as using macros and the new PowerPivot add-in. The course shows how to connect and consolidate data sources to power PivotTables, sort and filter records, display data in a PivotChart, print tables and charts, and also introduces the DAX language for performing advanced summaries in PowerPivot. Exercise files are included with the course.

Topics include:
  • Formatting data for use in a PivotTable
  • Connecting to an external data source
  • Refreshing a data source
  • Adding, removing, and positioning subtotals and grand totals
  • Creating a calculated field
  • Grouping PivotTable fields
  • Clearing and reapplying PivotTable filters
  • Applying field styles
  • Formatting cells
  • Creating a PivotChart
  • Printing PivotTables and PivotCharts
  • Creating relationships between tables in a PowerPivot model
  • Using the DAX language for advanced summaries in PowerPivot


- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Curt Frye. Welcome to Excel 2010. In this course I'll show you how to use pivot tables to make sense of your organization's data. I'll begin by showing you how to create a pivot table from data already in your Excel workbooks. Then using that knowledge as a base, I'll demonstrate how to create pivot tables using data from an external source. We'll enhance your ability to analyze your data by showing you how to reorganize or pivot a pivot table. After you've organized your pivot table's data, you can sort and filter its contents to develop useful insights into your business.

I'll also show you how to create conditional formats that highlights subsets of your data to control your pivot table using macros and to summarize huge data sets using the new power pivot add-in. In short, I'll show you how to summarize and analyze data using one of Excel's most powerful and overlooked features.

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