Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Use slicers and charts together for dynamic presentations, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
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- [Voiceover] Starting in Excel 2010,…there's a new feature called a Slicer,…and in Excel 2010 it was only available for pivot tables,…but starting in Excel 2013, it's available…for any data that's been converted to a table.…In this worksheet I've got a list in columns A, B and C,…and the same data has been reworked a bit.…It's also in columns E, F and G.…Now we could work with either one of these lists.…I'm going to work with the list on the right.…Here's what I'd like to be able to do:…I'd like to have a chart of this,…and I want it to be somewhat interactive in the sense that…as I'm meeting with some HR professionals…we'll be talking about some staffing issues,…and we want to have the ability to use Slicers…as we make our presentation.…
One of the big advantages of Slicers is that…we have a clear reminder at all times…not only what is being shown, but what is not being shown.…But we can't use Slicers with this list just yet…because it's not a table.…You can convert a list into a table simply by…doing one of four things:…
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