By Curt Frye | Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Excel workbooks let you summarize your data using a powerful set of built-in functions and features such as sorting and filtering.
That said, basic worksheets are static and make rearranging data difficult. Fortunately, there’s a way to avoid all that cutting and pasting: Pivot Tables.
You can learn everything you’d ever want to know from my lynda.com courses Excel 2007: PivotTables for Data Analysis, Excel 2010: PivotTables in Depth, and Excel 2013: PivotTables in Depth.
But here’s a quick-start guide for you:
By Crystal McCullough | Wednesday, September 23, 2009
In Excel 2008 for Mac: Pivot Tables for Data Analysis, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Curt Frye helps dispel the common fear of the Pivot Table feature, demonstrating how to use this powerful tool to discover valuable business intelligence. Curt shows how to create Pivot Table reports from internal Excel data and outside data sources, use filters to focus on the most important data in the sheet, and prepare a Pivot Table report by applying formats and rules.
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