A complete guide to PivotTables: A visual approach by Paul Cornell

By Paul Cornell

Tables are strong facts research instruments, but such a lot Excel clients do not use them to their fullest capability. This consultant exhibits why Pivot Tables are flexible for info research and the way you could leverage them to identify tendencies and make speedy company judgements.

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These icons help you more quickly determine in which PivotTable drop area you can place any particular field.

Note For more information on how to use this dialog box, see the "Selecting Existing Source Data" section later in this chapter. 2. Next, make sure the Microsoft Office Excel List Or Database and PivotTable options are selected, and then click Next. 32 Chapter 2: Creating PivotTables Chapter 2: Creating PivotTables 33 In the wizard's second step, you provide specific details about the data that you want to analyze. The display of the wizard's second page depends on the options you selected in step 2.

38 Chapter 2: Creating PivotTables Chapter 2: Creating PivotTables 39 If for some reason you don't want to follow the preceding steps, you can enter the worksheet and cell range manually in the Step 2 dialog box. To do so, you should use absolute, or fixed, cell references and refer to cells using these examples as a guide: • For the range of cells in columns A through C and rows 1 through 20 in the same worksheet where the PivotTable is to be created, use $A$1:$C$20. • For the range of cells in rows 15 through 30 and columns B through D in the same worksheet where the PivotTable is to be created, use $B$15:$D$30.

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