Excel Pivottables And Charts

Author: Peter G. Aitken
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 047179354X
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These are powerful, flexible, and complex tools, and most Excel users never tap their full potential. But you can, with Peter Aitken's step-by-step tutorials, understandable instructions, and detailed explanations. You'll learn to create and use PivotTables and charts from the simplest to the most complex. This book will help you get more from Excel than ever before. Chart Topper # 1 Creating a PivotTable Report Chart Topper # 3 Using Special PivotTable(r) Tools Chart Topper # 6 Understanding and Using PivotCharts Chart Topper # 7 Working with Multidimensional Data Chart Topper # 10 Programming PivotTables with VBA

Excel Pivot Tables Charts A Step By Step Visual Guide

Author: A. J. WRIGHT
Editor: A. B. Lawal
ISBN: 1386636363
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This book is for every Excel user. It is widely agreed that close to 60 percent of Excel users leave 80 percent of Excel untouched. That is, most users do not tap into the full potential of Excel's built-in utilities. Of these utilities, the most prolific by far are the pivot table and pivot charts. Despite the fact that pivot tables and charts have been a cornerstone of Excel for more than 16 years, they remain one of the most underutilized tools in the entire Microsoft Office Suite. Having discovered this book, you are savvy enough to have heard of pivot tables and charts or even have used them on occasion. You have a sense that pivot tables and charts have some power that you are not using, and you want to learn how to leverage that power to increase your productivity quickly. With only this book, you will be able to create basic pivot tables and charts, increase your productivity, and produce reports in minutes instead of hours. Within the first 3 chapters, you will be able to output complex pivot reports with drill-down capabilities accompanying charts. By the end of the book, you will be able to build a dynamic pivot table reporting system.

Excel Pivot Tables Charts

Author: A J Wright
Editor: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781089457688
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Book DescriptionThis book is for every Excel user. It is widely agreed that close to 60 percent of Excel users leave 80 percent of Excel untouched. That is, most users do not tap into the full potential of Excel's built-in utilities. Of these utilities, the most prolific by far are the pivot tables and pivot charts. Despite the fact that pivot tables and charts have been a cornerstone of Excel for more than 16 years, they remain one of the most underutilized tools in the entire Microsoft Office Suite. Having discovered this book, you are savvy enough to have heard of pivot tables and charts or even have used them on occasion. You have a sense that pivot tables and charts have some power that you are not using, and you want to learn how to leverage that power to increase your productivity quickly. With only this book, you will be able to: create basic pivot tables and charts, increase your productivity, and produce reports in minutes instead of hours. Within the first 3 chapters, you will be able to output complex pivot reports with drill-down capabilities accompanying charts. By the end of the book, you will be able to build a dynamic pivot table reporting system.

Excel 365 Pivot Tables And Charts

Author: Curtis Frye
Editor: Quickstudy Reference Guides
ISBN: 9781423246169
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Quick and easy 6-page laminated guide focuses on creating and using pivot tables efficiently and effectively in Excel. Whether you are a beginner or experienced user, pivot tables offer flexibility while doubling down on Excel''s power. Curtis Frye, author of multiple books on Excel, creator of many LinkedIn Learning videos and an experienced corporate trainer uses his experience and knowledge to cover the most relevant use of pivot tables at different levels of complexity. As a corporate trainer, seeing what beginners need to start using pivot tables and what those with some pivot table skills can do to harness more power brings value to this targeted reference at an unbeatable price. Look for Excel 365 and Excel 365 Tips and Tricks QuickStudy guides to have a solid power-user reference set. Introducing PivotTables Glossary Creating & Pivoting PivotTables Arrange Data for Use in a PivotTable Create a PivotTable from an Excel Table, Data List or from External Data Create a Recommended PivotTable Refresh PivotTable Data, Update Cell References that Provide Data to a PivotTable Pivot a PivotTable, Defer PivotTable Updates Managing PivotTables Show or Hide the Field List, Expand & Contract Buttons, Field Headers Select an Entire PivotTable, Move it, Copy a Configuration, Delete a PivotTable Summarizing PivotTable Data Show or Hide Subtotals, Grand Totals Change the Data Field Summary Operation Change How PivotTable Data Values Are Displayed Summarize More than One Data Field Create, Edit, Delete a Calculated Field Use PivotTable Data in a Formula Display Data Source Rows Create an Excel table from a PivotTable Sorting & Filtering PivotTable Data Sort a Column of PivotTable Data into Ascending or Descending Order Custom Lists Filter a PivotTable Field by Selection, Rule, Using a Search Filter Slicers Filter a PivotTable Using Report Filter Fields Create Individual PivotTables Using Report Filter Values Clear a PivotTable Filter Using the Field List Pane Clear a Filter Using the Row or Column Labels, Clear All Filters Defining Sets of Values Define a Set Based on Row Items, on Column Items Display a Set in the Rows or Columns Area Edit a Set, Delete a Set Formatting PivotTables Apply a PivotTable Style Apply a PivotTable Style & Remove Existing Formatting Apply or Remove Headers & Banding Create a PivotTable Style Apply a Custom PivotTable Style Change the Data Field Number Format Change the PivotTable Layout Control Whether PivotTable Lables Are Repeated at the Top of Each Printed Page Determine How to Handle Blank Rows Creating & Manipulating PivotCharts Create a New PivotChart/from an Existing PivotTable Pivot a PivotChart Filter a PivotChart by Selection/by Rule Apply a Style to a PivotChart Change a PivotChart''s Layout/Chart Type Add a Trendline to a PivotChart Move a PivotChart to Another Worksheet/to a Chart Sheet Apply a Quick Layout to a PivotChart Add or Remove a PivotChart Element Apply a PivotChart Style, Change the Color Scheme Format a PivotChart Data Series, Format One Value in a PivotChart Data Series Add an Annotation to a PivotChart, Format a PivotChart Annotation Printing PivotTables Print a PivotTable, Print Headers at the Top of Each Printed Page Print Each Item on Its Own Page, Print a PivotChart Enabling & Adding Tables to the Data Model Create a Relationship between Two Tables Create a PivotTable Using the Data Model Work with a PivotTable Created Using the Data Model Edit a Table Relationship, Deactivate, Activate, Delete a Relationship Filtering PivotTables Using Timelines Create a Timeline Filter a PivotTable Using a Timeline Format a Timeline Clear a Timeline Filter Remove a Timeline

Excel Pivot Tables And Charts

Author: Peter G.Aitken
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9788126507412
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Excel is by far the most widely used spreadsheet program with an installed base of hundreds of millions. PivotTables and the related pivot charts are a powerful tool within Excel for analyzing, summarizing, and organizing data to reveal meanings that would not otherwise be visible. The use of these tools is not simple or intuitive, however, and the vast majority of Excel users have never tapped their power. This book addresses this need by providing complete coverage of Excel PivotTables and pivot charts starting with the simplest and most basic uses and working up to complex and sophisticated scenarios. The book combines both the reference and tutorial approaches. · Understanding PivotTables and Charts· Understanding Data Sources for PivotTables· Using PivotTable Tools and Formatting· Working with PivotTable Components· More about PivotTable Components· Understanding and Using PivotCharts· Using PivotTables with Multidimensional Data· Getting Hard Data from a PivotTable· PivotTable Alternatives· Programming PivotTables with VBA

Excel Pivot Tables Charts

Author: BarCharts, Inc.
Editor: Quickstudy
ISBN: 9781423216438
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Among the many data analyzing features to be found in Microsoft's Excel software, PivotTables and PivotCharts are two of the most useful. Find out how they can work for you with our jam-packed 3-panel guide, which features step-by-step instructions and full-color screen shots for easy reference.

Excel 2007 Pivot Tables For Data Analysis

Author: Cortés Farey
Editor: Smart eBook Shop
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In Excel 2007: Pivot Tables for Data Analysis, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Cortés Farey helps dispel the common fear of the Pivot Table feature, by demonstrating how to use this powerful tool to discover valuable business intelligence. Cortés 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 make visual presentations of data using Pivot Chart reports. Exercise files accompany this course. Topics include: • Sorting across data sources to show relative importance Adding, removing, and positioning subtotals and grand totals Creating conditional formats to highlight subsets of data Using colour scales to emphasize specific information Adding a trendline to a PivotChart report Updating and refreshing PivotTable data sources This course will show you how to use pivot tables to make sense of your organization's data. I will 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 will demonstrate how to create pivot tables using data from an external source. We will enhance your ability to analyse your data by showing how to reorganize or pivot a pivot table. After you have organized your pivot table's data you can sort the data to show relative importance and relevance or create filters that enable you to focus on that data you need to develop useful insights into your business. This course will show you how to create conditional formats that highlight subsets of your data and to visualize your data using dynamic charts called pivot charts that are based on your pivot table data. In short, I will show you how to summarize and analyse data using one Excel's most powerful and overlooked features. The skills acquired from this version are mostly applicable to newer versions of Excel. If you think that Microsoft Excel is only for business purposes, you are wrong. Many use it for various personal needs at home too. Some of the features that you should understand about Microsoft Excel to unlock the potentiality of this application are working with spreadsheets, cell formatting, various menus and toolbars, entering of data and editing the same, navigating between various spreadsheets, formula calculation, inserting various functions like date/time, mathematical functions, using of various charts that are available, inserting, editing and deleting comments on cells, etc. Computer Based Training (CBT) is a way to master MS Excel. This is where you take your own time to master the application. With the help of CBT, you get realistic, interactive and complete training. You get to learn right from what a beginner should learn to advanced level. Once the training is over, you would have mastered Microsoft Excel. You get to see simulations of Microsoft Excel application software. Some CBT also offer review quiz questions to gauge your understanding. CBT generally offer interactive, complete and comprehensive training. As it offers practice questions, you will be able to understand better and gain confidence in using the application. According to me, this is one of the best ways to learn Microsoft Excel. The concept of spreadsheeting has been around for hundreds of years. The process can be described as the ability to arrange numbers, characters and other objects into rows and columns. It is most common that spreadsheets only contain numbers and text. The software version of spreadsheeting basically takes the manual processes described above and puts them into an electronic format. Whilst the accounting industry which most commonly uses spreadsheets they can be used in any situation. Pivot Tables are Excel's best tool for data analysis and summarising long lists of data into chunks of information. By using the drag and drop approach to the data fields within the pivot table, you can get a different view of the data. It all depends on what questions you want answered. Pivot Table reports are organized into fields and items. Fields are rows or columns of data. For example, if you want to summarize data by year, each year becomes a data field. Generally, text fields go on the left hand side. To start off with, the data list that you use must be in the flat file format or data list feature that is available in excel 2003 onwards. This means that all field names should not be based on data values. In other words, don't have January, February, etc. Instead use the label 'month'. Once you have set the data up this way, you can pivot the data as if the months are the field names by adding the months field to the column part of the pivot. Another cool feature is the ability to group items within the table. For example, you can convert months into quarters if the data needs aggregated in this way. You can copy any pivot table you make and paste it further along the same worksheet or in another worksheet. This is useful if you have created calculated fields and don't want to repeat the whole process. This way you can create a table to show specific information about the data. The quickest way to learn is to get a hold of some data and start creating your own tables. They are not that difficult to create. With some practice, you should be able to create one in about a few minutes. You can also use pivot charts to extend your analysis into a graphical format. You can even drag and drop data fields within the chart as well. They do come with limitations, especially the lack of ability to change the layout and formatting.

Mastering Excel

Author: Mark Moore
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ISBN: 9781628849998
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In this lesson we cover one of the most requested topics in Excel. Pivot Tables. What are Pivot Tables? How do they work? We walk you through all the steps to create a pivot table, how to work with pivot charts, using Excel tables effectively with Pivot Tables, how to create calculations in Pivot Tables, and more. As always, we work through all the steps in plain English. Our lessons are geared towards the average Excel user that just wants to improve their skill set without having to suffer through hours of technical, confusing instruction. Included in the book is a link to download a free workbook so readers can follow along with the exercises at their own pace.

Excel Dashboards And Reports

Author: Michael Alexander
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470920732
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The go to resource for how to use Excel dashboards and reports to better conceptualize data Many Excel books do an adequate job of discussing the individual functions and tools that can be used to create an “Excel Report.” What they don’t offer is the most effective ways to present and report data. Offering a comprehensive review of a wide array of technical and analytical concepts, Excel Reports and Dashboards helps Excel users go from reporting data with simple tables full of dull numbers, to presenting key information through the use of high-impact, meaningful reports and dashboards that will wow management both visually and substantively. Details how to analyze large amounts of data and report the results in a meaningful, eye-catching visualization Describes how to use different perspectives to achieve better visibility into data, as well as how to slice data into various views on the fly Shows how to automate redundant reporting and analyses Part technical manual, part analytical guidebook, Excel Dashboards and Reports is the latest addition to the Mr. Spreadsheet’s Bookshelf series and is the leading resource for learning to create dashboard reports in an easy-to-use format that’s both visually attractive and effective.

Excel 2007 Pivottables And Pivotcharts

Author: Peter G. Aitken
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470169710
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Devoted entirely to PivotTables and PivotCharts, this book shows you how to take full advantage of these powerful tools, which enable you to pull meaningful information from masses of seemingly meaningless data. Loaded with illustrations and real-world examples, it takes you step by step through creating a PivotTable; formatting, filtering, and grouping data; creating PivotCharts from those data; and more. You’ll learn to work with multidimensional data, how to create and manipulate PivotTables using VBA, and—most importantly—you’ll discover what these tools can do for you.

Power Excel With Mrexcel

Author: Bill Jelen
Editor: Tickling Keys, Inc.
ISBN: 1615471251
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Updating the previous edition's tips to include features in Excel 2013, this new edition of Mr. Excel's popular software guide even incorporates suggestions sent in by readers. Each featured topic has a problem statement and description, followed by a broad strategy for solving the problem. Mr. Excel then walks readers through the specific steps to solve the issue. Alternate strategies are also provided, along with common scenarios that trip users up, leaving readers with not only answers to their specific dilemmas but also new and quicker ways to use formulas and spreadsheets.

Excel Pivot Tables

Author: William Collins
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ISBN: 9781691186785
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Want to learn quick and easy about Excel PivotTable?Want to learn how to put an interactive Dashboard together?Want to learn where to find a database that you can use at any point in time? Did we hook you yet? In this book learn the basics of what a PivotTable is and how to create an interactive Dashboard. Go from ho-hum to off the charts. You can even learn the different types of charts that Excel offers and when to utilize them, how to create them and adjust them. Have a side project and need fictional data, no problem. We can teach you a quick and easy way to create your own data chart that takes minutes to set up and you can use over and over as much as you like, none of it will exist except for in your computer. Plus, as an added bonus, learn where to get data from across the internet and where to look locally. Added into this are pictures that assist you along your way, created just for this book and not found in any other text.

Excel 2019 Pivot Tables And Introduction To Dashboards The Step By Step Guide

Author: C. J. Benton
Editor: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781093394832
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Learn Pivot Tables ~By Example~ - Updated for 2019! With this practical and to-the-point guide on Pivot Tables and basic Dashboards, you'll develop the skills to build and modify reports with step-by-step examples and screenshots including how to: Organize and summarize data Format & filter Pivot Table results Create Pivot Charts Display averages & percentages Group data into predefined ranges Use Slicers, Timelines, and Sparklines Rank results Apply calculated fields Use Power Query to create and combine Pivot Table reports from imported files And more! In addition to the above, you will also learn how to create, format, and update a basic Dashboard using Pivot Table data: Incorporate Pivot Charts, Sparklines, and performance symbols into your reporting Refresh and protect your Pivot Table data A great resource for: Business Analysts Data Analysts Financial Analysts Administrative and Support staff Imagine the time you'll save by not having to search the internet or help files to learn the most practical ways of using one of Microsoft® Excel's® best features!

Intermediate Excel

Author: M.L. Humphrey
Editor: M.L. Humphrey
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Microsoft Excel is an amazing tool. Once you've mastered the basics, it's time to learn a few tips and tricks to take things to the next level. In this guide you'll learn how to create pivot tables, chart your data, apply conditional formatting, and many other more advanced tools for getting the most out of Excel. (Including probably more than you ever wanted to know about nested IF functions.) If you're comfortable with the basics of Excel and ready to take it to the next level, this is the guide for you. Keywords: microsoft excel, ms excell, pivot tables, bar charts, column charts, pie charts, doughnut charts, line charts, scatter plots, conditional formatting, pivottables, concatenate, if functions, sumifs, text function, locking cells, removing duplicate entries

Data Visualization With Excel Dashboards And Reports

Author: Dick Kusleika
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119698723
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Large corporations like IBM and Oracle are using Excel dashboards and reports as a Business Intelligence tool, and many other smaller businesses are looking to these tools in order to cut costs for budgetary reasons. An effective analyst not only has to have the technical skills to use Excel in a productive manner but must be able to synthesize data into a story, and then present that story in the most impactful way. Microsoft shows its recognition of this with Excel. In Excel, there is a major focus on business intelligence and visualization. Data Visualization with Excel Dashboards and Reports fills the gap between handling data and synthesizing data into meaningful reports. This title will show readers how to think about their data in ways other than columns and rows. Most Excel books do a nice job discussing the individual functions and tools that can be used to create an "Excel Report". Titles on Excel charts, Excel pivot tables, and other books that focus on "Tips and Tricks" are useful in their own right; however they don't hit the mark for most data analysts. The primary reason these titles miss the mark is they are too focused on the mechanical aspects of building a chart, creating a pivot table, or other functionality. They don't offer these topics in the broader picture by showing how to present and report data in the most effective way. What are the most meaningful ways to show trending? How do you show relationships in data? When is showing variances more valuable than showing actual data values? How do you deal with outliers? How do you bucket data in the most meaningful way? How do you show impossible amounts of data without inundating your audience? In Data Visualization with Excel Reports and Dashboards, readers will get answers to all of these questions. Part technical manual, part analytical guidebook; this title will help Excel users go from reporting data with simple tables full of dull numbers, to creating hi-impact reports and dashboards that will wow management both visually and substantively. This book offers a comprehensive review of a wide array of technical and analytical concepts that will help users create meaningful reports and dashboards. After reading this book, the reader will be able to: Analyze large amounts of data and report their data in a meaningful way Get better visibility into data from different perspectives Quickly slice data into various views on the fly Automate redundant reporting and analyses Create impressive dashboards and What-If analyses Understand the fundamentals of effective visualization Visualize performance comparisons Visualize changes and trends over time

Learn Excel In 24 Hours

Author: Alex Nordeen
Editor: Guru99
ISBN:
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Learn to Use Microsoft Office Excel 2016 The book gives a detailed introduction to Excel. It proceeds to teach basic concepts like row, columns, ribbon, worksheet, shortcuts. Later provides a detailed explanation of Formulas, Operators, and Functions. The book also briefly touches the concept of VBA. Pivot Tables, Connection to external Data Sources included. The book also includes a case study to Managing personal finance using Microsoft Excel. Table Of Content Chapter 1: Introduction 1. What is Microsoft Excel? 2. Why should I learn Microsoft Excel? 3. The difference between excel and CSV file 4. Running Microsoft Excel 5. Understanding the Ribbon 6. Understanding the worksheet (Rows and Columns, Sheets, Workbooks) 7. Customization Microsoft Excel Environment 8. Important Excel shortcuts Chapter 2: Getting Started 1. Basic Arithmetic 2. Formatting data 3. Setting the print area and printing (Print View) 4. Adding images to spreadsheets 5. Data validation 6. Data filters 7. Group and Ungroup Chapter 3: Formula & Functions 1. What is a formula? 2. What is a function? 3. Common functions 4. Numeric functions 5. String functions 6. Date Time functions 7. V Lookup function Chapter 4: Operators 1. What is a Logical Function? 2. What is a condition and why does it matter? 3. IF function example 4. Excel Logic functions 5. Nested IF functions Chapter 5: Charts 1. What is a chart? 2. Types of charts 3. The importance of charts 4. Step by step example of creating charts 5. Conditional Formatting Chapter 6: Case Study: Personal Finance Application using Excel 1. Why managing personal finance matters 2. Major components of a personal finance system 3. Using Excel to set personal budgets, record income and expenses 4. Visualizing the data using charts Chapter 7: Macros 1. What is a macro? 2. Macro Basics 3. Step by step example of recording macros 4. What is VBA? 5. Visual Basic for Applications VBA basics 6. Step by step example of creating a simple EMI calculator Chapter 8: Connecting Excel to External Data Sources 1. What is external data source? 2. MS Access external data source 3. Web external data source 4. Text file external data source 5. SQL Server external data source Chapter 9: Pivot Tables 1. What is a pivot table? 2. Step by step tutorial on creating pivot tables 3. 2-Dimensional pivot tables 4. Visualizing pivot table data using charts Chapter 10: Advanced Charts 1. What is an advanced chart? 2. The importance of advanced charts 3. Step by step example of creating advanced charts Chapter 11: Excel in the cloud: Office 365 1. Introduction to cloud computing 2. What is Office 365? 3. Advantages of Office 365 4. Disadvantages of Office 365

Excel 2016 For Windows Pivot Tables

Author: Tim Hill
Editor: Questing Vole Press
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The jargon associated with Microsoft Excel's pivot tables ("n-dimensional cross tabulations") makes them look complex, but they're really no more than an easy way to build concise, flexible summaries of long lists of raw values. If you're working with hundreds (or hundreds of thousands) of rows, then pivot tables are the best way to look at the same information in different ways, summarize data on the fly, and spot trends and relationships. This handy guide teaches you how to use Excel's most powerful feature to crunch large amounts of data, without having to write new formulas, copy and paste cells, or reorganize rows and columns. You can download the sample workbook to follow along with the author's examples. - Create pivot tables from worksheet databases. - Rearrange pivot tables by dragging, swapping, and nesting fields. - Customize pivot tables with styles, layouts, totals, and subtotals. - Combine numbers, dates, times, or text values into custom groups. - Calculate common statistics or create custom formulas. - Filter data that you don't want to see. - Create and customize pivot charts. - Unlink a pivot table from its source data. - Control references to pivot table cells. - Plenty of tips, tricks, and timesavers. - Fully cross-referenced, linked, and searchable. Contents 1. Pivot Table Basics 2. Nesting Fields 3. Grouping Items 4. Calculations and Custom Formulas 5. Filtering Data 6. Charting Pivot Tables 7. Tricks with Pivot Tables

Microsoft Excel 2019 Pivot Table Data Crunching

Author: Bill Jelen
Editor: Microsoft Press
ISBN: 9781509307241
File Size: 69,33 MB
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Learn how to use Excel 2019 pivot tables and pivot charts to produce powerful, dynamic reports in minutes instead of hours, to take control of your data and your business. Even if you've never created a pivot table before, this book will help you leverage all their remarkable flexibility and analytical power--including valuable improvements in Excel 2019 and Excel in Office 365. Drawing on more than 45 combined years of Excel experience, Bill Jelen and Michael Alexander offer practical "recipes" for solving real business problems, help you avoid common mistakes, and present tips and tricks you'll find nowhere else.

Power Excel 2019 With Mrexcel

Author: Bill Jelen
Editor: Holy Macro! Books
ISBN: 9781615470600
File Size: 74,34 MB
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Updating the previous edition's tips to include features in Office 365 and Excel 2019, this new edition of MrExcel's popular software guide even incorporates suggestions sent in by readers. Each featured topic has a problem statement and description, followed by a broad strategy for solving the problem. MrExcel then walks readers through the specific steps to solve the issue. Alternate strategies are also provided, along with common scenarios that trip up users, leaving readers with not only answers to their specific dilemmas but also new and quicker ways to use formulas and spreadsheets.

Dashboards For Excel

Author: Jordan Goldmeier
Editor: Apress
ISBN: 1430249455
File Size: 40,39 MB
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This book takes a hands-on approach to developing dashboards, from instructing users on advanced Excel techniques to addressing dashboard pitfalls common in the real world. Dashboards for Excel is your key to creating informative, actionable, and interactive dashboards and decision support systems. Throughout the book, the reader is challenged to think about Excel and data analytics differently—that is, to think outside the cell. This book shows you how to create dashboards in Excel quickly and effectively. In this book, you learn how to: Apply data visualization principles for more effective dashboards Employ dynamic charts and tables to create dashboards that are constantly up-to-date and providing fresh information Use understated yet powerful formulas for Excel development Apply advanced Excel techniques mixing formulas and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) to create interactive dashboards Create dynamic systems for decision support in your organization Avoid common problems in Excel development and dashboard creation Get started with the Excel data model, PowerPivot, and Power Query