Pivot tables are the single most powerful command in all of Excel. With a pivot table, you can take 1 million rows of transactional data and transform it into a summary report in seconds. If you can drag a mouse, you can create a pivot table. In addition to quickly summarizing and calculating data, pivot tables allow you to change your analysis on the fly by simply moving fields from one area of a report to another. No other tool in Excel gives you the flexibility and analytical power of pivot tables.
It is widely agreed that close to 50 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 is the pivot table. Despite the fact that pivot tables have been a cornerstone of Excel for more than 15 years, they remain one of the most underutilized tools in the entire Microsoft Office Suite. Having picked up this book, you are savvy enough to have heard of pivot tables or even have used them on occasion. You have a sense that pivot tables have a power that you are not using, and you want to learn how to leverage that power to increase your productivity quickly.
After this course, you will be able to create pivot tables, increase your productivity, and produce reports in minutes instead of hours. You will also be able to output complex pivot reports with drill-down capabilities accompanying charts. Most importantly, after the course, you will be able to build dynamic pivot table reporting systems.
1. Gain fundamental concepts and skills of Pivot Table
2. Create, Customize, Group, Sort and Filter Pivot Data
3. Perform Calculations within Pivot Table
4. Use Pivot Charts and other Visualizations
5. Analyze Disparate Data Sources with Pivot Table
6. Share Pivot Table with Others
7. Analyse OLAP data and Mash up data with Power Pivot
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