Many Excel users deal with large database-like lists and Excel has a variety of tools like sorting and filtering to manage those lists. But if you need to analyze all that data and do it quickly, there's no better feature than a PivotTable.
In very little time, you can create a compact summary report (based on tons of data) without needing to write complex formulas or rely on obscure techniques. The PivotTable feature is perhaps Excel's best analytical tool and in addition to its speed, you get amazing flexibility and dynamism that let you quickly change the data interrelationships you're viewing. Most PivotTable users discover that the feature is relatively easy to learn, but not so easy if you are simply seeing the instructions on the printed page; this is a visually-oriented feature based on dragging fields to different locations - this webinar shows you a wealth of display variations that can really be displayed on the printed page. Now you can effortlessly organize and analyze tons of data in a matter of minutes
You will learn the quickest and best ways to create PivotTables and PivotCharts, including these capabilities:
Dennis Taylor has taught thousands of Excel seminars and classes since the early 90's, is the author/presenter of over 250 Excel webinars, and authored the book Teach Yourself Microsoft Excel 2000. He has taught hundreds of public Excel seminars in the US and Canada since 2006 and has recorded over 100 Excel courses bo... More info