Excel® users that regularly manipulate, analyze, or present data can improve their productivity substantially by utilizing Pivot Tables. Many users avoid Pivot Tables even though they know how powerful they are because they believe Pivot Tables are confusing to work with and hard to use. Additionally, many people know that Pivot Tables provide benefit but do not realize the depth of capabilities that this reporting and analysis feature possesses. This session shows users that with a basic understanding of Pivot Table conventions, the intimidation factor disappears. Additionally, it details the robust feature set built into Pivot Tables. This course also spends time providing information about Excel Tables, which are helpful as a standalone feature, but also can be used to enhance Pivot Table reporting.
Once participants have completed this session, they should be able to * Understand the underlying concepts and conventions that drive Pivot Table operation * List four important components used when creating and working with Pivot Tables * Understand the benefits of using Excel® Tables, not only with Pivot Tables but as standalone objects * Explain ways to improve data presentation in Pivot Tables with * Automatic and custom groups * PivotTable options * The Design tab of the Pivot Table tools ribbon add-In * Formatting, sorting, and filtering features in Excel * Understand calculations including calculated fields and calculated items * Create and modify Pivot Charts
* This session is taught using a Hands-On methodology * We provide practice files that tie to the examples in the course materials so participants can undertake all the steps in unison with the instructor for a greatly improved learning experience * The Excel® topics discussed in this session include * Introducing Pivot Tables * Working with Excel tables * Connecting Pivot Tables to external data * Extended Pivot Table functionality * Creating calculations in PivotTables * Using Power Pivot and creating Pivot Charts
Who Should Attend
Accounting and other business professionals who work in Excel® to analyze and report upon data and who want to utilize the power of Pivot Tables.
An understanding of Excel® conventions
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