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By Paul Cornell, Dominic Shakeshaft (Editor)

Pivot Tables are strong info research instruments, but such a lot Excel clients do not use them to their fullest strength. an entire consultant to PivotTables exhibits you why Pivot Tables are so flexible for information research and the way you could leverage Pivot Tables to speedily spot traits and make quickly enterprise judgements on mountains of information. a sequence of step by step tutorials and lots of pattern enterprise information can assist you get effective with Pivot Tables fast and simply.

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Click Microsoft Office Excel List Or Database. 12. Click Next, and then click Next again. Figure 2-8 shows the wizard's third step, which allows you to provide your PivotTable's (and optional PivotChart's) layout and formatting options. Figure 2-8: The third step of the PivotTable and PivotChart Wizard, which allows you to provide layout and formatting options for your PivotTable (and optional PivotChart) 13. Click Layout. Figure 2-9 shows a dialog box that you can use to specify PivotTable layout options.

Filter 7. Click Finish. A blank PivotTable appears on the PivotTable worksheet tab, as shown in Figure 1-31. Figure 1-31: A blank PivotTable Use Subtotals in a PivotTable Now you'll see how much easier it is to not only recreate the subtotals as we did in the "Analyze Data Using Subtotals" exercise earlier in this chapter, but see the PivotTable create additional subtotals automatically for us as we go. Show Visitor Subtotals by Region First, display visitor subtotals for each of the four geographic regions.

For example, a somewhat simple crosstab table displaying each calendar month across the columns and each of the 50 United States down the rows would of course result in 600 row-and-column intersections alone, a more than eight-fold increase in row-and-column intersections over the Visitors By Store and Day crosstab table. Repeating the previous data calculation steps 600 times is certainly inconvenient, to say the least. Continuing this scenario, the act of changing the crosstab table layout so that calendar months are displayed down the rows and each of the 50 United States are displayed across the columns would be easier by creating a new crosstab table, but then you'd also need to copy the numbers from the previous crosstab table to the new crosstab table.

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