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By Paul Cornell

Tables are strong info research instruments, but such a lot Excel clients do not use them to their fullest power. This advisor exhibits why Pivot Tables are flexible for info research and the way you could leverage them to identify tendencies and make quick company judgements.

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You'll practice using this dialog box in just a few paragraphs. Chapter 2: Creating PivotTables 41 42 Chapter 2: Creating PivotTables Figure 2-20: The second step of the PivotTable and PivotChart Wizard if your source data is in cell ranges spanning one or more worksheets in one or more Excel workbooks, and you want to create page fields on your own As you can see by examining the two dialog boxes in Figures 2-19 and 2-20, they differ only when you elect to create the page fields yourself. If one of your ranges is in another workbook, it's best to first open the other workbook before running the wizard.

Click New Worksheet, and then click Finish. Compare your results to Figure 2-23. Chapter 2: Creating PivotTables 43 44 Chapter 2: Creating PivotTables Figure 2-23: Creating an initial PivotTable based on the selected consolidation ranges Let's clean up this PivotTable a bit so that it provides some more valuable data: 1. Right-click anywhere inside of the PivotTable, click Table Options, clear the Grand Totals For Columns and Grand Totals For Rows check boxes, and click OK. 2. Right-click the Row field button, click Field Settings, click None, and click OK.

If you specify a location in another workbook, the PivotChart report will also be created in that workbook. Note For more information on how to use this dialog box, see the "Selecting an Existing PivotTable or PivotChart" section later in this chapter. 11. 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. Chapter 2: Creating PivotTables 35 36 Chapter 2: Creating PivotTables 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.

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