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Learning how to create Pivot Tables in Excel is one of the must-have skills for anyone who needs to use Excel to build business reports and summaries. Our upcoming webinar discusses how to quickly and easily build reports and charts that hel

Data analysis with Pivot Tables: take your knowledge to the next level

 

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OVERVIEW

Learning how to create Pivot Tables in Excel is one of the must-have skills for anyone who needs to use Excel to build business reports and summaries. Our upcoming webinar discusses how to quickly and easily build reports and charts that help in spotting trends and making crucial business decisions.

The webinar covers the following key areas:

  • Calculating month-on-month difference and using conditional formatting
  • Using formulas to create additional calculated items
  • How to create Pivot Table in Excel from multiple tables or multiple data sources

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

In this advanced Excel training, you'll learn how to calculate differences (e.g. month-on-month, quarter-on quarter) and running/cumulative totals.

You'll learn how to display a unique count (e.g. number of customers, not number of orders) and how to use formulas to create additional calculated items.

You'll learn how to create Slicers which are the new visual way to filter a pivot table. You'll also learn how to create pivot table in Excel from multiple tables and from external data.

 

WHO WILL BENEFIT

If you are familiar with the basics of pivot tables (creating a basic pivot table, changing the appearance and layout, sorting, creating a pivot chart) and you wish to take your knowledge to the next level, this training is for you.

Although the training will be delivered using Excel 2016 for Windows, most of the functionality demonstrated is available in earlier versions of Excel (2007, 2010, 2013).

 

SPEAKER

Mike Thomas has worked in the IT training business for 30 years. He is a subject matter expert in a range of technologies including Microsoft Office and Apple Mac.