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LEARN EXCEL FROM MR EXCEL
You have a clean dataset with customer information on everyrow, as shown in Fig. 840. You can sort this data and otherwise use itfor data analysis.
A couple of formulas with IF functions help to snap this datainto shape.
=IF(); =LEFT(); =MID()
USE A PIVOT TABLETO SUMMARIZE DETAILED DATA
You have 50,000 rows of sales data, as shown in Fig. 841. You want to produce a summary report showing sales by region andproduct.
Fig. 840 Fig. 841
Thanks for buying the 2nd edition of Learn Excel from MrExcel. Thescreenshots in that book are from Excel 2007. If you are here, then you musthave Excel 97-Excel 2003.Since the pivot table interface changed dramatically in Excel 2007, I amproviding this PDF of the original book so that you can follow along withscreen shots that look more like your version of Excel.This material is copyright 2005 by Bill Jelen. All rights reserved. This is anexcerpt from Learn Excel from MrExcel (ISBN 978-1-932802-12-2). Theexcerpt is made available to customers who own the 2nd edition: LearnExcel 2007 from MrExcel (ISBN 978-1-932802-27-6).If you have this file without owning a copy of the book, please visit MrExcel.com to sign up for the free preview offer so that you can obtain otherchapters from either book.