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Excel Pivot Tables- 10114927

# Excel Pivot Tables- 10114927

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LEARN EXCEL FROM MR EXCEL
Result:
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.
Summary:
A couple of formulas with IF functions help to snap this datainto shape.
Commands Discussed:
=IF(); =LEFT(); =MID()
USE A PIVOT TABLETO SUMMARIZE DETAILED DATA
Problem:
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

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Part 3: WRANGLING DAT
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Strategy:
Use a pivot table. As Excel’s most powerful feature, pivottables are well suited to this type of analysis. Follow these steps.1) Ensure that your data is in list format. It is important that everyheading be unique.2) Select a single cell in the database. From the Data menu, selectPivot Table and Pivot Chart Report….3) Choose Next in Wizard Step 1 to conﬁrm that your data is in Excel,as shown in Fig. 842.4) In Step 2, Excel’s intellisense will guess the range of your data. Itis usually correct. Choose Next, as shown in Fig. 843.
Fig. 842 Fig. 843

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5) In Wizard Step 3, choose the Layout button in the lower left corner,as shown in Fig. 844. You will now see the powerful layout dialog. As shown in Fig. 845, allof your available ﬁelds are along the right side of the dialog. On the leftside of the dialog is a template where you can drop various ﬁelds.
Fig. 844 Fig. 845

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