Pivot Table Excel Tutorials

If you are finding yourself writing lots of formulas to summaries data in Excel then Pivot Tables can save you a lot of time and work and give you insights into your data that are otherwise too hard to discover. Pivot Tables are interactive tables that allow the user to group and summarize large amounts of data in a concise, tabular format for easier reporting and analysis. Pivot tables are a lot easier to grasp when you see them in action. They can sort, count, and total the data, and are available in a variety of spreadsheet programs.

Learn how to create Pivot Table using Excel in this Pivot Table tutorial.

Create Pivot Table in Excel

How to Manually Create a Pivot Table in Excel 2013

To manually create a new pivot table from the worksheet with the data to be analyzed, position the cell pointer somewhere in the cells of this list, and then click the PivotTable command button on the Ribbon’s Insert tab or press Alt+NV.

How To Create a Pivot Tables in Excel 2007

There are several ways to build a pivot table in Excel 2007. Excel has logic that knows the field type and will try to place it in the correct row or column if you check the box. For example, numeric data such as Precinct counts tends to appear to the right in columns. Textual data, such as Party would appear in rows.

How to Create Pivot Table in Excel

This lesson will show you how to create a simple pivot table in Excel to summaries a set of daily sales data for a team of several sales people.

How to Filter Pivot Tables with Timelines in Excel 2013

To create a timeline for your pivot table, select a cell in your pivot table and then click the Insert Timeline button in the Filter group on the Analyze contextual tab under the PivotTable Tools tab on the Ribbon.

How to Add calculated field to Pivot Table in Excel

Calculated field allows the user to insert a new data field into the pivot table – one which does not exist in the base data but gets its value from a formula. The formula in turn can include existing fields, numbers and other arithmetical operators.

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