1 Hour Live Virtual Training on Excel: Pivot Tables Crash Course
Training TypeLive Training
About the Course
Pivot Tables are a “data summary” tool useful in data analysis spreadsheets.
Excel Pivots can be a little confusing until you learn the handy tips in this webinar that will bolster your confidence when summarizing data.
Have you been leery of Pivot Tables because you might break them? You might “lose data”? Or you just don’t understand how they work?
Attend this webinar for a crash course in Pivot Tables and you’ll be amazed how often you will use Pivots afterwards.
Pivot Tables have been a mainstay of the Excel program for two decades, and yet they remain a daunting and little understood tool. If you are a daily user of Excel, then at some point you will be faced with the challenge of data summaries and analysis. The 1st level of that process is sorting and filtering. And the 2nd level is Pivot Tables. Without them, you will be spinning your wheels trying to make sense of data.
In this crash course, Andy Lanning will take you from intro to advanced; with many tips and tricks along the way!
This course will demonstrate the Pivot Table window, the design process, the advanced level features, and also provided is a downloadable PDF guide with step-by-step instructions on each feature covered.
You will see various Pivot Table and dashboard examples in order to provide ideas on handling different projects and data sets.
Take this course and benefit from Andy Lanning’s 20+ years of experience. At the finish, you will realize how hard you have worked without Pivot Tables helping you through your projects, and soon rejoice at your new-found expertise!
Quickly summarize data with Pivot Tables
Manipulate (or Pivot) the Pivot Table for varying results
Group data by custom number ranges and data ranges
Create a calculated field within the Pivot table
Learn the built in “Summarize By…” features
Learn how to “drill down” to details
Learn how to keep your Pivot table spreadsheet tidy
Learn why named ranges are a benefit, and why Excel ‘tables’ can be a drawback to producing multiple Pivot Tables
Create Dashboard tools to assist others who might use the workbook
Attach Pivot charts to the tables and Dashboard items
Apply design technique for presentation of data
Learn the little known – but vital - Pivot Table settings that will save time and frustration
Who is the Target Audience?
Anyone that is using data sets and has the need to organize data into a presentable, summarized format Accountants
Logistics & Supply Chain
A good understanding of Excel and daily use of Excel tools
|10 Jun 2021||Thu (1 Day)||10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (PT)|