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Online Training Excel Deep Dive: Pivot Tables Workshop
Master Excel Pivot Tables and save the world! This course discusses one of the most powerful tools of the Office Ninja’s arsenal, Excel Pivot Tables and how to use pivot tables. It’s potential for analyzing and summarizing data is legnendary, but few have mastered its intricacies. Through a series of easy to follow lessons on how to use pivot table in excel, you will be introduced to the concepts, techniques and powerful features of this mysterious excel tool, and can follow along with each step with the included sample file. We will cover: Pivot Table Concepts Creating A Pivot Table Modifying Pivot Table Elements Filtering Extraneous Data (the Slicer tool) Creating Multiple Pivot Tables Creating Pivot Charts Advanced Analysis Techniques Learn how to use pivot table in excel today.
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