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Use Pivot Tables to Organize, Summarize, and Analyze Data (VOMC)

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Field of Study
Computer Software & Applications
Level
Intermediate
Credits
5
Qualifies For
CPE



Price:  $49.99
This course will help you get out from all of that data. It will show you how to quickly organize and summarize your data so that you can analyze it. The course covers everything that you need to know about pivot tables. It starts with having you create a pivot table and then modify and format it. It discusses how to drill down as well as how to create multiple reports from one pivot table. It also discusses how to create and add other formulas and items to an existing pivot table. Finally, it shows you how to update your pivot table with new data without recreating it every time. This is one of, if not the best, feature in Excel. Pivot Tables are a huge time saver if you are working with lots of data.

Additional information

Credits

5

Format

Self-Study Download

Company Code

Self Study

Yellow Book Approved

0

CFP Approved

0

IRS Approved

0

CTEC Approved

0

Field of Study Credits

Computer Software & Applications (Non-Technical) (5)

Field of Study Department

Computer Software & Applications (Non-Technical)

Course Version

2019-01

CPE Approved

1

Pre-requistes:

None

Knowledge Level:

Intermediate

Major Topics:

  • Overview of Pivot Tables
  • Creating a Pivot Table
  • Rearranging a Pivot Table
  • Modify a Pivot Table
  • Sorting and Grouping with a Pivot Tables
  • PivotTable Calculations
  • Auto Formatting a Pivot Table
  • Pivot Table Charts

Learning Objectives:


  • Identify a PivotTable and its components and defaults
  • Identify the steps needed to create a Pivot Table
  • Recognize the steps needed to modify and format a pivot table
  • Recognize how to use and modify slicers
  • Recognize how to create fields, items and calculations in a Pivot Table
  • Identify how to change and or update underlying data
  • Recognize how to create a PivotTable Charta and how it differs from a regular chart
  • Identify methods to update a pivot table and locate its data source

Designed For:

Users with intermediate Excel experience (designed for users of Excel 2016 and is not intended for 2007 or earlier versions of Excel)
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