Microsoft Excel - Maximizing Pivot Tables

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to examine and manipulate raw data through the use of Microsoft Office Excel PivotTables and PivotCharts.
This course is aimed at information workers who need to learn more in-depth techniques of using PivotTables.
Before attending this course, students must have:
Taken the Windows XP Level 1 course or have the basic skills and knowledge of Windows applications
Be an intermediate user of Microsoft Excel
Understand the benefits of PivotTable Reports
Convert raw data in an Excel worksheet into meaningful PivotTables and PivotCharts
Manipulate the PivotTable layout
Use Grouping
Create Custom Calculations
Use Formulas and create formulas outside of a report
Create a PivotChart and publish it to a Web site
Course Outline:
Lesson 1: Make Your Data Work for You
Maximize the Power of PivotTable
Ask the Questions
Get the Answers
Lesson 2: A Quick Tour
Determine What You Need to Know
The Source is Important
Ready, Set, Go
The PivotTable Layout
What Goes Where
Result of our PivotTable
Viewing Our Data Differently
Lesson 3: Manipulating the PivotTable
Rearrange the Layout
What We Get
Add a New Field
Remove a Field
Rename a Field
Format Numbers
Change the Sort Order and Top 10 AutoShow
Refresh Data
Lesson 4: Digging Deeper
Create a Quarterly Group
Group Data Manually
Display Subtotals
Hide/Display Grand total
Format a PivotTable Report
Use a Slicer
Format a Slicer
Lesson 5: Beyond the Basics
Creating a Second Data Field
Use Count to Summarize Data
Display Numerical Data as a Percentage of the Total
Create a Custom Calculation
More Functions in Custom Calculation
Lesson 6: Move PivotTable Calculations
Using Formulas
Create a Calculated Field
Create a Calculated Item
Use PivotTable Data Outside the Report
Turn off GetPivotData Function
Lesson 7: Optional Topics
Create a PivotChart Report
Publish PivotTable Reports to the Web
Use Multiple Ranges as Source Data

Length of Class: 
One Day
Instructor-led or Online: