A Complete Guide to PivotTables: A Visual Approach, 1st by Paul Cornell, Dominic Shakeshaft (Editor)

By Paul Cornell, Dominic Shakeshaft (Editor)

Pivot Tables are robust information research instruments, but so much Excel clients do not use them to their fullest capability. a whole consultant to PivotTables indicates you why Pivot Tables are so flexible for facts research and the way you could leverage Pivot Tables to speedily spot developments and make quick enterprise judgements on mountains of knowledge. a sequence of step by step tutorials and lots of pattern enterprise facts might help you get efficient with Pivot Tables speedy and simply.

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Click OK again. The list is sorted by day and then by store, as shown in Figure 1-30. Figure 1-30: Visitors sorted by day and then by store (panes have been split for readability) As you can see, cells D2 through D11 were copied into the Crosstabs worksheet in cells B4 through B13 and so on for each day's numbers. Create the Totals Row Now that you have the individual numbers copied over into the crosstab table, creating the Totals row to summarize the numbers in the crosstab table is straightforward as well: 1.

Note A page field allows you to filter the entire PivotTable report to display data for a single data subcategory. For example, you might want to view retail sales by geographic region across the rows and then by calendar month across the columns. The page field would allow you to filter the data even further, for example, viewing retail sales in the PivotTable by both geographic region and calendar month only for a particular product category. To specify the ranges that you want to consolidate, select each range in turn and then click the Add button.

Figure 1-31: A blank PivotTable Use Subtotals in a PivotTable Now you'll see how much easier it is to not only recreate the subtotals as we did in the "Analyze Data Using Subtotals" exercise earlier in this chapter, but see the PivotTable create additional subtotals automatically for us as we go. Show Visitor Subtotals by Region First, display visitor subtotals for each of the four geographic regions. 1. In the PivotTable Field List, click Region. 2. In the Add To list, select Row Area. 3. Click Add To.

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