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How to use Pivot Tables – Excel’s most powerful feature and also least known
A pivot table allows you to examine data more efficiently, it can summarize large amounts of data very quickly and is very easy to use.
Pivot Table calendar
This article demonstrates how to build a calendar in Excel. The calendar is created as a Pivot Table which makes […]
How to calculate totals of stock transactions based on dates
Did you know that you can use a pivot table to summarize portfolio holdings at any point in time? If you trade […]
Create monthly time sheet using a Pivot Table
Today I am going to demonstrate how amazing pivot tables are! Take a look at this time sheet. You can […]
Analyze trends using pivot tables
Table of Contents Introduction to pivot tables Create pivot table Group data Analyze data (pivot table) Compare performance, year to […]
Prepare data for Pivot Table – How to split concatenated values?
This article demonstrates a macro that allows you to rearrange and distribute concatenated values across multiple rows in order to […]
Disable autofit column widths for Pivot table
I read this interesting article Quick Trick: Resizing column widths in pivot tables on the Microsoft Excel blog. It is […]
Normalize data [VBA]
To be able to use a Pivot Table the source data you have must be arranged in way that a […]
Auto populate a worksheet
Rodney Schmidt asks: I am a convenience store owner that is looking to make a spreadsheet formula. I want this […]
Change PivotTable data source using a drop-down list
In this article, I am going to show you how to quickly change Pivot Table data source using a drop-down […]
Use hyperlinks in a pivot table
Sean asks: Basically, when I do a refresh of the data in the "pivotdata" worksheet, I need it to recognise […]
Count unique distinct values in an Excel Pivot Table
ExcelBeginner asks: I have a small problem that I am not sure on how to solve. I now have a […]
Auto refresh a pivot table
In a previous post: How to create a dynamic pivot table and refresh automatically I demonstrated how to refresh a pivot […]
Count unique distinct records (rows) in a Pivot Table
Excel 2013 allows you to count unique distinct values in a pivot table, this article explains how to use a […]
How to create a dynamic pivot table and refresh automatically
This article shows you how to refresh a pivot table automatically using a small VBA macro. If you add or delete […]
Extract a unique distinct list based on a condition [Pivot Table]
Anura asks: I have a list of credit card transactions showing the name of the cardholder, their Branch and the […]

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