In this lesson you can learn how to use pivot tables in Excel.
Excel can be used not only to the doing calculations and creating charts. Excel is also used for data analysis. You have a table with data about sales in the sample company.
Table columns are:
The table contains 2000 rows of data. How to read something with such a large amount of data? Use the Pivot Table.
Warning! The table does not contain any empty cells!
Create a Pivot Table begins from a ribbon. Go to the 'Insert'. Pivot Table is the first button on the left. Press it and select 'Pivot Table'. Another possibility is to use the keyboard shortcut ALT + N + V + T.
Dialog box appears. As a range, select the table. Pivot Table best to create a new worksheet.
There was a tool to create a Pivot Table.
How to use it? Simply move the fields you want to analyze.
Example - Pivot Table of revenues
You want to analyze how to handle individual sellers in different countries. In the field 'label lines' drag employee in the field 'column labels' countries, and the values will be for revenues.
Pivot Table that you created looks like this:
Incredible! Simple and quick. Data analysis is much easier thanks to Pivot Tables.
Pivot Tables are very useful. Learning how to use them will give you many opportunities.