Pivot Tables are one of the most powerful features of Microsoft Excel. They allow you to analyze more than 1 million rows of data with just a few mouse clicks, show the results in an easy to read table, highlight key information to management and include graphs for your monthly presentations.

Despite their hidden gems, Pivot Tables are feared by more than 95% of Excel users worldwide.

Why is that?

In legacy versions of Excel, Pivot Tables were hidden deep inside the menu tabs and there was never any instructions on how to use its rich features.  Sure there are plenty of books out there but who has the time to muddle through pages of highly technical literature?

Well, I have!

I have spent the last 12 months reading most of the Pivot Table books available on Amazon, searching through articles and video tutorials online to come up with this comprehensive but short 1 hour webinar tutorial.

In this Excel Pivot Table tutorial you will learn the most important tools within a Pivot Table for Microsoft Excel 2016, 2013, 2010 or 2007  – for Beginners or Advanced users.   I am using Excel 2010 in this tutorial but you can also apply what I teach in Excel versions 2007, 2013 and 2016.

In no time you will be able to analyze lots of data and tell a story in a quick and interactive way, learn how to build stunning Excel Dashboards and get noticed by top management & prospective employers.

Join this free 1 hour Excel Pivot Table Webinar Training Course below & get better at Excel:

FreeMicrosoft Excel Pivot Tables Online Tutorial

 

In this free Excel Pivot Table webinar training course you will learn the following:

*** CREATE AN EXCEL PIVOT TABLE ***
Tabular format
No gaps in the data
Use Excel Tables
Create a Pivot Table

*** FORMAT A PIVOT TABLE ***
Refresh a Pivot Table upon data change
Number formatting
Pivot Table design

*** SUMMARIZE VALUES BY: COUNT & AVERAGE ***
Summarize by Count
Summarize by Average

*** SHOW VALUES AS CALCULATIONS ***
Show Values As: Running Total In (Year To Date)
Show Values As: Difference From Previous Month

*** GROUPING A PIVOT TABLE ***
Grouping Numbers
Grouping Dates
Group by Text

*** INSERT AN EXCEL SLICER ***

*** INSERT A PIVOT CHART ***

*** CREATE AN INTERACTIVE EXCEL DASHBOARD ***

*** BONUS PIVOT TABLE TIPS ***
Value for empty cells
Auto fit column widths on update
Option to Refresh data
What’s due next month
Top 10
Expand Report filter to new worksheets

 

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Free Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables Online Tutorial

 

Feel free to leave a comment below if you have any queries about this Pivot Table tutorial or Excel in general, I am here to help you 🙂

To Your Success!

 

JOHN MICHALOUDIS

Chief Inspirational Officer

MyExcelOnline

 

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