Excel in Microsoft Excel 3 Pivot Tables Intro Masterclass

Create data analysis in Excel using Pivot Tables with just a few clicks, together with summary Pivot Charts. Exam 70-779
Excel in Microsoft Excel 3 Pivot Tables Intro Masterclass
File Size :
4.34 GB
Total length :
5h 56m


Phillip Burton


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Excel in Microsoft Excel 3 Pivot Tables Intro Masterclass

What you’ll learn

Create Pivot Tables with a just a few clicks, simply and quickly.
Maintain and expand Pivot Tables.
Update data sources, and maintain formatting during refreshes.
Create Pivot Charts in a few simple clicks.
Know and use about the more advanced features, and create advanced Pivot Tables.
Find out how much powerful it is, and how quickly it can improve your data analysis.

Excel in Microsoft Excel 3 Pivot Tables Intro Masterclass


You should be able to open and save Microsoft spreadsheets. You should also be able to enter data.
That’s it! We’ll create our first Pivot Table in just a couple of minutes – that’s all.


Review:”The knowledge of the teacher is impressive, and he knows how to teach. The speed of the course is just right. And going thru the exercises after each one is great. I only have one word for the teacher and the way he’s presenting the course WOW!!!” — Daniel SandbergThis course covers one of the most useful, but scariest-sounding, functions in Microsoft Excel; PIVOT TABLES.It sounds difficult, but in fact can be done in just a few clicks. We’ll do our first one in a couple of minutes – that’s all it takes. We’ll also add a chart as well in that time.After only these first few minutes, you will be streets ahead of anyone who doesn’t know anything about Pivot Tables – it is really that important.After this introduction, we’ll go into some detail into how to set up your Pivot Table – the initial data, and the various options that are available to you. We will go into advanced options that most people don’t even know about, but which are very useful.By the end, you will be an Expert user of Pivot Tables, able to create reliable analyses which are able to be drilled-down quickly, and you’ll be able to help others with their data analysis.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Welcome

Lecture 2 Welcome to Udemy

Lecture 3 Curriculum

Lecture 4 Do you want auto-translated subtitles in more languages?

Lecture 5 Introduction to Udemy

Section 2: Creating our first PivotTable and PivotChart

Lecture 6 Our first PivotTable

Lecture 7 PivotTable Menus

Lecture 8 Our first PivotChart

Lecture 9 PivotChart Menus and An Introduction to Practice Activity 1

Lecture 10 Practice Activity Number 1

Lecture 11 Answer to Practice Activity 1

Section 3: Expanding our PivotTable

Lecture 12 Source data requirements

Lecture 13 Adding additional values

Lecture 14 Recommended PivotTables

Lecture 15 Moving PivotTable

Lecture 16 Refresh PivotTable – why it doesn’t auto-update

Lecture 17 Extracting data

Lecture 18 Sorting

Lecture 19 Practice Activity Number 2

Lecture 20 Answer to Practice Activity 2

Section 4: Going deeper in our PivotTable

Lecture 21 Adding additional row fields

Lecture 22 Different layouts – Compact, Outline and Tabular

Lecture 23 Blank Rows

Lecture 24 Group Records

Lecture 25 Showing or hiding additional detail – the +/- buttons

Lecture 26 Adding columns

Lecture 27 Adding page fields

Lecture 28 Adding filters

Lecture 29 Changing source

Lecture 30 Using a table source

Lecture 31 Final options

Lecture 32 Introduction to Practice Activity 3

Lecture 33 Practice Activity Number 3

Lecture 34 Answers to Practice Activity 3

Section 5: Modify field selections

Lecture 35 Change aggregate (COUNT, MIN, MAX)

Lecture 36 Repeat All

Lecture 37 Using Conditional Formatting to hide Repeat All

Lecture 38 Grand Totals

Lecture 39 Adding subtotals

Lecture 40 Show items with no data

Lecture 41 Other field settings

Lecture 42 Practice Activity Number 4

Lecture 43 Answers to Practice Activity 4

Section 6: PivotTable Options

Lecture 44 Layout

Lecture 45 Totals & Filters, and Alt Text

Lecture 46 Display

Lecture 47 Print

Lecture 48 Data

Lecture 49 Practice Activity Number 5

Lecture 50 Answers to Practice Activity 5

Section 7: Slicers (Excel 2010 and later)

Lecture 51 Create slicers

Lecture 52 Identifying impossible options, and selecting more than one option at once.

Lecture 53 Join to multiple PivotTables

Lecture 54 Options

Lecture 55 Practice Activity Number 6

Lecture 56 Answer to Practice Activity 6

Section 8: Dates and Timeline

Lecture 57 Aggregates

Lecture 58 Group by time period

Lecture 59 Timelines

Lecture 60 Practice Activity Number 7

Lecture 61 Answer to Practice Activity 7

Section 9: Formatting

Lecture 62 Formatting number values

Lecture 63 Custom Formatting – number formatting

Lecture 64 Custom Formatting – dates and text

Lecture 65 Custom Formatting – sections and colors

Lecture 66 Conditional Formatting – Highlighting cells

Lecture 67 Conditional Formatting – Data Bars and Color Sets

Lecture 68 Formatting printing

Lecture 69 Styles

Lecture 70 Practice Activity Number 8

Lecture 71 Answer to Practice Activity 8

Section 10: Advanced calculations

Lecture 72 Percentage of total

Lecture 73 Percentage of total – Advanced

Lecture 74 Cumulative totals

Lecture 75 Index

Lecture 76 Difference from

Lecture 77 Calculated fields

Lecture 78 Calculated Items

Section 11: PivotCharts

Lecture 79 Relationship of PivotChart with PivotTable

Lecture 80 Options and Styles

Lecture 81 Bubble charts

Section 12: Conclusion

Lecture 82 Thank you for joining me

Lecture 83 Bonus Lecture

This is for you if you have ever heard of the “Pivot Table”, but didn’t know what it is or how to use it.,This is also for you if you use PivotTables, and want to go deeper. Much deeper. :-),We’ll also go into the more advanced functions, and create charts as well, quickly and easily.

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 5h 56m | 4.34 GB
Created by: Phillip Burton

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