Consolidating data in excel 2016
Learn how to use Pivot Tables to summarize, sort, count, and chart your data in Microsoft Excel 2016.
Author Curt Frye shows you how to navigate the complexity of Pivot Tables while taking advantage of their power.
Most of the time when you create a Pivot table in Excel 2013 or Excel 2016, you’ll use a data list, or an Excel table.
There might be some different worksheets (or workbooks) that you have in your collection with data arranged differently, but you’ll still want to create a pivot table.
In this tutorial, we will use the consolidating sample file. The workbook contains four worksheets, and all those worksheets are data collections that you can use to combine into a Pivot Table.
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