Summarizing and Slicing Data

An introduction to the use of pivot tables in Excel
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Module: Preparation - Lesson 3 [0:54]
Forget about how it looks
When it comes to data, the presentation comes later.

If you keep data in table format, it becomes usable - for summaries and analysis. Printing and reports come later (and will likely be based on summaries, anyway).
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