Chapter_4_Pivot_Tables_Tutorial - Chapter 4: Excel Tutorial...

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Chapter 4: Excel Tutorial (Creating and Using Macros, and Using the RoundUp Function) After completing the tutorial, you will be able to create your own pivot tables in Excel. Pivot tables are used in Excel to summarize and evaluate data. Pivot tables allow the user to select a data set that the individual would like to alter. This feature allows the user to look at the data in different ways without altering the actual data set. In this tutorial you will use the information provided below, that is related to the self-study problem presented on page 103. Creating and Using Pivot Tables— the following steps can be used to create a pivot table that in turn, can be used to evaluate various data sets with ease. By exploring the pivot tables within Excel you can use this feature to perform many different summations and calculations. This tutorial will only show you a simple version of a pivot table. Usually information is given to you to analyze from a database.
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2012 for the course ACCOUNTING 5450 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '12 term at Colorado Technical University.

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Chapter_4_Pivot_Tables_Tutorial - Chapter 4: Excel Tutorial...

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