Streamlined Excel Reporting Series Session 2: Working with PivotTables
In part 2 of this webcast series, we will compare formula-based reports with PivotTables.
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This is part 2 of a 4 part series.
This session begins by comparing the formula-based reports we built at the end of the EAP series to PivotTables. We'll dig into the details between these two report types so that you are comfortable applying them to specific workbooks. This session is really fun because we create two versions of many reports, one version with formulas and the other with PivotTables so that you are comfortable replacing formula-based reports with PivotTables when appropriate.
- All accounting and finance professionals
- Identify the three PivotTable report layout formats
- Recall the operator that causes Excel to create absolute structured table references
- Distinguish between calculated fields and calculated items
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