Microsoft Excel: PivotTables & PivotCharts
Setting up and Using a PivotTable, Creating a PivotChart
PivotTables let you quickly and effortlessly organize and analyze your data in countless ways, often with no formula writing involved. Even better, with a click of a button you can create a chart from the PivotTable that makes sense! In this session we’ll discuss the critical first step to creating a PivotTable, how to get started, and the many options available for seeing your data. These elements will apply to any version of Microsoft Office that you are using! If they're located in a different version, I try my best to point you in the right direction.
This is the fifth and final session in our A Better Way to Use Excel course but can be watched alone, if this is all you need right now.
Janet Jackson founded Organization Solutions in 2001, with a simple mission to help others become more organized. It has since evolved into a successful consulting practice helping businesses and organizations implement more efficient workflow processes and business solutions. The launching of this new site “A Better Way To…” is designed to allow you to benefit from Janet’s solutions and training in a virtual setting.
With a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Taylor University and second major in Psychology, she combines her education, experience, profound knowledge of Microsoft Office© and natural gift for organizing to bring increased efficiency to individuals and organizations. Her clients include government agencies, small business, non-profit organizations and manufacturing operations.
Janet’s professional and community associations include the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), NAPO Golden Circle Distinction, BBB Accreditation and Women in Business Networking.
Whether working with individuals to help them manage their day or with organizations to find process improvements, there is a common thread you will find in whatever Janet does, and that’s helping you find a better way.