[Free ebook]Excel 2016 PivotTables And PowerPivot: Supports Excel 2010, 2013, And 2016 (Excel 2016 Level 4) (Volume 4)-Jeff Hutchinson - KING OF EXCEL

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[Free ebook]Excel 2016 PivotTables And PowerPivot: Supports Excel 2010, 2013, And 2016 (Excel 2016 Level 4) (Volume 4)-Jeff Hutchinson

[Free ebook]Excel 2016 PivotTables And PowerPivot: Supports Excel 2010, 2013, And 2016 (Excel 2016 Level 4) (Volume 4)-Jeff Hutchinson



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This Step-By-Step Workbook will guide you through the PivotTable features including PowerPivot, PowerQuery, PowerView, and PowerMap Add-ins. It can be used by a beginner to understand PivotTables, and an advanced student to learn the PowerPivot capabilities of Excel. Included are over 140 Practice Exercises that demonstrate how to use Excel concepts. They can also be used as a reference guide to quickly look up specific topics.

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Enter one of the following keywords: PivotCharts, PivotTable, Add-In, PowerPivot, PowerView, PowerQuery, PowerMap, etc.
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The PivotTable chapter will answer the basic question “Why do you want to use a PivotTable?” Once you understand “why,” you will have a deeper appreciation for its capabilities. PivotTables are very similar in all versions; however, new features have been added to Excel 2013 and 2016. The following topics will be covered:
  • Filtering - This will allow you to focus on required records and reduce the amount of data available.
  • Formatting - This will review many Excel formatting features as well as some custom PivotTable commands.
  • PivotCharts - This will allow you to chart information for better understanding.
  • Layout Adjustments - This will allow you to arrange and adjust fields in order to focus on the most valuable information.
  • Calculations - Calculations can be internal or external to the PivotTable.
The Business Intelligence tools include The PowerPivot, PowerView, PowerQuery and PowerMap. They are Add-In features in Excel 2010/2013 which means they must be downloaded from the Microsoft website, installed on your computer, and added using the Add-In feature in the Excel Options menu. In Excel 2016, they are a standard Add-In feature which means you do not need to download and install. All of these tools will provide the capabilities to analyze data and better understand information in an Excel workbook. The following topics will be covered:
  • PowerPivot - Students will need to understand PivotTables in order to use the PowerPivot features effectively. This is a technique used to create relationships between sheets similar to Access databases.
  • PowerView - This is a new way to generate reports from an Excel sheet.
  • PowerQuery - This is a tool used to extract and filter information from a data source prior to saving to an Excel sheet.
  • PowerMap - This is a technique used to build charts on a map of the world indicating population or revenue.
Design Strategy
This workbook is designed in conjunction with an Online-Instructor-Led course (for more information see: www.elearnlogic.com). There are many Step-By-Step Practice Exercises and more comprehensive Student Projects offered to help students better understand concepts. Furthermore, they will find that this workbook/guide can often be used as a reference to help them understand concepts quickly and thoroughly. An index is also provided on the last page to reference important topics as necessary. However, if more detail is needed for study, the Internet can be used, as well, to search a concept. Also, if student’s skills are weak due to lack of implementation, they can refresh their knowledge quickly by visually scanning concepts of choice, and then testing them out using the application.

About the Author

Jeff Hutchinson is a computer instructor teaching a variety of classes around the country. He has a BS degree from BYU in Computer-Aided Engineering and has worked in the Information Technology field supporting and maintaining computers for many years. He also previously owned a computer training and consulting firm in San Francisco, California. After selling his business in 2001, he has continued to work as an independent computer instructor/consultant around the country. Jeff Hutchinson lives in Utah and also provides training for Utah Valley University Community Education system, offering valuable computer skills for the general knowledge of students, career development, and career advancement. Understanding the technology and the needs of students has been the basis for developing this material. Jeff Hutchinson can be contacted at jeffhutch@elearnlogic.com or (801) 376-6687.

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