Excel Pivot Tables Introduction To Dashboards The Step By Step Guide

Author: C. J. Benton
Publisher:
ISBN: 1541343212
Size: 14.68 MB
Format: PDF
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Learn how to create Pivot Tables quickly and easily with this step-by-step guide! Updated for Microsoft(r) Excel(r) 2016! This book provides easy to follow step-by-step examples with screenshots demonstrating how to create Pivot Tables and basic Dashboards. In just a few short hours, you'll learn how to: Organize and summarize data Format & filter Pivot Table results Create Pivot Charts Display averages & percentages Group data into predefined ranges Use Slicers Rank results Apply calculated fields Create Pivot Table reports from imported files And more! In addition to the above, you will also learn how to create, format, and update a basic Dashboard using Pivot Table data. Including how to incorporate charts and performance symbols into your reporting. A great resource for: Business Analysts Data Analysts Financial Analysts Administrative and Support staff Imagine the time you'll save by not having to search the internet or help files to learn the most practical ways of using one of Microsoft(r) Excel's(r) best features!

The Step By Step Guide To The 25 Most Common Microsoft Excel Formulas Features

Author: C. J. Benton
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1516960645
Size: 20.16 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Learn the 25 most common Microsoft(r) Excel(r) Formulas & Features quickly and easily with this detailed step-by-step guide! This book offers easy to follow examples with screenshots demonstrating how to use the 25 most common basic and intermediate Microsoft(r) Excel(r) formulas & features. The book is organized into 5 step-by-step sections, allowing you to grow your knowledge of Excel(r) at your own pace: Part 1 - Excel(r) Formula Fundamentals SUM, SUBTRACTION, MULTIPLICATION, & DIVISION AVERAGE MIN & MAX TODAY & NETWORKDAYS SUMIF Part 2 - Introduction to Pivot Tables How to create a basic Pivot Table Formatting Pivot Table results Inserting Pivot Charts Part 3 - Excel(r) Features Data Sorting Formula Trace Text-To-Columns Conditional Formatting & Filtering Part 4 - Text Functions LEN & TRIM CONCATENATE & MID PROPER, UPPER, & LOWER Part 5 - Logic & Lookup Formulas IF Nested IF VLOOKUP Imagine the time you'll save by not having to search the internet or help files to learn the most practical ways of using of Microsoft(r) Excel(r)! Book 1 in The Microsoft Excel Step-By-Step Training Guide Series Book 1 - The Step-By-Step Guide To The 25 Most Common Microsoft Excel Formulas & Features Book 2 - The Step-By-Step Guide To Pivot Tables & Introduction To Dashboards Book 3 - The Step-By-Step Guide To The VLOOKUP formula in Microsoft Excel Book 4 - The Microsoft Excel Step-By-Step Training Guide Book Bundle

The Step By Step Guide To The Vlookup Formula In Microsoft Excel

Author: s J Benton
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1517211247
Size: 19.33 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Learn VLOOKUP formulas quickly and easily with this step-by-step guide! This comprehensive book offers easy to follow examples with screenshots demonstrating how to use the VLOOKUP formula. The book is organized into 3 step-by-step sections, allowing you to grow your knowledge of the VLOOKUP formula at your own pace: VLOOKUP Basics: What the VLOOKUP formula does The parts of a VLOOKUP formula Detailed examples on how to use the VLOOKUP formula Taking the VLOOKUP Formula to the Next Level: Incorporating the IFERROR functionality into your VLOOKUP formula How to apply the VLOOKUP formula across multiple tabs How to apply the VLOOKUP formula across multiple workbooks In addition to the above, you will also learn how to troubleshoot and resolve common VLOOKUP errors, saving you hours of frustration! Reasons why you may be getting the #N/A error message Reasons why you may be getting the #REF error message Reasons why your VLOOKUP formula was working, but now you're getting the wrong values And more... Imagine the time you'll save, by not having to search the internet or help files to learn the most practical ways of using one of Microsoft(r) Excel's(r) best features.

Dashboarding And Reporting With Power Pivot And Excel

Author: Kasper de Jonge
Publisher: Tickling Keys, Inc.
ISBN: 9781615470273
Size: 11.73 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Microsoft’s revolutionary Power Pivot is a tool that allows users to create and transform data into reports and dashboards in new and much more powerful ways using the most-used analytical tool in the world: Excel. This book, written by a member of Microsoft’s Power Pivot team, provides a practical step by step guide on creating a financial dashboard. The book covers in detail how to combine and shape the relevant data, build the dashboard in Excel, providing layout and design tips and tricks, prepare the model to work with fiscal dates, and show values used in many financial reports, including year-to-date, variance-to-target, percentage-of-total, and running totals reports. Accessibly written, this book offers readers a practical, real-world scenario and can be used as a day-to-day reference. Though the guide focuses on Power Pivot for Excel 2010, a chapter that discusses Power View—compatible with Excel 2013— and Power BI is also included.

Administrator S Guide To Microsoft Office 2007 Servers

Author: J. Peter Bruzzese
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0132797119
Size: 12.92 MB
Format: PDF
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Explore the features, the installation, and the configuration of these seven new servers and gain a conceptual understanding of how your users will be working with them. Forms Server 2007 Groove Server 2007 Communications Server 2007 PerformancePoint Server 2007 Project Portfolio Server 2007 Project Server 2007 SharePoint® Server 2007 for Search Along with the release of Windows Vista and the revamped suite of Office 2007 products, Microsoft has released a line-up of new servers. Exchange Server 2007 and SharePoint® Server 2007 are two of the major players, but there are also seven additional Office 2007 Servers of which you may not be aware that can add productivity to your environment in a variety of ways. Each of the seven servers is unique and requires distinct assessment to determine if your company can benefit from any given server. This book provides you with the knowledge you need to determine the use of each server, the prerequisites and procedures of server installation, the post-installation configuration options so you can set it and forget it, and finally, a look at the client-side applications that interact with the new servers. Detailed information on how to… Install each of the seven Office 2007 Servers, including both standalone and server farm installation. Handle post-installation configuration options for each of the seven Office 2007 Servers. Create InfoPath forms to post to your InfoPath Forms Server. Work with the Groove client once your Groove Servers are in place. Communicate more efficiently within your company using a Communications Server and the new Communicator 2007 client. Handle larger projects through Project Professional 2007 with your new Project Server and Project Portfolio Server. Understand Business Intelligence (BI) in order to manage your company’s future through PerformancePoint Server. Improve your ability to search for content through your SharePoint Server for Search. J. Peter Bruzzese is an independent consultant and trainer for a variety of clients including CBT Nuggets, New Horizons, and ONLC.com. Over the past ten years Peter has worked for/with Goldman Sachs, CommVault Systems, and Microsoft, to name a few. He focuses on corporate training and has had the privilege of working with some of the best trainers in the business of computer education. In the past he specialized in Active Directory and Exchange instruction, as well as certification training. Peter is a contributor to Redmond Magazine, WindowsITPro magazine, and several tech sites, and a speaker for the MCP TechMentor Conferences. Ronald Barrett is the director of information technology for an accounting and financial services firm, while also serving as chairman for the Technology Executive Committee for CPAmerica, a national CPA network, consisting of 15,000+ professionals.

Introduction To Financial Reporting With Powerpivot

Author: Florent Cailly
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1517437563
Size: 17.87 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This book will take you through the step-by-step process of implementing PowerPivot by using universal examples such as the Balance Sheet, Income Statement and Statement of Cash Flows. Once you understand the basic concepts, you can create your own workbooks that are fully linked and automated such as an SEC reporting package, management reporting dashboards, KPI report cards, etc. Power Pivot is Business Intelligence add-in to Microsoft Excel which breaks through some of the limitations of traditional pivot tables. PowerPivot increases data capacity, improves calculations, and connects data from multiple sources. This book is dedicated to finance professionals who prefer clean and efficient spreadsheets with better control over data quality and consistency.