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Demystifying Pivot Tables: Site Presents Simple Tutorial How to Create Pivot Tables in Excel

Many people in the workplace have heard of Pivot Tables, but don’t really know how to use them. They often try to learn, using trial and error, but end up wasting valuable time in the office, when they could read a free tutorial online with an example that’s available to download. This is what the Pivot Tables in Excel tutorial seeks to achieve.

 

London, England -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/30/2014 -- The website Pivot Tables in Excel has released a tutorial that seeks to show how to use this tool with efficiency and success.

The publishers start by demonstrating that along with vlookups, Pivot Tables are among two of the most useful functions in Excel. They explain that the motivation for this tutorial is founded on the fact that the website How to Vlookup in Excel was originally set up due to the numerous occasions that people got stuck with vlookups in the office.

After launching to positive reviews, many visitors praised the simple, concise and straightforward method taught on the vlookup site and then asked for a tutorial on Pivot Tables. Hence the reason the site Pivot Tables in Excel was born.

There is clear indication that employees in the workplace often work with large amounts of data but are not sure of the best way to summarise the data in order to present the “bigger picture” to top level management. Some managers do not want to know what is happening with every single product in the company, but just want an over-view of how different groups of products or services are performing.

About Pivot Tables In Excel
Pivot Tables In Excel is a website that is exclusively dedicated to demonstrating how to use Pivot Tables in Microsoft Excel. The website presents a simple step by step process with screenshots to assist the user at each step, as well as a file available for users to download. It also covers problems that users are likely to experience when using Pivot Tables

About Pivot Tables
Pivot Tables provide an easy and straightforward way of summarising large amounts of data in Microsoft Excel. They allow users to step back and focus on the important insights from data and are often used when reporting to Managers in the workplace. Knowing how to use pivot tables is a desirable employment skill to have.

More information can be found online at http://pivottablesinexcel.com/