Beginning PivotTables in Excel 2007: From Novice to Professional by Debra DalgleishBeginning PivotTables in Excel 2007: From Novice to Professional by Debra Dalgleish

Beginning PivotTables in Excel 2007: From Novice to Professional

byDebra Dalgleish

Paperback | September 26, 2007

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Beginning PivotTables in Excel 2007explains what PivotTables are, how you can benefit from using them, how to create them and modify them, and how to use their enhanced features. Using a Pivot Table in Microsoft Office Excel 2007 is a quick and exciting way to slice and dice a large amount of data.

  • Carefully explains the benefits of using Pivot Tables for fast data analysis
  • Provides a step-by-step approach to those new to Pivot Tables
  • Offers tips and tricks that cannot be found elsewhere
Debra Dalgleish is a computer consultant in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, serving local and international clients. Self-employed since 1985, she has extensive experience in designing complex Excel and Access applications, as well as sophisticated Word forms and documents. She has led hundreds of Microsoft Office corporate training sess...
Title:Beginning PivotTables in Excel 2007: From Novice to ProfessionalFormat:PaperbackDimensions:295 pages, 23.5 × 17.8 × 0.01 inPublished:September 26, 2007Publisher:APRESS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1590598903

ISBN - 13:9781590598900

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From the reviews:"The style of the book is very didactic. The book is best used as a step-by-step guide for performing all the operations needed to present data in a consistent way. Each chapter is full of figures and screen shots that support the topic being explained . which makes it very easy to reproduce them. . This book will be invaluable to any reader who is not an information technology (IT) professional, and could be asked . to present data in consistent way." (Andrea Paramithiotti, Computing Reviews, Vol. 50 (1), January, 2009)