Course Content

If you are facing any issue in playing video please use Firefox browser.

Course Content

Description

How to Manipulate Pivot Table in MS Excel

Now we will see that how we can do manipulating pivot table in MS Excel.

Our PivotTable fields table is easily movable and resizable.

Now suppose if we make any change in our source data, and we want to see that change made in our pivot table then we can go to pivot table tools option and inside that analyze column will be there, in which we will use the 'Refresh' option which will then change the old data to newer edited data.

Now suppose if we do not want to have subtotals in our pivot table, then we can simply go to design column in pivot table tools and select 'Subtotals' option and mark 'Do not show subtotals' option.

We can group our data as per our requirement by dragging the pivot table fields from one area to another according to our preference. We can also group them as we want.

We can also design our pivot table, by selecting different options like header row, column headers, banded rows, and banded columns etc...

So this is how we can manipulate our pivot table in MS Excel.

FAQs

Click a cell in the source data or table range. Go to Insert > PivotTable. Manipulate in Excel will display the Create PivotTable dialog with your range selected. In the Choose where you want the PivotTable report to be placed section, select a location for your report on your worksheet or create a new sheet altogether. Excel's pivot table functionality is one of the most powerful tools in its arsenal, but it can be complicated to use for inexperienced users. Manipulate in Excel simplifies the process by giving you access to pivot table features that are easy to use. With Manipulate in Excel, you can create a pivot table, enter data into your source cells, click a cell in your data range, and instantly go to Insert > PivotTable.

Creating a pivot table is the first step to analyzing your data. This spreadsheet function allows you to summarize data into tables that are easy to read, understand, and analyze. You can also use pivot tables to analyze data in Excel using formulas. The formula for creating a pivot table is =INDEX($D$2:$H$10,ROW($D$2:$H$10)) or =INDEX(MATCH(A1,C2:C11),ROW(MATCH(A1,C2:C11))Pivot tables are an important tool when it comes to business data analysis. They allow us to view data from multiple angles in one single spreadsheet. The article provides instructions for creating a basic pivot table, with instructions on what you should do when you have multiple columns of data in your spreadsheet, which is a common scenario when using Excel.

Pivot tables in Excel are used to generate and analyze data. You can use pivot tables to analyze how values change over time and across values. It allows for easy comparison of values across rows or columns, filtering out certain values from the data, grouping them into categories of interest, and doing more complex calculations with them.

Recommended Courses

Share With Friend

Have a friend to whom you would want to share this course?

Download The Apps

App Preview Image
App QR Code Image
Code Scan or Download the app
Google Play Store
297K+ Downloads
App Download Section Circle 1
4.5 Rating
App Download Section Circle 2
10K+ Reviews
App Download Section Circle 3
  • Learn anywhere on the go
  • Get regular updates about your enrolled or new courses
  • Share content with your friends
  • Evaluate your progress through practice tests
  • No internet connection needed
  • Enroll for the webinar and join at the time of the webinar from anywhere