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Spreadsheets are a great way for data geeks to organize, display, and analyze information, but for “the rest of us” they can sometimes be a bit baffling.
Pivot tables are an exceptionally powerful tool within spreadsheets for presenting data, but they can be very confusing for novice users, particularly when you consider that the interfaces for creating the tables pretty much assume you already know everything there is to know about them.
Just click inside the pivot table to bring up the reporting pane, and play with the values there, and you can see all the different ways that you can configure your tables.
We can easily make this table show us the minimum or maximum sales price in a neighborhood, or how many houses sold per neighborhood, or any of a number of other ways to visualize the data. You can edit a pivot table just like you would any other spreadsheet.
That definition was probably not terribly helpful if you don’t already know how all of this works. Instead of trying to define it, let’s create a data table and then build a pivot table based on it, so that we can more clearly understand how this concept works.
Let’s say we have a real estate office, and we sold a number of houses last year in a few different neighborhoods.
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Right click on the sheet name where you placed the pivot table.
You just have to edit the data being used in a particular field for it to be reflected in the table.