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Wed 19 Jun 2024

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Excel 365: Pivot Tables (In Person Face to Face)


This course offers an introduction to the power and time-saving value of PivotTables and will appeal to anyone who analyses data in Excel, come and explore their magic. People who get Pivot Table under their belt cannot imagine the usage of Excel without them. If pivot tables and their capacity are a mystery to you, this course is for you.

  • This is the In Person Face to Face version of the Live Online Excel: Pivot Tables course.

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Target audience
  • All current Cambridge University members (departments and colleges)
  • Further details regarding eligibility criteria are available
Topics covered
  • Prepping your data
  • Make a Pivot Table from a Data Source
  • Benefits of converting the Data Source to a Table
  • Create a Pivot Table in a new worksheet
  • Slicer’s
  • Timeline Slicer
  • Formatting Values
  • Design Options
  • Conditional Formatting
  • Pivot Charts
  • At the completion of this course you should be able to:
  • Understand how best to prepare your data prior to creating a Pivot Table
  • Make a Pivot Table from a Data Source
  • Understand the benefits of converting the Data Source to a Table
  • Create a Pivot Table in a new worksheet
  • Use Slicer’s
  • Use a Timeline Slicer
  • Format Values
  • Understand Design Options
  • Use Conditional Formatting
  • Apply a Pivot Chart
  • Presentation, demonstration and practical activities
Taught using
  • Excel 365 on Microsoft Windows
  • The course will be taught using Excel 365 on PCs but will also be suitable for Excel 2016/2019 users. Apple Mac users of Outlook should also find it useful.
  • Course files can be downloaded here
  • One session of two and a half hours (approximately)
  • Termly
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