The PivotTable function allows you to analyse and visualise data in various ways that can provide amazing insights. If you have never used pivot tables in Excel or would like to build on your basic knowledge, you're in the right place.
Even Excel has its limitations. When combining tables, manipulating large datasets over one million rows, or selecting data from multiple sources, Excel will struggle. It can be frustrating to have Excel quit unexpectedly or run extremely slowly or time out and need a forced shutdown!
So, what happens if you have over one million rows (1,048,576 to be exact) of data? You use Power Pivots.
Excel is still the world’s favourite business software. 750 million knowledge workers use it for at least half an hour every single working day, and Microsoft CEO Sadya Nadella believes it’s still the most important Microsoft software. So it made sense for someone to make a list of the 100 Definitive Most Useful Excel Tips.
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