Pivot Table Excel Tutorial



Learn how to use PivotTables in Excel with this step-by-step tutorial for beginners. Find out how to insert pivot tables and how to use recommended pivot tables. Learn what filter, column, row, and value mean. See how to use calculated fields to quickly analyze data in a pivot table. See how to summarize and show your values in different ways. Lastly, learn how to insert pivot charts, what defer layout update means, and how to access Excel for free online using office.com.

In this tutorial, I use Excel that comes with Office 365; however, this should also work with all previous versions of Excel, like Excel 2019, Excel 2016, Excel 2013, Excel 2010, Excel 2007, and Excel 2003.

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21 Replies to “Pivot Table Excel Tutorial”

  1. Access the sample data in the spreadsheet here: https://1drv.ms/x/s!AmxrofZZlZ-wg_xUE4vA3D_5qdbRjA
    Other Excel Videos & Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlKpQrBME6xLYoubjOqowzcCCd0ivQVLY

  2. Is anyone else having difficulty with "Sum of Price"? When I do it, it becomes Count of Price and when i change it to sum I get 0's

  3. Hi.
    Very easy to follow.
    I have been avoiding pivot tables till now! For me they are the least understood part of excel!
    Thank you.

  4. Have an interview Wednesday that requires knowing about pivot tables! You actually made learning this exciting! Thank you ☺️🙌🏽

  5. Prepping for a job interview, and this made me feel a lot more confident about my changes of getting the job. Thanks!

  6. Kevin, you’re so calm and patient and explain it so thoroughly! You could be a driving instructor 👍😂👨‍🏫

  7. Trying to visualize my expenses for personal budgeting. Apparently pie charts don't work well with long lists of categorized transactions. Thanks!

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