# Excel PivotTables, PowerPivot, Power View, and Power Map with MrExcel LiveLessons (Video Training)

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### Lesson 1

Learn how to create your first PivotTable and then learn how to change that PivotTable! You'll look at the tools available and explore the interface. You'll learn how to:

Use a Pivot Table to Summarize Detailed Data

Add or Remove Fields from an Existing Pivot Table

Summarize Pivot Table Data by Three Fields

Why Does the Pivot Table Field List Dialog Keep Disappearing?

Move or Change Part of a Pivot Table

Update Data Behind a Pivot Table

Why Does This Look Different from Excel 2003? Return to the Classic Pivot Table Layout

Duration: 00:31:57  File Size: 122 MB

### Lesson 2

Discover PivotTable formatting! Learn how to overcome the system defaults to create useful-looking reports. You'll find out how to:

Compare Four Ways to Show Two Values Fields in a Pivot Table

Kill Compact View

Eliminate Blanks in the Outline Format of a Pivot Table

Suppress Grand Totals in a Pivot Table

Replace Blanks in a Pivot Table with Zeros

Specify a Number Format for a Pivot Table Field

Format Pivot Tables with the Gallery

Selecting Parts for Formatting

Icon Set in a Pivot Table

Duration: 00:33:31  File Size: 129 MB

### Lesson 3

Thirty minutes is all you need to cover powerful PivotTable calculations like percentage of column and rank! You'll learn how to:

Create a Report That Shows Count, Min, Max, Average, Etc

Percent of Parent, Rank, Running Total In

Calculated Fields in a Pivot Table

Add a Calculated Item for Budget - Actuals

Instead of Using Calculated Items Group Text Fields

Duration: 00:30:52  File Size: 98 MB

### Lesson 4

Who knew sorting & filtering could be so powerful! These six videos detail useful ways to manipulate the data, including a new feature called a Slicer. You'll learn how to:

Present a Pivot Table in High-to-Low Order by Revenue

Manually Re-sequence the Order of Data in a Pivot Table

Limit a Pivot Report to Show Just the Top 12 Customers

Filtering a Pivot Table

Add Visual Filters to a Pivot Table with Slicers

Timelines vs Multiple Slicers

Duration: 00:25:48  File Size: 77 MB

### Lesson 5

These seven videos explore Bill Jelen's personal favorite features of PivotTables, including an amazing way to create a year-over-year report!

See Detail Behind One Number in a Pivot Table

Group Daily Dates by Month in a Pivot Table

Create a Year-over-Year Analysis

Stop GetPivotData from Appearing

Group by Week in a Pivot Table

Group Numbers to Create Frequency Chart

Grouping one pivot table groups all pivot tables; new Cache

Duration: 00:23:03  File Size: 80 MB

### Lesson 6

What can you really use PivotTables for anyway? Sure, they're good for taking 100,000 rows of data and summarizing it down to a one-page report; but what are some real life uses of PivotTables? Bill will guide you through four prime examples in this section. You'll focus on how to:

Create a Unique List of Customers with a Pivot Table

Use a Pivot Table to Compare Two Lists

Fixing Customer Name problems Using a Pivot Table

Show Text Fields for a Pareto Chart

Duration: 00:15:29  File Size: 78 MB

### Lesson 7

These eight tips will save you time and frustration! In just under 40 minutes you'll learn how to:

Base your pivot table on a Table When New Data Might Be Added

Show Yes/No As the Values in a Pivot Table

Create Perfectly Formatted Pivot Tables Using GETPIVOTDATA

Create a Worksheet for Every Customer Using Show Report Filter Pages

Controlling Multiple Pivot Tables with One Set of Slicers

Reduce Pivot Table Workbook Size by 50% Before Sending

Create a Pivot Table from Access Data

Create a chart from a pivot table with Pivot Charts

Duration: 00:39:06  File Size: 133 MB

### Lesson 8

The five most common pitfalls are handled in this twenty minute segment on Troubleshooting. They are:

Compatibility between versions

Force Missing Months to Show in a Pivot Table

Whatever Happened to Multiple Consolidation Ranges in Pivot Tables?

Cleaning up bad data before creating a pivot table

Pivot Data Where the Source Data Has Dates Stretching Across the Columns

Duration: 00:21:23  File Size: 120 MB

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## Description

• Dimensions: 5-23/64" x 7-21/32"
• Edition: 1st
• ISBN-10: 0-7897-5152-6
• ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-5152-2

Excel PivotTables, PowerPivot, Power View, and GeoFlow with MrExcel LiveLessons (Video Training)

7 Hours of Video Instruction

Explore the most popular and some of the lesser known features of Excel – PivotTables, PowerPivot, Power View, and GeoFlow with MrExcel as your guide!

• Start-to-finish personal training on Excel 2013: just watch and learn!

• Simple, quick video walkthroughs of the tasks you perform most often!

• Great personalized training at a fraction of the cost...for everyone who doesn't have time to read a book!

These video lessons will ensure that you can harness the power of Excel faster and more easily than ever before! In 89 quick video lessons, Excel PivotTables, PowerPivot, Power View, and GeoFlow with MrExcel shows how to increase your productivity and optimize Excel's best tools and features. Expert Bill Jelen simplifies powerful features including Formatting, Calculations, Sort & Filter, DAX Calculated Fields, Troubleshooting, Animation and more! Truly harness the power built into Excel! Just watch: You’ll master high-powered skills at your own pace–and get specific answers and solutions immediately, whenever you need them! For anyone who wants to master Microsoft Excel 2013 fast–from novices to experienced power users.

Part I: The Basics

1 - Use a Pivot Table to Summarize Detailed Data

3 - Add or Remove Fields from an Existing Pivot Table

4 - Summarize Pivot Table Data by Three Fields

5 - Why Does the Pivot Table Field List Dialog Keep Disappearing?

6 - Move or Change Part of a Pivot Table

7 - Update Data Behind a Pivot Table

8 - Why Does This Look Different from Excel 2003? Return to the Classic Pivot Table Layout

Part II: Formatting

9 - Compare Four Ways to Show Two Values Fields in a Pivot Table

10 - Kill Compact View

11 - Eliminate Blanks in the Outline Format of a Pivot Table

12 - Suppress Grand Totals in a Pivot Table

13 - Replace Blanks in a Pivot Table with Zeros

14 - Specify a Number Format for a Pivot Table Field

15 - Format Pivot Tables with the Gallery

16 - Add a Format to Gallery

17 - Selecting Parts for Formatting

18 - Icon Set in a Pivot Table

Part III: Calculations

19 - Create a Report That Shows Count, Min, Max, Average, Etc

20 - Percent of Parent, Rank, Running Total In

21 - Calculated Fields in a Pivot Table

22 - Add a Calculated Item for Budget - Actuals

23 - Instead of Using Calculated Items Group Text Fields

Part IV: Sort & Filter

24 - Present a Pivot Table in High-to-Low Order by Revenue

25 - Manually Re-sequence the Order of Data in a Pivot Table

26 - Limit a Pivot Report to Show Just the Top 12 Customers

27 - Filtering a Pivot Table

28 - Add Visual Filters to a Pivot Table with Slicers

29 - Timelines vs Multiple Slicers

Part V: Features

30 - See Detail Behind One Number in a Pivot Table

31 - Group Daily Dates by Month in a Pivot Table

32 - Create a Year-over-Year Analysis

33 - Stop GetPivotData from Appearing

34 - Group by Week in a Pivot Table

35 - Group Numbers to Create Frequency Chart

36 - Grouping one pivot table groups all pivot tables; new Cache

Part VI: Uses

37 - Create a Unique List of Customers with a Pivot Table

38 - Use a Pivot Table to Compare Two Lists

39 - Fixing Customer Name problems Using a Pivot Table

40 - Show Text Fields for a Pareto Chart

Part VII: Tips

41 - Base your pivot table on a Table When New Data Might Be Added

42 - Show Yes/No As the Values in a Pivot Table

43 - Create Perfectly Formatted Pivot Tables Using GETPIVOTDATA

44 - Create a Worksheet for Every Customer Using Show Report Filter Pages

45 - Controlling Multiple Pivot Tables with One Set of Slicers

46 - Reduce Pivot Table Workbook Size by 50% Before Sending

47 - Create a Pivot Table from Access Data

48 - Create a chart from a pivot table with Pivot Charts

Part VIII: Troubleshooting

49 - Compatibility between versions

50 - Force Missing Months to Show in a Pivot Table

51 - Whatever Happened to Multiple Consolidation Ranges in Pivot Tables?

52 - Cleaning up bad data before creating a pivot table

53 - Pivot Data Where the Source Data Has Dates Stretching Across the Columns

Part IX: PowerPivot

54 - Using the Data Model in Excel 2013 to Join Two Tables

55 - Distinct Count in Excel 2013

56 - True Top Five in Excel 2013

57 - Using Named Sets for Asymmetric Reports

58 - Getting PowerPivot

59 - Load Data into PowerPivot

60 - Define Relationships in the PowerPivot Window or Diagram View

61 - Creating the Pivot Table - Compare Choices

62 - Changing the Calculation from Sum & Other Differences

Part X: DAX Calculated Fields

63 - DAX Measures

64 - Use DAX Measures to Calculate a Range

65 - Use DAX Measures to un-apply a Filter

66 - Using a Calendar Table for Time Intelligence

67 - Time Intelligence Functions

68 - Disconnected Parameter Tables with FILTER()

69 - Actuals vs Budget

70 - Using IF(VALUES in a Measure

71 - Build Slicers on Lookup Tables

72 - First Initial Slicer (and turning off cross-slicer filtering)

73 - Convert the Pivot Table to Cube Formulas

Part XI: Power View

74 - Preparing your data for PowerView

75 - Adding a Power View Worksheet

76 - Adding a Dashboard Element as a Table

77 - Converting Table to a Chart

78 - Explicit and Implicit Slicers

79 - Understanding the Filter Pane

80 - Using Tile Boxes

81 - Replicating Charts Using Multiples

82 - Showing Data on a Map

83 - Showing Images in Table or Card View

84 - Formatting Power View

85 - Animating a Scatter Chart over Time

Part XII: GeoFlow

86 - Adding data to GeoFlow

87 - Flying through the map

88 - Animating GeoFlow

89 - Building a tour in GeoFlow

LiveLessons Video Training series publishes hundreds of hands-on, expert-led video tutorials covering a wide selection of technology topics designed to teach you the skills you need to succeed. This professional and personal technology video series features world-leading author instructors published by your trusted technology brands: Addison-Wesley, Cisco Press, IBM Press, Pearson IT Certification, Prentice Hall, Sams, and Que. Topics include: IT Certification, Programming, Web Development, Mobile Development, Home and Office Technologies, Business and Management, and more.  View all LiveLessons on InformIT at http://www.informit.com/imprint/series_detail.aspx?ser=2185116

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Bill Jelen, Excel MVP and the host of MrExcel.com, has been using spreadsheets since 1985, and he launched the MrExcel.com website in 1998. Bill was a regular guest on "Call for Help with Leo Laporte" and has produced more than 1,200 episodes of his daily video podcast, "Learn Excel from MrExcel." He is the author of 30 books about Microsoft Excel and writes the monthly Excel column for Strategic Finance magazine. You will most frequently find Bill taking his show on the road, doing half-day Power Excel seminars wherever he can find a room full of accountants or Excellers. Before founding MrExcel.com, Jelen spent 12 years in the trenches working as a financial analyst for finance, marketing, accounting, and operations departments of a \$500 million public company.

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