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Published on Mar 11, 2011
Most people who use Excel Pivot Tables know how to change the design of the reporty. However, in my experience, most people do not know how to create multiple reports - each on a separate worksheet - from a single Pivot Table.
You can do this with just a few mouse clicks if - you have at least one field in the Report Filter section of your Pivot Table. If you use Excel 2003, this section is the Page area of your Pivot Table.
In this lesson, I also demonstrate how to create a Calculated Field for your Pivot Table.