Create Dynamic Worksheets by Using PivotTables This module explains how to use PivotTables to create worksheets that can be sorted, filtered, and rearranged dynamically to emphasize different aspects of the data. To retrieve information from a Web server, you must be connected to the Internet. Custom formatting can be confusing, but if you remember this simple rule, you're all set. Records are in rows no blanks. This technique uses data validation and some formulas. This is part 1 of 2. Defining Multiple Alternative Data Sets Create and view multiple scenarios; summarize scenario results in a separate worksheet Lab: We create a main dropdown, then a dependent dropdown- items in that list depend on cell we told it to look at.
Each lists options are dependent upon the previous list selection. The first one, for produce type, fruit or vegetable. Give the fruit list a name, it has to be an exact match for the item in this produce list. Here is the link to that video. Type a one-word name, Produce, then press Enter, to complete the name. The produce list is our main list. If so -- this is the tip for you! Click OK, and there's our formatted list. Create a chart and customize its elements. It still shows Table1, but click the arrow to see Produce. Run macros when a button is clicked. On the other sheet, I've got 3 lists set up, Produce List with Fruit and Vegetable, and a fruit list, and vegetable list, with 4 vegetables. Enable and examine macros. Excel displays the New Web Query dialog box, shown in Figure Customizing the Appearance of Charts Modify the layout and style of a chart; format chart values; create and apply a chart template Lab: It also discusses changing the appearance of charts by changing formatting; creating a PivotChart dynamic view of data; adding shapes and mathematical equations; and creating diagrams. Assist users when entering data by providing drop down lists of the possible options. Create PivotTables from external data. Again, my table has headers, OK. Create shapes and mathematical equations. My list is B2 to B4, and has a header. For source, we'll use our produce list. On a Windows computer, press F3 key, to see names you've created. See an IF function formula that creates new labels as new columns are added to the lookup table. Find optimal solutions by using Solver. Create Charts and Graphics This module explains how to show trends in data by creating charts to summarize a worksheet's data visually, and to use sparklines to summarize the data in a single cell. Records are in rows no blanks.
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