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Free Webinar: Microsoft Excel 2010 - Use PivotTables and PivotCharts to Organize and Display Data

Thursday, September 22, 2011

1pm – 2pm EST (60 minutes)


Microsoft Office InstructorJoin Microsoft Office Master and Microsoft Certified Trainer at NetCom, Paul Baxer, along with IT and business skills training leader, NetCom Learning, for an interactive look at one of the hottest topics in Office 2010 - PivotTable and PivotChart reporting in Excel. This live webinar features hands-on demonstrations and discussions to walk you through data analysis and pivot table creation to reporting and generating a customized PivotChart.

You have tons of data; trying to analyze it can be very difficult and time-consuming. A PivotTable can quickly combine and compare the data letting you summarize what's essential. An Excel 2010 PivotTable makes sorting and filtering data a breeze. Microsoft Excel 2010's new matrix format allows you to quickly visualize data relationships, summarize, group, and format selected portions of the data, and create a concise custom reports using Excel 2010 PivotCharts.

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In this session, we will cover:

  • » Examining the Data to be Summarized
  • » Creating a PivotTable
  • » Customizing your Output
  • » Filtering Data using Slicers
  • » Displaying the output using a PivotChart
  • » Sneak Peek at MOS Boot Camp
  • » Exclusive Offers and more

This event includes a sneak peek at NetCom's acclaimed hands-on training program: MOS (Word, Excel, PowerPoint 2010) Boot Camp (Now offered Live Online)

Paul Baxer is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and SME specializing in Microsoft Office Suite and SharePoint End-user technologies. Paul has more than 25 years of practical experience in the IT industry and over a decade as a top-rated MCT. A sought-after instructor and perennial favorite among students for his passion and personable nature, his instructor feedback scores are among the training industry's highest. NetCom is proud to have Paul Baxer on our roster of IT geniuses.