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OK, let’s get the boring bit out of the way first.  A Pivot Table is a statistical tool to extract and summarise data from large data sets.

Or, as Microsoft say in their own words: “A PivotTable is a powerful tool to calculate, summarize, and analyze data that lets you see compa...
First of all, what do we mean by a Macro?  From the Greek Makro, macro means: very large in scale, scope or capability.  In Photography, a Macro lens is used to make things appear larger than life. Macroeconomics deals with broad, large scale factors effecting a country as a whole. ...
Excel 2013 was more than a routine makeover although its interface remained very close to the 2007 and 2010 versions. It had a primary focus on usability, with the more intuitive operation to improve productivity along with a set of quick start template options when you open the applic...
The changes made to Excel 2010 were not dramatic: more of an upgrade than a new version. There were enhancements to both improve the user experience and add more functionality to the application. Excel 2010 also comes in a 64-bit version with further performance capabilities and even g...
The general perception of Excel (as generally and often loudly considered by the online community) was that it lost its way for some years, with each successive version failing to offer any notable improvements to its users.

But Excel 2007 changed all this, with significant improveme...
Succeeding the short-lived Excel XP, Excel 2003 was the last version of Excel that used the 'Tool Bar' (or drop-don) menu system. There were no major changes from the earlier 2000 version, and its release was met with a relatively lukewarm reception. However, it included the following ...
Excel, or to give it its correct name, Microsoft Office Excel, is a fantastic piece of technology, charts, pivot tables, databases, data graphics, not to mention the core functionality of, doing sums.

It's sometimes easy, when you work with the latest version of Excel, to forget that...

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