Surgent's Use the Data Model to Build More Powerful PivotTables (Webinar)

Code: WSEXPP08

Date Thursday, February 6, 2020
Time 9:00 AM - 11:00AM
Central Time
Location Online
CPE credits CPE 2.0
Field(s)
of study
Computer Software & Applications - Non-Technical (2.0)
Instructor Jeff Lenning, CPA, CITP
Click Consulting Inc.
Fees
Standard member fee $89.00
checkmarkStandard nonmember fee $89.00

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Description

Do you love PivotTables? Of course, we all do! Traditional PivotTables are incredible, but they do have limitations. If you have ever encountered one of these limitations, you'll be excited to learn that by using the Data Model as the source for PivotTables, you'll be able to bypass many of the restrictions that exist with traditional PivotTables. The data model (also referred to as Power Pivot) is included in Excel 2016+ for Windows and available as a free download for previous versions (excluding Excel for Mac). Using the data model enables you to build PivotTables that were previously not practical. If you frequently build PivotTables and would like to do more with them, you'll want to understand how to use the data model (Power Pivot) to enhance your reports.

Note about Excel versions: Power Pivot is not available in all versions of Excel, including Excel for Mac. If you would like to see if Power Pivot is available in your version of Excel, visit the Microsoft site.

Who should take this program?

Accounting professionals who use Excel 2016+ for Windows

Major subjects

  • Creating a data model/Power Pivot
  • Building PivotTables from multiple tables
  • Creating Measures
  • Using named sets

Learning objective(s)

  • Learn to access the Power Pivot window
  • Identify the process to create table relationships and the procedure for building named sets

Notes:

Course code Code WSEXPP08
Sponsor Surgent
NASBA ID#: 103212
Level Intermediate
Format Group Internet Based
Prerequisites Prereq. Surgent's Excel: Mastering PivotTables (EXPV) course or comparable experience with traditional PivotTables
Advance
prep
None