Issue - Jul 2016
Pivot Table is a great tool to group data into major categories for reporting. You can place and compare the numbers by categories between 2 periods (e.g. This Year and Last Year) side by side within the pivot table. But the existing Pivot Table is not effective in calculating the variance between the 2 periods. The workaround is to copy the entire Pivot Table into another part of the worksheet as values and compute the variance using worksheets formulas. This work around may be simple but it is very tedious if you have multiple Pivot Table reports to prepare. If you are currently experiencing this problem and using Excel 2010, I have great news for you. You can now ... more
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