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Excel’s sorting, filtering, and table features make the tasks of ordering and tracking
down information from your data easy. But the techniques discussed so far may not
answer all the questions you’d like to ask of your data. For example, what if you want to
learn the average salary of your employees not across the whole company, but broken
out by department? Or what if you need to know how much money each salesperson
has earned per month? Or how much money you spend per month by budget category?
Or perhaps you need to determine university students’ grade point averages by their
major. In the next chapter we’re going to explore a powerful Excel feature that will help
you with these questions and more: pivot tables.
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