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What is the quickest way to generate a report from excel?

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What is the quickest way to generate a report from excel?

I need to do this and fast!!


Your help would be appreciated.

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PivotTables. What sort of report are you looking to generate?

Can you post a sample sheet along with it?
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That is quite vague request....

Look into Pivot Tables...

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/pivottable-reports-101-HA001034632.aspx
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I need to query data on flat file excel spreadsheet and present it neatly in a word document all separated into tables.

Is this possible?
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You will have to create your tables on Excel then copy the tables in to word.

So yes.
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