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Pivot Tables in Excel

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Zack Barresse
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Viewers will learn how to create a PivotTable and make basic changes to it in Excel 2013.
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Usually, rounding is performed by some power of 10 - to thousands, hundreds, tens, or integer - or to one, two, or more decimals. But rounding can also be done to a power of two, say, 16 or 64, or 1/32 or 1/1024, even for extreme values.
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