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1 / Spreadsheets Week 2 Review Plot chart Column chart/bar chart/pie chart Customize chart Chart style/labels/titles Add trendline Create table Create table/apply different style/print table Sort/filter data Spreadsheets-3 slide 1

2 Excel Comprehensive Chapter 5 Subtotals, Pivot Tables, PivotCharts Spreadsheets-3 slide 2

3 Objectives Group and ungroup data Subtotal data Create a PivotTable Change the values field Modify a PivotTable Sort, filter, and slice a PivotTable Create a calculated field Format a PivotTable Create a PivotChart Spreadsheets-3 slide 3

4 Group and Ungroup Data Group rows or columns of related data into an outline Expand or collapse groups depending on your focus Excel will not create an outline or group data if the dataset does not contain a formula Spreadsheets-3 slide 4

5 Group and Ungroup Data Spreadsheets-3 slide 5

6 Subtotal Data Use Subtotal command to insert subtotal rows at each designated field change in a sorted range of data Subtotals calculated using summary functions Grand totals displayed after each group Additional levels of subtotals can be inserted Spreadsheets-3 slide 6

7 Subtotal Data Demonstration Outline Sort the data. Subtotal the data. Second subtotal. Collapse/expand subtotals. Outline / collapse data. Demo uses e05h1sociology.xlsx - available on home page (week 3 notes). Spreadsheets-3 slide 7

8 Create a PivotTable A PivotTable allows you to summarize, analyze, and explore large amounts of data Data can be dynamically arranged to view it from different angles One column must have duplicate values to create categories for organizing and summarizing data Another column must have numeric values Create a PivotTable by clicking PivotTable in the Tables group on the Insert tab Spreadsheets-3 slide 8

9 Pivot table Overview Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 9 Spreadsheets-3 slide 9

10 Create a PivotTable Spreadsheets-3 slide 10

11 Create a PivotTable Spreadsheets-3 slide 11

12 Create a PivotTable Spreadsheets-3 slide 12

13 PivotTable Demo Overview (open worksheet &) create empty table Add row labels; add values; add columns Customize row and column names Update data sheet and then refresh PivotTable Spreadsheets-3 slide 13

14 PivotTable Step-by-Step Open e05h1sociology; save with a different name; Books Data worksheet; click in data; then Insert/Tables/PivotTable; Range should be A4:L90, New Worksheet; click OK; Enter Book Analysis in PivotTable name box, ribbon top-left; Change the name of the current worksheet to PivotTable; Go to PivotTable Fields list (at right); check Discipline in Choose fields to add to report data is text so by default it goes in Row Labels. Or you could drag it there instead of checking the box. Click Total Book Sales data is numeric, by default it goes in Σ Values; Drag Edition to Column Labels (what happens if you just click it?) Drag Copyright to below Discipline in Row Labels area. Spreadsheets-3 slide 14

15 PivotTable Step-by-Step 2 Click Edition arrow in Column Labels area; select Remove Field; Drag Copyright field to Column Labels area; Click Options/Calculations/Summarize Values By/More options Sales by Discipline in Custom Name box; click Number format; Click Accounting; 0 decimal places; OK; Click cell A4; type Discipline; Enter; Cell B3; type Copyright Year; Enter; Centre headings in range B4:F4. Click Books Data worksheet tab; click J1; change to 125%; Enter; Click PivotTable worksheet tab; Click Options/Data/Refresh Save workbook. Spreadsheets-3 slide 15

16 Change the Values Field Select the function used to calculate summary statistics Default is: Sum for values Count for text fields Specify a custom column heading Apply number formatting Spreadsheets-3 slide 16

17 Change the Values Field Spreadsheets-3 slide 17

18 Modify a PivotTable Add, remove, or rearrange fields to get a different perspective on the data Be careful not to make the data overwhelming with too many details Excel does not automatically update PivotTables: if the underlying data is changed, you refresh the PivotTable by PivotTable Tools/Options/Data/Refresh Demo:modify Spreadsheets-3 slide 18

19 Sort, Filter, and Slice a PivotTable PivotTable data can be sorted. Default order is alphabetical by row label text To quickly rearrange data, click in a cell in the column you want to sort, and then click Sort Smallest to Largest (Sort A to Z for text) or Sort Largest to Smallest (Sort Z to A for text) in the Sort & Filter group on the Options tab. For specialized sorting, click Sort in the Sort & Filter group on the Options tab. If you click in a row label or column label first, you get a dialog box with slightly different options from those you get if you click on a value first Demo:sort Spreadsheets-3 slide 19

20 Sort, Filter, and Slice a PivotTable Spreadsheets-3 slide 20

21 Sort, Filter, and Slice a PivotTable Spreadsheets-3 slide 21

22 Sort, Filter, and Slice a PivotTable Apply filters to show a subset of data in a PivotTable Two types of filters: A report filter sets the overall conditions for aggregating data A group filter filters out data based on a row or column category Filter by one or multiple items, as well as by entering a search condition Spreadsheets-3 slide 22

23 Sort, Filter, and Slice a PivotTable Report Filter: to select one or more Editions to display. Drag Edition to Report Filter box, then click on arrow in B1. Demo:filter Spreadsheets-3 slide 23

24 Sort, Filter, and Slice a PivotTable Use slicers to filter data in a PivotTable Slicers: Are graphical Provide buttons that you can click for quick filtering Indicate the current filtering state To insert slicer, click the Options tab, click the Insert Slicer button in the Sort & Filter group, click one or more field check boxes for which you want to create a slicer, and then click OK To use slicer, click a button to filter data Spreadsheets-3 slide 24

25 Sort, Filter, and Slice a PivotTable Demo:slice Spreadsheets-3 slide 25

26 Create a Calculated Field Calculated field: Is a user-defined field Does not exist in the original dataset Use basic arithmetic operations, but not cell references or range names Click in PivotTable, Click Options/Calculations/Fields, Items & Sets/Calculated Field. Type a name for the new field in the Name box. In the Formula box, enter the formula for the field, e.g. Click Sales from the Fields list, then type *0.12, to calculate 12% of Sales. Finally, click Add Spreadsheets-3 slide 26

27 Create a Calculated Field Spreadsheets-3 slide 27

28 Format a PivotTable Basic formatting applied to PivotTables: Primary row labels formatted in bold Subtotals are bold Use PivotTable Tools Design tab to apply a PivotTable style and control: Font color Fill color Bolding Border lines Spreadsheets-3 slide 28

29 Format a PivotTable Spreadsheets-3 slide 29

30 Create a PivotChart A PivotChart is a graphical representation of data in a PivotTable. You can create a PivotChart from a PivotTable or at the same time you create a PivotTable. Creating and customizing PivotCharts is similar to the methods used on regular charts. A PivotChart is interactive, meaning changes made in the associated PivotTable are immediately reflected in the PivotChart. Spreadsheets-3 slide 30

31 Create a PivotChart Spreadsheets-3 slide 31

32 PivotChart Demo Outline Apply a PivotTable style Create a PivotChart Change and enhance a PivotChart Spreadsheets-3 slide 32

33 Summary In this chapter, you learned about the tools that help you manage large amounts of data and translate that data into useful information. These include: Creating and modifying a PivotTable. Sorting, filtering, and slicing a PivotTable. Creating a PivotChart. Spreadsheets-3 slide 33

34 Excel Comprehensive Chapter 6 What-if Analysis Spreadsheets-3 slide 34

35 Objectives Create a one-variable data table Create a two-variable data table Describe iteration in Excel Identify an input value with Goal Seek Use Scenario Manager Generate scenario summary reports Load the Solver Add-in Optimize results with Solver Spreadsheets-3 slide 35

36 Overview Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 36 Spreadsheets-3 slide 36

37 Create a One-Variable Data Table What-if analysis allows you to see how changing variables impacts calculated results A variable a value that can be changed to see how it affects other values A one-variable data table a data analysis tool that provides various results based on changing one variable A substitution value replaces the original value of a variable in a data table Spreadsheets-3 slide 37

38 Create a One-Variable Data Table 1. List substitution values in the left column or first row 2. Enter formulas in the first row or left column (whichever was not used above) 3. Create the one-variable data table 4. Format the results of the data table 5. Create custom number formats to disguise the formulas as headings Spreadsheets-3 slide 38

39 Create a One-Variable Data Table To complete a one-variable data table: 1. Select entire table starting in the blank cell in the top-left corner 2. Click What-If Analysis in the Data Tools group on the Data tab and select Data Table 3. Enter address of the cell to be changed in the Data Table dialog box 4. Click OK Spreadsheets-3 slide 39

40 Create a One-Variable Data Table Demo:autoloan Spreadsheets-3 slide 40

41 Create a Two-Variable Data Table A two-variable data table a data analysis tool that provides results based on changing two variables Creating a two-variable data table similar to creating a one variable data table; however, you are limited to comparing one result. Recommendations include: Use the top row for one variable s substitution values Use the first column for the other variable s values Apply a custom number format to the formula cell in the top-left cell Spreadsheets-3 slide 41

42 Create a Two-Variable Data Table Demo:autoloan Spreadsheets-3 slide 42

43 Identify an Input Value with Goal Seek Goal Seek a tool when you know the desired end result but not the value needed to meet the goal Enables you to work backwards to solve a problem Excel can enter the input value in the variable cell Spreadsheets-3 slide 43

44 Goal seek overview Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 44 Spreadsheets-3 slide 44

45 Goal Seek Demo Suppose we want to borrow money from a bank to buy a car We plan to pay \$600 per month We want to know how much could we borrow. Demo:goalseek Spreadsheets-3 slide 45

46 Goal Seek another example Suppose we want to solve an equation like 4x x 2 64x + 16 = 0 In Excel, you can plot the graph and estimate the roots. You can also use Goal Seek to find more exact roots. Demo:equation Spreadsheets-3 slide 46

47 Use Scenario Manager Scenarios take detailed sets of input values and determine possible results Scenario Manager enables you to define and manage up to 32 scenarios Scenarios are maintained separately for each worksheet in a workbook Spreadsheets-3 slide 47

48 Scenario Demo Outline Create a scenario Create more scenarios Generate/format a scenario report Demo:scenario Spreadsheets-3 slide 48

49 Load the Solver Add-in Solver a separate program that must be installed or added in to Excel Once loaded appears in the Analysis group on the Data tab Solver manipulates variables based on constraints to find the optimal solution to a problem Spreadsheets-3 slide 49

50 Load the Solver Add-in To load Solver: 1. Click the File tab, and then select Options 2. Click Add-Ins 3. Click the Manage arrow, select Excel Addins, and then click Go to open the Add- Ins dialog box 4. Click the Solver Add-in check box in the Add-Ins available list and click OK Spreadsheets-3 slide 50

52 Optimize Results With Solver Solver requires three types of info: Objective cell contains a formula-based value that you want to optimize that relates directly or indirectly to the changing cells and constraints Changing cells are the cells whose values are adjusted until the constraints are satisfied Constraints specify the restrictions Spreadsheets-3 slide 52

53 Optimize Results With Solver To specify the objective and changing cells: 1. Click Solver in the Analysis group on the Data tab to open the Solver Parameters dialog box 2. Enter the cell containing the formula for which you want to optimize its value in the Set Objective box 3. Click an option in the To section to specify what type of value you need to find for the target cell (such as Max, Min, or Value Of with a specified value) 4. Enter the cell references that contain variables in the By Changing Variable Cells box Spreadsheets-3 slide 53

54 Optimize Results With Solver Spreadsheets-3 slide 54

55 Optimize Results With Solver To specify the constraints: 1. Click Add to the right of the Subject to the Constraints list to open the Add Constraint dialog box 2. Enter the cell reference, the operator to test the cell references, and the constraint the cell needs to match (such as the down payment must be less than or equal to \$7,000) 3. Click OK to add the constraint and return to the Solver Parameters dialog box, or click Add to add the constraint and create another constraint Spreadsheets-3 slide 55

56 Optimize Results With Solver Spreadsheets-3 slide 56

57 Optimize Results With Solver Solver uses an iterative process to find an optimal solution A summary report can be generated if a solution is found The report specifies: Binding Constraints which are rules that Solver enforced to reach the target value Nonbinding Constraints do not restrict the target value found Spreadsheets-3 slide 57

58 Demo Coffee shop Suppose you have a coffee shop You sell regular coffee, latte, and Mocha. The price and cost of each type is different. You have limited materials (milk, cups etc.) You want to find how to maximize your profit. Demo:solver Spreadsheets-3 slide 58

59 Summary In this chapter, you learned that what-if analysis is the process of changing the values in cells to see how those changes will affect the outcome of formulas on the worksheet. You can: Create a one- or two- variable data table. Use Goal Seek. Use Scenario Manager. Generate scenario summary reports. Optimize results with Solver. Spreadsheets-3 slide 59

60 Objectives Work with grouped worksheets Manage windows and workspaces Insert hyperlinks Insert a 3-D formula Link workbooks Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 60 Spreadsheets-3 slide 60

61 Work with Grouped Worksheets Create worksheets with identical structure and formatting in the same workbook when data is similar but: Time periods differ Company locations differ Grouping selecting two or more worksheets so you can perform the same action at the same time When worksheets are grouped: Worksheet tabs display a white background color [Group] appears in the title bar Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 61 Spreadsheets-3 slide 61

62 Work with Grouped Worksheets Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 62 Spreadsheets-3 slide 62

63 Work with Grouped Worksheets To group: All worksheets: Right-click and then click Select All Sheets Adjacent Worksheets: Click the first worksheet tab, press and hold Shift, and then click the last worksheet tab To ungroup: Click any unselected worksheet tab Right-click any selected worksheet tab, and then click Ungroup Sheets Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 63 Spreadsheets-3 slide 63

64 Work with Grouped Worksheets Grouping worksheets improves productivity by letting you perform the following tasks on each worksheet at the same time: Data Entry Structural Changes Formatting Page Layouts Printing Demo:group Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 64 Spreadsheets-3 slide 64

65 Work with Multiple Workbook Hide/unhide Split: horizontal split/vertical split/cross split Compare two workbooks Switch windows Arrange all Side by side Demo:multipleworkbook Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 65 Spreadsheets-3 slide 65

66 Work with Multiple Worksheets Compare two worksheets in the same workbook New Window View/new window/ Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 66 Demo:multipleworksheet Spreadsheets-3 slide 66

67 Insert Hyperlinks A hyperlink an electronic marker that connects to a(n): Specific cell in the same workbook Specific cell in a different workbook Existing file Web page address Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 67 Spreadsheets-3 slide 67

68 Insert Hyperlinks Demo:multipleworksheet Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 68 Spreadsheets-3 slide 68

69 Insert a 3-D Formula To consolidate data from several worksheets: Use a worksheet reference Create a 3-D formula Link data Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 69 Spreadsheets-3 slide 69

70 Insert a 3-D Formula Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 70 Spreadsheets-3 slide 70

71 Link Workbooks Consolidate data by linking workbooks Do not move or rename workbooks after creating a link Benefit of linked workbooks a change made in one workbook (source file) is updated in the other workbook (destination file) Demo:linkworkbook Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 71 Spreadsheets-3 slide 71

72 Link Workbooks When you link files, you establish an external reference: Similar to a worksheet reference Must include the workbook name, including the extension, between brackets Default is that absolute cell references are created =[Cleveland.xlsx]'Qtr3'A1 creates a link to cell A1 in the Qtr3 worksheet in the Cleveland workbook. Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 72 Spreadsheets-3 slide 72

73 Link Workbooks Excel displays formulas with external references in two ways: When the source workbook is open, the file name, worksheet, and cell reference display When the source workbook is closed, the full path displays Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 73 Spreadsheets-3 slide 73

74 Summary In this chapter, you learned to manage multiple worksheets and consolidate data. Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 74 Spreadsheets-3 slide 74

75 Macros and VBA Macro a set of instructions that tells Excel a sequence of steps to perform File formats that support macros include: Excel Macro-Enabled Workbook (.xlsm) Good for automating routine but often-repeated tasks (VBA slides based on Material by Geoff Whale) Spreadsheets-3 slide 75

76 Create a Macro Macro Recorder an Excel tool for recording a sequence of steps. (These are stored in the VBA programming language). Remember: It records every action taken, so Practice the steps before recording Make them broadly applicable Use the correct cell references Relative, absolute, or mixed Spreadsheets-3 slide 76

77 Use the Macro Recorder Access the Macro Recorder by either: View tab: contains the Macros group with the Macros command Developer tab (when displayed) Status bar, which can display the Macro recording button Spreadsheets-3 slide 77

78 To Display the Developer Tab To display the Developer tab: Click File / Options / Customize Ribbon / Developer check box / OK Spreadsheets-3 slide 78

79 To Add Macro Recording to the Status Bar To add the Macro Recording icon to the status bar: Right-click the status bar Click Macro Recording Click outside the menu to close it. Spreadsheets-3 slide 79

80 1. Click the View tab 2. Click the Macros arrow in the Macros group 3. Select Record 4. Type a name for the macro 5. Type a keyboard shortcut if desired To Record a Macro Spreadsheets-3 slide 80

81 Recording a Macro (continued) 6. Click Store macro in arrow and select a location 7. Type a description and purpose 8. Click OK 9. Perform the commands 10. Click View tab, Macros in the macros group, and then Stop Recording Spreadsheets-3 slide 81

82 Run a Macro To run a macro: 1. Select the location where you will test the macro 2. Click the View tab 3. Click the Macros arrow in the Macros group 4. Select View Macros 5. Select the macro 6. Click Run Spreadsheets-3 slide 82

83 Example Macro Multiple Formatting Steps Select a non-empty cell (or similar) so you can monitor the changes as you record the macro. Start Macro recording (e.g. with status bar icon). Name it FormatCell, shortcut ctrl+shift+f, OK. Bold the cell, centre the cell, change its background to yellow and its text colour to red, choose fontsize 16, and font Garamond. Stop Macro recording. Click Developer/Code/Macros, select FormatCell and click Edit. Admire the VBA code. There s a lot of it. Spreadsheets-3 slide 83

84 Inspecting the Code in the VBA Editor At left is part of the VBA code from the Macro Recorder. Bits that actually matter are boxed in blue. Below is a simplified version of the same code. The red arrow shows how.color = (i.e. yellow) shows up in the simplified version. Spreadsheets-3 slide 84

85 Mid-exam and Final exam Two parts: Multiple choice Practical operations Knowledge (practical operations) Basic operations like add/delete row/column, change color/size, add a total row Basic functions like IF/COUNTIF/VLOOKUP/PMT Plot charts What-if analysis Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 85 Spreadsheets-3 slide 85

86 Copyright All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. Printed in the United States of America. Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall. 86 Spreadsheets-3 slide 86

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