Slicers | Using Slicers to create an Interactive Report

Slicers | Using Slicers to build an Interactive Report

Slicers | Using Slicers to build an Interactive Report

You can download the workbook here to follow along with the Video!

In this video, I show you how you can use slicers to build an Interactive report in Excel in combination with a Pivot Chart.

I also show you how you can slice and dice your data by WeekDay, and MonthName by creating calculated columns that contain the MonthName and WeekDay, and this would work on any Excel version!

I also show you a feature in Excel 2016 and Office 365, which is that Excel automatically groups the dates into MonthNames.

So make sure to watch the video to learn these tricks!

I hope you like that Tutorial.

Please watch the video and let me know if you have any comments or feedback in the comments section below.

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Hello, I'm Abdelrahman, the founder of I'm an Excel enthusiast and Data Analyst with 7 years of Experience in the Telecom and Customer service industry. I'm here to share my knowledge with the world and help people become better at Excel!

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