Making Sense of Pivot Tables

Why use Pivot Tables and How to Get What You Want What do Pivot Tables do? All Pivot Tables do is pull out specific information from a data set. That information is presented in table where we can see a summary of what we’re interested in. How to Use Pivot Tables It’s helpful to think of using Pivot Tables like we’re asking a question: “How many cups of Yellow Lemonade did Charlie sell?” Our question has 3 parts: Specific Item

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Top Configuration Manager Feature

In my many years in the Configuration Manager product group for Microsoft, I was often asked what my favorite feature of the product was. I never did answer that question, as there are many features in the product that I really like. Well, I kept getting asked, so I finally relented and decided to create my “Top 10” list of features in the product. The upcoming webinar will discuss those features. While it may not really be a “Top 10”,

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Windows 10 is the Best Yet, Because of You

For the first time, people everywhere are helping shape the future of Windows. To ensure you’re ready to take advantage of the opportunities around Windows 10, we recommend you take the following steps: Download the Windows 10 Tech Preview and provide feedback Sign up for the Windows Insider Program to help shape Windows 10 and get early access to release  

Free Webinar: TOP 5 SharePoint 2013 Features for End-Users

TOP 5 SharePoint 2013 Features for End-Users Free Webinar Series March 14, 2014 1:00PM – 2:00PM PST REGISTER NOW SharePoint 2013 has evolved from a simple, and sometimes awkward, document management system, initially released in 2001, into a robust, full-featured document management system. Every level of business from small to large can benefit from the dynamic feature set that SharePoint 2013 now boasts to both End-Users and Developers. Out of the box SharePoint 2013 has brought these top 5 features,

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TOP 5 SharePoint 2013 Features for End-Users

By Kyle Pew SharePoint 2013 has evolved from a simple, and sometimes awkward, document management system, initially released in 2001, into a robust, full-featured document management system. Every level of business from small to large can benefit from the dynamic feature set that SharePoint 2013 now boasts to both End-Users and Developers. Out of the box SharePoint 2013 has brought these top 5 features, among others, to help streamline the typical SharePoint user’s experience. 1 – Drag and Drop  

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