Pivot Tables are interactive tables in Excel that allow the user to group and summarize large amounts of data in a concise, tabular format for easier reporting and analysis.

One advantage of Pivot Tables is that they allow you to extract significance from a huge data dump, or to rearrange, hide, or display different category fields within the Pivot Table to provide alternate views of the data.

In this training session, Excel expert David Ringstrom gets you up to speed fast, but also helps you avoid frustrating quirks and nuances of using Pivot Tables. By the end of this webcast, you’ll be able to transform data into a Pivot Table-ready format, and then instantly create reports by simply dragging and dropping fields with your mouse.

David will teach from Excel 2010, but for this presentation he provides handouts specific to Excel 2013, Excel 2010, Excel 2007, and Excel 2003. His detailed handouts with numbered steps ensure you’ll be able to easily recreate what you see him demonstrate onscreen.

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Many states have become aggressive when enforcing their non-resident state income tax withholding rules, and state payroll tax auditors are now questioning whether or not you have workers “performing services” in their state.

The definition of “performing services” also differs for each state, and compliance with each state’s rules – and even knowing what they are – is difficult.

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