Download My 75 Minute Video Tutorial on Excel 2007 Pivot Tables

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Table of Contents for Recording

I have just recorded and published a 75 Minute Video Tutorial titled, “How to Create and Modify a Pivot Table in Excel 2007 to Summarize, Analyze and Present the Information in your Data Set.”

It is published on my WebEx by Cisco site: http://thecompanyrocks.webex.com Follow this link to go directly to this recording.

There is a charge for this recording – US$9.95 In addition to the recording you get:

  • A Step-by-step instructional manual
  • Access to the Excel workbook files that I used for this recording

Not to brag , but I think that this video tutorial is excellent! I spent many hours planning out the exercises, working through the timing of each chapter of the video and practicing my delivery. I am happy with the result. And, more important, I think that you will also be satisfied with what you will learn from this recording!

What You Will Learn on My Recording

My goal is to give you a comprehensive understanding of Excel 2007 Pivot Tables. But to give you the opportunity to learn this in “bite-size chunks” that can replay when necessary. I created realistic exercises to illustrate each topic. ¬†Also notice that I have created a Table of Contents for the recording so that you can go to a specific chapter on the recording. You can stop and start at any point.

How to Download this Recording

  1. Go to http://thecompanyrocks.webex.com or click on this link to go to the main menu.
  2. Click on “Recorded Sessions.”
  3. Click the link for the recording, “Excel 2007 Pivot Tables to Summarize Data.”
  4. Register for this session (First Name, Last Name and email address).
  5. Enter payment information (PayPal or Credit Card). This is a secure site!
  6. Follow the instructions to Download my recording.
  7. Recommended – you can also download the ARF Recorder to view the recording.
  8. At this point you can decide to convert the recording to a different format. E.g. WMV (Windows Media Player), SWF (Flash) or MP4 (MPEG4)
  9. At the end of the recording, you are taken to a web page with links to download the Instructional Manual and to download the Excel Workbook that I used during this recoring.

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