Learn Excel 2010 – “Percent of Production – Part 1”: Podcast #1528

March 19, 2012 at 4:25 pm


We are looking for the amount of scrap compared to good units – but as a percentage of production and not simply a numberical value. Using a Pivot Table in Microsoft Excel in Episode #1528, Bill produces his first solution to the query.

[Be sure to tune in for tomorrow’s “Percent of Production – Part II” when Bill employs the use of Microsoft PowerPivot and Microsoft Excel to solve this challenge.]

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