Excel: Building the Pivot Table

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Choose fields from any table and drag them to the four drop zones at the bottom of the field list. Since you've created relationships, you are free to use fields from any table.

The pivot table below has region from the Geography table, Excel version from the Product table, Revenue from the Fact table, and a Year slicer from the Date table.

  1. Reporting from four worksheets without doing a VLOOKUP.

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