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Table and Chart Combinations in Excel Power Pivot

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For data exploration, visualization, and reporting, Power Pivot offers a variety of Power PivotTable and Power PivotChart combinations. A Power PivotChart is a PivotChart that was made using the Power Pivot window and is based on the Data Model. Despite sharing certain functionality with Excel PivotChart, it offers additional features that give it greater strength. You will discover how to build the Table and Chart combinations from the Power Pivot window in this article.

Creating a Pivot Chart and Table in Excel

Step 1: Let’s take a dataset as an example in order to understand the Pivot chart and table. This is the major dataset that will be used in this case.

dataset

 

Step 2: Select the data. Navigate to the insert tab on the top of the ribbon then in the charts group select Pivot Chart and then PivotChart & Pivot Table.

selecting-PivotChart-and-PivotTable

 

Step 3: Create a PivotTable dialog box appear. Here select a table or range and a select new worksheet and then click OK.

creating-pivottable-dialogbox

 

Step 4: Now as you can see pivot table is created and the PivotTable Fields pane appears.

pivot-table-fields-shown

 

Step 5: Now in the PivotTable Fields pane drag the month’s field to the Axis area and the Sales field to the values area.

dragging-fields

 

Step 6: Now as you can see after selecting it shows PivotTable and PivotChart.

PivotTable-and-PivotChart-shown

 

Creating a Pivot Table

Step 1: Select the data. Navigate to the PowerPivot tab on the top of the ribbon than in the tables group select Add to Data Model.

selecting-add-to-data-model

 

Step 2: Then Create Table Dialog box appears. Here select the table range and check the My table has headers and then click OK.

create-table

 

Step 3: Now you can see it converts the excel table to PivotTable.

excel-table-converted-to-pivot-table

 

Create a Horizontal Chart and Table from a PivotTable

Step 1: Select a table. Navigate to the Home tab on the top of the ribbon and then select PivotTable and then Chart and Table (Horizontal).

selecting-chart-and-table

 

Step 2: Create PivotChart and PivotTable (Horizontal) dialog box appears. Here select the new worksheet and then click OK.

new-worksheet

 

Step 3: Now as you can see pivot table is created and the PivotTable Fields pane appears.

pivottable-fields-shown

 

Step 4: Now in the PivotTable Fields pane drag the month’s field to the Axis area and the Sales field to the values area.

dragging-fields

 

Step 5: Now as you can see after selecting it shows PivotTable and Horizontal PivotChart.

PivotTable-and-horizontal-PivotChart-shown

 

Creating a Vertical Chart and Table from a PivotTable

Step 1: Select a table. Navigate to the Home tab on the top of the ribbon and then select PivotTable and then Chart and Table (Vertical).

selecting-chart-and-table

 

Step 2: Create PivotChart and PivotTable (Vertical) dialog box appears. Here select the new worksheet and then click OK.

new-worksheet

 

Step 3: Now as you can see pivot table is created and the PivotTable Fields pane appears.

pivot-table-fields-shown

 

Step 4: Now in the PivotTable Fields pane drag the month’s field to the Axis area and the Sales field to the values area.

dragging-fields

 

Step 5: Now as you can see after selecting it shows PivotTable and Vertical PivotChart.

PivotTable-and-PivotChart-shown

 


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Last Updated : 20 Jan, 2023
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