Create dashboards that communicate and get noticed
Use pivot tables and form controls to build reports that mean something
What's the use of putting out reports that no one bothers to read? Properly created dashboards are graphical representations that put data in a context for your audience, and they look really cool. You'll find out when you see the examples in this book, and soon your dashboards and reports will be getting rave reviews.
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About the Author
Think about your data in a new way
Create dynamic labels that support visualization
Represent time and seasonal trending
Display and measure values versus goals
Give users an active interface
is a Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) with over 14 years experience consulting and developing office solutions. He is the author/co-author of several books on business analysis using Microsoft Excel and Access. Michael is one of 96 Microsoft Excel MVPs worldwide who has been recognized for his contributions to the Excel community. He is also the principal player behind DataPigTechnologies.com,
a site that offers video tutorials to beginning and intermediate Excel and Access users. He currently lives in Frisco, Texas where he works as a Senior Program Manager for a top technology firm.