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Can I hide documents that have a status other than approved in a document library? In fact it’s just a couple of clicks to set this up in an existing library: Navigate to the library that needs this feature. From the Ribbon, click on the Library Settings button. Select Versioning Settings in the General Settings […]

How to Pivot a Pivot

by on October 15, 2012 11:52am
in The Office Tech Pro

For those with nice clean simple datasets to work with, this might seem like a silly thing to want to do. For those of us who deal with some monster-sized data exports, this could solve so many problems. While you can’t EXACTLY pivot a pivot, in Excel 2010 you can create a data subset with a Pivot Table that can be copied, pasted and “re-pivoted” in just a few clicks.