How to use slicers in Excel?   

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Peter Clark
@Peter.Clark · Updated 11 May. 2022

Jane Martin
@Jane.Martin · Updated 11 May. 2022

Excel slicers are a powerful tool that can help you find insights into your data. They can be used to filter, sort, and change the view of the data. The best part is that they don't require any programming skills or advanced knowledge of Excel. There are many use cases for Excel slicers. You can use them to filter data by specific values, get aggregated information, create pivot tables and charts, compare different groups of data, and more.

Kelly Jackson
@Kelly.Jackson · Updated 11 May. 2022

Slicers in Excel are a great way to filter large data sets in Excel. They can be used to filter out data from one or more columns, rows, or sheets and have a variety of different functions. The first and the most basic function is filtering by value. The slicer will allow you to select a value from the list of values and only show the records that match that value. The second function is filtering by text. This allows you to type in keywords that you are looking for and highlight all records that contain those keywords in any column within the selected range of cells.

Rachael Davis
@Rachael.Davis · Updated 11 May. 2022

Excel slicers are a powerful tool that allows you to filter and slice data in any way you want. You can use them to filter, group, and summarise your data in a visual way. Slicers are available for PivotTables, PivotCharts, and Sparklines. You can also use slicers with pivot tables and pivot charts as an alternative to sorting your spreadsheet by hand.

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