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Using dynamic ranges in pivot tables in Excel

Dynamic ranges are an incredibly powerful way to use Microsoft Excel. They allow flexibility in data management and processing and do not require a PhD to use! Bespoke reporting often uses pivot tables, but you can turn that bespoke report into something more standard by using a dynamic range to increase efficiency and reduce errors. My video below explains how to do it.

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