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Lesson 1-9 from: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills (0 Video Lessons)
Add totals using Quick Analysis
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Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills
Session: Session 1: Tables and Ranges
Lesson: Lesson 1-9 Add totals using Quick Analysis Excel Quick Analysis. Thumbnail from Excel 2016 Expert Skills Lesson 1-9 Add totals using Quick Analysis.

This video lesson shows how to use the Quick Analysis feature, which is new in Excel 2016. Quick Analysis allows you to quickly apply formatting and create charts, totals, tables and sparklines. In this lesson you'll use Quick Analysis to very quickly apply both a total row and a total column to a table of data. You'll also see how you can quickly create averages using Quick Analysis and learn about the other options offered by this feature.