Who Is Considered The Father Of Pivot Tables? – Excel Challenges

Hi Again! Excel TV is back with new Excel Challenge. Excel MV Jordan Goldmeier brings new challenge and before to going for it, let us have a look at the previous week’s challenge.

Last Week’s Challenge

You can create in-cell Sparklines using the REPT formula and the “pipe” | symbol. There are two commonly used fonts in this trick that will make the bar look filled in and complete. So, Excel author Jordan asked us to name one of those fonts. Have you answered it?

Correct Answer From Last Week’s Challenge

The correct answer is below,

  • Playbill
  • Stencil
  • Britannic Bold
  • Haettenschweiler

Winner is “Aravally”. Congratulations Aravally! Well Done! Jordan will contact you through Excel TV website to let you know how to claim your prize.

Who Is Considered The Father Of Pivot Tables?

This week’s challenge is “Who is considered as ‘father’ of Pivot Tables”. That’s an interesting question from Jordan. Hurry up and keep answering this challenge to win copy of Excel MVP Oz’s book.


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