Frommer's England 2010 by Darwin Porter, Danforth Prince

By Darwin Porter, Danforth Prince

Thoroughly up-to-date each year (unlike many of the competition), Frommer's England 2010 gains attractive colour images and maps, a removable foldout map of London, and information on all the country's most sensible towns, villages, gardens, nation-state locations, and extra.

Frommer's England 2009 info the easiest total trip reports, from pub crawls to old procuring to theater-going; the simplest of literary England (Stratford-upon-Avon, Jane Austen state, and more); the easiest old and Roman websites, together with Roman baths and "Hadrian's Wall"; the easiest museums and galleries, from the Tate glossy to the nationwide Museum of Wales; and the easiest inns and eating places in all fee different types. you are going to additionally locate over one hundred thirty pages dedicated to the simplest of London, together with the simplest close by using excursions and day journeys by way of educate.

it is all performed with the trademark Frommer's realization to type, accuracy, and aspect, together with up-to-date addresses and certain costs. learn an in-depth consultant to England's paintings and structure, and get the newest trip-planning recommendation on every thing from discount airfares to rail passes.

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In Chapter 10, you learn how to create a PivotChart. However, if you just need a simple chart, or if you want to avoid the limitations that are inherent with a PivotChart, you can create a regular chart using the PivotTable data, as you learn in this section. a PivotTable, you must first copy the PivotTable data that you want to graph, and then paste the values into another part of the worksheet. You can then build your chart using this copied data. In this case, you run through the various steps provided by the Chart Wizard to specify the chart type, chart options, and chart location.

When you drill down into a specific data value in a PivotTable, Excel returns to the source data, extracts the records that comprise the data value, and then displays the records in a new worksheet. For a PivotTable based on a range or list, this extraction takes but a second or two, depending on how many records there are in the source data. This section shows you how easy it is to drill down into your PivotTable data. In fact, it is so easy and so useful that many people find themselves frequently drilling down to peek behind the data.

Another option is Fields Section Only, which hides the Areas Section. This is useful if you add fields to the PivotTable by right-clicking the field name and then clicking the area to which you want the field added. In this case, hiding the Areas Section gives you more room to display fields. A third option is Areas Section Only (2 by 2), which hides the Fields Section. This option is useful if you have finished adding fields to the PivotTable and you want to concentrate on moving fields between the areas and filtering the fields (see Chapter 4).

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